PPJ is at the county fair this week

“Meet me at the Fair!
We invite you to stop by our booth at the Sandusky County Fair this week, Aug. 21 – 26!  People for Peace & Justice’s booth will feature two actions:
1. Still registered to vote?  Check here! 
We’ll help fair-goers check their voter registration online and/or give them info to do it at home.  If they’re not registered, we’re prepared to help them register on paper or online.
2. Sign our  “We Welcome Immigrants” sign. 
We’ll take the finished signature posters to the offices of our members of Congress.  The posters will also make a trip to DC in January (with Josie) to be photographed in front of the White House!
 
Read our giant poster about immigrants’ impact on our economy!
 

Here’s a sneak preview of our big sandwich board which will be in the entrance of our tent starting tomorrow morning!

When your feet get weary, please stop by our tent to sit down and hang with us for a while. Let’s enjoy some good conversation together!
Our booth is right across from the restrooms on the Rawson Avenue side of the fairgrounds. We’re within shouting distance of the Democrats’ tent.
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Thanks to the folks who set up the booth this morning:  Elaine Bast (booth chair), Dave Pasch, Dave Johnson (easel construction), Judy Donnan (posters), Mike Ryan, and the Setzlers.  And a big thank you to Ed Schleter and Dave Pasch for lining up our great roster of volunteers to staff the booth!  Sincere thanks to our many supporters who donated during 2017 and 2018.  You’ve made it possible to do this booth without a special fundraising drive this year!  Hats off to all of you who have shown solidarity in one way or another.
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Remember…
“Meet me in St. Louis, Louis,
Meet me at the fair,
Don’t tell me the lights are shining
Any place but there…”
We hope to see you this week!
People for Peace & Justice Sandusky County

P.S.  We’ll be posting photos this week on our Facebook page and on our website.

 

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