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Sacred Sistahs To Hold Annual Walk-A-Thon Nov. 21

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Sacred Sistahs, Inc. will hold its 2nd Annual Walk-A-Thon on Saturday, November 21, 2009 at Redhill Community Park in Rancho Cucamonga, CA located at 7484 Vineyard Avenue.

Participants will meet at the picnic area beginning at 8:00 a.m. and begin the 5-Kilometer walk at 8:30 a.m. The theme for this year’s walk is “Getting Fit for Fall”. This year’s walk precedes Thanksgiving in an effort to get a head start on walking off some calories. All proceeds from this event will benefit designated schools in Ghana, West Africa.

The $25 donation fee will include a t-shirt. For more information about the walk, please call us at (909) 910-7564, or go to the following website to register http://www.sacredsistahsinc.org/newsevents.html. Sacred Sistahs also held another cycle of its rites of passage program this summer at the Claremont College’s Office of Black Student Affairs. Each participant received certificates of participation for attending the weekend retreat sessions held on Saturday, August 8, 2009 to Sunday, August 9, 2009. Lessons and activities focused on the contributions of African American and African women to the world, history, spiritual and moral development, self concept and relationships with others, leadership development, academic excellence, college preparation, career planning, financial literacy, and fitness, health and nutrition.

This year the girls received a special treat by having received a dance lesson from Kim Gadlin, Office of Black Student Affairs Coordinator of Student Leadership Programs, as well as lessons conducted by members Tonia Causey-Bush, Jenise Earl-Bush and Akua Maat, and volunteers from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Eta Nu Omega Chapter.

Sacred Sistahs, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to empower, serve, and improve the overall health, well-being, spirit, and vitality of African and African American women and children. Our motto is sisters in solidarity teaching and healing our spirit through prayer, empowerment, affirmation, and knowledge.

Sacred Sistahs seeks to improve the overall self concept of women and children so that they will become productive and fully functioning members of world living their best lives and prepared to give the world, and us, their best. For more information on how you can support Sacred Sistahs, Inc. and our programs, please visit our website at www. sacredsistahsinc.org, or contact Dr. Tonia Causey-Bush at (909) 910-7564.

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