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July WIN Luncheon

Tuesday, July 28, 2015
River Hills Club
11:30 a.m. - registration; 12:00 Noon - Program begins

The GJCP is pleased to announce that our July 2015 WIN meeting will feature guest speaker Senator David Blount.  Senator Blount is Chairman of the Senate Public Property Committee and seves as Vice Chairman of the Senate Elections Committee and as a member of the Appropriations Committee, just to name a few.  David has been recognized as one of Mississippi's top young business leaders; he is a licensed real estate broker specializing in commercial real estate in the Jackson area.  David is an 8th generation Mississippian, and he and hsi wife Katie have two children, Susanna (16) and Charley (14).  They are active in their church, neighborhood and community.  David will talk to the WIN group about the issues facing the Legislature, downtown development, and will also reserve sufficient time at the end to answer questions.

WIN is a professional network group that advocates and encourages women to take advantage of the many opportunities available to today's professional woman.  The cost to attend WIN is $18.00.

Reservations are required and must be received two days prior to the event.  If you would like to attend the July 28th WIN meeting, please email Debi Green at  We look forward to seeing you there!


Family Literacy Boot Camps

Alignment Jackson's Pre-K and Elementary teams are hosting Family Literacy Boot Camps on July 11th and 18th to provide opportunities for families and their students to build and enrich their literacy skills.  The Family Literacy Boot Camps are designed to explore the four core competencies in literacy:  (1) functional literacy (learning to read, write, speak and listen); (2) content area literacy (reading, writing, speaking and listening to demonstrate content area learning; (3) technological literacy (using reading, writing, speaking and listening in multimedia venues to create products and demonstrate learning); and (4) innovative literacy (reading, writing, speaking, and listening to do or solve something complex, invent something unique or produce something innovative).  Each of the four literacies is critical to the overall development of our students and their ability to access and process information at an accelerated rate in an ever-changing world.

We would like to provide attendees with gift cards, gas cards, restaurant vouchers, etc.  So, if you would like to make a donation please contact Anthony Johnson, Executive Director of Alignment Jackson at 601-965-1353 or

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