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Central America Education/Action Committee

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Parent Issue
Month
April
Year
1986
Copyright
Creative Commons (Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-alike)
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Agenda Publications
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(informal committee of Interfaith Councilfor Peace) Community Services Phone tree to lobby Congressman Cari Pursell and others against the continued militahzation of Central America. (Leave name, address and phone number at ICP office - 6631870). Speaker's Bureau and slide shows relating to Central America. (Cali Barbara Francisco 668-0249 toschedule). Beans and Rice Dinners every Wednesday 6 - 7:30 at Guild House, 802 Monroe. A donation of $2 for adults and $1 for children 6-1 2 suggested. We are now collecting materials for Betania Refugee Camp in El Salvador, the mission of Fr. Jim Feltz in Paiwas, Nicaragua, and the Border Witness: blue jeans, t-shirts, cotton clothing, and shoes for children, tennis balls, frisbees, garden trowels, sewing scissors, sewing machines, hammers and drills all in good condition and not in need of mending can be dropped off at the ICP office, (labled "MADRE"). Calendar Events Sunday, April 2, 7:30 PM: "An American Journey", a short film about a Witness for Peace Delegation to Nicaragua. Wesley Lounge, First United Methodist Church (corner of State and Huron). The public is welcome. Thursday, April 6, 1 1 AM and 6 PM: "An American Journey", a short film about a Witness for Peace Delegation to Nicaragua. St. Mary's Student ChapelGabriel Richard Center, 331 Thompson. The public is welcome.

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