[act-ma] Occupy Augusta One Year Anniversary Picnic
rleisnerrfm at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 1 06:26:25 PDT 2012
Join Occupy Augusta
for a rendezvous to celebrate the one year anniversary of Occupy Augusta! It
has almost been a full year since the beginning of Occupy Augusta and it is
safe to say the experience of Occupy has affected all of us in some capacity.
While Occupy Augusta as a group has dispersed through the year, we still hold
many of the concerns we did when we began to Occupy last fall. Since Occupy
many of us have gone on to continue to make a positive difference in our
On Sunday, October 14th at 1:00pm in Capital Park members of Occupy
Augusta will be gathering for a picnic in recognition of our one year
anniversary. We will be celebrating knowing each other, our shared
experiences and the progress we have made. This will also serve as a great
opportunity to reconnect (and connect as hopefully some new faces will be
there) and to talk about the political/social work we have gone on to do and
how others can become involved.
We hope to see everyone
there. The chance to celebrate each other and our passions occurs all too
infrequently, so don’t miss the opportunity. Bring food/drink to share if you
would like or just bring yourself! Drummers needed! Photos from Occupy Augusta can be found at
go to this gallery:
Occupy Augusta at Capitol Park in Maine
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