ACLU hosts Thursday event at Northshire BookstoreAugust 29,2012MANCHESTER — The American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont will be hosting an event, called “An Insider Report on Civil Liberties — Expectations and Realities in an Election Year,” at the Northshire Bookstore on Thursday at 6 p.m.
This event, which will be in the Spiral Press Cafe, will support the work of the American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont.
Speakers will be Michael W. MacLeod-Ball, legislative chief of staff and First Amendment counsel at the ACLU in Washington, D.C., and Allen Gilbert, executive director of the ACLU in Vermont, who will talk about his office’s work to defend civil liberties in Vermont.
The ACLU is asking for a suggested donation of $20 per person. Beverages and hearty appetizers will be served and a cash bar will be available.
Attendees are asked to contact the ACLU office by email at email@example.com or by phone at 223-6304 ext. 114, for more information and to RSVP.MORE IN This Just InTOWNSHEND — A 26-year-old Townshend man shot his off-again, on-again girlfriend late... Full StoryThursday should have been a cheery payday for the 170 employees at Rutland Plywood Corporation,... Full Story
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