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9. Professional tutoring service: Next Level Up
Do you have a son or daughter who struggled last year with a particular subject or class in school? Are you looking for a way to help prepare them for this school year? Do you want to help boost their confidence, hone their perspective, and strengthen their fundamentals?
NLU offers one-on-one tutoring either in your home (tutors are available in central and eastern Massachusetts) or at their West Boylston Learning Center. They also have math and writing workshops on their menu.
Interested in learning more? Contact: 781-540-1123 (direct line to the owner – Todd Blechner) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Cindy Clarkin, RI HOPE Chapter Sponsor
This dynamic ICC event is open to all families with school-age children and Professional Educators (home school, private, charter, and public in 1st through 12th grade and GAP year). Invite friends and family!
From Robert Aufiero, Volunteer Coordinator at Renew Massachusetts Coalition
We have again partnered with the Foundation for Applied Conservative Leadership (FACL) to conduct a campaign management school on October 12. Like our political leadership school, this training will help you become a stronger and more effective activist for your values, by teaching you the ins and outs of electoral campaigns.
Saturday, October 12, 2019
Registration: 8:30 – 9:00 a.m.
Class: 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Baptist Convention of New England, 87 Lincoln Street, Northborough
Student Discount Ticket Price: $25
Includes light breakfast, lunch, and training materials
The Campaign Management School is designed for:
(1) First-time candidates
(2) Elected officials who want to run better campaigns
(3) Volunteers, staff, and those who want to influence the public policy process
This will be an intense one-day course, similar, but different from, other one-day schools. The following will be covered:
If you can attend, please register as soon as possible, so we have an accurate head count:
Register HERE: https://www.faclevents.org/northborough-ma-1-day-12oct2019
From Michael King, Massachusetts Family Institute (MFI):
Thanks for your continued support of our shared mission to strengthen and protect the family, life, and liberty in Massachusetts!
We need your support for our shared mission. In addition to the Infanticide and Physician Assisted Suicide Bills, our legislators have already passed the Counseling Ban this year, that restricts the therapy speech of therapists. These therapists want to help minors feel comfortable in their male and female bodies and not succumb to the confusion so many young people face today about suggested variations of gender identity and sexual orientation. We will be announcing some great new developments soon regarding our current work on the Counseling Ban issue.
Join us for our 28th Annual Fundraising Banquet on Friday, October 18 at the Newton Marriott Hotel, with special guest John Stonestreet from the Colson Center and Breakpoint Radio. Half of tickets already sold! Hear about great victories this year for life and religious liberty! Hear about and meet a young teenage girl who started a Bible Club and WON FIRST PLACE last spring at PUBLIC SCHOOL TALENT SHOW when their club sang…a WORSHIP SONG!?
Cannot make it? Consider making an annual donation to support our shared mission to strengthen and protect the family in Massachusetts!
For more information on banquet: http://www.mafamily.org/event-items/28th-annual-fundraising-banquet-with-john-stonestreet/.
Director of Community Alliances
Massachusetts Family Institute
A local associate of Focus on the Family
(978) 204-9131 (cell)
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