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      Sanctuary Camp Community Awareness Forum in Santa Cruz

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      October 10, 2013

      Thursday   7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

      415 Walnut Ave
      Santa Cruz, California 95060

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      Sanctuary Camp Community Awareness Forum

      Come learn about how Sanctuary Camps have been successful around the country and what an effective camp would look like in Santa Cruz.

      After gathering more than 1,000 signatures from Santa Cruz residents and spending months researching, conducting open meetings, talking with community leaders and homeless folks alike, Brent Adams and Stacey Falls are ready to share their Proposal and Business Plan for the creation of Santa Cruz Sanctuary Camp. They will be offering a presentation of their project to establish a 25-50 Pilot Camp in Santa Cruz County in the next few months.  A successful camp such as this will require the awareness and support of the community at large. We hope that you will join us for this important conversation. 

        Hosted by Stacey Falls, Teacher Santa Cruz High School

       Dr. Paul Lee, author and activist, founder Homeless Garden Project

       Micah Posner, City Councilperson

       Art Edwards, President of Hangtown Haven Inc. (Sanctuary Camp in Placerville)

       Sarah Leonard, Executive Director Mental Health Community Action Network (MHCAN)

       Robert B., A story of addiction and recovery

       Brent Adams, Sanctuary Camp Presentation

       With Wireless Lovebird on piano at the beginning and end

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