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The Great Falls Community Action Team to Host Legislative Advocacy Event

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The Great Falls Community Action Team will be hosting a legislative advocacy event later this week. 

The event, called 'Your Voice Matters: How to Affect Your Legislator's Votes,' is aimed at providing the training needed on how to communicate with legislators effectively, and to demonstrate that Montanans have a voice in the laws and budget of this state. The training will talk about the ins and outs of the legislature, the best ways to communicate with legislators, how to write effective letters and emails, and how to track and find bills.

Deb Kottel, former legislator and current professor at UGF, will be he main speaker at the event. Gourmet pizza will also be served.

The event will take place Thursday, Jan. 29th at 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Christ United Methodist Church located at 2900 9th Avenue South in Great Falls.

The Great Falls Community Action Team is a non-partisan group that seeks to provide the Great Falls community with a platform to engage in social justice issues and share in a collective voice of change.

For more information, call organizer Jules Shindel at (406) 868-0349 or, join their group on Facebook.

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