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Take Me Out To The Ballgame Family Innocence Fundraiser (Twins versus Kansas City 1 September) July 13, 2017

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When: Friday September 1 2017

Game Time: 7:10 PM (meet to pickup tickets)

Cost : Tickets $17.00

Where: Target Field, One Twins Way , Minneapolis , MN

Bring the whole family!The Twins will welcome Family Innocence at the 7th inning stretch.Tickets available at this price but prepayment is required by Twins from Family Innocence.Register by calling Michelle at 612-554-0932.

For more details Call   Family Innocence: 651-783-5878 (leave a call back number) or email: Clerk@familyinnocence.com Family Innocence is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit

 

Family Innocence Social 1 March 2017 February 28, 2017

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COME JOIN US! ENJOY DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS & LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW CONFLICT AFFECTS YOUR CHILDREN AND YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY

 

Family Innocence Presents – Sarah Leitschuh, MA, LMFT:

A Nonprofit Dedicated To Keeping Families Out Of Court:  Resolving Conflicts & Injustices Peacefully

When:                  Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Time:                   5:45 pm. – 8:00 pm.

Where:                Cowboy Jacks

2801 Southtown Drive

Bloomington, MN 55431

sponsored by MacDonald Law Firm, LLC

Marriage and Family Therapist will talk about the effects of divorce/custody fights on children and families

 

For more details Call   Family Innocence: 651-783-5878 (leave a call back number) or email: Clerk@familyinnocence.com Family Innocence is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit

 

Family Innocence December 1, 2016 November 29, 2016

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Family Innocence December 1, 2016 Come and Join Us at Caribou Coffee in West St. Paul

Come and join us for a question and answer session with Michelle MacDonald about the book “Sandra Grazzini-Rucki & the World’s Last Custody Trial”

“Sandra Grazzini-Rucki & the World’s Last Custody Trial” book:

A Nonprofit Dedicated To Keeping Families Out Of Court:  Resolving Conflicts & Injustices Peacefully

               Q& A with co-author Michelle MacDonald

When:        Thursday, December 1, 2016

                  Time:         5:30pm -6:30 pm

                  Where:       Caribou Coffee

1193 South Robert Street

West St. Paul, MN  55118

Paperback available for purchase– proceeds to Family Innocence or

buy online:  https://www.amazon.com   (search book and title)

 

For more details Call   Family Innocence: 651-783-5878 (leave a call back number) or email: Clerk@familyinnocence.com Family Innocence is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit

 

Protective Order Fails to Protect North Carolina Woman November 7, 2016

Filed under: From The News,Uncategorized — familyinnocence @ 9:55 pm

How many times have we said it? A restraining order is just a piece of paper. It never gets any easier to report these news stories, but this story is an absolutely horrific example of how very little protective orders actually protect people.

A Rocky Mount, NC woman and her son were gunned down as they wheeled her 15-year-old disabled child to the school bus stop shortly before 7 a.m Monday morning.

Police say Tonya Boyd, 43, and Emmanuel Boyd, 21, were shot outside their home when her ex-boyfriend, Brian Vincent White, walked right through a protective order to kill her. Boyd had taken out the protective order just two weeks ago after White continued to harass and threaten her following their breakup in May.

Protective Order Fails to Protect North Carolina Woman

Source: Jenn Jacques

 

Before you vote, know your rights: A guide to the law of the polling place

Filed under: From The News,Uncategorized — familyinnocence @ 9:53 pm

http://www.startribune.com/before-you-vote-know-your-rights-a-guide-to-the-law-of-the-polling-place/400075131/

Source: Star Tribune

 

How decades of divorce may have helped erode religion October 24, 2016

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Two widely recognized trends in American society might have something to do with each other.

Divorce rates climbed to the highest levels ever in the 1980s, when about half of all marriages ended in divorce.

And in the present day, Americans are rapidly becoming less religious. Since 1972, the share of Americans who say they don’t adhere to any particular religion has increased from 5 percent of the population to 25 percent.

 

http://www.wickedlocal.com/zz/lifestyle/20160927/how-decades-of-divorce-may-have-helped-erode-religion

 

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Massachusetts’ highest court grants full parental rights to unmarried gay woman

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The Mass. court that paved the way for same-sex marriage in the United States ruled Tuesday that an unmarried gay woman whose former girlfriend gave birth to two children through artificial insemination has the same parental rights as their biological mother.

Source: DENISE LAVOIE

http://www.fox25boston.com/news/massachusetts-highest-court-grants-full-parental-rights-to-unmarried-gay-woman/453358250