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Please Help Out Now and make Thanksgiving Incredible!

To friends and supporters,

Our incredible Thanksgiving Bonanza is only 8-days away and in that time there are two very easy (and very needed) ways you can help out!

1. Help Collect Clothing & Canned Goods:

Posted Nov 12 2010 - 5:21pm by JonSTeps

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Reminder, Please Join FNB Tonight @7pm for our Thanksgiving Bonanza Meeting

Just a reminder, we hope you join us tonight @7pm at the Huntington Public Library for a general meeting to discuss our incredible Thanksgiving events. You can find more information online or in our original announcement, which is included below.

Hope to see you tonight,

Posted Nov 3 2010 - 12:28pm by LongIslandFNB

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Join Long Island FNB for our benefit concert tomorrow, July 31st @ 2pm

Just a reminder that we're having a benefit concert in Port Jefferson tomorrow at Lulu's Village Pub. It's from 2-7pm and a great way to contribute to the work Food Not Bombs has been doing.

Hope 2 see you there,
JonSTeps & Long Island Food Not Bombs

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Posted Jul 30 2010 - 2:49pm by LongIslandFNB

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Join us for a Benefit Concert & our anniversary, 2 incredible events!

Please join Long Island Food Not Bombs for two incredible events over the next two weeks. First, this Sunday, we're celebrating our 4-year anniversary during our Hempstead Food Share, expect all the craziness of our normal food shares and a slice of cake.

Posted Jul 22 2010 - 4:24pm by LongIslandFNB

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Peach Tree Project Meeting Tonight @ 8pm, in Huntington

Join Long Island Food Not Bombs Tonight @ 8pm, to discuss our radical community agricultural program, the Peach Tree Project. Each year as part of the Peach Tree Project LIFNB organizes community members to share seeds and germinated fruits/vegetable plants.

Posted Mar 9 2010 - 1:50pm by LongIslandFNB

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Event Planning Meeting, Tonight @ 8pm & Peach Tree Project Meeting, March 9th @ 8pm

There are two great meetings coming up and two great ways to get involved with Long Island Food Not Bombs.

Event Planning Meeting: Tonight, 8pm @ Urban Coffee in Greenlawn

Posted Mar 2 2010 - 12:39pm by LongIslandFNB

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A look at the past year, highlights from Food Not Bombs in 2009

Thinking back on 2009, Long Island Food Not Bombs did a lot! It was a year of community solidarity and we'd like to share some of our accomplishments with you. Below is a link to a new page on our website dedicated to the highlights of the past year, please feel free to check it out / spread it to your friends.

Posted Feb 24 2010 - 2:22pm by JonSTeps

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Long Island Food Not Bombs Meeting Tonight, 7pm @ Cinema Arts Centre

Tonight at 7pm Long Island Food Not Bombs will be meeting at the Cinema Arts Centre to discuss our collective efforts for the year ahead. This will be one of the Largest Food Not Bombs meetings of the year and we hope you come down and check out what all the hoopla is about. Bring friends, Spread the Word, Food is a Right, Not a Privilege!

Posted Feb 17 2010 - 2:09pm by JonSTeps

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Long Island FNB Community Meeting This Wednesday @ 7pm, Bring Friends.

On Wednesday, February 17th at 7pm Long Island FNB will be meeting at the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington to discuss our collective efforts for the year ahead. We have lots of ambitious ideas and we'd love to hear yours as well. We ask that everyone help spread the word about this meeting by forwarding this email to anyone that you think would be interested.

Posted Feb 14 2010 - 3:04am by LongIslandFNB

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Call to action, Tues. Jan. 19th: Support the people of the Huntington Station Tent City!

Starting at 10am tomorrow morning (Jan.19th) and going through 4pm in the afternoon we are asking everyone to contact (call, email, fax, etc…) the Town of Huntington. Tell them to stop any further eviction activities until the Township of Huntington has an adequate Shelter System.

Posted Jan 18 2010 - 8:33pm by LongIslandFNB

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