Urban Democracy Feast
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The Highly Anticipated UDF is Accepting Applications for the Next FEAST!

Greetings! Hope all of you enjoyed your summer with family, friends, and fun! The organizing members of UDF are happy to announce the next FEAST, November 18, 2017@ First Congregational Church UCC in Kalamazoo, MI.

Go to the Apply link on the site to get locations for hard copies of the application as well as information on where to submit.

If you have questions, please leave a comment or send an email to urbandemocracyfeast@gmail.com

2 Comments

  1. Jerry Wilinski Jerry Wilinski
    September 20, 2017    

    Hi, I have not been to one of these events, but I have a variety of Obama 2008 posters I would donate for the silent auction if appropriate. Thanks Jerry

    • September 21, 2017    

      Thanks, Jerry! We look forward to connecting with you.

      UDF Organizing Member

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