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Insurgent Theatre Stages Anarchist Play in Tallahassee 16JAN2009
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Insurgent Theatre Stages Anarchist Play in Tallahassee

Contacts: Ben Turk & Kate Pleuss
Phone: 414 305 9832
Email: insurgent.ben@gmail.com & katepleuss@gmail.com

Radical touring theatre company's newest production, ULYSSES' CREWMEN confronts audiences with political action at an intractable impasse. This complex original work about the political kidnapping of a US delegate is currently on it's second tour, an odyssey of the northeast and southwest, performing in non-traditional spaces from New York to Texas.

"Insurgent's project is noble and high-minded... it takes guts to do work like this."
-Kurt Hartwig, Snap Milwaukee
http://www.snapmilwaukee.com/performing-arts---conversation


DETAILS:
- Venue Address: Free Radicals Infoshop 803 Railroad Ave. Tallahassee
- Event Date and Time: Jan. 16th, 8pm
- Cost: Suggested Donation
- Telephone Number: 850-417-7237
- Venue Website: www.radicalize.us
- Artists on Bill: Insurgent Theatre with music tba


ULYSSES' CREWMEN
Written by Ben Turk
Starring Kate Pleuss and Ben Turk
Tour Journal: http://ulyssescrewmen.blogspot.com/
Preview Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCwYQzt_vbw
More about the play:
A militant dissenter abuses her hostage from the US delegation while faintly aware of the audience surrounding her. This claustrophobic scene creates a space for radical introspection, defiant theatre and tactical conversations. With only a few props, two actors, one of who is bound and gagged, and a serious commitment to DIY politics, Insurgent Theatre refutes ancient dogmas found in Homer's Odyssey and examines the psychosexual underpinnings of empire and rebellion.



More about the Playwright:

"Ben Turk co-founded INSURGENT THEATRE in the summer of 2003. He learned every aspect of theatre production, from promotion and fundraising to set construction and lighting to playwriting, acting and directing by hands-on experience and independent research. After a years of writing and producing successful full length plays like BRING THE WAR HOME, all kinds of absurd one act festivals, and wild theatre experiments like PLAY IN A DAY (a full length play written, constructed, rehearsed and performed in only 24 hours) Ben has decided to apply his DIY theatre approach to touring. "

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insurgenttheatre.org
414 305 9832

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item 1 Eternal Capitol Peace Vigil Sunday & Thursday

=item 2 tallahassee really really free market 26NOV2009

=item 3 "OUT ALL NIGHT AND LOST MY SHOES" 26SEP2009

=item 4 STOP Child Trafficking Now 27SEP2009

item 5 FSU CPE Radical Rush 28SEP-02OCT2009

=item 6 Green Drinks: Sustainable Sites Initiative: Guidelines for Sustainable Land Design, Construction and Maintenance Practices 30SEP2009

=item 7 Cathy Bao Bean: The Chopsticks-Fork Principle 01OCT2009

=item 8 Mid-Autumn Festival 01OCT2009

=item 9 Sustainable Tallahassee’s Solar Advocate Project 01OCT2009

item 10 Gadsden County Humane Society Second Annual Craft Show & Sale 03OCT2009

item 11 5th Annual Asian Festival 03OCT2009


item 12 International Day, Celebrating the People and Culture of India 12OCT2009

=item 13 Sixth Annual Middle East Film Festival 4,6,12.13.14OCT2009

=item 14 Speak Out! Domestic Violence Awareness 07OCT2009
To honor Domestic Violence Awareness Month

=item 15 October PFLAG-TLH meeting 08OCT2009

item 16 Dining in the Dark 18OCT2009

=item 17 MusicFest 2009: A Benefit for Refuge House 08NOV2009

item 18 Close the SOA! 22-24NOV2009

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item 1 Eternal Capitol Peace Vigil Sunday & Thursday

Join the Tallahassee Network for Justice and Peace, Veterans for Peace, Vietnam Veterans
Against the War, Military Families Speak Out, Gold Star Families for Peace, Code Pink.
Now in year seven. Signs provided.
Sundays 12:30-2:30
Thursdays 4:00-6:00
in front of the Old Capitol
NO IRAN WAR; FREE IRAQ ; FREE AFGHANISTAN. FREE AL-ZAIDI.
Does it do any good? None you can see. But I for one can not stand idle, while my government kills Iraqi and Afghan children in my name with my tax dollars, for I have been too close to the spear tip when thousands of Vietnamese children were killed when I actively helped their murder. Murders, which continue today by the poisons and unexploded bombs we spread across their country.


=item 2 tallahassee really really free market 26NOV2009

The Really, Really Free Market (RRFM) movement is a non-hierarchical collective of individuals who form a temporary market based on an alternative gift economy. The RRFM movement aims to counteract capitalism in a non-reactionary way. It holds as a major goal to build a community based on sharing resources, caring for one another and improving the collective lives of all. Markets often vary in character, but they generally offer both goods and services. Participants bring unneeded items, food, skills and talents such as entertainment or haircuts. A RRFM may take place in an open community space such as a public park or community commons.
-wikipedia

the really, really free market takes place on the last saturday of every month in doug burnett park on gaines and mlk. if you have any skills or goods you want to share, this would be a good place and time to do it, and also share some food and meet your neighbors.


Saturday, September 26, 2009
1:00pm - 3:00pm
doug burnett park
gaines and MLK
Tallahassee, FL


=item 3 "OUT ALL NIGHT AND LOST MY SHOES" 26SEP2009

The Mickee Faust Club presents Terry Galloway's "OUT ALL NIGHT AND LOST MY SHOES" in Railroad Square at the Mickee Faust Clubhouse

What's the proper etiquette of suicide? Is S & M ventriloquism an effective therapy for schizophrenics? Should drag be considered an act of self-defense? Will true love find a happy ending at the Lion's Camp for Crippled Children? And what's so natural about the Museum of Natural History?

These, and other burning questions, are at the center of Terry Galloway's solo performance piece, "Out All Night And Lost My Shoes". Galloway will be performing this autobiographical show for one night only, Saturday, September 26, 2009, at 8pm at the Mickee Faust Clubhouse, 623 McDonnell Drive in Railroad Square. It's an hour of pure, energetic theater that mixes poetry, storytelling, stand- up, New Vaudeville and plain old corny vaudeville in a charged, moving celebration of life – hers and that of all oddballs.

Tickets will available at the door ONLY the night of the show. General admission is $15/$10 for students, retirees, and people with disabilities.

=item 4 STOP Child Trafficking Now 27SEP2009

The STOP Child Trafficking Now global campaign targets the source of child trafficking: predators who drive the sex industry everywhere in the world, including in your local community. SCTNow has partnered with specially trained elite operatives familiar with what it takes to infiltrate, investigate and bring to justice the predators victimizing children worldwide.

The WALK is sunday September 27th, 3-5pm. Westcott to the capital courtyard. Please create a team or join an existing one! Register today sctnow.org

And here is the local Facebook group for the campaign:

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=96482992036


item 5 FSU CPE Radical Rush 28SEP-02OCT2009

A whole week of events designed to introduce future activists and friends to the radical community and organizations of Tallahassee. Planned events include Documentary screenings, anti capitalism and globalization panel discussions, radical organization tabling and introductions on the Union Green with live music and food, all followed by a free show put on by local Tallahassee Bands.
Tentative activity schedule (subject to change):
Monday: Documentary screening "The Corporation" followed by discussion.
Tuesday: Anticapitalism and globalization panel.
Wednesday: Radical organizations tabling, food, music at union green.
Thursday: Documentary screening "The Take" followed by discussion.
Friday: Free show. Location, bands TBA
ALL EVENTS FREE OF CHARGE
Keep checking back for more information!
If you are a member of a group that would like to participate, please contact CPE.
850-644-6577
fsucpe@gmail.com
FMI
http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/event.php?eid=125466603088


=item 6 Green Drinks: Sustainable Sites Initiative: Guidelines for Sustainable Land Design, Construction and Maintenance Practices 30SEP2009

Speakers: J. David Malcolm, ASLA and Shawn C. Kalbi, ASLA

Topic: Sustainable Sites Initiative: Guidelines for Sustainable Land Design, Construction and Maintenance Practices

Our speakers will be J. David Malcolm, ASLA, a Principal and Shawn C. Kalbi, ASLA, an Associate from Wood + Partners, Inc. a Tallahassee land planning and landscape architecture firm designing such projects as Evening Rose, the City of Tallahasse-owned Welaunee Tract, and the FAMU Master Plan.

For the first time in Tallahassee they will present an overview of the Sustainable Sites Initiative developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
On the last Wednesday of each month, people interested in making Tallahassee an Eco-friendly city meet up for a drink at informal sessions known as Green Drinks. There's always a different crowd, making Green Drinks an organic, self-organizing network.

Wednesday, September 30, 2009
(last Wednesday of the month)
5:45 until...
Waterworks, 1133 Thomasville Rd

=item 7 Cathy Bao Bean: The Chopsticks-Fork Principle 01OCT2009

Cathy Bao Bean Lecture
The FSU International Center is sponsoring Cathy Bao Bean, author of The Chopsticks-Fork Principle, A Memoir and Manual and co-author of The Chopsticks-Fork Principle x 2, A Bilingual Reader for ESL and CFL learners.
Cathy is President of the Society for Values in Higher Education and advisor to the NJ Council for the Humanities. She encourages people to understand how we are all at least bi-cultural (by ethnicity, gender, etc.) in a way that shatters stereotypes but explains the generalizations. Thursday, October 1 @ 7:30 PM Broad Auditorium, Claude Pepper Center
Contact: Aleks Nesic anesic@admin.fsu.edu

=item 8 Mid-Autumn Festival 01OCT2009

10/1: Mid-Autumn Festival The Mid-Autumn Festival is an Eastern holiday celebration co-hosted by Florida State's Asian American Student Union, the Chinese Language and Culture Association and the Vietnamese Student Association. Make glowing paper lanterns for a march down Legacy Walk in celebration of the holiday and then return to the International Center to feast. Thursday, October 1 @ 6:00 PM International Center

=item 9 Sustainable Tallahassee’s Solar Advocate Project 01OCT2009

Sustainable Tallahassee has started a Solar Advocate project and we are looking for people interested in promoting the use of solar power here in Tallahassee. The goals of our Solar Advocacy project are:

If you're interested or experienced in solar power and want to see more of it in our community, please consider becoming a solar advocate with Sustainable Tallahassee. Our first meeting will be Thursday, the 1st of October, at 5:30 PM in the Sustainable Tallahassee offices.

For more information, contact the project lead: James Young, 850-322-0564, young@phoenixrenewable.com

item 10 Gadsden County Humane Society Second Annual Craft Show & Sale 03OCT2009

"GCHS Second Annual Craft Show" on Saturday, October 3 at 9:00am.
"Fun for the entire family to benefit homeless animals in Gadsden County."
Shop many arts and crafts vendors and food booths, and meet some wonderful adoptable dogs!
Saturday, October 3 at 9:00am - 4:00pm
White Dog Plantation
200 Coca Cola Ave.
Havana, Florida
3.5 miles west of Hwy. 27, on Hwy. 12
(former Nicholson Farmhouse location)
For more information or to reserve booth space,
contact Marcia Singleton at (850) 539-5318,
or at marciamae3474@yahoo.com.

item 11 5th Annual Asian Festival 03OCT2009

5th Annual Asian Festival 10/03 Asian Cuisine, Arts and Crafts, Cultural Performances and Demonstrations from 10am-5pm Bloxham and Lewis Parks Volunteers needed to sign up, and if you want to register for a table, please contact cldiao2@gmail.com
FMI
http://www.asiantlh.org
10AM-5PM at Lewis and Bloxham Parks,
Downtown Tallahassee
item 11 North Florida Hispanic Festival 03OCT2009
North Florida Hispanic Festival 10/03 from 10-4pm, St. Luis Catholic Church, featuring food, arts and crafts, entertainment from many Latin American countries.
FMI
850-519-4310
http://www.tnfha.org/

item 12 International Day, Celebrating the People and Culture of India 12OCT2009

Ten Thousand Villages: International Day, Celebrating the People and Culture of India! 9/12 Sidewalk art show by Tallahassee artists Roopali Kambo, whose beautiful paintings capture the vibrancy and vitality of her native country. Food, Music, 15% discount on products made by Indian Artisans 1415 Timberlane Road at Market Square 850-906-9010


=item 13 Sixth Annual Middle East Film Festival 4,6,12.13.14OCT2009

October 4, 6, 7, 12, 13, and 14, 2009

Free and Open to the Public
All screening will be held at the Student Life Cinema on the campus of Florida State University
Sponsored by The FSU Middle East Center and the Student Life Cinema
The program is as follows:

Song of Sparrows (Iran, 2008) (Winner -Best Actor, Reza Najie, Silver Bear Award, Berlin International Film Festival)
Sun, Oct 4th at 7pm (1 hr 36 min)
Reception to follow.
After being fired from an ostrich farm, Karim must leave his simple family life and travel to Tehran. There, he is mistaken for a motorcycle taxi driver and this mistake ushers him into his new profession. When the people and materials he ferries throughout the city begin to change his virtuous character, his family tries to restore his generosity.
http://www.thesongofsparrowsmovie.com/

Waltz With Bashir (Lebanon and Israel, 2008) (Winner -Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film)
Tues, Oct 6th AND Wed, Oct 7th at 7:30pm and 10pm (1 hr 27 min)
Director Ari Folman uses pop surrealist animation to recount the 1982 war between Lebanon and Israel in this visually stunning story. Through conversations with psychologists, friends, and war associates, he reconstructs his lost memories.
http://waltzwithbashir.com/

Lemon Tree (Israel, 2008) (Winner –Panorama Audience Award, Berlin Int’l Film Festival)
Mon, Oct 12th at 7pm and 10pm (1 hr 46 min)
Salma Zidane is a widow who makes her living from a lemon grove which lies on the Green Line that separates Israel from the Palestinian occupied West Bank. As the grove becomes a security threat, Salma argues her case for the preservation of the grove, and risks her life by continuing to gather her lemons. Soon her case becomes a news media clamor.
http://www.lemontreemovie.com/lemontree_en.html

Captain Abu Raed (Jordan, 2007) (Winner –Audience Award, Sundance Film Festival)
Tues, Oct 13th at 7pm (1 hr 42 min)
When lonely airport janitor, Abu Raed, begins to wear a captain's hat that he found in the trash, neighborhood children begin to believe that he is a real airline pilot. He inspires them with stories of travel, and forms a close friendship with Nour, a real female pilot. Conflict arises when an outsider of the group attacks Abu Raed and attempts to expose him as a fake.
http://www.captainaburaed.com/

Bliss (Turkey, 2009) (Winner –Audience Award, Montpellier Mediterranean Film Festival)
Tues, Oct 13th at 10pm (1 hr 45 min)
After being found unconscious by the side of a lake, Meryem’s family assumes that her chastity has been lost. Just when it seems as though her fate is to be subject to an honor killing, she and the man whose duty it is to uphold the family’s honor, Cemal, embark on a journey encapsulating both modern and traditional Turkey.
http://www.mutlulukfilm.com/

Afghan Star (Afghanistan, 2009) (Winner–Audience Award & Directing Award, Sundance Film Festival)
Wed, Oct 14th at 7:30pm and 10pm (1 hr 28 min)
This shocking and entertaining documentary follows four contenders for the top honors as “Pop Idol” of Afghanistan as they fight their way through not only the competition, but also life threatening controversy.
http://www.afghanstardocumentary.com/film.html

FMI: Jamie Kozisek-Hammad, Florida State University Middle East Center: mecassistant@yahoo.com

=item 14 Speak Out! Domestic Violence Awareness 07OCT2009
To honor Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Join our speakers, musicians, poets and supporters for an evening of recognition and unity. The famous Refuge House Hot Dog Buffet will be served. Admission is free and everyone is welcome!
We support all survivors who wish to participate.
Every October our community comes together to support victims and their families, to celebrate the courage of survivors, and to commit ourselves to ending domestic violence.
www.refugehouse.com
24 Hour Crisis Hotline
850-681-2111
800-500-1119
Lake Ella, Tallahassee, Florida
Wednesday, October 7, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm




=item 15 October PFLAG-TLH meeting 08OCT2009

October PFLAG-TLH meeting
A welcoming space for those who seek answers, advice, and common experience
PFLAG-Tallahassee
St. John's Episcopal Church, Cobb Library Room
Thursday, October 8 from 6:00 pm to 7:55 pm
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=128988723475



item 16 Dining in the Dark 18OCT2009
Dining in the Dark (5th Annual Paula Bailey)
Benefitting individuals who are visually impaired or blind
Enjoy a gourmet three-course meal in complete, pitch-black darkness, and experience your sense of smell, taste, hearing & touch as you never have before! In addition to being a unique dinner, this event will allow you, for a few short hours, to experience what it is like to function without your sight - something that people who are totally blind deal with every day. We are thrilled to have the Leon County Sheriff's Office SWAT Team waiting on you with their night vision goggles.
4:30pm: Doors open
5-6pm: Join Honorary Host, FSU's Ann Bowden at the reception
6-7:30pm: Dinner in the dark
7:30-8pm: Presentation of "Inspirational Community Member" Paula Bailey Award
To purchase tickets on-line visit http://www.lighthousebigbend.org
Lighthouse BigBend
University Center Club, FSU Doak Campbell Stadium, Bldg B
Sunday, October 18 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

=item 17 MusicFest 2009: A Benefit for Refuge House 08NOV2009
www.refugehouse.com
24 Hour Crisis Hotline
850-681-2111
800-500-1119
FaceBook Event Page
http://tinyurl.com/ybrtesz
Sunday, November 8 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Unity Eastside
8551 Buck Lake Rd.
Tallahassee 32317



item 18 Close the SOA! 22-24NOV2009

November 20-22, 2009 - Converge on Fort Benning, Georgia
MASS MOBILIZATION TO SHUT DOWN THE SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS (SOA/ WHINSEC)!
The military coup by SOA graduates in Honduras has once again exposed the destabilizing and deadly effects that the School of the Americas has on Latin America. The actions of the school's graduates are unmasking the Pentagon rhetoric and reveal the anti-democratic results of U.S. policies. It is time for a change towards justice.
From November 20-22, 2209, thousands will vigil at the gates of Fort Benning, Georgia, to stand up for justice, to shut down the School of the Americas and to end the oppressive U.S. foreign policy that the school represents
To forward this Call to Action to your family and friends, visit: http://www.SOAW.org/tellafriend
To download the SOA Watch November organizing packet, for a travel guide and a hotel listing, as well as information about accessibility and information for people without U.S. citizenship and more, visit http://www.SOAW.org/november
Close the SOA!
Mass Mobilization to the Gates of Fort Benning, Georgia
SOA Watch
Friday, November 20, 2009 at 12:00am
Sunday, November 22, 2009 at 4:00pm
The gates of Fort Benning and the Columbus Convention Center
Columbus, GA
2022343440
Email:
info@soaw.org

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item      1    Eternal Capitol Peace Vigil Sunday & Thursday

=item 2      Anhinga Press Free Reading Series 20JUL2009

=item 3 Vietnam Veterans Against the War , Southeast Regional Conference
  24-26JUL2009

=item 4 Capital City GLBTA Democratic Caucus Fundraiser 25JUL2009

=item 5 Miss Louise of Turkey Hill Farms: "ORGANIC LOCALLY GROWN FOODS" 29JUL2009

=item 6 PFLAG-Tallahassee August Meeting 03AUG2009

 

=item 7 Capital City Democratic Women's Club  Annual Golden Democratic Luncheon
  20AUG2009

 

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item      1    Eternal Capitol Peace Vigil Sunday & Thursday

Join the Tallahassee Network for Justice and Peace, Veterans for Peace, Vietnam Veterans
Against the War, Military Families Speak Out, Gold Star Families for Peace, Code Pink.
Now in year seven. Signs provided.
Sundays 12:30-2:30
Thursdays 4:00-6:00
in front of the Old Capitol
NO IRAN WAR;  FREE IRAQ ; FREE AFGHANISTAN. FREE AL-ZAIDI.
Does it do any good? None you can see. But I for one can not stand idle, while my government kills Iraqi and Afghan children in my name with my tax dollars, for I have been too close to the spear tip when thousands of Vietnamese children were killed when I actively helped their murder. Murders, which continue today by the poisons and unexploded bombs we spread across their country.

=item 2 Anhinga Press Free Reading Series 20JUL2009

A Great Night of FREE Readings   
Anhinga Press & Fermentaion Lounge
Fermentation Lounge @ All Saints (parking next door at 310 Blount Street)
Monday, July 20 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

=item 3 Vietnam Veterans Against the War , Southeast Regional Conference 24-26JUL2009
All people of good will are invited.

Vietnam Veterans Against the War , Southeast Regional Conference
Tallahassee, Florida

Speakers will include VVAW National Coordinators, Barry Romo & Marty Webster, IVAW  SE Regional Coordinator,  Jason Hurd, and members of Veterans for Peace and Military Families Speak Out

Items on the Agenda include School Of The Americas Watch Vigil, Ft Benning, Ga, November
2009, the SE Winter Soldier Investigation, and stopping the wars on the Iraqi and Afghan people

Saturday night there will be a cook-out and boogie caucus at The Hootch.  Y'all come! We will be smokin' some ribs and chicken, and veggie burgers, and have plenty of iced Bud and soda on hand for a long, hot, summer's evening, on the banks of Lake Ella.

While all people of good will are invited,
PRIOR REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

For event registration or group motel reservation information
Contact
Willie Hager
VVAW Florida Organizing Coordinator
windbender@rose.net

Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 96's  “Hootch”
241 Lake Ella Dr, Tallahassee, Fl 32303
[Next to the helicopter]
Friday-Sunday   24-26JUL2009

=item 4 Capital City GLBTA Democratic Caucus Fundraiser 25JUL2009

Capital City GLBTA Democratic Caucus Fundraiser and Membership Drive
2010 Elections are already heating up! Join in the fun! Come meet fellow local Democrats, enjoy some food and drink and learn how you can become involved in what will likely be the most exciting off-year election cycle Florida has seen in over 100 years!
Saturday, July 25, 2009
4:00pm - 6:00 PM
Fermentation Lounge
113 All Saints St.
Tallahassee, FL

Questions? Contact Lisa Livezey Comingore at: lisa.comingore@comcast.net or visit: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=99359485269

=item 5 Miss Louise of Turkey Hill Farms: "ORGANIC LOCALLY GROWN FOODS" 29JUL2009

Green Drinks
Sustainable Tallahassee <admin@sustainabletallahassee.org>
Speaker: Miss Louise of Turkey Hill Farms
Topic: "ORGANIC LOCALLY GROWN FOODS"
"Turkey Hill Farms is one of Leon County's distinguished organic farms. Turkey Hill grows vegetables and fruits for market and select local restaurants. Miss Louise will speak about what is seasonal around Tallahassee and the real meaning "locally grown."

For more information on Turkey Hill Farms please visit their website, http://www.localharvest.org/farms/M4181

On the last Wednesday of each month, people interested in making Tallahassee an Eco-friendly city meet up for a drink at informal sessions known as Green Drinks. We have a lively mixture of people from all sects. It's a great way of catching up with people you know and also for making new contacts. There's always a different crowd, making Green Drinks an organic, self-organizing
 network.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009
(last Wednesday of the month)6:00 until...
Waterworks, 1133 Thomasville Rd

Come Have a Drink with us!
Sustainable Tallahassee
admin@sustainabletallahassee.org

=item 7 PFLAG-Tallahassee August Meeting 03AUG2009

Looking for more people who are interested in seeing Tallahassee develop a chapter of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. This group is the bridge between the straight and gay communities. If you are an ALLY looking for other people who want justice for your LGBT family members and friends, this is the group for you!
St. John's Episcopal Church
Monday, August 3 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Meeting is in Cobb Library. Enter through the CALHOUN STREET doors, and follow the signs!
  
FMI 
850-597-2374
susangagelmt@yahoo.com

=item 7 Capital City Democratic Women's Club  Annual Golden Democratic Luncheon
  20AUG2009

The Capital City Democratic Women's Club will be presenting their Annual Golden Democratic Luncheon on August 20, 2009 in the Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center.
 Speaker Rep. Michelle Rehwinkle Vasilinda,
12 noon to 2:00 p.m.
Special presentations:
5th Annual Outstanding Democrat,
3rd Annual Lelia Cofield Founders Award.
$40 per persons
Souvenir Journal ads are due no later than July 16th.

FMI  877-2311

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