I'm just trying to see if anyone still reads this and what we want to do with this. Should it be a forum for discussion or announcements or what? If so how should we get this out to mroe people. Besides that, if you didn't get the email about Artemis Center, they need volunteers for receptionists on Monday, Tues., and Thur. from 230p to 630pm. Contact Joyce Gibbs at email@example.com. Lastly, if anyone reads this, what do you guys think about do a voter drive on campus the first week of October. We can get all the materials and stuff from FMF. Go to www.feministcampus.org/vote for information and the materials on it, oh and feedback be nice. Lastly, if you didn't get this info from Planned Parenthood, here you go, I'm thinking about going to one or two if I'm off so we can carpool.
Here’s your chance to restart your engine in election gear. Don't get through another election thinking, "I wish I'd done more!" Stop by for a brief rundown of Planned Parenthood Affiliates of Ohio's “Practice Safe Politics, Ohio" initiative, and come ready to sign up for some volunteer opportunities like helping with our clinic voter registration project, committing to attend candidate events in your pro-choice t-shirt, and/or making phone calls and canvassing. Join the Dayton Pro-Choice Meetup group and RSVP online.
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