PDX-Wed. June 25th-
"Report From Iraq: Hardships and Hopes," speaker
Neal Keny-Guyer, CEO, Mercy Corps, who has just
returned from Iraq and will report on status of
aid projects in water, sanitation, hospitals,
schools, and other need areas. 12 pm Lunch and
Program $15, auditors $5. Co-sponsored by the
World Affairs Council of Oregon and the Portland
Committee on Foreign Relations. For reservations
or information, call (503) 274-7488 or send email
to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and phone
EUGENE-Fri. June 27th- from 7 to 9 p.m. North Eugene Public Forum. The Lane
County Bill of Rights Defense Committee is holding a free public forum at
1055 River Road (the River Road Annex). Please join us for some good speakers, discusssion of
the Patriot Act, a little music and refreshments. And don't forget to forward this message to your
friends who live in North Eugene! No contact info.
PDX-June 27 thru July 2nd- "Blackboard," film from Iran by director Samira
Makhmalbaf. Follow-up to earlier film "The Apple" and winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Cannes Film
Festival. Set in Kurdistani region of northwestern Iran near border with Iraq. Guild
Theatre, 829 SW Park Ave. Friday, Saturday--7:00, 9:00 p.m. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday--7:00 p.m. $6.50 general, $5 NW Film Center members,
seniors, students. For information, call (503) 221-1156 or go to www.nwfilm.org.
PDX-Sat. June 28th- 9 am - 3 pm YARD SALE at the
Quaker Meeting House, 4316 SE Stark St. Proceeds go to CARE for building housing in Afghanistan.
No contact info.
PDX-Sun. June 28th-
"Bowling for Baghdad" fundraiser in support of Mercy Corps' work in Iraq. Come to bowl or
sponsor someone else. 6 p.m. AMF ProLanes, 3031 SE Powell Blvd. Contact Marta Colburn at
email@example.com if interested in sponsorship.
For information, go to www.bowlingforbaghdad.com
PDX-Mon. June 30th- 7pm-9pm, Community Action Forum on Loss of Rights under the Patriot Act,
sponsored by PSR. First Unitarian Church, 12th and SW Salmon. The first hour includes a panel of
expert speakers including ACLU representative from Eugene, where a resolution against the Patriot
Act was passed. The second hour will be a dicussion with interested elected officials and community
members about possible actions. There will be child care and separate children's discussion
groups. There is a $1-$5 donation, no one turned away. For more info: 503-274-2720