Campaign Events/Activities [Day/Date/Time/Location]this Week Sunday Jan 16 – Friday Jan Jan 21
Please check with Sharrill Sherwood #816.929.5639 or by email SharrillSherwood@gmail.com for a daily update and assistance/support needed and wanted to make each of these Mapping experiences a good/great exposure for Your State Senate nominee, Nola Wood, in the neighborhood. Events that you are aware of that would add to favorable exposure for Nola, please let us know. Email the campaign manager and cc to Sharrill and Nola. Thank you.
*You are invited to attend the events marked by the asterisk
Sun Jan 16 Martin Luther King, Jr was a great time!
*Mon Jan 17 11:00 am “High Noon” Republican Women’s club at 2817 Slaughter Rd., Grain Valley, Mo.
*Mon Jan 17 at 3:15 PM CT appearance on Ramble & Rumble with Rabbi (Listen live to Nola’s interview by phone #646.929.1024 or by your favorite computer media player at this link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/RabbiEukel
Mon Jan 17 7pm Friends of Missouri Town Board Meeting
*Tues. Noon KC Pachyderm Club at The Golden Ox Restaurant, 1600 Genessee, KC, Mo. 64102
*Tues. 6pm ADHOC Group against Crime media event at Truman & Brooklyn, KC, Mo.
*Tues. 7pm Terrace Lake Gardens Homes Assoc.
*Wed Jan 19 @ 8:00 AM CT Campaign Conference Call
Wed Jan 19 6pm UMKC College Republicans “mingle” *UMKC students are invited*
Wed Jan 19 @ 7PM “State of The State” address by Gov Nixon (anybody want to watch it together?)
*Wed. Jan 19 7pm Southern Communities Coalition meeting at Baptiste Educational Ctr., 5401 E. 103rd St. KC, Mo.64137
*Thur Jan 20 South Kansas City Chamber of Commerce luncheon, 10600 Raytown Rd (Reservations required by 1/19 at Click here to RSVP)
*Thur Jan 20, 6:30pm Jackson County Republican Club at Lakewood Oaks Golf Club, 651 NE St. Andrews Cir., Lees Summit Mo, 64064 Jeff Roe speaking
*Fri Jan 21 Eggs & Enlightenment discussion group at McDonalds at I-70 and Prospect
The Midwest Center for Holocaust Education will be showing an hour-long documentary, The Holocaust: Through Our Own Eyes, on Thursday, January 20.
Written and produced by Jack Cashill, the documentary walks more than forty holocaust survivors back through their history and the world’s.
Beginning with the turmoil in Europe in the wake of World War I and ending with the survivors’ bittersweet arrivals in America, the film traces the origins, implementation, and aftermath of the Holocaust, punctuating the larger historical narrative with revealing looks at the personal tolls the Holocaust exacted.
The show is free and begins at 7:30 PM. in the White Theatre on the Jewish Community Center campus.