September Committee Meetings

Beginning this month, CAHT will post Committee meetings so that everyone who would like toattend can do so. Healthcare Committee,  Monday, Sept. 13 9:30 Zoom contact Annie Garrison anngarrison66@gmail.com Events Committee:  Friday, Sept. 24 10 am. Zoom  contact Helen Depinto  dogsrgreat@brighthouse.com Multicultural/Diversity Committee:  Monday, regular meetings, live, Monday, Sept. 27…

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September General Meeting-Zoom

Campaign Against Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence, known as CAHT, will host its fall kick-off with a special presentation on human trafficking, which will include a human trafficking survivor as one of the guest speakers.  Because of COVID, this meeting will be a zoom one.  The meeting is Monday, September…

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May General Meeting

Journey with a human trafficking and domestic abuse survivor as she walks us through her childhood, domestic abuse issues, drug addiction and involvement in the human trafficking business in the Tampa Bay area.  E (as we will call her) is now a proud mother and actively involved in saving other…

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April General Meeting

How are our area migrant families doing?  Two guest speakers will share information about our migrant families concerns and issues in the south shore community. Ines Colon from Hillsborough County Public Schools Migrant Education Program and Teresita Matos-Post, executive director at Beth El Farmworkers Ministries in Wimauma, will educate us…

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Our 2021 March Yard Sale

CAHT Second Annual Yard Sale a Smashing Success! Our community neighbors shopped until they dropped, giving CAHT a much-needed boost in donations.  There were even non-shoppers who dropped by to donate their heart-felt support in cash and checks. Jean Harrison, the yard sale chair and host did an extraordinary job organizing the event.  We…

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Waltzing Matilda

INTRODUCTION TO “WALTZING MATILDA”The title is Australian slang for traveling by foot (waltzing) with a “sack” (called matilda) slung over your back. The song tells the story of an itinerant worker (or “swagman”) making a drink of tea at a bush camp and capturing a sheep to eat.This song speaks…

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March General Meeting

Campaign Against Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence – SouthShore, known as CAHT,  March 15 general meeting will feature Heather Curry, Ph.D., Lead Projects Coordinator and Lead Staff for Hillsborough County Commission on Human Trafficking.  Ms. Curry will share what the role of the Human Trafficking Commission is as well as…

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