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accommodate,feed and educate

 

MCCA PROVIDES A VOICE FOR OUR CHILDREN.

16th Annual BREAK THE SILENCE ON VIOLENCE Conference

16th annual children’s first breakfast

 

16th Annual BREAK THE SILENCE ON VIOLENCE Conference

Save the Date! Keynote Speaker: Mildred D. Muhammad, Author, Speaker, Domestic Violence Advocate, Ex-Wife of Washington, D.C. Sniper, John A. Muhammad. October 14, 2016. College of Central Florida Klein Conference Center. Sponsorships available. Call for more information: (352) 438-5990. Registration opens Monday, August 1, 2016. Register online @ Eventbrite, http://16thannualbtsconference.eventbrite.com

16th Annual Children’s First Breakfast. Thursday, November 10, 2016. 7:30 a.m.- 9:00 a.m.  Being held at the College of Central Florida, Klein Center. The topic is Dreaming Big and Achieving Goals. Keynote speaker is Marc Mero, former WWE wrestling champion. He presents inspiring messages about making positive choices and to Dream Big and Achieve goals. Sell out event for over 10 years! Individual tickets costs $15.00, Corporate tables are $150.00. Tickets are available August 1 on Eventbrite or by calling (352) 438-5990 or (352) 369-2315. Your time invested in the 16th Annual Children’s First Breakfast will not only encourage you, but be a way for you to show your support for children’s issues in Marion County. We are seeking community and business sponsors.

5th annual night of hope

know the law

SADD Clubs

5th Annual Night of Hope with Keynote Speaker Interim Sheriff Emery A. Gainey. Honoring victims and survivors of Domestic Violence. Dinner, music, survivor testimonies and vendors. General admission is $25 per person. Additional sposnorship opportunities available. September 29, 2016 at the College of Central Florida Klein Conference Center from 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. Contact Patricia at (352) 438-5990. To purchase tickets or sponsorships, go to http://5thAnnualNightofHope.eventbrite.com

 

The “Know the Law” program was designed to provide youth and parents a guide to better understand the laws. The presentation takes approximately one hour depending on the interaction and dialogue that takes place. Each participant will receive a FREE copy of “Know the Law” guide for further dialogue at home.

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SADD CLUBS (Students Against Destructive Decisions) continue with the theme exploring their Natural High. This theme encourages teens to explore Natural Experiences like Music, Dance, Volunteering, Sports as opposed to taking drugs and alcohol.

Our latest project at Fort McCoy where students created care packages for the areas homeless.

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