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SACRED PLACES ALL AROUND US: RECLAIMING OUR COMMUNITIES, ASTORIA, NOVEMBER 19

RiverVision is hosting a one-day forum on building community solidarity and local sustainability, in Astoria on November 19. Ya'll Come!!
WILDCOAST and City Repair Project to speak in Astoria

Saturday, November 19, 2005, 9:00AM-4:30PM at the Astor Library Flag Room
450 10th Street

RiverVision is sponsoring
SACRED PLACES ALL AROUND US: RECLAIMING OUR
COMMUNITIES, a one-day forum on building community solidarity and local
sustainability,
at the Astor Library Flag Room from 9 to 4:30 on Saturday, November 19.

Local organizations and businesses will be hosting informal open houses during the lunch break.

In the evening, Heather Christie and the Bond Street Blues Band will play
a Dance for the River Benefit from 8:00-11:00PM at the Eagles Lodge-894
Commercial Street, Astoria.

Forum Speakers Include:

Serge Dedina--Executive Director of WILDCOAST, San Diego, Calfiornia
Jan Semenza-- Associate Professor of Public Health at PSU and Board
Director of the City Repair Project, Portland, Oregon
Vivi Tallman -- Lower Nehalem Community Trust, Nehalem, Oregon
Marissa Rosati -- Pipeline Safety Trust, Bellingham, Oregon
Peter Huhtala -- Pacific Marine Conservation Council , Astoria, Oregon
Mike Buettner -- Humboldt Bay Stewards, Eureka, California
Brent Foster -- Columbia Riverkeeper, Hood River, Oregon
Rose Priven -- People for Responsible Prosperity, Warrenton, Oregon


Donations appreciated; no one turned away because of inability to pay.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact Samantha Duncan at RiverVision,503.325.4485