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Frank Moore, Write-In Candidate for President 2008 Comes to S.F.!
by Frank Moore
St. Francis Square located on the south-west corner of Laguna St. and Geary Blvd. San Francisco Look for the BALLOONS to guide you to the square! Directions from the East Bay: -- After taking the 80 over the bridge, take the 101 Central Fwy off to the right toward the Octavia St. Exit -- Follow the Central Fwy all the way to the Octavia St. Exit, and go straight -- Octavia St. ends at Fell St. -- take a left up Fell. -- Take the first right at Laguna St. -- Go up Laguna St. -- You will pass Golden Gate, Turk, Eddy & Ellis Streets -- The first stop sign before you reach Geary Blvd. is where Laguna intersects Cleary Ct. on the right, and Galilee Ln. on the left. Now you should look for parking. The way to get to St. Francis Square from here is to walk down Galilee Ln., which is really a big parking lot. (Parking here is for residents of the apartments only.) At the end of the lot, there is a small tunnel off to the right which leads right into St. Francis Square. Look for the BALLOONS to guide you to the square! If you are coming from another direction, you just need to know that St. Francis Square is tucked into a number of apartment complexes on the south-west corner of Laguna & Geary. There are small lanes that can take you to the square. Off of Laguna St., it is located between Galilee Ln. (which is really a big parking lot), and Western Shore Ln.. Off of Geary, if you are walking east toward Laguna, there are several small lanes that can take you into the Square ... Bertie Minor Lane, Lottie Bennett Lane, and Annie Larsen Lane. Look for the BALLOONS to guide you to the square!

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