PRINCE EDWARD WE NEED YOU TO …GET ON THE BUS PART TWO

June 2004

16 JUNE 2004
DARDEN GARDEN AT THE
GENERAL ASSEMBLY BUILDING
CAPITOL SQUARE-RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, 23219
PRESS CONFERENCE AT 10:30 A.M.

PURPOSES
To support The Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Program and Fund with a $2 million Amendment (House Bill 846 and Senate Bill 230) by: Meeting the press, showing support for Governor Warner, showing support for the 1 million dollars donated by Mr. Kluge, showing support for all the members of The Virginia General Assembly who will vote (YES) for the bill, witnessing the assembled body in action, thanking and congratulating persons who supported this bill in its entirety, celebrating a well deserved victory, being a part of HISTORY, etc. This victory will help to assist with the healing processes for persons who were affected by the school closing and/or being locked out of school from 1959—-1964.

BUSSES BEGIN LOADING AT 8:10 A.M. / DEPART PROMPTLY AT 8:30 A.M. FROM THE OLD WAL-MART PARKING LOT ACROSS FROM CAPTAIN SEA’S. ALL BUSSES WILL RETURN AS SOON AS THE SESSION ENDS

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

Mrs. Deloris Hendricks (434) 392-5415
Mrs. Rita Moseley (434) 392-6910
Mr. John Stokes (301) 306-5588, (301) 938-0672
Mr. Ken Woodley (434) 392-3138

JOIN IN THE CELEBRATION!!

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