CCFCA Breaking the Chain Outreach Ministry’s Men and Women Empowerment Luncheon held Saturday February 20, 2020 at the Douglas Center in Southern Pines, NC successful participation by panelists experts who explored strategies to help end domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking in communities and the State of NC encouraged CCFCA BTC to continue Phase ll of outreaching in churches, with educational institutions, social services department, etc. educating and ensuring victims to have confident and hope that there is refuge, services and protection. Panelists was, Marie Baker, Moore County Deputy Clerk, Pastor Patricia McMillian, Southern Pines Police Captain Charles Campbell, Moore County Director of Social Services Tammy Schenker, Businessman Alex McAllister, Sandhill Community College Educational Navigator Marie Campbell, Tawanda Bennett, Aberdeen Mayor Robert Farrell, Dr. Kathy Cummings, Keynote Speaker Overseer E.J. Riddick, Pastor of New Beginnings Family Worship , Raleigh, NC, Steve Bibey Candidate for Hoke and Moore Counties Judge, Kym Nixon, CEO of Changing Destinies Ministry, Milton Ellerbe of M.E. Greenhouse LLC, Southern Pines, NC.
Phase ll of CCFCA Breaking the Chain Outreaching Ministry’s next program will be CCFCA Breaking the Chain Annual Awards Presentation Men and Women Empowerment Dinner Fundraiser, Saturday September 26, 2020 at the Hampton Inn Suites Banquet Hall in Aberdeen, NC from 4pm – 10pm. Keynote Speaker for this event is expected to be Rev. Dr. Bernice King, daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Special Guest, motivator Destiny’s Secret Soul Poet, Denise Baskerville and others who are expected to confirm. The program will Award recipients who have made a positive impact on the quality of lives for victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking . The MLK Jr., Ronald Reagan and CCFCA Breaking the Chain Awards will be presented to selected recipients. Formal attire required. For Businesses there will be souvenir journal ads available . Tickets are $75.00 in advance, $85.00 at door and will go on sale April 2, 2020. For tickets or souvenir journal ads call (910) 474-2589.