CANCELED*July 10th event*CANCELED!

The Cuba Friendshipment truck will arrive this weekend and will pick up
the materials that people have kindly donated.  (Also, $2,000 worth
of medicine purchased by ROCLA.)

We had planned to have a major event as a sendoff for the truck,
but then the date for the truck’s arrival was changed, and changed
again.  So the truck will arrive, and will load, and will leave, but
there WILL NOT BE A FORMAL SENDOFF EVENT THIS YEAR.

The ROCLA Steering Committee apologizes for announcing an
event, and then canceling it, but it just didn’t make sense to have
a non-event.

In 2015, we hope to have the truck and the event at the same
place at the same time!

In solidarity,

Arnie Matlin for ROCLA SC

P.S. People have only donated about $750 so far to pay for
medicines that we have already purchased.
We count on your donation to allow us to send these
lifesaving meds to the people of Cuba.  If you haven’t
yet donated, please send your (tax-deductible) check to:

Kathy Goforth, 45 Lynbrook Drive, Rochester, NY 14609.

Make check out to MJ-ROCLA with notation “Friendshipment.”

“The 2014 Cuba Caravan – Celebrating 25 Years of Friendshipments and Cuban Progress”

Pastors for Peace Bus in Havana

Pastors for Peace Bus in Havana

Rochester Committee on Latin America

Presents

“The 2014 Cuba Caravan – Celebrating 25 Years of Friendshipments and Cuban Progress”

with

Gail Walker

Co-Director of IFCO/Pastors for Peace

Wednesday, June 4, 2014, 7:00 PM

Gail Walker is also an award-winning radio producer and an on-air host and journalist. With over 15 years of involvement with Pastors for Peace, including as Communications Director, she has staffed more than 15 caravans of humanitarian aid to Cuba and Central America and worked extensively with marginalized communities.

For many years, Pastors for Peace, founded by the Rev. Lucius Walker, has consistently stood against the U.S. embargo of Cuba and has organized yearly caravans to Cuba to deliver critical supplies. Ms. Walker will discuss present conditions in Cuba and the history of the Friendshipment caravan. Her presentation will set the stage for the next big ROCLA project, the Cuba Caravan coming to Rochester on July 10, 2014. ROCLA will provide up-to-date information on how you can participate and contribute to the Rochester Caravan.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014, 7:00 PM
Downtown United Presbyterian Church
121 N. Fitzhugh St., Rochester
Free and open to the public.  
Wheelchair accessible and looped for those with hearing loss.
 

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