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Food For Fines – April 1-30, 2016 – Cleveland Public Library

April is Food for Fines month at the Cleveland Public Library. If you owe fines to the CPL, here’s an opportunity to pay your fines and help alleviate hunger in our community. See the attached link for more details. Food For Fines – April 1-30 “We will forgive $1.00 in overdue fines for every non-expired, […]

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Sista Saturday Movie Event – WAR ROOM

The Providence Women’s Ministry is hosting a WAR ROOM movie event. Join the women of Providence – Saturday, February 6, 2016.  Doors open at 8:30 AM. The morning will start off with breakfast, followed by movie, and discussion. If you’ve never been to a Sista Saturday event then you’re in for a treat. Women of […]

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month…Ladies if U haven’t already – WOMAN up and get a mammogram!!!

According to the Susan G. Komen website   Ending Breast Cancer Disparities to Achieve Health Equity for All – Breast cancer disparities for African-American women are startling.  In 2011, with most recent data available, breast cancer mortality was 44 percent higher for African-American women in the U.S. than Caucasian women. And, African-American women are often […]

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Calling ALL Youth…

Straight from Councilman Zack Reed’s office please see the attached flyer. Councilman Reed is encouraging any and every one to attend but he would especially like to invite youth to attend this worthy discussion. Please forward this information to anyone you think may benefit from this information and event. We look forward to seeing you […]

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Solutions for Gun Violence in Our City

On Tuesday, October 13, 2015 Councilman Zack Reed in Collaboration with Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation, and Mt. Pleasant Our Space3 Advisory Committee presents Solutions for Gun Violence in Our City | a post forum discussion that will be held 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM @ John Adams High School, 3817 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, […]

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Air Bag Recall- Please Take Action Today

In 2015 we are in the midst of a very terrible and life threatening consumer recall. Air bags have been a tremendous safety feature of automobiles for over two decades. The number of lives that have been saved from life threatening collisions number in the tens of thousands. Sensors in our vehicles detect catastrophic collisions […]

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2015 Church Picnic- Volunteers Needed

The Providence Baptist Church annual picnic is a wonderful tradition that welcomes members of our congregation, family and friends and the communities that we serve. In addition to a great menu, there are numerous fun activities including an opportunity to submerge Providence leaders in a dunking pool. A group of dedicated volunteers has been working […]

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Pardon Our Dust

Well, it was bound to happen. In July 2015 Providence Baptist Church joined the ranks of the ‘digitally violated’ when our website went down because of Malware that infected our software. Malware is a class of software that is used to launch attacks from websites and software that has been compromised. Unfortunately, we were down […]

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African Children’s Choir Redux

Hey there Providence! Do you remember the visit we had with the African Children’s Choir from Uganda ‘This Winter?’ As a refresher…. Brother Jerry Thomas arranged for our church to be blessed by a visit by a choir of African children from Uganda who tour the United States each year. A number of Providence families […]

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Let’s Go H20

According to the Institute of Medicine, most women and men need about 9 and 13 cups of fluids per day, respectively, to stay well hydrated. If we are drinking from 20 oz bottles, that would be just under 4 bottles for women and about 5 for men. The rest of the water that we need […]

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