Event to build awareness of slavery

I wanted to let people know about an event I am coordinating called Pie for Freedom on Nov. 3 at 7:00 at Clearwater Community Baptist Church

Editor, The Times:

I just wanted to let people know about an event I am coordinating called Pie for Freedom. It will be happening on Nov. 3 at 7:00 at the Clearwater Community Baptist Church.

It will be an awareness event concerning modern day slavery, and how we can help free men women and children in slavery all over the world. We will have live music, drama and a 30-minute documentary. Proceeds from a silent pie auction will go to International Justice Mission, an organization that frees slaves around the world.

For more information, call me at 250-676-9574 or email vmoilliet(at)live.ca

Vienna H.M. Moilliet

Vavenby, B.C.

 

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