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Happy Hour & Wine Tasting with Dr. Helen Caldicott

March 20, 2012
Seattle, Washington

Spend the evening with Dr. Helen Caldicott …thought provoking…inspiring…& fun! JOIN US Tuesday, March 20, 5:30 - 8 pm Featuring a brief program at 6:30 pm, appetizers and Chaos red wine, hand-crafted and provided by our hosts.

Happy Hour & Wine Tasting

Dr. Helen Caldicott

Physicians for Social Responsibility leader, pediatrician and internationally-
reknowned speaker/author/expert in anti-nuclear education and advocacy

Hosted by Steve Gilbert and Janice Camp at their home (3711 47th Place NE, Seattle). Please join us for a memorable event that you won’t want to miss. 

A fundraiser to support Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility

RSVPs are appreciated…Call 547-2630 or tracy@wpsr.org

Directions to Janice and Steve’s:

3711 47th Place NE, Seattle 98105 

From the University of Washington main entrance, take 45th Street Eastbound toward University Village.

Travel down ramp, and at the bottom, turn left at the light; continue traveling on 45th Eastbound.

At 5-corner intersection (Baskin and Robbins on one corner; Tulley’s on another),
Turn right onto Mary Gates Way; stay on Mary Gates until it turns into 41st Street.

Stay on 41st as it goes up a huge hill; just past the crest of the hill, note stop sign.

Turn right onto 48th Avenue; travel southbound on 48th for 2 or 3 blocks; 48th will T.

Jog Left at the “T” (not a hard left), stay on 48th; then 48th turns into 47th Place NE.

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