Every Saturday, Indivisible Nashoba hosts a fun, informal, and effective postcard party where we send creative handwritten postcards to voters, legislators, and anyone else we feel needs motivation … to vote, to speak out, to participate. For example, we’ve sent out thousands of personalized postcards to encourage folks to get out and vote.)
Bring your fancy colored pens to Mike
and Mary’s on Saturday.
Sally Reed Oct 26, 2019
From IN Newsletter of November 4th: Mike says, “We’ll be writing cards to support Democrat John Bel Edwards in a run-off election for governor of Louisiana. Apparently, neither candidate got 50% of the vote, so LA law calls for a re-do. That election will be held on Nov. 16th.”
Join us at Mike and Mary’s this Saturday. Bring a friend. 9-11
a.m. For details contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To get warmed up for 2020 (as if impeachment, Syria, the election, and
insanity aren’t enough) Indivisible Nashoba will host its 2020 Kick-off General
Meeting on Saturday, November 9th at the Groton Public Library. Please
save that Saturday morning to rekindle your enthusiasm for all things positive
The IN Steering Committee has
confirmed that candidate Deb Busser will be on hand to outline her
campaign for State Representative against Republican Sheila Harrington. Deb
will take questions from the audience and discuss how we might support her
10:15 AM Welcome &
10:30 AM State Rep Candidate Deb Busser;
Presentation and Q&A
11:00 AM Moving Forward
11:30AM Write some postcards!
(for folks able to stay for a while)
Bag Ban in Groton – Fall Town
A Proposal to Ban Single-use Plastic Bags
The Town of Groton will vote on this proposal at
Town Meeting – Middle School
October 21, 2019 7PM
Four Not-so-funny Facts about Plastic Bags
plastic bags are discarded every year in US
bags are tossed in Massachusetts every year!
of plastic bags are not recycled.
Please be there this Monday
evening. The Town needs your Vote.
Saturday Postcard Party (October 19th)
Nobody knows what
Mike has in store for folks this week.
It’s always a fun adventure to snuggle into Mike and Mary’s living room
with the zippy tunes playing – all as a prelude to The Ohio State Football game.
us at Mike and Mary’s this Saturday. Bring
a friend. 9-11
a.m. For details contact Mike at email@example.com
at Prescott (Thursday October 31st)
Willcox invites happy people everywhere to come to Postcards at Prescott – Thursdaysfrom 2PM-4PM – this fall and into 2020.
October 31st (costumes
Excerpts from Boston Globe’s Fast
Forward by Teresa Hanafin – October
“There’s a new bombshell
investigative report by ProPublica that seems to confirm what former
Trump fixer Michael Cohen told Congress: That in his private business,
Trump inflated the value of his assets when he was trying to borrow money, and
deflated the values when he was paying taxes. Both would constitute criminal
From the story: “Documents obtained by ProPublica show stark differences
in how Donald Trump’s businesses reported some expenses, profits and occupancy
figures for two Manhattan buildings, giving a lender different figures than
they provided to New York City tax authorities. The discrepancies made the
buildings appear more profitable to the lender — and less profitable to the
officials who set the buildings’ property tax.”
“The discrepancies are ‘versions of fraud,’ said Nancy Wallace, a professor of
finance and real estate at the Haas School of Business at the University of
California-Berkeley. ‘This kind of stuff is not OK.’ “
Washington Post Opinion –
Max Boot October 17, 2019
“Between Syria and Ukraine, President Trump has had an awful few
weeks. A majority of
the public now favors his impeachment and removal. But don’t get cocky,
Trump-haters. Developments from across the pond suggest that he might prove too
resilient for comfort.”
Indivisible Nashoba is involved
in many activities that engage voters including postcard events, candidate
forums, ranked choice voting canvassing, and debate parties. We are a
volunteer organization and we need financial support to continue our efforts
here in Nashoba Valley.
$11 will purchase
100 blank postcards.
$35 gets us 100
$50 helps us sponsor
events like the debate parties or the Grotonfest booth.
contribution will benefit Indivisible Nashoba, a 501(c)(4) social welfare
organization. Donations are not deductible for federal income tax purposes as
charitable contributions. For
information contact IN Treasurer, Beth Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org
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