Monday, September 08, 2008

Somethings happening . . .

Lots of stuff is going on this fall. With students back on campus, campaigns in full swing, and important issues rolling headlong into the mix, it's going to be hard to attend everything!

A few things we can do will help. First, please email with your calendar items so I can put them on the list (right column, scroll down). Second, please check to see what else is happening before scheduling an event if at all possible. Every season we seem to end up with several days of overlapping important and great programs.

Third, if anyone would like to help me keep this calendar up to date in a timely manner (I have a busy life, too!) I would very much appreciate it! Please email me and we can discuss.

(Fourth - if you haven't yet signed up to volunteer for a campaign - DO IT NOW! Volunteers are desperately needed!)

In the meantime, just a note of a few important upcoming events.

On Sept. 10, the UW-L Obama campaign will kick off at 6 p.m. in Valhalla, Cartwright Center. Voter registration, speakers and more.

Also on Sept. 10 from 5 to 7, a reception for Cheryl Hancock will be at the Pump House with Jennifer Shilling and other elected officials.

Also on Sept. 10 (see what I mean!?), the great film, Why We Fight, will be shown at the Franciscan Spirituality Center on Market St. at 7 p.m.

One last calendar note: on Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. the American Friends Service Committee "Speak for Peace: U.S. Veterans and Iraqis Creating the Way Forward" will be held in room 337 Cartwright Center, UW-L.

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