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Prescott, AZ 86302

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YCDP Monthly Meeting

January 9, 2020  Meeting 
5:30 -8:00
Prescott Adult Center , 1280 Rosser St. Prescott, AZ 86301
Theme - Peace

Special: Prescott Indivisible will be our partner's for this months meeting!

Don't miss this one!

This month's theme is Peace.  Speakers Gabriel Gutiérrez, pastor de la Iglesia La Viña in Prescott Valley, former US Senate Candidate and activist Deedra Hill Abboud and Rabbi Julie Kozlow from the Temple B’rith Shalom will address this issue.

Performance by The Justice Choir - Singers for Change.

Deedra Abboud is an attorney, author, entrepreneur, world traveler, and expert on the art and science of finding solutions, not fault – at work, at home, and in the community. She serves as an enlightening resource on how to approach every challenge, problem, and trial with a collective “How can we resolve this and move forward?” mentality through inspiring keynotes, interactive seminars, instructional videos and blogs. 

Rabbi Julie Koslow was ordained as a rabbi in 2007 at the Academy for Jewish Religion California in Los Angeles. Prior to that, she graduated magna cum laude from American Jewish University in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in Judaic studies. In addition, she holds two master’s degrees in rabbinic studies, one from the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies, and the second from the AJRC. 
She is currently Rabbi of Temple B’rith Shalom in Prescott, AZ.

Gabriel Gutierrez is pastor of Iglesia La Viña in Prescott Valley

Judy Stahl - Candidate for Arizona Legislative District 1

A Prescott resident since 1992, Judy is a business owner, educator, mother, and engaged citizen. She has been a hands-on healthcare professional for decades, including five years working with pediatric oncology patients. Judy owns the Prescott Center for Massage Therapy and provides continuing education to professional massage therapists nationally.

Judy was a prime mover in the campaign to create Arizona state licensure for the massage therapy profession. She is a breast cancer survivor, an athlete, and a strong supporter of theatre and the Arts. Judy is prepared to bring all of her skills, abilities, resolve, and patience to represent ALL of the residents of LD1 in the Arizona House.