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When:   November 10, 2010 4:00pm-6:00pm
Where:   Bushnell in Hartford
Type:   Meeting

Please join the Connecticut Association for Human Services (CAHS) to celebrate our Centennial on November 10, from 4-6 p.m. at The Bushnell in Hartford with a lively,  thought-provoking forum about what all of us can do to reduce poverty and create opportunity for all in Connecticut.   This informative discussion will feature Newark Mayor Cory Booker and Yale Professor and author Jacob Hacker, with Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra, ECSU President Elsa Nunez, and Peter Hurst, President of The Communitys Bank. Stephanie Robinson, founder of The Jamestown Project and a commentator on the Tom Joyner radio show, will moderate.

We are offering limited free admission to the forum only for
students and low-income residents.
For more information on free admission to the Forum please call:
Lois  Taylor at (860) 951-2212, Ext. 229 or Robin Hudson (860) 951-2212 Ext. 225.

Tickets for the forum are $25 per person and can be purchased by visiting: <> .

A reception honoring Bill Cibes and founders of todays CAHS will follow.  Tickets are $100.

If you prefer to pay by check, we must receive payment by Friday, November 5.
Send your check to:
CAHS, 100th
110 Bartholomew Ave, Suite 4030
Hartford, CT   06106
Please include the names and email addresses of those attending.

Additional Info/Contact:
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