Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Defenders Canvass this Weekend


Keeping up the momentum from last week's RV tour, Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund, is hitting the streets of Stockton and Tracy this weekend.

We will continue to spread the word about Richard Pombo, his efforts to sell off national parks, his charging family vacations to the taxpayers, and his efforts to gut the Endangered Species Act For more info on Richard Pombo, please go to Pombo in their Pocket.

On Saturday, April 29, we will be canvassing in Stockton and in Tracy.

In Stockton, we will meet at the Starbucks in Sherwood Mall at 10:30am, 5350 Pacific Avenue.
From Hwy 5 take the March Lane exit and head east. Turn left on Pacific and Starbucks will be on your right side.

In Tracy, we will meet at noon in the lobby of the Holiday Inn Express on Tracy Blvd, just north of Hwy. 205. From Hwy 205, take the Tracy Blvd Exit and you will see the Holiday Inn Express as you exit.

For more information, please email kkeefe@defenders.org. 202 285-4510 is our canvass-day phone number.

Please join us. You can make a difference!

4 Comments:

Blogger Alex said...

So are there going to be carpools? The Pleasanton and/or Bayfair BART stations would probably be good meeting points for a carpool to District 11.

3:58 PM, April 25, 2006  
Blogger Kevin Keefe said...

Good idea, Alex.

Can anybody do a Bart pickup?

7:33 PM, April 25, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Figures that the guru would have enough time to convice the common folk to do slave labor since he is one of the corperate whores himself.

Defenders of Wildlife President/CEO
Rodger Schlickeisen salary $241,840

not bad! work your ass off guys. by the way, this org. has spent 00.00 on wildlife conservation, yet 40% on fundraising.

10:21 PM, April 26, 2006  
Anonymous anon 2 said...

anon,

You do an great job quoting the good congressman Pombo. Work real hard and you may put Brian Kennedy out of a job. If you read their website or know anything about that kind organization, their purpose is to work for good legislation and elect government officials who will be good for wildlife. So is fighting bad policy spending money on wildlife conservation? I think so too.

5:00 AM, April 27, 2006  

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