TICONDEROGA World Community Day will be celebrated by the Ticonderoga area Church Women United at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 7, at the home of Lois Gunning, 215 Putts Pond Road off Rt. 74 in Ticonderoga. A brief business meeting will open the event. A combination of worship service and study will focus on Gods Wisdom Sets Us Free. Sandy Sprague will share her experience as a literacy volunteer in the prison system. Readers will focus on some other life aspects which imprison people, such as consumerism, desire and selfishness. Readers will be Helemarie Sunkenberg, Nan Reale, Grace Trombley, Louise Davidson and Ann Barber. The program also includes a poem written by an imprisoned woman. Following the study, refreshments will be served. The refreshment committee members are Marjorie Costello and Toni OBryan. All area women are invited and men are welcome as well. The gatherings bring together people from Ticonderoga, Putnam, Hague, Crown Point and Schroon Lake. Through prayer and offerings, they reach out to all women around the world. The local group also supports the Ticonderoga meal site each month. Their funds buy necessities not supplied by the county. Collections of toiletries are also made at each meeting for the safe house in Ticonderoga.