CCFCA Breaking the Chain Against Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault Outreach Ministry is hosting a free Men and Women Empowerment luncheon, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, at the Douglass Community Center, 1185 Pennsylvania Ave., Southern Pines.

This lunch is to strategize solutions to end domestic violence, human trafficking and sexual assault in the community and state of North Carolina.

Panelists will be: the Rev. E. J. Riddick, pastor of New Beginning Family  Worship Center in Raleigh (keynote  speaker; Maria Campbell, education navigator for Sandhills Community College; Tammy Schrenker, director of Moore County Department of Health and Human Services; Debbie Rich, psychologist; the Rev. Patrica Mcmillian; Tawanna Bennett, Montgomery County  District 2 commissioner candidate; Pandora Dumas, Montgomery County Board of Education  candidate; Aberdeen Mayor Robert Farrell; Minister Maria Baker; Milton Ellerbe, CEO of The  M.Eby Greenhouse LLC; Kym Nixon, CEO of Changing Destinies; Overseer Virginia King, of Jesus is Lord Church;  Arthur Mason, owner of Mason CDVR Company; Sharon Armstrong, director of Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center of Scotland  County; Carmen Watts, owner of Blended Blessings Thrift Shop; Jacquelyn Covington, licensed clinical addiction specialist at The M.E Greenhouse LLC;  Paula Price, of Blended Blessings Thrift Shop; and Moore  County  Commissioner  Louis Gregory. 

CCFCA Breaking the Chain Outreach Ministry is a nonpartisan, nonprofit Outreach Ministry whose mission is to create safe environments for victims of Domestic Violence,Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault in State of North Carolina.  To RSVP seats, call (910) 474-2589.

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