semester will be Wednesdays from 7-8pm in 110 Moon Library.
ing on 9/18/13- Fall Semester planning
SUNY ESF campus
When: Wednesdays from 7-8pm
will be the first meeting of the semester. At this first meeting, we will =
go through a binder containing hundreds of fliers and news clipping from pa=
st SARO events and brainstorm for the future. Bring in an idea of something=
you would like to organize through SARO, or would like to volunteer for on=
e of the ideas listed below. Ideas include but are not limited to: protest =
at KFC for numerous animal welfare violations, hot cider/bakesale in Marsha=
ll Hall, info table in Schine student center to find students who can foste=
r cats, volunteer day at spay/neuter clinic, kickstarter campaign to re-pri=
nt the Syracuse vegguide.
Day Trip visit to Farm SanctuaryWe will carpool down to visit the=20
rescued animals at Farm Sanctuary in beautiful Watkins Glen, NY. $15 per
person covers gas/tolls and admission, and SARO funds will cover the=20
rest. Snacks and microwaveable meals are for sale in the gift shop, but=20
bringing a bag lunch is recommended. . Wear boots or sneakers for muddy=20
areas on the farm. Information on the sanctuary can be found here: www.farmsanctuary.org Email alcoon (at) syr.edu with your name and phone number to reserve your seat or if you have a ve=
hicle and would like to help the carpool.
When: Saturday, Septemb=
leaves ESF campus at 9am, returns at 6pm. Meet at the statue of Abe=20
Lincoln next to Illick Hall on SUNY ESF for the carpool.
Part 1 of a lecture by Prof. Tony Ingraffea, one of the m=
knowledgeable, articulate and hard-working opponents of fracking f=
natural gas in NYS.
Time-Warner public access channel 98 from 10=
p.m. to 11 p.m. on the
following Saturdays: sept. 14, Sept. 21, Sept.=
28 and Oct. 5
“Sharing the Earth” TV is a project of People for An=
imal Rights, P.O.
Box 15358, Syracuse 13215-0358, (315)488-PURR, LDEST=
EILEEN ROSE ON MOUNTAIN DULCIMER AND VOICE:
FUNDRAISER FOR PEOPLE FOR ANIMAL RIGHTS
WHEN: Sat. Oct. 12, 2013
TIME: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
WHERE: Dog Daze Pet Shop, 309 S. Main St., N. Syracuse.
Directions: (315) 410-1278.
Eileen sings,composes and plays mountain dulcimer. She plays with
several local groups with a variety of music.
No admission but donations accepted to help the animals.
Environmental Studies Major
onment, Communication and Society
SUNY College of Environmental Science =