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This is an outline of much of what happened St. Patrick’s Day, 2004.

When: St. Patrick’s Day Wed., March 17

Where: Acanthus Inn, 3009 W. Highland, noon to 4:30 p.m.

	Lula’s East African Cafe, 2921 N. Oakland, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Acanthus Inn Bed & Breakfast Events

We will eat corn beef and cabbage in the noon hour, and witness people holding forth and performing sometime between noon and 4:30 p.m. $12 donation.

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diversity in Milwaukee.

Other possible presenters:

Vicki Bingham
Jeff Sherman—On Milwaukee.com
Chris Weber—Westside Open Market
Tom Spellman—Concepts for Reducing Violence
Tony Ends, Scotch Hill Farms—On Community Supported Agriculture
Annie Woodward—Candidate County Supervisor

We can eat and run, or eat and hang around this wondrous mansion.

Walter has also agreed to open his Bed & Breakfast to people from our gathering to have a night’s vacation on St. Patrick’s Night at the Acanthus Inn, for the “business” rate. See http://acanthusinn.prodigybiz.com/. for rates, pictures, and history of the Acanthus Inn.

Lula’s Cafe Buffet & Party

Omar Gagale has agreed to prepare a $12 per person East African Buffet, with $2 going to the Milwaukee Intern Project. Omar will have a cash bar as well! Omar will also be inviting some African intellectuals to meet with us that night.

St. Patrick wants very much to see a Renaissance in Historic Milwaukee.

What say!

Godsil

Clear sailing,

Godsil

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