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HARC Monthly Meeting: The needs of our children

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HARC Monthly Meeting: The needs of our children

October 12, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

HARC’s October meeting will focus on the current needs of children and families in Washington County.  We will have a panel of leaders from organizations that work with children and the meeting forum will largely be geared to a question and answer forum.  We are delighted to have the following panelists:

Dana Pentoney, Coordinator of Student Services for Washington County Public Schools
Kathy Kerns, Director of the Washington County Judy Center
Jen Younker, Director of Bester Community of Hope
Tom Kline, Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Washington County

This meeting will be held outdoors at the South Pavilion in City Park, on City Park Drive near VA Ave (see map photo below).  Parking is available at the pavilion, but if you’re able-bodied please leave the spots right at the pavilion for those who need them.  You are welcome to bring a bagged lunch.  We also plan to live-stream this event on our Facebook page for those who aren’t able to attend in person.

Please sign up to attend so we know how many people to expect:

City Park Pavilion:

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HARC meetings are typically held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30 pm, except July and August, with an occasional evening meeting. When meeting in-person, the location typically rotates among different houses of faith, giving each member congregation an opportunity to host. If in-person meetings are deemed unsafe for our members, they are held on Zoom.

Details

Date:
October 12, 2021
Time:
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Venue

City Park
South Pavilion, City Park Drive
Hagerstown, MD 21740
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