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"LET YOUR LIGHT SO SHINE BEFORE MEN,
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 PROJECT 5 



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KEEP MODESTY IN STYLE!
BRING BACK LESS REVEALING STYLES

COLLECTING 200,000 PETITION NAMES
Red Dress More than a dozen teen-aged girls from Kansas have taken a stand against the sexy, revealing styles that fill the racks of department stores. The Red Bridge Ward's young women from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of the Olathe Kansas Stake, have launched a campaign to encourage department stores to carry more modest styles of clothing that would better reflect their standards and values. This effort has generated a ground-swell of support from around the world from other young women and their parents who are also frustrated by current trends which are low cut, strapless, backless, sleeveless, bare midriff, short, and tight.

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 PROJECT 1 



Elise
HELP US DEMAND
MORE WHOLESOME MOVIES!

COLLECTING 1 MILLION NAMES IN Y2K!
Wholesome Movies

Add your name and help us collect one million names on our More Wholesome Movies Petition. Our goal is to convince Hollywood to take this matter seriously, to give us a choice by offering an edited version of their films. While recognizing the rights of others to view controversially rated movies, we demand our rights of having edited versions of the same, without violence, sex or profanity. Elise Jenkins and her family are seeking to gather one million names on this petition this year. Participate in an 1M-IN-Y2K event. You and your group can make your own T-shirts and help collect names for this petition. Hit the mall with info cards and a copy of the petition.

  THE JENKINS FAMILY 

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  PRINTABLE PETITION 

  ONE MILLION IN Y2K 

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 PROJECT 2 



Loalyn
SEND YOUR LOVE
WITH PROJECT TEDDY BEAR

HAVE BEAR(S) READY TO SEND UPON NOTICE
Project Teddy Bear
Our Project Teddy Bear is an emergency response project to supply an extra source of comfort and security to children and family members of tragedies. This project started in 1999 by serving the survivors of the Columbine High School shooting. Today The project is in hibernation until a new need arises. To see pictures of this project in action for past needs, click on the link below. The Goodworks Network sponsors Project Teddy Bear to collect as many Teddy Bears as possible to distribute to those in need. When we ask for participation from our members, a quick response in needed, and our goal will always be to give every child in the needy community, a hugable Teddy Bear, as a way to say "we care" and to show the world that love is stronger than hate. By subscribing to the Goodworks Newsletter you too will be notified and given the opportunity to let your light so shine. In preporation for this project, we invite you to purchase a teddy bear to have on hand when we call for them to be shipped to a central location in an area of trouble and need. Thank You!

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 PROJECT 3 



Jimmy
HOLLYWOOD AWARENESS WEEK
SHAME THE VIOLENT MOVIES

WEAR A BLUE RIBBON, APRIL 16-22
Stop The Violance
With the increase of violence in our world, especially the fatal out-breaks of school shootings, The Goodworks Network has dedicated the month of April to collectively shame the entertainment industry for their willingness to capitalize on the sexual, disrespectful, and violent forms of entertainment which the minds of today's youth are being fed with. People everywhere are asking "Why does this keep happening?" Many concerned parents and leaders agree that explicit movies are at fault the most. Join The Goodworks Network by subscribing to The Goodworks Newsletter for the continuing news of this and other projects. Most importantly, wear a blue ribbon every day between April 16-22 to show your support of this project and tell your friends to come to www.goodworks.net for these instructions and the chance to join our ever-growing force for good. We hereby initiate this project in memory of the victims of the Columbine High School shooting and other such tragic incidents.

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