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Clarion Call to Pray 2018 - Battle Against Addiction

Saturday, March 17 at 6 p.m.

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The Clarion Call to Pray “Battle Against Addiction” will be held Saturday, March 17 at 6 p.m. in the Midway Room at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. All are invited to attend, registration is free.

The Clarion Call Restoration Ministry will be hosting a prayer rally for the lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. Various organizations and officials are coming together on the Eastern Shore and uniting for prayer and awareness against the opioid addiction epidemic.

Join the battle cry in prayer, prevention and education, and find out more ways to make a difference. Hear personal testimonies from recovering addicts and family members of addicts that have suffered. This event will feature guest speaker Sheriff Joe Gamble of Talbot County, a local hero who has taken action in uniting community organizations toward the goal of eradicating the drug epidemic with the campaign "Talbot Goes Purple."

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I just wanted to tell you how nice everything was last Saturday for Megan and Brian’s reception. So many guests mentioned how delicious the food was, especially the crab cakes (please tell Chef Larry!). I have to tell you that the Civic Center staff was wonderful! Many guests commented how friendly and helpful they were! One staff person even brought out two bottles of cold water for Megan and Brian when they left to go on their honeymoon! That was so kind and unexpected! (They had a 1 ½ hour drive.) I even received a card in the mail yesterday from my Aunt and Uncle saying how nice the reception was and how friendly and helpful the Civic Center staff was!

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