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Masterminds, Think Tanks, Classrooms Starts on July 18, 2017, 7:00-8:30 p.m. (CST)



Masterminds, Think Tanks, Classrooms

Growing our own foods will be a GAME CHANGER for the black community. We got this!

Join us for our FIRST monthly "Virtual Organic Garden Clubs" (www.VirtualOrganicGardenClubs.com) Movement teleconference call. We will hold MONTHLY teleconference calls (max 100 participants on phones) every 3rd Tuesday, starting on July 18, 2017, 7:00-8:30 p.m. (CST). Call (515) 739-1038, Pin Code: 243460. New playback number is (605) 468-8081.

These calls are Masterminds, Think Tanks, and Classrooms. We want to hear from you to see how we can help you set up job and business opportunities around growing food in your city and of course we would love to hear your story on how you got started yourself. There is power in your own story!

Feel free to reach out to me anytime at (512) 909-7365 or email: cathy@cathyharrisinternational.com. Cathy Harris, Website: www.CathyHarrisInternational.com.

Check out our two ongoing campaigns or movements at “The Essential Women’s Movement for African American Women” at www.EssentialMentors.com and “Virtual Organic Garden Clubs” Movement at www.VirtualOrganicGardenClubs.com

Also check out “The Beauty and Barber Shop or Storefront Initiative” at
https://cathyharrisinternational.com/the-beauty-and-barber-shop-or-storefront-initiative/ to move your business to the next level. Print out the press release and give it to beauty and barber shops or storefront owners so they will allow you to set up a table and chairs in their businesses to gain clients and customers. It’s a win – win for everyone.

YouTube.com – Beauty and Barber Shop Initiative
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3QRtFUV7oM&t=80s




Read These Blog Posts and Get Ready 
To Grow Your Foods


My First Garden Journey – How I Built A Raised Bed Garden – Cathy Harris



How To Use Pots and Containers 
To Grow Foods




10 Steps To Growing Your Own Foods




What You Need To Know About 
Roadside Vendors Today




  “The Beauty and Barber Shop (or Storefront) Initiative”






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