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AEP to Host Meeting on Transmission Line Thursday

American Electric Power will host a public information meeting from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28, in council chambers at the UA Municipal Building, 3600 Tremont Road.

The topic is a new 6.08-mile, 138,000-volt transmission line AEP proposes to run from south of Hilliard to Cannon Drive on the Ohio State University campus. According to AEP, the precise route the line will take is yet to be determined.

Construction is scheduled to begin this fall and be complete by summer 2009.

UAPA Debate Watching Party - Tuesday, February 26

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Arlington Banquets

1967 West Henderson Road [directions]
(next to Kroger, entrance and parking in the rear off of Nugent Road)

Donations welcome

7:30 p.m. - Appetizers and cash bar
(full menu available for carry out in adjoining Arlington Cafe)

8:00 p.m. - Pre-debate commentary by Dale Butland

Dale is an astute and experienced analyst of and participant in Ohio and presidential politics.

9:00-10:30 p.m. - Democratic debate at Cleveland State University
Moderated by Brian Willams and Tim Russert, NBC

11:30 p.m. - Time to go home to watch the pundits rehash the debate

For our planning purposes, we'd appreciate your making a reservation.
If you are unable to do so in advance, walk-ins are welcome.

While it is UAPA's policy to remain neutral during the primary, we strongly endorse spirited yet civil discourse, and ultimately a unified progressive front once the Democratic nominee is elected. We understand that it's easy to get emotionally charged during this process; however, it would be counter-productive for us to lose sight of the big picture.

Super Tuesday with OSU's Political Experts

Watch Super Tuesday primary returns with Ohio State's own political experts from 7-10 p.m. Tuesday (2/5) in the Faculty Club.

  • Paul Beck, professor of political science and dean, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences,
  • Herb Asher, professor emeritus, political science, and
  • Herb Weisberg, professor and chair, political science,

will provide live commentary, analysis and answer your questions as primary results roll in. The event is open to all. Admission is $10 with all proceeds going to the SBS Alumni Society Student Scholarship Fund.

RSVP to Jennifer.Storm@xerox.com

Ted Celeste Fundraiser

A party to help re-elect an outstanding Leader

TED CELESTE

to the Ohio House in 2008!

Cocktail Buffet

Thursday, January 17, 2008 from 6:30-9:00 p.m.

at the home of Barbara Sokol

2346 Fishinger Road

$150 suggested contribution per person

rsvp by January 11 to Dora at 614/487-8400 or dora@celestehomes.com

 

Iraq Take A Stand Town Hall

When: Tuesday, 28 Aug 2007, 7:00 PM

Where: Atrium of the Ohio State House
The Ohio Statehouse
Columbus, OH 43215

What: Take A Stand Town Hall: Our Take A Stand Town Hall and Stand Up Vigil is part of a nation-wide organizing drive to demand that members of Congress and the Senate take a stand with the vast majority of Americans who want a safe and responsible redeployment of American Forces from Iraq. Here in Columbus, we are calling on Representative Deborah Pryce and Senator Voinovich to vote with their constitutents against endless war.

Our event will include great speakers like Iraq war veterans and their families, a showing of our Take A Stand video highlighting the local anti-war organizing efforts from this past summer, as well as live entertainment. After the town meeting, there will be a Stand Up Vigil outside of the Statehouse.

The event location is handicap accessible and there is parking in the City Center.

Event for Pepper March 3, 2010

Wednesday, March 3
6:00 PM
Event for David Pepper candidate for State Auditor

Hosts: Mayor Coleman, John O'Grady, and Andy Ginther


Venue at Smith Brothers
580 N. 4th St.
Columbus, OH 4321

Judge Kim Cocroft Event March 10

Wednesday, March 10
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM


Birthday fundraiser for Judge Kimberly Cocroft

Franklin County Municipal Court

High Beck Tavern, 564 S. High St., Columbus, OH 43215

Suggested $50-$75

RSVP Leah Reibel 614.880.2303

www.judgekimcocroft.com

4th Annual UAPA Family Picnic in the Park with NY Times Best-selling Author, David Sirota

Make plans now to attend UAPA's 4th annual family picnic on Sunday, June 22 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Be prepared for an afternoon of live entertainment, popular picnic food (including vegetarian options), children's activities and good conversation!

At the event, we'll be unveiling our new yard signs, T-shirts and bumper stickers supporting the Obama candidacy -- come for the party and stay for the debut! Also on tap:

• Best-selling political author David Sirota, currently on tour promoting his new book THE UPRISING, will stop by and speak.

signup• You'll also have the chance to meet and greet many of the local candidates for office.

• As part of our committment to give back to our community, UAPA is sponsoring a good drive to benefit the Mid-Ohio Food Bank.

• Activities for the kids includes a visit by magician and storyteller ABC Mother McGoose from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., face painting, arts and crafts, corn hole toss and softball.

• Back for an encore visit is the Jim and Charley Band, playing many of your favorite oldies and contemporary hits!

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