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Town Hall Meeting, Tulsa. Make yourself heard: "U.S. Out of Afghanistan!"

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Town Hall Meeting, Tulsa. Make yourself heard: "U.S. Out of Afghanistan!"

Time: February 18, 2010 from 5pm to 7pm
Location: Central Center at Centennial Park, on 6th Street
Street: 1028 E. 6th St. (close to Peoria Ave)
City/Town: Tulsa
Event Type: anti-war
Organized By: Mark Manley, MoveOn Council in Tulsa; and the TPF Steering Cttee
Latest Activity: Feb 24, 2010

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We meet at 5pm, today, together with MoveOn council members, to make ourselves heard inside/outside the town hall meeting called by Rep. Sullivan (R-OK1).

TPF joins with MoveOn for this civic action, Thursday Feb 18th, in Tulsa

Mark Manley, from the Tulsa chapter of MoveOn, writes:

"To make a change for the better you need to be heard!"

The location is roughly 6th St. & Peoria, just east of downtown. The public building for the meeting is across the street from the VFW hall on 6th Street.

Thursday, Feb. 18
5:00 pm
(Tulsa and Sand Springs)
Central Center in Centennial Park (also called Central Park by many)
1028 E. 6th St.
Tulsa

This is a public venue. Join us to hold TPF banners / signs outside, and/or to join the audience inside and ask pointed questions of your Congressional Representative, during the town hall meeting. Microphones for those asking questions are expected to be provided.

MoveOn is encouraging everyone to wear GREEN.

Lets get there early and fill the hall!

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Comment by Tony Nuspl on February 24, 2010 at 2:23pm
We met our first anti-war Republican, at last Thursday's activism. And he's running for office: Nathan Dahm came up to introduce himself and shake our hands. He's planning to challenge Sullivan in the Republican primary. Although TPF does not endorse candidates, one of our members already offered to help with his campaign, acting as an individual not on behalf of the Fellowship. I sure hope Dahm is ready to speak up against the Glenn Beck/Sarah Palin faction within the Republicans. For more info: www.nathandahm.com

Don't be a wallflower for peace -- join Tulsa Peace Fellowship for our next anti-war demonstration!

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