Wed., Jan. 18, 7:00 pm
Del. Co. Wage Peace & Justice meeting
Peace Center in Springfield
(Note: New meeting date, 3rd Wednesdays,
determined by your answers to our online questionnaire.)
Directions to the Peace Center: From I-95, take Rte. 476 north to the Springfield Exit (Exit 5), and follow signs to get onto Rte. 1 north. As soon as you get on Rte. 1 north, stay in far right lane in order to take Rte. 320 north, which will be a left turn. On Rte. 320, go one block to the light at Old Marple Rd. (at the Mr. Car Wash). Go right on it for one block, where you intersect Old Sproul Rd. and there is a stone wall directly ahead, with an opening. Drive in there and park in the lot on your right. The Peace Center entrance is the standard sized door up a few steps near the parking lot. If the parking lot is full, there is space in the large parking lot across the street.
Or take the #110 bus, which runs from Penn State U./Granite Run Mall to 69th St. Terminal. Get off at the intersection of Rts. 1 and 320. Walk one block north on 320, turn right at the light (Mr. Car Wash), walk one block, and go through the stone gate. The Peace Center entrance is the standard sized door, up a few steps near the parking lot.
Peace Center address: 1001 Old Sproul Rd., Springfield.
The phone # at the Peace Center is 610-328-2424.
Turn the Tide Against War / Bring Home PA National Guard!
EVERY FRIDAY EVENING - beginning July 22nd
4:00 to 6:00 pm
Led by a PA National Guard family member who has recently joined us, we will be protesting the Iraq war and calling for Bringing Home the PA National Guard.
Come to the Manoa Shopping Center on Rte. 3 (West Chester Pike) at Eagle Rd. Look for us across from the Starbucks, just east of the Manoa Shopping Center. There is plenty of parking.
In case of inclement weather, call 610-853-2793
W Chester Pike At S Eagle Rd
Havertown, PA 19083
We will have signs, or bring your own.
U.S. public opinion is now 60% in favor of a partial or full withdrawal of U.S. troops
from Iraq. Let's build upon that and show the public that there is a PEACE MOVEMENT IN DELAWARE COUNTY TO JOIN!
We are working to build a statewide campaign to BRING HOME THE PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD. This campaign is part of a United for Peace and Justice-endorsed effort to organize state-by-state across the country to oppose the use of the National Guard in Iraq. It will offer us an opportunity to focus on state representatives and other officials, and tactics might include local resolutions, referenda, hearings before the state legislature and other bodies on the local impact of the war in Iraq.
Contact us if you would like to help get this campaign rolling......
Visit our campagn blog and share your ideas.