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Join the community tonight to take action against violence on the Southeast side!

Come out Thursday night to Gerald R. Ford Middle School at 851 Madison Avenue starting at 5 p.m. to take action against the recent rash of violence on the Southeast Side of Grand Rapids.

/Courtesy of LINC Community Revitalization, Inc.

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/Courtesy of LINC Community Revitalization, Inc.

/Courtesy of LINC Community Revitalization, Inc.

Have you been a victim of VIOLENCE?
Do you see violence in your COMMUNITY?
Do you have IDEAS on how to stop it?

You are not alone.

If you want to stop the violence, and believe we can, here is an opportunity to join your community to start the change. Help come up with solutions to the plague of violence that has been ravaging our neighborhoods. Let's pledge, as a community and as individuals, to stand strong in the face of chaos and come up with ways to combat violence in our neighborhoods TODAY.

February 7th, 2013
G.R. Ford Middle School
851 Madison Avenue SE

This is a community problem, and we need a community solution. We need every voice, heart, and hand—we need YOU.

It's time to LINC Up & Engage. Join STOP IT: A Grand Rapids Community Involvement Initiative today.  

Contact LINC at 616.451.9140 or email [email protected] for more information. Please call if you need transportation.

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