Juneteenth Freedom Fair

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Saturday, June 18, from 11:00am to 3:00pm, the Village Church will host their first ever Juneteenth Freedom Fair. In the spirit of Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, this event will provide the community with resources for judicial, economic, and emotional freedom. With the goal of connecting information, people, and action.

The event will provide the Nashville community an opportunity to expunge records, with Judge Rachel Bell and staff providing the service for free. Hosting a job fair with several employment opportunities and community services agencies and organizations offering information ranging from housing to well child health checks.

Additionally, participates also have a chance to win either a Wal-Mart or Kroger gift card as a door prize!

The Juneteenth Freedom Fair will be held at the Fifty Forward Madison campus at 301 Madison St, Madison, TN 37115.

For more information please call 615-497-4127 or email villagechurch97@gmail.com

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