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'Audacity of Hope' Book Club Meeting, 3rd meeting (2008)

We're reading Chapters 7, 8 and 9. Feel free to come even if you haven't attended any of our previous meetings.

Audio of the prologue and first 5 chapters are available on the UAPA web site. Registration and login required to access this audio.

The meeting will be held at the home of Jo-Ann Prater, 2000 Malvern Road (map), Upper Arlington.

Please RSVP below so we know how many cookies to bake!

Audacity of Hope Book Club Meeting, 1st meeting

Assignment: Read or listen to Prologue and Chapter 1 (Republicans and Democrats), Chapter 2 (Values) and Chapter 3 (Our Constitution). Login required to listen to the audio.

When: Thursday, July 10th, 2008 at 6:30pm

Where: The home of our gracious host, Barb Falkenberg, 2501 Onandaga Drive

Obama Organizing Meeting

Please join us this Thursday for the Campaign for Change

Sen. Barack Obama's
Franklin County Campaign for Change

Organizational Kick-Off Meeting

When: Thursday, July 17 at 7:00 PM

Where: Plumbers & Pipefitter Local Union 189
1250 Kinnear Road, Columbus, Ohio 43212 (map)

Join organizers from Barack Obama's Campaign for Change for an organizational meeting. Learn about the campaign plan to win Franklin County for Democrats.

Get involved! Plan to attend this very important meeting.

The Obama campaign is a grassroots movement of volunteer leaders who organize and work within their own communities.

For more information and/or to RSVP visit http://my.barackobama.com/page/event/detail/4gv4h

Obama Campaign Regional Field Directors :

  1. Northern Franklin County: Max Blachman
  2. Southern Franklin County: Heidi Johnson-Young

March in support of Obama

March for President Obama

 

Take a stand against the Party of No this week! Be part of the PARTY OF YES (WE CAN)

President Obama will be in Columbus on Wednesday, Aug. 18, to raise funds for deserving Democratic candidates up and down the ticket this November. The Tea Party is planning a huge rally to oppose his policies. In response, we need to show our support for the president!

Help make signs on Tuesday, Aug. 17. Then march Wednesday morning.

Sign making: 7 p.m., Ohio Democratic Party Headquarters, 340 East Fulton Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215. Have a little fun, get creative and say what you want to say in support of YES.

March: 10:30 a.m., meet at ODP and walk to site of President Obama's speech in downtown Columbus. Finish around 1:30 p.m. Wear BLUE to support all Democrats in Ohio. Homemade signs welcome. Examples: Thank you President Obama, Vote 2010, Keep Ohio Blue, Fight for Ohio's Future, We're Fighting for Ohio's Future, We've Got Your Back, President Obama

Put on your walking shoes,

WEAR SOMETHING BLUE
Gather up your wit,
Raise your voice, and
Let them know: We won't take NO for an answer!

For more information, contact Katie Kelly at kellyk@dnc.org

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