VOTE TODAY March 12, 2013 if your town is holding elections.
Tuesday, March 19 – 5:30 – 7:00 PM – Merrimack County Democrats’ St. patrick’s Day and Spring progress party at the Barley House.
Thursday, March 21 – 12:30 to 2 PM – Prof. Marc Ellis – “The Future of Israel and Palestine” Lecture at UNH. Rm 203 MUB
Prof. Ellis is a Jewish theologian who has studied and written about Jewish ethical values and the moral crisis of post-Holocaust Jewish identity as it has become increasingly identified with the politics of America and Israel. He will address the moral problem of the oppression of Palestine by Israel.
Saturday, March 23 – 6 PM – Dover Democrats’ FDR Dinner
The Dover Democratic Committee’s always-popular annual FDR dinner is coming up soon – it will be on Saturday, March 23, at Niles Community Center at 6 p.m. Everyone in the county, the state, and points near and far is invited. This is the sixth annual Franklin Delano Roosevelt spaghetti supper. It’s hosted every spring by the Dover Democratic Committee. Tickets to the event are only $15 for adults and $5 for children. You can be a Sponsor for $25, including one ticket, or a Patron for $50, including one ticket.
Niles center is located on Union St. off Court St., just south of downtown Dover. The dinner will include a magnificent salad, home-cooked spaghetti and meatballs, and delectable desserts.
Proceeds from the FDR dinner will go toward electing all of the Democratic candidates – Federal, state, and local — on the Dover ballot in 2014, with particular attention paid to helping our state representative candidates.
Let us know now whether you are coming – respond to email@example.com or 749-3899.
Saturday, March 30 – 10 AM to 2 PM – “Move the Money” Strategy Workshop – NH Peace Action – 4 Park St., Concord
SPR has decided to participate in the Move the Money campaign sponsored by national Peace Action. This effort will serve as a vehicle over the coming year for average people to voice their opinions and demands regarding military spending. The goal is to have communities throughout the United States publicly support reducing military spending by 25%. The money saved would then be directed to critical budget shortages facing virtually every community in our country. We will select communities within the Seacoast region to organize support for municipal resolutions or warrant articles to call for federal action to meet human needs – by moving the money!
If you are interested in helping with this project in any way please contact Sandra Yarne at firstname.lastname@example.org.