Ending the Cycle of Poverty Conference – Registration Now Open

SONY DSCDr. Donna M. Beegle is an inspirational speaker who has experienced first-hand the challenges and barriers of generational poverty. After growing up in poverty, Dr. Beegle found the courage to break the cycle. Today, she shares her inspiring story with people and organizations across the nation who are working to end the cycle poverty in their communities and beyond.

Join us for a day-long conference including a keynote and workshops to break down the barriers and build strategies for alleviating generational poverty in our communities.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014
11:30am – 5:00pm
Wenatchee Convention Center

The event is open to the public and highly recommended for service clubs planning to apply for a Be the Change grant at the Community Foundation.

Online registration required – $20 admission includes lunch. Click here to register.

Sponsored by: The City of Wenatchee Diversity Advisory Committee, Community Foundation of NCW, United Way of Chelan-Douglas Counties, and Together for a Drug Free Youth.

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