Thursday, December 13, 2007

Special Presentation Tonight at the Bahá'í Center

PART OF INTERFAITH AWARENESS WEEK
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From: Dennis Jenkyns, Bahá'í Center

Great News!

Lucia Nunez, Director of the City's Department of Civil Rights will be
attending tonight's Unity Feast at the Bahá'í Center. In her email response
she said, "I'm thrilled to be stepping in for the Mayor." Ms. Nunez will be
accepting a special bronze on walnut plaque prepared for the event by the
World Religion Day organization in Phoenix, AZ. Regrettably, Mayor
Cieslewicz was not available, however I firmly believe that God's has was at
work in providing us Lucia Nunez.

Ms. Nunez is widely known throughout the region. When I spoke with the
editor of the Madison Times Newspaper, I learned that he is a long time
friend of Ms. Nunez. He is attending the event and will be writing a feature
article. A similar response has been voiced by Jon Gramling, and the editor
of the Spanish language newspaper/radio station. All other medial outlets
notified accordingly, including the three affiliate television stations.

We hope you can find time in your busy schedule to attend. It would be
particularly nice to recognize John-Brian and Anne for their sterling
efforts.

With warm regards and appreciation for all of your hard work. God bless you
all.

Dennis

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Unity Feast

In support of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week, the Madison Area
Bahá'í Community is hosting a Unity Feast and open house. All are welcome
for a wonderful evening of music, uplifting readings from the world's major
religions, and an opportunity to learn more about the Bahá'í Faith.

There will be refreshments and socializing.

7 P.M.
324 W. Lakeside
Madison, WI



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