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WNYMuslims: Pete Seeger Coming to the 46th Annual Dinner of the WNY Peace Center

09 Nov 2013 | 05:30 pm
Place : Buffalo Niagara Convention Center 153 Franklin St, Buffalo, NY 14202
Cost : Reservation is required
Phone : (716) 332-3904
Email : annualdinner2013@wnypeace.org
Pete Seeger Coming to the 46th Annual Dinner of the WNY Peace Center

The Western New York Peace Center is holding its 46th Annual Dinner on Saturday, November 9th, at 5:30 P.M. at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. Noted peace activist, singer and song-writer, and environmentalist Pete Seeger will share some of his music and inspiration. Also speaking will be the Rev. James Giles, local pastor and one of the leaders of the Buffalo Peacemakers who are working to reduce violence in Buffalo, and Rae Kramer, peace activist and opponent of the use of drones for assassinations. Pete Seeger will bring his famous songs and witness to the gathering and celebration.

For reservations, or to reserve tabling space, please call (716) 332-3904, or visit www.wnypeace.org (today if possible as we have to give the Convention Center an approximate count) or email annualdinner2013@wnypeace.org. Please bring your checkbook and/or cash, too – you may want to buy some of the wonderful calendars and other items, bid on baskets etc. at silent auction, or get a chance on the magnificent quilt donated for fundraising at the dinner.

Please also spread the word (and forward this notice on).

Thanks, Peace, and – as the Afghan Peace Volunteers say, Love is how we ask for Peace.  Vicki

The Western New York Peace Center is a not-for-profit membership organization that provides people in Western New York with opportunities to learn about and act constructively on a variety of local and global issues related to peace, human rights, and social justice, while simultaneously working towards violence prevention in the WNY area. The organization came into existence in 1967, formed in opposition to the Vietnam War as a chapter of Clergy and Laity Concerned made prominent by Dr. Martin Luther King’s Riverside Church address.