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|San Rafael>LBAM Aerial Spraying and Moth Eradication Town Hall Forum/MPJC Monthly Potluck|
|Date||Monday July 28|
|Time||6:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
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it probably only end sometime around 9:30pm
MPJC meets at 7 p.m.every Monday night at the
First United Methodist Church,
9 Ross Valley Dr., San Rafael. Come join us.
Phone - 415.287.3792 or email jimmyjustice [at] gmail.com
SPECIAL TOWN HALL POTLUCKS - WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS
Right before miracle mile going to san Anselmo form san rafael
between mcdonalds and united market and other side of street
|Event Type||Party/Street Party|
|davidquinley [at] aol.com|
|Phone||415 479 1888|
Monday July 28, 6:00 pm Potluck Dinner http://www.mpjc.org
Special Town Hall and Potluck
Aerial Spraying and Moth Eradication
“It’s Not Over!”
in San Rafael
7:30 pm Town Hall Forum
at First United Methodist Church
9 Ross Valley Drive, San Rafael
Come for dinner then join leading activist Frank Egger and medical expert Dr. Ann Haiden for an enlightening update on the Stop the Spray campaign.
The State of California recently postponed and modified its plan to conduct aerial spraying of the Bay Area, due to enormous public outrage and opposition from local officials, environmentalists, scientists and doctors. But the State still plans to eradicate the Light Brown Apple Moth. Long-time Fairfax council member and environmental leader Frank Egger will tell how a wonderful grassroots campaign continues to fight California’s powerful state-sponsored agricultural industry, including plans for litigation. Dr Ann Haiden’s presentation will draw from her recent report on health hazards of particles and toxins in the spray, and will cover public safety issues. A short documentary film will also be shown.
For information contact Craig Slater at 721-7241 or craigyes [at] sbcglobal.net.
Sponsored by Marin Peace and Justice Coalition and First United Methodist Church
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