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Community Discussion on Hope vs Despair in Difficult Times.

A Vancouver East End Community Aware
Forum for discussion of community concerns

~ Hope vs Despair ~

Tuesday February 5th and February 12
7:00 to 9:00 pm
Mosaic Settlement House:
1720 Grant Street east off Commercial Drive
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Charge at the door: $5

In these challenging times we ask ourselves these questions:

How are HOPE and DESPAIR alike?

Where do you find HOPE in midst of DESPAIR?

What do we do when we cannot feel HOPEFUL?

Community Aware has served the Vancouver Commercial Drive neighborhood and beyond since 1999. Bruce Alexander is author of The Globalization of Addiction (Oxford Univ. Press). Barry Morris is a United Church Minister at Longhouse Ministry in Vancouver. Terry Patten is a retired business administrator.

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