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Come Receive the Light National Radio Program for February 16, 2002

Topic : Race to Respond

Guest : Jim Angelus, Race organizer and cycling team captain

Race To Respond is more than an adventure and a test of athletic skill and endurance, it is a tribute to the human spirit and a metaphor for life itself. The goal is to celebrate IOCC’s 10 years of service and to support its worldwide humanitarian efforts to respond to the call for help from those in need around the globe. IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is the official humanitarian aid and development agency of the Orthodox Churches of the Americas.

In just 10 years, IOCC has provided more than $100 million, to 21 countries, in program services to some of the world's most vulnerable people - orphans, refugees, the elderly, people with disabilities and those whose lives have been torn apart by war, natural disasters or ethnic strife in 21 countries. Through awareness and support raised from the Race to Respond, IOCC will continue to provide the tools needed to rebuild communities one family at a time.

Future programs can be found at http://myocn.net/orthodox-christian-radio-programs/crtl. The National Orthodox Christian Radio, "Come Receive the Light" program is aired every Saturday Morning from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (ESTD), on WLVJ 640 AM in West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, & the Miami, FL Metropolitan Areas. In the Boston Metropolitan and surrounding area the program is aired every Saturday Afternoon from 3:00PMto 4:00PM(ESTD), on WEZE 590 AM. For those not in South Florida or the Boston vicinity, the program can be heard on the World Wide Web @ http://myocn.net/orthodox-christian-radio-programs/crtl. Visitors to the web site of the radio program may also hear past programs by visiting the archive section. The program can also be heard by visiting the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese site @ http://www.goarch.org.

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