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Don't feel alone in your efforts to get Roundup OUT of your town or GMOs out of your schools! Gather a group of like-minded people easily on the 4th of July and pass out flyers at your local parade! Have a sign-up sheet to get in touch with new people afterward and take action together. Just one or two hours of meeting people and share our fantastic new flyer- "Why Eat Organic?" which covers health, farming & economy and climate change, will make such a huge difference for you and your community
Just take a few minutes to post your local pre-existing 4th of July parade or event today. Fill in the event details and then check your email for a free code to enter into our web store. Just pay to ship ( about $20) your box of free materials, ( worth $200+) and then share the event! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any issues.
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- Enter the exact street address for the event ( ie: 234 Main street, not cross streets) or it will not appear as listed on the map. If the parades starts at a cross streets, choose the nearest address you can find on google maps that is not a residence.
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Groton 38th Annual 4th of July Parade
Theme: America The Beautiful
Grand Marshal: Mark Oefinger
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
The parade travels along Route 1 from South Rd to the Groton Shopping Center at Drozdyk Drive. The reviewing stand is at the Chelsea Groton Bank.
Marchers drop off is at at the fork of Filter Plant Road and South Road near the
Nearest address to drop off point marchers is:
Groton Utilities treatment plant
1268 Poquonnock Rd, Groton, CT 06340
Local contact is LaDonna 860-705-0506
Moms Across America founder and director is coming with family and will bring some organic t shirts (for donation, if you can, 10-15 dollars, if not come anyway), other wise wear red white and blue. We have all the banners and materials. If anyone feels like bringing bubbles and red white and blue balloons and a black marker, please do. Bring water, snacks or picnic lunch too, we will bring some to share.
Can't wait to see you!
Help spread the word about healthy eating and avoiding glyphosate ( Roundup) and GMOs, while having fun at the Mendocino 4th of July Parade. The parade route wanders through the village of Mendocino adjacent to Mendocino Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
Check in at Crown Hall, 45285 Ukiah St, Mendocino, CA 95460 by 11 AM to find the number and location of the MAA group. The parade starts at 12 noon. Come early for parking!! For best parking I suggest to come by 10 AM, if not earlier, and plan to hang around to enjoy the sights and sounds of Mendocino, the village by the sea.
From the North: Take HWY 1 (also called shoreline HWY) south to Mendocino. Turn right at the stoplight which is Like Lake Road. From Little Lake Road, turn left on Lansing then take the third right which is Ukiah St. From Lansing St., turn right on Ukiah St. and go down about 1/3 mile to Crown Hall.
From the South: Take HWY 1 (also called shoreline HWY) north To Mendocino. Turn left at the stoplight which is Little Lake Road. From Little Lake Road, turn left on Lansing. From Lansing St., then take the third right which is Ukiah St. Turn right on Ukiah St. and go down about 1/3 mile to Crown Hall.
From the South, you can also turn right on Main St. from HWY 1. Take MainSt. to Woodard St. Turn right on Woodard St., to Ukiah st. and Crown Hall. Note: Main St. might be blocked off for the parade and you may need to take the Like Lake Road entrance to Mendocino.
Please Note: Depending on when you arrive, streets may be blocked off for the parade and you may have to walk.
Some signs will be available or you can bring your own.
You, your family, and friends, are welcome to join.
I hope to see you there.
Fourth of July parade. Just show up by 5:30 and a public servent will be at MD Hall with our line up number. Wear Red White and Blue and feel free to bring any paraphernalia that will contribute to the joy of the event, i.e. flags etc. We will have brochures to pass out and some water will be provided. Look forward to having you!
We need folks to walk and hand out flyers, or ride in car, or on bikes, skates, etc for this year's Carmichael Elks Fourth of July Parade and Open House, ending with fireworks at night.A full day of fun: pancake breakfast 7-11 am, parade at 10:30, at the corner of Marconi and Fair Oaks Blvd; Open house and bands in Elk's Lodge, Fireworks Show at night. A true community event.Call Jessica 916 715-2731 for information and to find our Moms Across America parade unit when you arrive. Help pass out flyers for the 2 mile walk down Fair Oaks Blvd, ending at Elk's Club at 5631 Cypress Avenue. You can park beforehand at Bel Air and shuttle back to join us and march, so you have your car at the end.www.carmichaeltimes.com/articles/2017/0511-Elks-Fourth-of-July-Parade/index.php?ID=3612http://carmichaelpark.com/calendar-upcoming-events/?mc_id=1086 info on full day of fun.
Come join us for this years March Against Monsanto. It's time we all take a stand! Help us tell Monsanto we don't want your GMO's!