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Tuesday Morning Breakfast Forum
Lecture | Seminar
Date: September 11, 2012
Time: 8:30 am

Location: Show map
West Charlotte Recreation Center
2222 Kendall Drive
Charlotte, NC 28216

Contact: Steve Johnson
Email: sjohnston@tueforumclt.org

The Forum shares with all present "information of importance to the African American community in particular and the rest of Charlotte in general." Come in, have a cup of coffee and make yourself comfortable. Look around. Among those around you on any given day will be wage earners and business owners; civic activists and nonprofit executives; and a variety elected officials of this community -- judges and members of Charlotte City Council, the county commission, school board and state legislature.

The Forum begins at 8:30 a.m. Doors open at 8 a.m. Coffee is available. After the speaker's address, a question-and-answer session follows. At roughly 9:45 the presider calls for announcements. The speaker for the next Forum is often the first announcement. Thereafter, anyone present may present information about community events or milestones.

For upcoming events and guest speakers: www.tueforumclt.org




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