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Three things

From: user 4.
Sent on: Thursday, September 20, 2007 7:33 AM
This is my first-ever post to the group, and to save emails, I'm combining three distinct items into just this one message. 
1.  I'm looking for a pagan-friendly printer in the Portland area, someone comfortable with pagan spirituality and images.  I need a printer--not a copy place.  Please pass along any recommendations and contact information, based upon either your own experience or general knowledge.  Being new to the area, I decided that asking the three meetup groups to which I'm subscribed, would be a promising way to pursue this information.  I don't want to get into a discussion of the project I'm engaged in, as I have a number of technical questions to put to the printer, and accordingly don't yet know what's feasible.  Thanks for any leads you can provide.
2.  Meeting during days is far preferable to me than evenings.  I have noticed at least one other person who declined to attend meetups because of this very issue.  Are there others of us who would like to meet, even in a small group, during days? 
3.  There is a rally and march against the Iraq war on the 29th, a Saturday.  The assembly point will be at Flanders at the Park blocks, at 11:00 a.m.  I understand there will be a smaller, feeder march beginning at the recruiting station downtown, but for more information about this, you should call Peace & Justice Works, at 5032363065. 
Another of the things I'm looking for as a recent arrival in Portland, are people whose spirituality naturally entails actively trying to heal the world.  Now that the icecaps are melting, maybe more people will agree that rituals are not enough.  Hope to see some of you at the rally--I can't march, but I'll be there to give the support of my presence.  Blessed Be.

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