[act-ma] 4/26 Party for United American Indians of N.E.

Charlie Welch cwelch at tecschange.org
Mon Apr 21 06:09:07 PDT 2008

Sent in by danthbagelman at msn.com

    Friends, do plan to come to my fundraiser for UAINE on Saturday. I
    set the party for 6 to 8 pm so that those with other doings later in
    the evening can still drop in and show support. Please broadcast
    this invitation to your lists -- your buddies are welcome. It will
    be fun, and Chef KT Leary's spread alone will be well worth it.

        Thanks for your support!
        Linda Simon
        617-623-7418 ext. 1
        */Linda Simon <Simon2004 at yahoo.com>/* wrote:

                 ~~14 William St., off College Ave., Davis Square,
            Somerville, MA 02144.  Four blocks from the Davis Sq T
            station ~~

            Dear friends,
            Come celebrate one of our most dedicated community
            organizations, the United American Indians of New
            England (UAINE) and its educational branch, the
            Metacom Education Project. Meet a UAINE leader, enjoy
            music, an art display, wine and great food by
            professional chef KT Leary! Suggested donation: $10.

            Please spread the word by forwarding this invitation
            to your circle of potentially interested or
            progressive contacts. To encourage additional
            donations to UAINE, we offer door prizes, and
            opportunities such as chair massages by licensed
            masseuse Joanne Mullan.
            This fundraiser will support Metacom's and UAINE's
            outreach, including the social dinner which
            immediately follows the National Day of Mourning
            (NDOM) observance, held on U.S. Thanksgiving day in
            Plymouth since 1970. More and more people show up for
            the observance and the social every year -- including
            buses from New York and Maine, and others who come a
            significant distance to hear the truth about Indian
            history and causes. It's a profound, consciousness
            raising event that brings together supporters from
            diverse communities. 

            There are so many urgent causes. I hope that I can
            count on your support in broadcasting this event,
            attending, and celebrating with us. Thank you.
            /Linda Simon/


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