To celébrate the Holiday Season, WAND is holding a family pot) uck and will present Stan Harbison who will speak on The Soviet Union, the USA, and Peacemaking 1988." Stan Harbison, current member of the Ypsilanti School Board, will talk about his trip to the Soviet Union this past August He was a member of the National Council of Churches group that went to the Soviet Union in an attempt to help build peace through international cultural bridges and to help celébrate the 1OOOth anniversary of the Russian Orthodox Church. The celebration will be held on Sunday, December 11 , at St. Aidan'sNorthside Church, 1 679 Broadway, Ann Arbor (near Bursley-Baits on UWs North Campus). The family Potluck will begin at 6 pm. Ptates, flatware and beverages will be provided by WAND. Please bring a dish to pass. If your last name begins with: A-l bring a main dish, J-R bring a salad or vegetable, S Z bring a dessert The speaker will begin at 7 pm (note time change) and activities for the children will also begin trien. AH are welcome. For more information please cali 761-1718. PURPOSE: WAND-s goals are to edúcate ourselves and the public about the dangers of continued nuclear arms buildup, to influence our congressional representatives by nformed lobbying, and to empower people, especially women, personally and politically. MEETINGS & MEMBERSHIP: Meetings are held the 2nd Sunday ntght of the month at St. Aidan's Northside Church, 1679 Broadway, Ann Arbor. Cali our Information Hotline at 761-1718 for a message announcing important lobbying information, meeting times, and up-coming events Our Speakers Bureau provides trained speakers who wilt address groups, classes, and public forums and rallies on a variety of issues. Contact Tobi Hanna-Davies at 662-7869. Chüd care is available. Washtenaw County Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament, Inc. (WAND), P.O. Box 1815, Ann Arbor, Ml 48106-1815, 761-1718.
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