Our mission is to spread the Word
of God and try to inculcate a love of reading in people.
His last words to me were, 'Please spread the word
and tell people never to pick up a packet of cigarettes.
The camp was able to effectively spread the word
about its program through a variety of "gifted and talented" educational and advocacy groups.
Now I have the opportunity to help spread the word
of poetry, something that I love.
The portal allows us to spread the word
about the good work the federation is doing and showcase the learning and the projects undertaken by the young people.
Still, you must find cost-effective ways to spread the word
about your music so people will buy it.
We'll certainly do our best to spread the word
, within the industry and to the general public.
When William Starrett, artistic director of the Columbia City Ballet in South Carolina, decided to choreograph a full-evening work last winter, he spread the word
that he wanted to audition as many blacks as whites.
The youth activism programs are designed to help youth, and the organizations with which they work, spread the word
about the tobacco issue.
Her story has generated additional interest from the media and public about our report and we appreciate E Magazine for being a vehicle to spread the word
about environmental contamination and impacts on women's health.
The program empowers local members of the community to take action on behalf of their children, become educated about healthy eating habits and market their ideas publicly to spread the word
The program is in need of more trained volunteers for its August 2004 trip and asks that the ADAA help spread the word
of its work to members.
McNeil is committed to helping spread the word
to runners of all ages about the dangers of over-hydration and hyponatremia.
That's why the Vermont Department of Health has enlisted hairstylists to help spread the word
about all the health resources available to local women.