Wednesday Community Calendar 2009 November 25

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Wed, 11/25/2009

Gobble Gobble Gobble Cascadia! This is Crystal, with the KBOO Community Calendar for Wednesday, November Twenty Fifth, 2009
The 4th Annual FREE Thanksgiving Day Brunch at the Eagles Aerie will be tomorrow from 8 AM to 1:30 PM. The Menu will include
Breakfast items such as: biscuits & gravy, sausage, pancakes, hash browns, and oatmeal. Traditional dinner items will be served as well
including turkey and ham.

Hats, gloves, scarves, coats, and blankets will be given away to those who need them, while supplies last. The address is 107
East 7th Street Vancouver, Washington 98660. Meals will be delivered for those who are homebound and send in a
request today. Call Dianna Bronkhorst today at (360) 326-3964,

(Thanksgiving Day request please call (360) 693-8119.)

For the past four years the Eagles have provided over 2800 meals to those in the community who are experiencing economic
hardship or simply have no place to go on Thanksgiving Day. Volunteers have donated countless hours to facilitate this event.
The Eagles Aerie is excepting donation of food, clothing, or money. Donors will be publicly acknowledged and thanked.

If this is a partnership in which you would like to participate or if you have any questions regarding this event, please e-mail bradfordw2 AT comcast DOT net (feel free to contact Dianna Bronkhorst at (360) 326-3964)
You are invited to join the "Portland Peace Choir" rehearsal every Wednesday at 7pm. Directed by Marion Van Namen, a music therapist who grew up in Holland who brings fresh perspectives that inspired the choir to go beyond the standard Americana Peace songs. Songs are chosen that honor all traditions and Peace Movements from around the world; Black Gospel, Native American songs, Christian Hymns, Hindu chants, and African anthems.
All levels and types of singers are welcomed open armed every Wednesday at 7pm. The Portland Peace Choir welcomes all voices." Contact Kristy Hellum
at 503 863-7900
AA meetings take place every Wednesday night at 6pm at Liberty Hall on NE Ivy Street. For directions or more information on Liberty Hall events
Also in the Liberty Hall tonight, the Portland Central American Solidarity Committee meets at 7pm. PCASC is a grassroots organization that strives to educate and mobilize community members, workers and students around struggles for human rights, social justice, and immigrant rights throughout the Americas. The General meeting is for anyone interested in Latin American Solidarity or fighting free trade agreements. Liberty Hall is located at 311 N Ivy, south and west of Fremont and Vancouver/Williams. For more information, visit
Keep Portland Green! Save Fareless Square! Each and ever Wednesday evening at 6pm is the weekly protest meeting for the Transit Riders Union at the Chit Chat Cafe near the PSU campus at 1906 SW Sixth. Whatever your mode of transportation, you have the right to steer public transportation. Call 503-222-2974 for more information.

--This has been the KBOO Community Calendar for Wednesday, November twentyfifth, 2009. To hear this announcement again or see more of the online calendar go to www DOT kboo DOT fm FORWARD SLASH Community Calendar, or call the front desk at 503 231 8032. Thanks for listening. If you love KBOO like I do, come on down to the homegrown station at 20 SE 8th Ave, just off of Burnside to sign up for a Volunteer Orientation. This is also the time of year to give thanks. Listen to the Genocide Cover Up Day Special tomorrow and give thanks for access to the truth by becoming a member or considering KBOO's entry, for the second year in a row, in the Willamette Week GIVE! Guide. Pick up the GIVE Guide at the studio or on the web at giveguideDOToaktreeDOTcom or kbooDOTorgKBOO on our website.

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