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An Evening with David Bacon - flyer

Flyer for September 14, 2013 benefit dinner for the NH Program.

Program Booklet Information and Ad Order Form

Description and order form for ads in program booklet for "An Evening with David Bacon," September 14, 2013.

JusticePalooza: 7th annual local music extravaganza

Tuesday, April 9, 2013 - 6:00pm - 10:00pm

Cordials Tucson band

The Cordials' set begins at 8:30.

This year’s JusticePalooza features the following great local musicians:

6:30: Salvador Duran

Kim and Reggie Harris Concert to Benefit AFSC-NH

Saturday, November 10, 2012 - 6:00pm

Kim and Reggie Harris

Kim and Reggie

Kim and Reggie are energetic and much-loved performers.

However the election turns out, won't you be ready for a lift in your spirits and an evening of community when it's over?  Please join AFSC-NH for our annual fall fundraiser, featuring a dinner lovingly prepared by AFSC volunteers, a Silent Auction, and a performance by Kim and Reggie Harris .  Suggested donation is $15 to $75 per person as you are able.

Chicago Middle East Program Fundraiser Benefit 2011

Sunday, October 2, 2011 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Creating Connections, Renewing Commitments - AFSC Chicago Middle East Program Fundraiser

Honoring recipients of AFSC's "Inspiration for Hope" Awards

Alice Walker*, Anna Baltzer, Sami Kishawi - for their activism and commitment to a just peace in Israel and Palestine

Program will include a buffet luncheon.

Tickets $50/general admission; $25/student & low income

Seating is limited for this special event!

*Alice Walker's award will be accepted by Ali Abunimah on her behalf.

Puppets and People Celebrate Jane Kaufmann

DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE --- Dozens of ceramic finger puppets, joined by a few dozen more humans, gathered at the Dover Friends Meeting House on December 4 to celebrate the birthday of Jane Kauffman, of Durham. 

“It was a great way to honor Jane, a great artist and a dedicated peace activist,” said Ginna Schonwald, of Barrington, who helped organized the program.  

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