• Vegan Toastmasters: Speak for the Animals, Planet & Our Health

    Grace Lutheran Church

    Dear UAALA members,

    Check out a neat local community group of like-minded people who care about animals and the environment where you can learn new things and practice your speaking skills in a supportive comfortable environment.

    As a guest or member of Vegan Toastmasters, you just might:

    - Learn to gracefully handle sensitive situations with family, friends and coworkers
    - Identify effective techniques to persuade and inspire as an activist
    - Make long lasting friendships with other vegans
    - Develop your self-confidence as a public speaker
    - Refine your PR speech for your animal-friendly product or service
    - Chat with vegans about important issues and local events
    - Build skills and make a difference for animals, your health and the environment

    Meeting Time:
    3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Location:

    Grace Lutheran Church (Parish Hall upstairs)

    4427 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230

    Feel free to forward this message to others you think may be interested. Better yet, bring a friend!

    If you have any questions, feel free to call or text Armaiti at [masked].

    More info at our website:http://www.vegantoastmasters.org (http://www.vegantoastmasters.org/)
    Become our friend on facebook: http://facebook.com/vegantoastmasters

    About Vegan Toastmasters The mission of Vegan Toastmasters is to provide a supportive, encouraging environment for members to develop their speaking and leadership skills, thus enabling the members to more effectively spread the message of respect and compassion for all of our fellow beings, and the message of a healthier body and planet through dietary choices. Founded in 1924, Toastmasters International has helped over three million people worldwide to become more effective speakers. Toastmasters' time-proven formula for speaking success revolves around attending meetings and working through its Basic and Advanced Manuals. In addition to improving speaking skills, working through the Toastmasters program will improve leadership, listening, writing, and evaluation skills as well. People interested in Toastmasters or veganism can visit the club as a guest for free.

    Hope to see many of you there!

    Cheers,

    Armaiti

  • *N.I.C.E.* Leafletting & Video Vegan Outreach on Third Street Promenade

    Dear UAALA members: How can you make the most of your time for animal advocacy? Please join us in "Nicely Inspiring Compassion Everywhere." In just 1-2 hours, you can expose HUNDREDS of people to factory farming's horrific impact on animals, the environment, and people! We add a high-tech boost to the classic advocacy techniques of tabling and leafleting by projecting hard-hitting videos like "Meet Your Meat" (http://www.meat.org/) and excerpts of "Earthlings" (http://www.earthlings.com/) onto a large screen right there on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade, which has very high pedestrian traffic including tourists and shoppers. *PLEASE NOTE: This is a "Friendly Interactions Only" (http://socalveg.org/EventClassifications.html) event. Participants should ensure that all interactions are civil and friendly with everyone (including any hecklers) at the event. Over the years, this video outreach has converted numerous individuals to a more compassionate, pro-veg lifestyle. In fact, many people have stopped by to tell us that they went vegan after encountering our outreach! Plus, think of all the seeds of compassion that we've planted over the years in THOUSANDS of people. If you've never tried this impactful outreach event before, we recommend that you attend at least once and see if it's right for you. :-) An upcoming opportunity for vegan outreach leafleting/tabling with simultaneous video projection on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica will be on Saturday, Apr. 3rd. We will start at 5:00pm and go until 7:00pm. You are welcome to attend the full 2 hours, or to just come for part of the time. We are usually between Broadway and Santa Monica Boulevards on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade. If you have difficulty finding us (or want to check if the outreach is canceled due to rain), then call Aouie at[masked]. You don't need to bring your own literature (leaflets, etc.); there should be enough to last the evening. We will have some spare masks and gloves available for those who want to use them for leafletting. Please do not attend if you suspect that you are contagious with an illness. On behalf of the animals, thank you so much for your dedication!! :-) *For more information on the "Friendly Interactions Only" policy, you can visit: [ http://SoCalVeg.org/EventClassifications.html ] Disclaimers: Unless stated otherwise, organizers and participants do not assume any related legal obligations, responsibilities or liabilities, but are expected to behave in a civil and orderly manner, and adhere to any event policies. Participation is at their own risk. Indoor activities, outdoor activities, in-person social interactions and sharing foods have some associated risks, including injuries, allergies, transmissible illnesses, and food poisoning. For the animals, Zoe Assistant Meetup Organizer

  • *N.I.C.E.* Leafletting & Video Vegan Outreach on Third Street Promenade

    Dear UAALA members: How can you make the most of your time for animal advocacy? Please join us in "Nicely Inspiring Compassion Everywhere." In just 1-2 hours, you can expose HUNDREDS of people to factory farming's horrific impact on animals, the environment, and people! We add a high-tech boost to the classic advocacy techniques of tabling and leafleting by projecting hard-hitting videos like "Meet Your Meat" (http://www.meat.org/) and excerpts of "Earthlings" (http://www.earthlings.com/) onto a large screen right there on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade, which has very high pedestrian traffic including tourists and shoppers. *PLEASE NOTE: This is a "Friendly Interactions Only" (http://socalveg.org/EventClassifications.html) event. Participants should ensure that all interactions are civil and friendly with everyone (including any hecklers) at the event. Over the years, this video outreach has converted numerous individuals to a more compassionate, pro-veg lifestyle. In fact, many people have stopped by to tell us that they went vegan after encountering our outreach! Plus, think of all the seeds of compassion that we've planted over the years in THOUSANDS of people. If you've never tried this impactful outreach event before, we recommend that you attend at least once and see if it's right for you. :-) An upcoming opportunity for vegan outreach leafleting/tabling with simultaneous video projection on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica will be on Sunday, Mar. 21st. We will start at 4:00pm and go until 6:00pm. You are welcome to attend the full 2 hours, or to just come for part of the time. We are usually between Broadway and Santa Monica Boulevards on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade. If you have difficulty finding us (or want to check if the outreach is canceled due to rain), then call Aouie at[masked]. You don't need to bring your own literature (leaflets, etc.); there should be enough to last the evening. We will have some spare masks and gloves available for those who want to use them for leafletting. Please do not attend if you suspect that you are contagious with an illness. On behalf of the animals, thank you so much for your dedication!! :-) *For more information on the "Friendly Interactions Only" policy, you can visit: [ http://SoCalVeg.org/EventClassifications.html ] Disclaimers: Unless stated otherwise, organizers and participants do not assume any related legal obligations, responsibilities or liabilities, but are expected to behave in a civil and orderly manner, and adhere to any event policies. Participation is at their own risk. Indoor activities, outdoor activities, in-person social interactions and sharing foods have some associated risks, including injuries, allergies, transmissible illnesses, and food poisoning. For the animals, Zoe Assistant Meetup Organizer

  • Vegan Toastmasters: Speak for the Animals, Planet & Our Health

    Grace Lutheran Church

    Dear UAALA members,

    Check out a neat local community group of like-minded people who care about animals and the environment where you can learn new things and practice your speaking skills in a supportive comfortable environment.

    As a guest or member of Vegan Toastmasters, you just might:

    - Learn to gracefully handle sensitive situations with family, friends and coworkers
    - Identify effective techniques to persuade and inspire as an activist
    - Make long lasting friendships with other vegans
    - Develop your self-confidence as a public speaker
    - Refine your PR speech for your animal-friendly product or service
    - Chat with vegans about important issues and local events
    - Build skills and make a difference for animals, your health and the environment

    Meeting Time:
    3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Location:

    Grace Lutheran Church (Parish Hall upstairs)

    4427 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230

    Feel free to forward this message to others you think may be interested. Better yet, bring a friend!

    If you have any questions, feel free to call or text Armaiti at [masked].

    More info at our website:http://www.vegantoastmasters.org (http://www.vegantoastmasters.org/)
    Become our friend on facebook: http://facebook.com/vegantoastmasters

    About Vegan Toastmasters The mission of Vegan Toastmasters is to provide a supportive, encouraging environment for members to develop their speaking and leadership skills, thus enabling the members to more effectively spread the message of respect and compassion for all of our fellow beings, and the message of a healthier body and planet through dietary choices. Founded in 1924, Toastmasters International has helped over three million people worldwide to become more effective speakers. Toastmasters' time-proven formula for speaking success revolves around attending meetings and working through its Basic and Advanced Manuals. In addition to improving speaking skills, working through the Toastmasters program will improve leadership, listening, writing, and evaluation skills as well. People interested in Toastmasters or veganism can visit the club as a guest for free.

    Hope to see many of you there!

    Cheers,

    Armaiti

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  • *N.I.C.E.* Leafletting & Video Vegan Outreach on Third Street Promenade

    Dear UAALA members: How can you make the most of your time for animal advocacy? Please join us in "Nicely Inspiring Compassion Everywhere." In just 1-2 hours, you can expose HUNDREDS of people to factory farming's horrific impact on animals, the environment, and people! We add a high-tech boost to the classic advocacy techniques of tabling and leafleting by projecting hard-hitting videos like "Meet Your Meat" (http://www.meat.org/) and excerpts of "Earthlings" (http://www.earthlings.com/) onto a large screen right there on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade, which has very high pedestrian traffic including tourists and shoppers. *PLEASE NOTE: This is a "Friendly Interactions Only" (http://socalveg.org/EventClassifications.html) event. Participants should ensure that all interactions are civil and friendly with everyone (including any hecklers) at the event. Over the years, this video outreach has converted numerous individuals to a more compassionate, pro-veg lifestyle. In fact, many people have stopped by to tell us that they went vegan after encountering our outreach! Plus, think of all the seeds of compassion that we've planted over the years in THOUSANDS of people. If you've never tried this impactful outreach event before, we recommend that you attend at least once and see if it's right for you. :-) An upcoming opportunity for vegan outreach leafleting/tabling with simultaneous video projection on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica will be on Saturday, Mar. 6th. We will start at 5:30pm and go until 7:30pm. You are welcome to attend the full 2 hours, or to just come for part of the time. We are usually between Broadway and Santa Monica Boulevards on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade. If you have difficulty finding us (or want to check if the outreach is canceled due to rain), then call Aouie at[masked]. You don't need to bring your own literature (leaflets, etc.); there should be enough to last the evening. We will have some spare masks and gloves available for those who want to use them for leafletting. Please do not attend if you suspect that you are contagious with an illness. On behalf of the animals, thank you so much for your dedication!! :-) *For more information on the "Friendly Interactions Only" policy, you can visit: [ http://SoCalVeg.org/EventClassifications.html ] Disclaimers: Unless stated otherwise, organizers and participants do not assume any related legal obligations, responsibilities or liabilities, but are expected to behave in a civil and orderly manner, and adhere to any event policies. Participation is at their own risk. Indoor activities, outdoor activities, in-person social interactions and sharing foods have some associated risks, including injuries, allergies, transmissible illnesses, and food poisoning. For the animals, Zoe Assistant Meetup Organizer

  • *N.I.C.E.* Leafletting & Video Vegan Outreach on Third Street Promenade

    Dear UAALA members: How can you make the most of your time for animal advocacy? Please join us in "Nicely Inspiring Compassion Everywhere." In just 1-2 hours, you can expose HUNDREDS of people to factory farming's horrific impact on animals, the environment, and people! We add a high-tech boost to the classic advocacy techniques of tabling and leafleting by projecting hard-hitting videos like "Meet Your Meat" (http://www.meat.org/) and excerpts of "Earthlings" (http://www.earthlings.com/) onto a large screen right there on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade, which has very high pedestrian traffic including tourists and shoppers. *PLEASE NOTE: This is a "Friendly Interactions Only" (http://socalveg.org/EventClassifications.html) event. Participants should ensure that all interactions are civil and friendly with everyone (including any hecklers) at the event. Over the years, this video outreach has converted numerous individuals to a more compassionate, pro-veg lifestyle. In fact, many people have stopped by to tell us that they went vegan after encountering our outreach! Plus, think of all the seeds of compassion that we've planted over the years in THOUSANDS of people. If you've never tried this impactful outreach event before, we recommend that you attend at least once and see if it's right for you. :-) An upcoming opportunity for vegan outreach leafleting/tabling with simultaneous video projection on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica will be on Saturday, Feb. 20th. We will start at 5:30pm and go until 7:30pm. You are welcome to attend the full 2 hours, or to just come for part of the time. We are usually between Broadway and Santa Monica Boulevards on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade. If you have difficulty finding us (or want to check if the outreach is canceled due to rain), then call Aouie at[masked]. You don't need to bring your own literature (leaflets, etc.); there should be enough to last the evening. We will have some spare masks and gloves available for those who want to use them for leafletting. Please do not attend if you suspect that you are contagious with an illness. On behalf of the animals, thank you so much for your dedication!! :-) *For more information on the "Friendly Interactions Only" policy, you can visit: [ http://SoCalVeg.org/EventClassifications.html ] Disclaimers: Unless stated otherwise, organizers and participants do not assume any related legal obligations, responsibilities or liabilities, but are expected to behave in a civil and orderly manner, and adhere to any event policies. Participation is at their own risk. Indoor activities, outdoor activities, in-person social interactions and sharing foods have some associated risks, including injuries, allergies, transmissible illnesses, and food poisoning. For the animals, Zoe Assistant Meetup Organizer

  • N.I.C.E. Walk for Love in Venice Beach

    1501 Ocean Front Walk

    Below event is not this group's event. It is being posted here for any members who may be interested.

    NICE Walk For Love[masked], 11AM to 2PM
    1501 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA 90291
    Venice Boardwalk at Windward

    You are invited to join us in walking for some universal love towards conscious beings, including humans, on Valentine's Day. Those who are seeking someone specific to love can mention details on a second name tag.

    More details are at the Web site - InspiringCompassion.org

  • Vegan Toastmasters: Speak for the Animals, Planet & Our Health

    Grace Lutheran Church

    Dear UAALA members,

    Check out a neat local community group of like-minded people who care about animals and the environment where you can learn new things and practice your speaking skills in a supportive comfortable environment.

    As a guest or member of Vegan Toastmasters, you just might:

    - Learn to gracefully handle sensitive situations with family, friends and coworkers
    - Identify effective techniques to persuade and inspire as an activist
    - Make long lasting friendships with other vegans
    - Develop your self-confidence as a public speaker
    - Refine your PR speech for your animal-friendly product or service
    - Chat with vegans about important issues and local events
    - Build skills and make a difference for animals, your health and the environment

    Meeting Time:
    3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Location:

    Grace Lutheran Church (Parish Hall upstairs)

    4427 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230

    Feel free to forward this message to others you think may be interested. Better yet, bring a friend!

    If you have any questions, feel free to call or text Armaiti at [masked].

    More info at our website:http://www.vegantoastmasters.org (http://www.vegantoastmasters.org/)
    Become our friend on facebook: http://facebook.com/vegantoastmasters

    About Vegan Toastmasters The mission of Vegan Toastmasters is to provide a supportive, encouraging environment for members to develop their speaking and leadership skills, thus enabling the members to more effectively spread the message of respect and compassion for all of our fellow beings, and the message of a healthier body and planet through dietary choices. Founded in 1924, Toastmasters International has helped over three million people worldwide to become more effective speakers. Toastmasters' time-proven formula for speaking success revolves around attending meetings and working through its Basic and Advanced Manuals. In addition to improving speaking skills, working through the Toastmasters program will improve leadership, listening, writing, and evaluation skills as well. People interested in Toastmasters or veganism can visit the club as a guest for free.

    Hope to see many of you there!

    Cheers,

    Armaiti

  • *N.I.C.E.* Leafletting & Video Vegan Outreach on Third Street Promenade

    Dear UAALA members: How can you make the most of your time for animal advocacy? Please join us in "Nicely Inspiring Compassion Everywhere." In just 1-2 hours, you can expose HUNDREDS of people to factory farming's horrific impact on animals, the environment, and people! We add a high-tech boost to the classic advocacy techniques of tabling and leafleting by projecting hard-hitting videos like "Meet Your Meat" (http://www.meat.org/) and excerpts of "Earthlings" (http://www.earthlings.com/) onto a large screen right there on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade, which has very high pedestrian traffic including tourists and shoppers. *PLEASE NOTE: This is a "Friendly Interactions Only" (http://socalveg.org/EventClassifications.html) event. Participants should ensure that all interactions are civil and friendly with everyone (including any hecklers) at the event. Over the years, this video outreach has converted numerous individuals to a more compassionate, pro-veg lifestyle. In fact, many people have stopped by to tell us that they went vegan after encountering our outreach! Plus, think of all the seeds of compassion that we've planted over the years in THOUSANDS of people. If you've never tried this impactful outreach event before, we recommend that you attend at least once and see if it's right for you. :-) An upcoming opportunity for vegan outreach leafleting/tabling with simultaneous video projection on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica will be on Saturday, Feb. 6th. We will start at 5pm and go until 7pm. You are welcome to attend the full 2 hours, or to just come for part of the time. We are usually between Broadway and Santa Monica Boulevards on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade. If you have difficulty finding us (or want to check if the outreach is canceled due to rain), then call Aouie at[masked]. You don't need to bring your own literature (leaflets, etc.); there should be enough to last the evening. We will have some spare masks and gloves available for those who want to use them for leafletting. Please do not attend if you suspect that you are contagious with an illness. On behalf of the animals, thank you so much for your dedication!! :-) *For more information on the "Friendly Interactions Only" policy, you can visit: [ http://SoCalVeg.org/EventClassifications.html ] Disclaimers: Unless stated otherwise, organizers and participants do not assume any related legal obligations, responsibilities or liabilities, but are expected to behave in a civil and orderly manner, and adhere to any event policies. Participation is at their own risk. Indoor activities, outdoor activities, in-person social interactions and sharing foods have some associated risks, including injuries, allergies, transmissible illnesses, and food poisoning. For the animals, Zoe Assistant Meetup Organizer

  • *N.I.C.E.* Leafletting & Video Vegan Outreach on Third Street Promenade

    Dear UAALA members: How can you make the most of your time for animal advocacy? Please join us in "Nicely Inspiring Compassion Everywhere." In just 1-2 hours, you can expose HUNDREDS of people to factory farming's horrific impact on animals, the environment, and people! We add a high-tech boost to the classic advocacy techniques of tabling and leafleting by projecting hard-hitting videos like "Meet Your Meat" (http://www.meat.org/) and excerpts of "Earthlings" (http://www.earthlings.com/) onto a large screen right there on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade, which has very high pedestrian traffic including tourists and shoppers. *PLEASE NOTE: This is a "Friendly Interactions Only" (http://socalveg.org/EventClassifications.html) event. Participants should ensure that all interactions are civil and friendly with everyone (including any hecklers) at the event. Over the years, this video outreach has converted numerous individuals to a more compassionate, pro-veg lifestyle. In fact, many people have stopped by to tell us that they went vegan after encountering our outreach! Plus, think of all the seeds of compassion that we've planted over the years in THOUSANDS of people. If you've never tried this impactful outreach event before, we recommend that you attend at least once and see if it's right for you. :-) An upcoming opportunity for vegan outreach leafleting/tabling with simultaneous video projection on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica will be on Saturday, Jan. 23rd. We will start at 5pm and go until 7pm. You are welcome to attend the full 2 hours, or to just come for part of the time. We are usually between Broadway and Santa Monica Boulevards on the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade. If you have difficulty finding us (or want to check if the outreach is canceled due to rain), then call Aouie at[masked]. You don't need to bring your own literature (leaflets, etc.); there should be enough to last the evening. We will have some spare masks and gloves available for those who want to use them for leafletting. Please do not attend if you suspect that you are contagious with an illness. On behalf of the animals, thank you so much for your dedication!! :-) *For more information on the "Friendly Interactions Only" policy, you can visit: [ http://SoCalVeg.org/EventClassifications.html ] Disclaimers: Unless stated otherwise, organizers and participants do not assume any related legal obligations, responsibilities or liabilities, but are expected to behave in a civil and orderly manner, and adhere to any event policies. Participation is at their own risk. Indoor activities, outdoor activities, in-person social interactions and sharing foods have some associated risks, including injuries, allergies, transmissible illnesses, and food poisoning. For the animals, Zoe Assistant Meetup Organizer

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