Calling all Walkers!
Judge Alice Lightle welcomes your company and needs your support to tell the people of Little Rock about her campaign for District Judge, Position 1. She has begun walking already, knocking on doors and getting a great reception from voters, but the more people we can have knocking on doors distributing literature, the more people will know why she is running for this position. They will understand her broad experience practicing law, and will be sure, after meeting her, that she's the best candidate to represent the people of Little Rock as District Judge in the Criminal Courtroom. Our city deserves to be represented by judges who are fair, reasonable and respectful to all people. Judge Lightle has proven her ability to make sound decisions and has earned the respect of those who have entered her courtroom. Therefore, we need her to stay on the bench, and we need your help to keep her there!
Can you volunteer a few hours of your time Saturday afternoon to walk with Judge Lightle? Here is when she will be walking:
Saturday, March 15
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
To meet her goals of knocking on several hundred doors, we'll need at least 8 volunteers to walk with Judge Lightle.
Volunteer walkers will meet in the parking lot at Kavanaugh and Spruce (beside the building that houses Acadia Restaurant) at 1:45 p.m.
Please let me know if you are willing or able to help Judge Lightle for a few hours this weekend. If this weekend does not work for your schedule, Judge Lightle will be walking in different parts of town every weekend between now and Election Day, May 20th.
Need Training: For our readers in Northeast Arkansas, here's a announcement about applications that are now being accepted for the Leadership in Advocacy and Planning (LEAP) training in the Memphis region. The LEAP training is designed to enhance the leadership abilities of people who are living with HIV/ AIDS and would like to be better equipped to participate in the various opportunities for community planning of HIV services. Conceived, developed, and directed by people living with HIV and AIDS, the LEAP training is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) through a cooperative agreement with the Academy for Educational Development (AED). This two and a half day training will be held May 6-8, 2008 at Memphis Inter-FaithAssociation (MIFA) at 910 Vance Avenue. Any interested individuals from Shelby, Tipton, Fayette (TN), Desoto, Marshall, Tate, Tunica (MS) and Crittenden (AR) counties are encouraged to apply. If you or anyone you know are interested in participating in LEAP, please fill out the attached application or contact:
Scott Thompson at 202-884-8895
Applications for the Memphis, TN LEAP training to be held at the MetropolitanInter-Faith Association (MIFA) are due by April 18. Application to LEAP does not guarantee participation because space is limited. You will be notified after your application has been received and it has been reviewed. Please mail, fax, or email completed application forms to: Scott Thompson Academy for Educational Development 1825 Connecticut Avenue, NWWashington, D.C. 20009Fax: 202-884-8474 Email: email@example.com