Press for Success promoting youth education and success


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Posted Online: Feb. 12, 2013, 3:40 pm
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Press release submitted by QC Unity Group



Join us for a power packed weekend dedicated to youth education, success, talents and fun!

United Now to Ignite Today's Youth (U.N.I.T.Y.) presents...
First Annual Youth Educational Conference
"Press for Success"
March 1-2, 2013 held in the Quad City area


Friday, March 1st, 7-10pm at Beyond the Baseline (1540 West 12th St, Davenport, Iowa)
Youth Fun Night
Basketball, Volleyball, Games, Music and Concessions Sold


Saturday, March 2nd, 9:30am-2pm at Western Illinois University (3300 River Dr, Moline, Illinois)
Youth Education Day
Seminars, Career Networking Session, Young Professional Panel and Free Breakfast/Lunch Served.


Saturday, March 2nd, 6:30pm at Pentecostal Church of God (1234 Ripley St, Davenport, Iowa)
Kierra Sheard and Bold Right Life Presents...
BRL Quad Cities Kick-Off Musical
Introducing BRL QC Choir and Dance (Promoting Youth Talents in the QC area)
Special Guests Include: BRL Chicago Choir, Chris Searcy, Nue Breed and YouthHope M.A.D. Skills


ALL EVENTS FREE ADMISSION
ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST REGISTER FOR YOUTH EDUCATION DAY
SEE BROCHURE ATTACHED- RSVP/CONSENT FORM INCLUDED


For More Event Information: (563) 508-3397; qcunity@gmail.com; Find us on Facebook QC Unity Youth-Group
For More BRL Information: www.boldrightlife.com; Find us on Facebook BRL Quad Cities

















 




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