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10am - Noon Wit, Wisdom, and Women
Facilitator: Dr. Daisy Nelson Century, Author and Actress 
Zoom Link available via CLJC Apostolic Buzz the morning of the event
March is National Women’s Month, and this year we pay tribute to courageous women who have either gone before us, or through their life experiences, have been role models from which we can fortify our own courage in the face of much adversity, with the help of God. Our facilitator, Dr. Daisy Nelson Century is an educator, author, and actress who portrays historical characters like the one selected for our day: Harriet Tubman, leader of the Underground Railroad, Abolitionist, and a woman fully committed to a cause, who let nothing, and no one deter her from her mission. The facilitator dresses like the character from that period and weaves their story into her own rendition of the experience. She engages the audience through every phase of the character’s life
2pm - 4pm Inter-Generational Table Topics
Let’s face it -- "adulting" can be a lot!! Relationships, career, finances, marriage, managing a household, maintaining your spirituality, self-care -- we all have stories to share, so let’s talk. Join the conversation and hear tales of success and failures from courageous women who have done it all. (Zoom not available)
7pm - 9pm Mothers Speak Candidly
  (2 Concurrent Sessions)
Facilitators:  Facilitators:  Ms. Joy Woods and Ms. Michele Abraham-Montgomery
Zoom Link available via CLJC Apostolic Buzz the morning of the event
In all honesty, have you ever felt alone with your parental challenges?  Being a parent can sometimes seem daunting.  This session is designed to support, inform, and share information and experiences with mothers and women of all ages who will relate to motherhood.  Parents will have an opportunity to speak candidly about anxiety, insecurities, sleepless nights, joys, pride, and balancing work with motherhood and family support.  (Note:  The workshop supporting parents of children with disabilities will be in Room 6)