Tuesday, December 06, 2005
Lexington: a city of ONE
During the week on December 10th, cities all around the world will be declaring themselves a “City of ONE” illustrating their commitment to the fight against global AIDS and extreme poverty and urging everyone to recognize the devastating impact poverty and AIDS have around the world and take action to bring about change.
Mayor Teresa Isaac has proclaimed December 10th, 2005 as “City of ONE Day” in Lexington. Please join us to celebrate this achievement of this important international campaign.
Thursday, December 8th, 2005
The Dame, 156 West Main Street, Lexington
5:30 Program including the reading of the Proclamation and messages of support from area officials
6:00 Entertainment by local musicians
Light food will be served. Cash bar will be available.
For more information or to attend, please call Chantel McCormick at 859-685-1035 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ONE is a new effort by Americans to rally Americans – ONE by ONE – to fight the emergency of global AIDS and extreme poverty. ONE is students and ministers, punk rockers and NASCAR moms, Americans of all beliefs and persuasions, united as ONE to help make poverty history.
ONE is a broad movement of Americans from every state and walk of life —more than one million Americans have joined ONE since April 2005, and over 1.5 million have lent their voices to ONE by visiting ONE.org and signing the ONE Declaration. More than two million Americans are also wearing white bands as a show of support for ending extreme poverty and global AIDS. ONE is Americans spreading the word in churches, coffee shops, on television, college campuses and the Internet. Go to one.org to find out more.