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Atomic war survivors visit Tulsa, 26th Sept

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Atomic war survivors visit Tulsa, 26th Sept

Time: September 26, 2018 from 11am to 1:30pm
Location: Student Union Auditorium, Tulsa Community College, SE Campus
Street: 10300 E. 81 st Street
City/Town: Tulsa, OK 74133
Event Type: cause
Organized By: Jeremy Kuzmarov
Latest Activity: Sep 14

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The event/time/place for the visit of hibakusha from Hiroshima/Nagasaki:

September 26, 2017, 11 AM - 1:30 PM
Tulsa Community College, SE Campus
Student Union Auditorium

10300 E. 81 st Street, Tulsa, OK 74133

Please note that the event will be held in the Student Union not in the Performing Arts Center as posted previously mistakenly.

Please see this updated attached flyer, print it off, and distribute it to whomever you can.

Atomic war survivors visit Tulsa, 26th Sept 2018

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