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Three corrections to this week's y2k events

Apologies, and incorrect date and a couple updates...

Making Meaning: A Challenge for the New Century 
12 - 3 pm, CORRECTION: Date is Thurs, 27 May

University of Ottawa, 139 rue Louis Pasteur, room 286
(between Campus transit station and King Edward Ave.)
Bring your lunch, we'll bring the juice.
Sliding scale, $5-15. No one will be turned away for lack of funds
Cheques payable to "Washington State University." Or VISA/MC 

12:00 Opening Discussion
12:30 First broadcast
13:15 feedback by phone or fax
13:45 Second broadcast with feedback
14:30 Closing Discussion

We need community and resilience in these turbulent times. Where do we find
the strength to face the uncertainties and difficulties? Join over 100
communities around the U.S. and Canada to address this question by
participating in this live interactive Resilient Communities
videoconference. The program will explore personal and spiritual practices
that honor work, family, community and the environment. Special guests
include Rachel Bagby, Vicki Robin and Robert Theobald, a renowned speaker
on social change for 40 years, cancer survivor, and author of "Reworking

And for those who can make tonight's event...

Open House, Y2K Centretown Preparedness Project
Come anytime between 5:30 - 7:30 pm, Tues, 25 May

UPDATE: 60 Minutes broadcast a credible report that Washington DC will not
be prepared and neither will many other local governments. We will bring
the video this evening. 

UPDATE: We will also bring a y2k survey showing that all over North America
there has been little progress on y2k community preparedness. Authorities
persistently downplay the risks because they fear causing panic. There is
little public interest in preparing.

Snacks... refreshments... Utne Y2K Guides at cost...
Free seeds for your garden... assorted free information...

At the spacious new quarters of the
Centretown Community Health Centre (CCHC)
420 Cooper St. between Bank and Kent

This Project is a NEW partnership between CCHC, Centretown Citizens
Community Association, and Y2K Regional Preparedness Group, soon to be
based at CCHC. 

For more information,

Terry Cottam, y2k-ottawa@inode.org, (613) 236-6433
* Centretown Contact, y2k Regional Preparedness Group
* Ottawa-Carleton Community Preparedness website: http://y2k.inode.org
* Subscribe to preparedness discussion, y2k-news, y2k-events (info on website)

"We must be the change we wish to see in the world." 
Mahatma Gandhi

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