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UAPA periodically hosts the Blue Brunch as a fundraiser for our organization. Funds from this event are used to support educational events, contributions to progressive candidates, and political activities such as getting out the vote.

2013 Events Archive

Events taking place during 2013.

Story Archive - 2013

Stories occurring during 2013, including UA City Council and School Board elections (Carol Mohr won a seat on the School Board).

Last Chance to Register for the 2013 Blue Brunch!

REGISTER & PAY ONLINE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Register for Blue Brunch on November 17 - Ed Fitzgerald! Entertainment! Silent Auction!

UAPA's 3rd Annual Blue Brunch featuring Ed Fitzgerald

Online Registration

Join UAPA for a BLUE BRUNCH - 2010

Join UAPA and the Host Committee

Jeff and Carol Folkerth Melodee Kornacker

Phill and Jo Fulton William and Kathy Panning

Patricia Hadler Bill and Renee Shkurti

Herb and Melissa Hedden Barbara Sokol

 

for a

Blue Brunch

Sunday, September 12, 2010 - 11:30 am to 2:30 pm

 

APPETIZERS ENTREE DESSERT

The Saveanu Residence The Tovell Residence The Fox Residence

3427 Sunset 1157 Millcreek 2616 Wexford

 

Menu highlights: shrimp shooters, French toast and praline strata, grilled salmon and lively libations

$75 per person

Please make checks payable to Upper Arlington Progressive Action and mail to:

UAPA Blue Brunch, 2491 Lane Road, Upper Arlington, OH 43220

 

If you can't attend, please consider making a contribution.

 

Space is limited -- be one of the first 50 to respond by September 4! Questions: Call 481-9455.

 

UAPA has been a progressive voice in our community and has been a catalyst for activism. The stakes are tremendous this year, and every vote we can mine in Upper Arlington will be crucial in keeping our state and our country on the right course. Your contribution will be used to directly support the efforts of Democratic candidates to win votes in UA.

 

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