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Women of Vision to Learn About Hannah House Ministry

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Women of Vision to Learn About Hannah House Ministry

by Public Relations Office

February 23, 2004

Cedarville, Ohio—On Monday, Mar. 1, the Miami Valley Ohio Chapter of Women of Vision (WOV) will welcome Selena Martin for an overview of the Hannah House ministry of Springfield. The presentation begins at 7 p.m. in Room 103 of the Apple Technology Resource Center on the Cedarville University campus. Hannah House provides temporary housing and an environment of love for mothers and babies in crisis situations. Hannah House also teaches basic living and parenting skills and offers career and education counseling. The director of Hannah House, Martin has 21 years of corporate management experience and specializes in working with at-risk and low-income youth and adults, the homeless, and married couples. She currently serves with the Springfield Clark County Housing Collaborative and the Ministry Leaders Forum. Previously, she had worked with several other area programs, including the Springfield and Clark County Juvenile Mentoring Team, the Jesus and Me Youth Program, and the Community Youth Services` on-the-job training program. The meeting is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Susan Warner at 937-766-7632 (office), 937-376-8271 (home), or warners@cedarville.edu. WOV is a volunteer program of World Vision, a Christian humanitarian organization. With 13 chapters in 11 states, WOV is committed to sharing God`s love by meeting the needs of poor women and children. The Miami Valley Ohio Chapter of WOV is a blended-age group, uniting female university students and various ages of community women in an effort to serve others. -30-