Masjid Al-Islam, New Haven, Connecticut
In Collaboration With MANA (Muslim Alliance in North America) Invites You to Attend:
Weekend Get-a-Way 2010
Theme: "Remember Me, And I Will Remember You"
Friday-Sunday, May 14-16, 2010
Halal Fun Just for Ladies in a Serene Nature Setting: nature walks, campfires, hiking, lake activities, networking, caring, sharing, mini-workshops and time to relax and reflect
Site: Incarnation Conference Center—253 Bushy Hill Road, Ivoryton, CT
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS:
Shaykh Yasir Qadhi - Sister Khalidah Bilal
Special Interactive Workshop for Singles:
By Dr. Aneesah Nadir,
Director of MANA’s Healthy Marriage Initiative
President ISSA (Islamic Social Services Association)
Special Saturday Evening:
"Queen and Princess Gala"
Great Entertainment & Delicious Food -
Bring Your Fanciest Dress-up Outfit!
Program & Activities, Gala, all Food & Lodging
Space Limited—Register Now!
For more information contact Masjid Al Islam at email@example.com --OR CALL:
Matiniah: Yahya: 203-376-7704 or Fawziyyah Umrani: 413-627-5591
NOTE: Bedding and bath supplies are not provided. Please bring your favorite sheet, pillow&case, blanket and/or sleeping bag, towels, soap and a flashlight.
FOR YOUR SAFTEY, THERE WILL BE 24-HR SECURITY DURING THE MUSLIMAH-GET-A-WAY
Incarnation Conference Center
253 Bushy Hill Road
MANA: Muslim Alliance in North America
To learn more about MANA, to donate to MANA projects, or to become a MANA member or volunteer: VISIT THE MANA WEB SITE: www.mana-net.org
WHAT IS MANA?
MANA is a national network of masjids, Muslim organizations and individuals committed to work together to address certain urgent needs within the Muslim community. These needs include the great social and economic problems that are challenging Muslim communities especially in the inner city; the need for the involvement of masjids and Muslims in community service projects which are aimed at improving society as a whole and the need for systematic and effective dawah programs to help bring more non-Muslims into Islam; the need for new Muslim programs that will help them to grow in Islam. MANA is therefore an open organization that is agenda driven. Current MANA projects include: "Healing & Reconcilation Initiative," "SHARE Network and SHARE Social Service Centers," "Re-Entry Program," "Healthy Marriage Initiative" and "Imam Training." To learn more about MANA and MANA initiatives and programs, or to: donate to MANA projects or to become a MANA member or volunteer, VISIT THE MANA WEB SITE: www.mana-net.org