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Happy Hour with Dr. Catherine Thomasson

May 11, 2012
Seattle, Washington

Time: 4:30-6:30 pm
Location: Irwin's Cafe at Hydro House 1201 B Eastlake Ave. East (next to Zymogenetics, across the street from Lake Union)

Spirited talk & spirits...yummy appetizers ...sailboats tacking on Lake Union...FREE parking

You & a guest are cordially invited

"Environmental Health News From Inside the Beltway"
Featuring Dr. Catherine Thomasson,
Executive Director, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Washington, D.C.

Get inspired ! - Get involved ! - Get your questions answered !

Hanford Cleanup – Work for a toxic free world  -  Food as public health issue  - Prevent nuclear & coal-fired power plants - New carbon standards  - Military spending  - Peace & Security - Hydraulic fracturing

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

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