Judge Glenda Hatchett Returns to Philadelphia with A Message of Peace on Civil Rights Activist Martin Luther King Birthday Weekend!
Please join Mothers In Charge (MIC) in welcoming Judge Glenda Hatchett for “A Message of Peace” Sunday, January 17, 2010 at 12:30 p.m. at Enon Tabernacle, 2800 West Cheltenham Ave. Admission for this incredible event is FREE, however seating reservations are required and should be made through the MIC office.
Judge Glenda Hatchett – nationally syndicated television personality and honored judge, bestselling author, children’s advocate and fellow mother has returned to the city of Philadelphia with her encouraging messages of peace. As the city embarks on a new year, our communities must unify to assist in seeing a decrease in the number of violent acts for the upcoming year. Judge Hatchett will kick this effort off during a symbolic weekend also recognizing Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and his unswerving messages of peace.
MIC is a non-profit family and community assistance organization providing support, advocacy and education on issues related to violence and its impact on the community. Many of whom have lost a loved one to violence, these women are impassioned mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and sisters committed every day in working towards the goal of saving lives.
For more information, press inquiries and to RSVP for this event, please contact the MIC office at 215-235-SAVE (7283) or you can register online at http://www.mothersincharge.org. To learn more about the services, activities and events of Mothers In Charge, please visit the website at www.mothersincharge.org. For more information on Judge Glenda Hatchett and her continued commitment to the safety and welfare of juveniles and families, please visit www.glendahatchett.com or www.judgehatchett.com.