April-May, 2002 Worship/Program
(All from 4-6 p.m. Sundays at the church cottage, 3449 West River Road, Grand Island, unless otherwise specified. SUNDAYS in BOLD; other events of interest in italics.)
Quality Quest Coalition of Grand Island Speaker:
Sally Cunningham, Master Gardener, at Eco-Island, 7 p.m.
DeMare, "Windmills, Solar, and
Geothermal Units: An Alternative
Energy Plan for New York State."
Joe has studied wind power as an
alternative energy source for 20 years and started his own company, Alternative
Energy Corporation, to make wind power a reality in New York State.
He is vice-chair of the Erie County Green Party.
LASC Coffeehouse: Farmworkers
in Our Backyard & Globally, 7-9 p.m., Caudell Hall lounge, Buffalo State
Campus (894-2013 for information and parking permits)
Local press conference/send-off (19th) for demonstration in
Washington, D.C.(20th) and vigil with Women in Black at Elmwood/Bidwell
Pkwy from 12-1 p.m. on the 20th
(Info: Peace Center:
Carron/Andrew Savoy-Burke/Colin O'Malley from the WNY Sweatshop Awareness
Project will speak on their organizing efforts at Lancaster High School, Buffalo
Seminary, and Canisius High School.
Sabbath. We will re-chip paths and
begin constructing an outdoor labyrinth (2-4 p.m.).
Boots and work-clothes recommended.
Soup, bread, fruit provided. Tools,
wheelbarrows, music welcomed.
BUSINESS; also Western Association Meeting (Lockport UCC)
Bol will lead a discussion based on Donovan Webster's book, Aftermath:
The Remnants of War. Why war
never ends…. Celebrate Mother's
Day in historic fashion!
among World Religions," NoRC/AMC forum (call for info: 882-4793).
(Coalition for Economic Justice) Annual Awards Dinner (892-5877 for info)
Sherman - Friends of the Buffalo Niagara River.
FBNR monitors and advocates for local rivers and provides hands-on
project suggestions for grassroots involvement.
Especially important contact for Grand Island environmentalists and wanna-be
Coffeehouse: Update on weapons
testing on Vieques, Puerto Rico (894-2013 for info)
Our Gifts Theme: Memories
Call Shirley at 992-3038 or June at 773-1426 for