Health Care Halloween ~ Thursday, October 29
Join the Grim Reaper and others in front of Representative Shelley Moore Capito's Charleston office, MacCorkle Avenue in Kanawha City on Thursday, October 29 from 4PM - 5PM. This Halloween-themed rally will remind our Congresswoman how important health care reform is to her constituents and how many West Virginians are dying each week due to lack of health care. Come dressed in costume or just ready to hold a sign. Help us keep the pressure on! For more information, call 304-346-5891.
Other locations across the state
Organizing for America is having a health insurance reform bus tour across Northern West Virginia on Thursday, Oct. 29. At each of the five stops there will be a brief rally for health care reform. Each event will be open to the press and will feature different speakers with each stop having a different theme/focus on the health care debate.
OFA is looking for more people to come forward and tell their health care stories and explain why health insurance reform is so important to West Virginians. They would appreciate any state or local elected officials (and staff) coming to an event and speaking about why health insurance reform is so important to West Virginia. Below is the schedule.
Bus Tour Timeline and Schedule – 10/29/09
9:00 am – Weirton Senior Center: 3425 Main Street, Weirton WV 26062 Focus is Seniors
10:05 am - Wheeling City/County Building: 1500 Chapline St, Wheeling, WV 260 Focus is People of Faith
12:40 pm - Parkersburg Government Square: 1 Government Square, Parkersburg, WV 26101 Focus is Working People and Labor
4:20 pm - Fairmont City/County Building: 200 Jackson St. Fairmont, WV 26554 Focus is Women
5:20 pm - Mountainlair Student Center, at West Virginia University Focus is Students
Meagan Gardner is the State Director for Organizing for America. Please contact her if you would like to participate or if you have questions - email@example.com 304-376-1555 cell.