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Bush Protest Round 2 30.07.2003 01:49
Portlanders gearing up for Bush visit protest

Time to Plan for Bush Visit!
Last time Bush came to town, several thousand welcomed him with a spirited protest. When Ashcroft came to town, several hundred people showed up (with very little notice) to welcome him. With nearly a month to get ready, we should be able to organize a pretty large, powerful, Portland-style reception. I see that Black Cross has committed to support actions, as others surely will. But these few weeks before his visit will pass very quickly. We should get going on this right away. [ Read more... ]

Bush in Portland and Seattle Aug. 21-22 (and how Cascadia needs to come together)
SOS. Bush will be in Portland and Seattle on or around Aug. 21-22. The dates and locations of both events are kept secret (because this prez is too popular). Our Corporate press outlets have leaked this info to us. Now we have to organize to STOP BUSH'S TRIP TO CASCADIA. Our victory is a CANCELLATION OF THIS TRIP. [ Read more... ]

City of Portland should not pay for Bush's Aug 21 visit!
We should stir things up about our already bankrupted city having to foot the security bill for Bush visit that is strictly for campaign fundraising. Write the Mayor; Write letters to the editors; tell your friends to just say no! [ Read more... ]

Some info to consider whilst organizing the A22 Bush visit protests
The group Direct Action Against the War sent a startling precedent last March when they help build a spokescouncil to direct the actions in San Fransisco's Market Street District. The following is a series of press releases, fliers, and posters from their work. [ Read more... ]

[ special portland indymedia page: THE PEOPLE OF PORTLAND VS. BUSH, ROUND 2! ]


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POLITICAL PRISONERS 30.07.2003 01:38
"My Truth" by prisoner Jeff 'Free' Luers
Rage is what I feel
Forced upon me by a society
I call hell.
Whose schools force feed
patriotism and allegiance.
teach never question,
never rise,
never challenge the system.

They crammed these beliefs
down my throat
From the day I was born
until the day
I choked.


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CORPORATE HYPOCRICY 30.07.2003 01:35
"Made In Oregon stores" are a JOKE!
I was flying to Missoula, by way of Portland, when I found myself with way, way too much time on my hands, waiting in the Portland airport 3.5 hours for my next flight. Damn near could have driven to stump towne with that much time, damn near. So this being amerika, what did i do? The consumer thing. I went friggin' shoppin', but to a place I thought I could trust, the Made In Oregon store.

I purchased a really kool blanket, from Pendleton Woolen Mills, a type for a picnic or an outside concert like the Britt Festival in Jacksonville. The blanket rolls up and has two little handles like a little duffle bag, and it was Made In Oregon. But before I could get out of the store I looked at some Pendleton shirts all displayed on a rack near the entrance to the store, and this is where I nearly lost my lunch, my kool, and my Oregon pride. The shirts had labels printed "Made In Hong Kong."

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29.07.2003 06:32
Portland Zine Symposium Week! Now through August 3rd.
August 1-3 is the Third Annual Portland Zine Symposium held at PSU's Smith Center.

The Portland Zine Symposium is less than a week away and extra curricular events are starting already! So please consult the schedules below if you live in Portland, are already here or are coming soon, as these are fun events that are not to be missed, including our benefit Pirate Bonanza Kickoff Show Thursday night at Nocturnal (for details see below). Just to remind you, the Symposium itself is Friday August 1st to Sunday August 3rd. Following is a short list of events, pre-events, and some upcoming workshops at the IPRC.

www.pdxzines.com/ | Schedule of Events |Zine Capitalizes on Sexual Assault


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THINK GLOBALLY, ACT LOCALLY 29.07.2003 03:33
Globalization, sustainability, and cob benches at People's Co-op
The People's Co-op is one of the premiere examples of green-building in Portland. Despite the heat of summer, the store has been quite cool and comfortable thanks to a passive heat exchange system that works by circulating air through a pipe that goes 300 feet under ground. In the winter, rainwater will be collected in a reservoir and used for grey water purposes, such as in the toilets. The exterior siding and the porch's large pillars are of wood recycled from an old dock in Seattle. The cob walls offer insulation, and are decorated with delightful bas relief plants, trees, and sensuous, root-like curves.

But the beauty of the People's building is not found only in the simple elegance of its practicality; the process of creating it all has been an integral component of its appeal and success. Throughout the renovation and up to the present, people who visit the store have had the opportunity to observe, ask questions, and -- best of all -- participate themselves. For the past few days, people have been working on finishing the cob benches in front of the store. Working with earthy materials, patience, and a light touch, volunteers and staff have been putting a colorful smooth coating over the firm cob. The community and sustainability expressed in this project is only the latest illustration of the uniqueness that People's brings to the neighborhood and the city, a quality that could never be reproduced sincerely by a larger, corporate store such as the one that's threatening to move onto a site just a few blocks away.


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CASCADIA SUMMER 28.07.2003 14:21
Forest Defenders declare war over destruction of old growth ecosystem in Straw Devil sale
On March 24, 2003, following the death of Sparrow, a press release was sent out to announce the tree-sit and occupation of Straw Devil where some of Sparrow's ashes were placed. The press release included this quote:

"Sparrow will always be a part of the forest and will forever be inside each of us, affecting our thoughts and actions. Any attempts to log this forest will be akin to a declaration of war and is an audacious attempt to desecrate the sacredness of this forest," said Karla Wiley, a forest advocate and friend of Sparrow.

Basco Logging of Sutherlin, Oregon, under contract with Starfire Lumber (Engel Investors) of Cottage Grove along with the U$ Forest Service have just destroyed units 1 and 2 of the Straw Devil timber sale. They knew what this forest meant (especially these 2 units) and they knew that they wouldn't get it without a fight, so they sent in an infiltrator (and then that infiltrator was one of the people arresting our comrade after logging began); they orchestrated a "hard and fast" operation - building a road, marking unit boundaries, and felling trees - all at once -- completing the units in less than 2 days. More than 10 loggers and handfuls of law enforcement were sent in at once to do the job as quickly as possible. 4 units still remain uncut........

They have destroyed a sacred place and have desecrated the memory of Sparrow -- All in the name of GREED and PATRIARCHY. Friends of Sparrow will not forget and they will not forgive.....war has been declared. [ Read more... ]

Update on arrested comrade
The person arrested last week at the Straw Devil timber sale while active logging was occuring in units 1 and 2 showed up for their arraingment this morning in Lane County Court. They were informed that charges had yet to be filed against them because the investigation was still going on. The person was orginially told they would be charged with "Interfering with an agricultural operation". Now, they just need to wait and see if/when charges will be filed.

Logging is now complete at units 1 and 2 with the exeption of a small area surrounding the tree-sit in unit 2. All the trees are still on the ground - they have not been yarded out yet. Dozens of activists are now focusing attention on the other 4 units yet to be logged.

We need your help! We need more people in the forest , more people in town, and donations of money, supplies, rides to and from the forest, etc etc.[ Read more...]

Previous stories about the struggle at Straw Devil: [ Forest defense community mourns the loss of our friend Sparrow (14.Mar.2003) | Forest (dis)Service billboard in Eugene re-faced to memorialize Sparrow (14.Mar.2003) | friends of Sparrow announce occupation of Straw Devil timber sale ( 24.Mar.2003) | Womyns Occupation at Straw Devil Timber Sale in Cascadia's Willamette National Forest (2.Jul.2003) | Small Victory at Straw Devil Timber Sale (8.Jul.2003) | Forest defense needed immediately to stop logging in Straw Devil timber sale, where Sparrow's ashes are scattered (23.Jul.2003) | Update after Unit 1 logged-- arraignment & protest Monday July 28 (24.Jul.2003) | First Hand Account (24.Jul.2003) | photos of destruction at Straw Devil (28.Jul.2003) | Straw Devil declaration of war (28.Jul.2003 | Forest Defenders Needs List) | ] [ Cascadia Forest Defenders ]


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ALTERNATIVE MEDIA 28.07.2003 14:11
Pacific Green Party's Portland Metro Chapter launches newspaper
I stopped by the Red and Black to see what was up the other day and saw a stack of something called "The Green Zine" on the lit table. I always like to check out what people leave there so I picked it up and sat down with it. Turns out it's a new newspaper about local issues and events, and it's being produced by the Portland Metro Chapter of the Pacific Green Party. Now I'm not much one for electoral politics -- I don't see the point except at the very local level, and even there we need to overthrow it, not reform it -- but I do appreciate when people organize to inform the public about things that the corporate media ignores, and that's what the Green Zine is doing, and doing well in this first issue.

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WHITE COAT WELFARE 28.07.2003 11:34
Public Meeting on OHSU's Proposed Bio-Terrorism Lab
OHSU has applied for grants totaling $200 million dollars of federal tax money from the National Institutes of Health to build a biodefense lab at their primate research center in Hillsboro. This would be a Biosafety Level 4 laboratory, the highest level of biological security, which would house the most virulent contagions such as Ebola, anthrax, smallpox and Hantavirus. Some of these deadly diseases can be transmitted by air and have no available vaccine or treatment.

We need to make it known that Oregonians do not welcome this project. Please join other concerned citizens at a public meeting to speak out against the proposed lab.

What: Community Planning Organization (CPO #9) July meeting
When: Monday, July 28th at 7 PM
Where: Public Services Building 155 N. 1st Ave., Hillsboro, OR 97123 - Cafeteria (go in through the back door)

[ Bush's plans for 'deadly labs' run into trouble | Nonhuman primates are not furry-looking humans | Coalition To Abolish Animal Testing | In Defense of Animals | PROTEST OHSU BIODEFENSE LAB TONIGHT -- CARPOOL]


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GENTRIFICATION / SUSTAINABILITY 27.07.2003 14:42
Southeast Portland residents launch campaign to keep New Seasons out of their neighborhood
Residents of SE Portland who oppose the opening of a New Seasons grocery store in their neighborhood launched a campaign on Saturday, July 26, at the Clinton-Division Street fair. New Seasons is a local whole foods grocery store chain with four locations around the metro area. It caters to a higher-end clientele, and its prices put it out of the reach of most working class families. Residents fear that the opening of the New Seasons store will raise rents, increase traffic congestion, and adversely affect the People's Food Co-op, which has been a unique community institution for over 30 years.

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ELECTORAL POLITICS | HYPOCRICY 26.07.2003 23:31
Governor Dean's Police State of Vermont
In a 1997 Vt News Bureau interview, Dean admitted his desire to appoint judges willing to subvert the bill of rights. Now the fallout from Dean's appointments are before the US 2nd Circuit at Foley Square, NYC in two outrageous cases. Docket #s 03-7036, 02-6150, 02-6199, 02-6201 One case is being prosecuted by Washington, DC first amendment attorney Robert Corn-Revere against two of Dean's judges for their banishment of a Vermont "citizen-reporter" for life from all state courthouses because he criticized one of Dean's judicial appointees. The other case features Dean's judges violating Double Jeopardy, First Amendment, State law and the State constitution. See Docket No. 99-445 (Vt. Dec. 13, 2000), aff'g, Docket No. 167-1-99 WmCr (Windham D. Ct. Aug. 30, 1999) Both cases have been briefed before the Manhattan Court awaiting oral argument. Also filing a brief in federal court against Dean's appointees is the Thomas Jefferson Center For The Protection of Freedom of Expression.

Below are links regarding Dean's voicing his problem with the Bill of Rights. He constantly complains about "legal technicalities" (i.e. the Bill of Rights) as he did in the June 22 meet the press interview.


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US: THE MOST INCARCERATED NATION 26.07.2003 14:37
Three Statements from Political Prisoners to the Break the Chains Conference
The Break the Chains conference will be held Aug.8-10 at University of Oregon in Eugene. It is dedicated to fighting repression, supporting prisoners, and eliminating prisons altogether. By providing anti-prison education, building on existing prisoner support efforts, learning from veteran prison activists, and initiating new campaigns against the prison industrial complex, this conference is intended to initiate a new era of heightened prisoner support and anti-prison activism.

Below are three statements from prisoners to the conference.
Thomas Meyer-Falk: We are living in an era which began some years ago - people on the inside and outside are living in chains! It is important to focus on the worldwide inhuman and degrading treatment and punishment of convicted people, but we should not forget that the people outside of the prisons have their own chains....

James Rio Johnson: For the inmate serves his masters by jumping through his hoops like some beaten obedient caged dog, and the convict serves his state masters by enforcing backward criminal codes of racism, and creating petty gangland tyrannies that further oppress those on the inside, keeping everyone divided and thus more easily conquered by ODOC [Oregon Department of Corrections] totalitarian rule....

John Two-Names (Andy Riendeau): Regarding the current slave manufacturing system, I must keep in mind that the prison system is merely that which reflects the overall will of the system and Empire which it serves. It is the will of the Empire that it exists, and to try to abolish it without tearing down that which it serves is futile. Colonization, the process of building and maintaining empires, is directly related to the building of the Prison Industrial Complex. Historically, empires of every shade have been built upon the backs of the colonized, the slaves of the Empire - the US being no exception....


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CRITICAL MASS 25.07.2003 22:47
The Real report from Freeway Critical Mass
Freeway Mass Yes, the only truth that the media reported tonight is that we are "anarchists and anti-capitalists". The ride started in Hillsboro with more reporters and police than bicyclists. At about 6:15 with 6 regulars from the Portland C.M joined by 6 never-rode-mass-before Washington Co. riders, we sallied forth, first heading west to ride around GM's regional support center. some of their employees outside cheered us while we made noise riding around the building. We then headed a little further west to get on the Hwy, followed by 3 Hillsboro bike cops. We took a lane for about a 1/4 mile that did not have a bike lane south of the freeway and then headed east towards Beaverton. During the course of the ride we were handed off twice when we crossed city/county boundaries, the police CORKING FOR US as we crossed on and off ramps! [ Read More ] [ Critical farce ]

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CASCADIA SUMMER 25.07.2003 08:06
Old growth forest in Straw Devil sale being clear-cut; Forest defenders fighting to save it
From a first-hand account by an arrested forest defender:
I woke up before the sun rose yesterday morning, to the sound of heavy machinery rumbling on the forest road (FS 5875) near where I slept beneath stately old cedars in Unit 2 of the sale. It took me a moment to realize this was not the usual early morning parade of heavy machinery going to work on the railroad - this convoy was stopping right at the head of the trail into the unit. I snuck up to near the road and heard car doors slamming and voices shouting back and forth. I heard the words "spur road" and "crop unit boundaries" before I ran back to where other folks slept on the ground. They woke up and were scurrying into the trees in moments. I got out the camcorder.

And out of nowhere come a cadre of loggers, chainsaws slung over their shoulders. From the other directions, two Freddies (saying forest service law enforcement officers is just waaaay too respectful for their ilk, eh?) come hurtling over a log. One is the infamous Burckel (hell if I know if I spelled that right), and he shouts: "This is a logging operation! If you interfere, YOU - WILL - BE - ARRESTED!" He was followed by an oddly familiar looking man with a mustache who greets me like he knows me. And lo and fucking behold, he does. He showed up in the units two days prior with a bicycle claiming to be "interested in what we were doing to save the forest." Damn sketchy man was, indeed, a spy!

The Freddies went on their way, and immediately the loggers began cutting some of the beautiful cedars that inhabited the top of Unit 2. I stood less than five feet away from one logger (named Frank) as he bore down into the cedar's old trunk with his saw. [ Read more... ]

See also: "Old-growth trees on the Willamette left for dead" and "Update on Straw Devil Timber Sale destruction"
Original call-to-action, with updates: "Forest defense needed immediately to stop logging in Straw Devil timber sale, where Sparrow's ashes are scattered"
Environmental News Service story: "Activists clash with officials on Willamette National Forest"

Previous stories about Straw Devil: [ Forest defense community mourns the loss of our friend Sparrow (14.Mar.2003) | Forest (dis)Service billboard in Eugene re-faced to memorialize Sparrow (14.Mar.2003) | friends of Sparrow announce occupation of Straw Devil timber sale ( 24.Mar.2003) | Womyns Occupation at Straw Devil Timber Sale in Cascadia's Willamette National Forest (2.Jul.2003) | Small Victory at Straw Devil Timber Sale (8.Jul.2003) | Update after Unit 1 logged-- arraignment & protest Monday July 28 | First Hand Account ]


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Heartcircle Healing Space 25.07.2003 08:05
HEARTCIRCLE HEALING SPACE: Building the Soils of Activist Souls
Heartcircle Healing Space is a forest-based gathering designed to empower the healing work of people active in our communities. We honor as active anyone who cares enough to help create change, and we define as healing any effort that results in more power-with, instead of power-over, the people, the planet, and all life upon her. Plus, it's right the heck next to a forest of such towering trees and richly woven life, that it's just about indescribable. Swimming available.

The next Heartcircle events will be from August 8th-10th, followed by the National Pagan Cluster Gathering on August 15th-17th.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT Serena at (503) 781 - 1475 or email  heartcircle@care2.net

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WHITE COAT WELFARE 24.07.2003 23:00
Public Meeting on OHSU's Proposed Bio-Terrorism Lab
OHSU has applied for grants totaling $200 million dollars of federal tax money from the National Institutes of Health to build a biodefense lab at their primate research center in Hillsboro. This would be a Biosafety Level 4 laboratory, the highest level of biological security, which would house the most virulent contagions such as Ebola, anthrax, smallpox and Hantavirus. Some of these deadly diseases can be transmitted by air and have no available vaccine or treatment.

We need to make it known that Oregonians do not welcome this project. Please join other concerned citizens at a public meeting to speak out against the proposed lab.

What: Community Planning Organization (CPO #9) July meeting
When: Monday, July 28th at 7 PM
Where: Public Services Building 155 N. 1st Ave., Hillsboro, OR 97123 - Cafeteria (go in through the back door)

[ Bush's plans for 'deadly labs' run into trouble | Related action opposing bio-weapons lab at UC Davis | Nonhuman primates are not furry-looking humans | Coalition To Abolish Animal Testing | In Defense of Animals | PROTEST OHSU BIODEFENSE LAB TONIGHT -- CARPOOL | Ask A.C.D.S. to break ties with HLS ]


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DEMOCRACY AND RESISTANCE 24.07.2003 12:45
Bush to Visit Pacific Northwest Around August 20-22
According to sources, Bush will try to make appearances in the Pacific Northwest to try and bolster support for Republicans running for various offices. Although details will likely remain concealed from the public recent protests have shown how effective people can mobilize on short notice. [ Read More ]

Apparently, one stop Bush will be making will be at the University of Portland on August 20th. A call for help in organizing actions and protests has been put out. [ Read More ]

It seems that we may have two days to protest Bush, as he will reportedly be in town on August 21st. Or, is the mass media trying to pull our leg? [ Read More ]

Here is a compilation of reports from Bush's Last Visit


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YOUR TAX DOLLARS AT "WORK" 24.07.2003 00:52
Portland Police and Homeland Security Raid Peace Camp
Wednesday morning at 5am a dozen officers from both the Portland Police and Homeland Security raided the Portland Peace Encampment. Although the police threatened to arrest the sleeping demonstrators for "Obstruction as Nuisance" and "Interfering with an Officer," no one was actually charged. The police did, however, confiscate "abandoned" property from the Peace Camp. The raid lasted from approximately 5:02am until 5:33am.

The Portland Police involved in the raid were: Sergeant Sablan in command, Officers Engwiler, Brennen, Ho, Shaw, Winters, Whitcanack, Voeller and Bourasa, and Criminalist Barnes. In addition, Officer Johnson of Federal Protective Services of Homeland Security took part in the raid. The Portland Police used 7 squad cars and 1 Paddy Wagon, while FPS arrived in an SUV. [ Read More ]

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CASCADIA SUMMER CALL-TO-ACTION 23.07.2003 17:00
Forest defense needed immediately to stop logging in Straw Devil timber sale, where Sparrow's ashes are scattered
Sparrow in unit 2 of Straw Devil last summer during vole surveysCascadian forest activists have put out a call-to-action for all available hands to head to Eugene to help defend the Straw Devil timber sale in the Willamette National Forest near Oakridge. Logging on old growth forest has just started in units 1 and 2 of the sale; the ashes of the forest defender Sparrow are scattered in unit 2. This desecration of such a special place by Starfire Lumber (Engel Investors), of Cottage Grove, and contract logger Basco Logging, of Sutherlin, is a vivid illustration of the heartlessness of the timber industry in its pursuit of profit over everything else. The question, "Is nothing sacred?" has been answered by the timber barons with a resounding "No". The response from the Cascadian community must be swift, direct and decisive. The cutting must stop!

Carpools to Eugene are being arranged from the Cascadia Forest Alliance office at 1540 SE Clinton St. in Portland. Call 503.241.4879 to offer transportation or sign up for a ride. In Eugene, contact the Cascadia Forest Defenders at 541.684.8977 or stop by their office in the Grower's Building (5th & Willamette).

Previous stories about Straw Devil: [ Forest defense community mourns the loss of our friend Sparrow (14.Mar.2003) | Forest (dis)Service billboard in Eugene re-faced to memorialize Sparrow (14.Mar.2003) | friends of Sparrow announce occupation of Straw Devil timber sale ( 24.Mar.2003) | Womyns Occupation at Straw Devil Timber Sale in Cascadia's Willamette National Forest (2.Jul.2003) | Small Victory at Straw Devil Timber Sale (8.Jul.2003) | Update after Unit 1 logged-- arraignment & protest Monday July 28 | First Hand Account ]


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PRISONER SUPPORT 23.07.2003 07:04
Benefit Movie Showing for Break the Chains Conference
ACA STREET MEDIA PRESENTS... RADICAL MOVIE NIGHT!
What: Slam, starring Saul Williams and Sonja Sohn
Proceeds to benefit the organizing of the Break the Chains Conference in Eugene From August 8-10 at the Univeristy of Oregon

MONDAY July 28th 7pm At The Know. 2026 NE Alberta

SLAM -- "Freedom isn't out there, its in here... . Never give anyone the power to take away your freedom." - Sonja Sohn in Slam

Slam is a powerful work of cinema verite that portrays the story of a young black performance poet, Raymond Joshua (Saul Williams), who is arrested and imprisoned for a petty marijuana charge in a Washington D.C. jail. Although the confining prison walls do little to shield him from danger, it is within those walls that Raymond establishes his identity, strength and voice, and meets a prison gang leader...

For more info. Contact Anti-Capitalist Action at pdxaca@ziplip.com www.pdxaca.org


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HOMELESSNESS | SOCIAL SERVICES 22.07.2003 14:10
Sisters of the Road Cafe holding a training this saturday morning
I wanted to invite you to a free training taking place Saturday, July 26th from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon at the Cafe titled "Introduction to Community Organizing." The training will be facilitated by our Co-Founder Genny Nelson who is also our Program Director for Community Organizing and Systemic Change at Sisters. Please return e-mail me to sign up - and come a little early as we will have bagels and juice available. This is a great opportunity - I hope you will join us!

As part of our Bluegrass & Old Time Music Festival & Benefit that will take place September 12th - 14th (check out our website for more info!) we are having a silent auction at the Friday Night Hoedown. We would like to ask you, our community, to consider donating (a service, an item, something fun, creative, whatever) for that auction. Many of our members who are cooks donate a cooked meal or a cooking lesson in someone's home, others donate a house concert or lessons of some sort - how about you? Return e-mail to me if you are interested and I will send you the form to get you started. If you have already donated to the auction - thank you!

Sisters of the Road Cafe Web site


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