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first_imgIn recognition of Jamaica’s 56th Anniversary of Independence, the Consulate General of Jamaica in Miami will hold the annual Ecumenical Service on Sunday, August 5 at 4:00 p.m.  The Service will be held at the Cooper City Church of God located at 9191 Stirling Road, Cooper City, FL 33328.This year’s sermon will be delivered by the Reverend Karl Francis, Senior Pastor at the Living Word Open Bible Church in Cooper City.  The officiating clergyman will be Dr. Clyde Bailey, Executive Pastor at the Cooper City Church of God.This year, the cultural performances to precede the worship will include performances by the massed voice South Florida Caribbean Chorale, the Tallawah Mento Band and the Jamaica Folk Revue, and the Sierra Norwood Youth Voice Ensemble.Proceeds of offerings collected at the service will benefit charities in the South Florida community, and also respective charities in Jamaica.All Jamaicans and friends of the Diaspora are invited to join in worship at this special occasion of thanksgiving to commemorate yet another milestone in the nation’s history, since Jamaica gained its independence from Britain in 1962.last_img read more

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisOptions Pregnancy Center is gearing up for a weekend of fun and awareness. The non-profit organization, which focuses on helping families with unexpected pregnancies, will host a barn dance at AJ’s Berry Farm in Lachine Michigan to help benefit the center.Director, Emily Potter said volunteers will be on hand for and questions people may have.“We will have some resources available on site that people can take a look at and get to know about options a little bit better, and see what services we offer to the community. We have some volunteers as well who are faithful in their service. We really believe in making sure that people are equipped and educated and most of all encouraged when finding themselves unexpectedly pregnant. It can be a heavy burden but at the same time it can be a great joy. If you have the right resources available, and if you have the right support, you can overcome any obstacle,” Potter said.Potter adds that this is a great way for people to put a face with the name Options Pregnancy Center.“It’s always good to put a face to a name, and get a chance to interact with those people who are serving those who are need in our community. This is also to let people know about our newer programs that we’re going to be starting in the fall. This is continued ways that people can come together in the community and help continue to meet the needs of our clients in the area and also to just get the word out,” Potter said.May is also National Teen Pregnancy Month. Once again all proceeds will be donated to continue the growth of the ministry of helping young men and women facing unexpected pregnancies in the Alpena area. Options Pregnancy Center is located on 526 West Chisholm.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Barn Dance, Dance for Life, Options Pregnancy CenterContinue ReadingPrevious 6th Graders of Thunder Bay Junior High Travel to Lafarge for an Educational TripNext MSP Alpena Post Recruiting Men and Women for the Law Enforcement Teamlast_img read more