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Early intervention helps children

From the office of the League of Women Voters:

Ever wonder what you can do to help the children of our community become more productive citizens?  There are alternatives being used to help our youth.  Find out how early intervention is making a difference for the "youth at risk" in Calcasieu Parish, when  the League of WoMen Voters presents, Dane Bolin, Director of Calcasieu Parish Office of Juvenile Justice Services at noon, Friday, April 24, 2009 at Reeves Uptown Catering, located at 1639 Ryan Street.

The League sponsors forums to educate the community on issues and candidates, but we also want good elected officials, so if you or anyone you know is interested in running for public office or involved in campaigns we urge you to attend.

Registration and networking will take place just prior to the meeting.  Membership applications are available at the registration desk or at www.lwv-lc.org<http://www.lwv-lc.org/>  The public is invited and encouraged to attend.  The cost is $15. for members, $18. for non-members.

To insure seating, please make your reservation, by emailing President, Kay Andrews at kayandrewslwv@yahoo.com<mailto:kayandrewslwv@yahoo.com>  or calling 474.1864.

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