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Syracuse Community Opened a Water Well in Kenya

Syracuse Community Opened a Water Well in Kenya

TCC Syracuse volunteers collected donations of $4.500 to fund a water well in Kenya. Embrace Relief’s Water Well campaign became a reason for our volunteers to help those in need in Africa. Those volunteers are ...

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10th Annual Friendship Dinner in Syracuse

10th Annual Friendship Dinner in Syracuse

Peace Islands, Turkish Cultural Center of Syracuse, and Turkish Student Association at Syracuse University held 10th Annual Friendship Dinner on October, 23rd at Shine Student Center at Syracuse University. The topic of the event was ...

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Sacred Stories in Islam and Judaism

Sacred Stories in Islam and Judaism

Turkish Cultural Center-Syracuse, in collaboration with Temple Concord and North Islamic Community Center held the second event called ‘Sacred Stories in Islam and Judaism’ . Two story tellers, Jim Brule from Temple Concord and Prof. ...

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Women Club Breakfast in Syracuse

Women Club Breakfast in Syracuse

Turkish Cultural Cneter Syracuse Women Club organized the first breakfast of the season TCCS Women Club organized the first breakfast gathering with a good number of guests. Breakfast started with serving a Turkish tea which ...

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Turkish Cultural Center Annual Fundraiser Dinner

Turkish Cultural Center Annual Fundraiser Dinner

Turkish Cultural Center – Syracuse (TCCS) organized its annual fundraising dinner at Syracuse City Hall Commons Atrium University for the new building project on September 30, 2015. There were about 40 guests including members of ...

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How do faith-based movements fit into global civil society?

How do faith-based movements fit into global civil society?

How do faith-based movements fit into global civil society? The case of Gulen Movement Institute of Global Affairs, MOYNIHAN, at Maxwell School, Syracuse University held a talk by Dr. Alp Aslandogan on Gulen movement and ...

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