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NYT Bestselling Author Father Gregory Boyle to speak in Flint area

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Presented by Young Life of Genesee County at Holiday Inn Gateway Center, Flint MI

May 09 2017
NYT Bestselling Author Father Gregory Boyle to speak in Flint area

Young Life of Genesee County is proud to present to the Genesee County community Jesuit Father Gregory Boyle, founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles. Homeboy traces its roots to 1988, when Father Boyle was the pastor of the poorest parish in the city in a neighborhood with the highest concentration of gang activity. He, his parish and community members first started trying to positively impact the lives of gang-involved teenagers through educational and employment

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ADMISSION INFO

Free fundraising dinner however rsvp is needed as seating is limited

Contact: 810.391.2189

Email: sfrownfelter@genco.younglife.org

LOCATION

Holiday Inn Gateway Center

5353 Gateway Centre, Flint, MI 48507

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