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When Will We Hear Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s Call to End Poverty? 1/18/09

The Huntington Interfaith Coalition for Affordable Housing Now (ICAHN), MICAH … A Campaign to End LI Poverty,

and LI Jobs with JusticeInvite You To:

When Will We Hear

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s

Call to End Poverty?


On Behalf of Long Island’s Working Poor People

Commemorating the 80th Birthday of

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the 200th Birthday of President Abraham Lincoln


7:00-9:00 PM

St. Matthew’s Church, 35 North Service Road, Dix Hills

Preacher: Fred Brewington, Esq. (invited)

Participating Choirs: Bethel AME St. Matthew
Gathering of Light St. Philip Neri
Gloria Dei Lutheran Sweet Hollow Presbyterian
Kehillath Shalom Synagogue Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
St. Hugh of Lincoln United Methodist Church, Huntington/Cold Spring Harbor

Admission: This is a Rock and Wrap It Up event. Please bring a can of non-perishable food or a monetary donation to support the work of the anti-poverty think tank Rock and Wrap It Up!

Directions to St. Matthew: From the west: take the LIE to Exit 51 (Rte 231-Deer Park Avenue.) Cross Deer Park Avenue and proceed straight ahead, staying on South Service Road. At the next light, make a left on to Carl’s Straight Path, crossing the LIE. Make an immediate left on to the North Service Road . The church is just ahead. From the east: take the LIE to Exit 53 (Commack Road and Sagtikos Pkwy) Stay on Service Road North, crossing Commack Road. The church is ahead about 2 miles on the right. From the north or south: take Rte 231 (Deer Park Avenue) or Commack Road to the LIE and follow directions above.

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