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16 August 2000 Issue

United Poultry Concerns 2nd Annual Forum
From United Poultry Concerns

The Role of Farmed Animal Sanctuaries in Promoting Animal Rights & Vegetarianism

September 16 - 17, 2000
Agenda: To define and discuss the place and practice of farmed animal sanctuaries in promoting Animal Liberation. What do they teach? How do they advance animal rights? Where does vegan advocacy fit in? Thinking of starting a sanctuary?

Lorri Bauston, Co-director, Farm Sanctuary
Terry Cummings, Co-Director, Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary
Karen Davis, Director, United Poultry Concerns
Jim Mason, Director, Two Mauds, Inc.
Brad Miller, National Director, Suwanna Ranch,
The Humane Farming Association.
Kim Sturla, Director, Animal Place

Where: September 16 - Hilton Norfolk Airport
1500 North Military Highway, Norfolk, VA 23502
Reservations: or (800) 422-7474
or (757) 466-8000
Rooms: single & double $89.00 plus tax

September 17 - United Poultry Concerns
12325 Seaside Road, Machipongo, VA 23405
(a 40 minute drive from the Hilton)

When: Saturday, September 16, 8 AM - 4:30 PM
Sunday, September 17, 9 AM - 2 PM

Registration fee: $50.00 per person, prepaid
Students - $30, per person, prepaid

Send check or money order payable to United Poultry Concerns and a self-addressed stamped envelope to: United Poultry Concerns, PO Box 150, Machipongo, VA 23405. Payment for registration must be received by Tuesday, September 12, 2000.

Meals: Registration includes morning coffee service and two vegan luncheon buffets

Merchandise and Literature Will Be Available Throughout the Day on September 16

Please note: Hotel reservations received after Friday, September 1, 2000 will be accepted on a space available basis. All room cancellations must be received by the Hilton Reservations Department 24 hours prior September 16, 2000 for a room refund.
Source: [email protected]

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