Fwd: Kathy Kelly to Join Maine Drone Peace Walk

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Kathy Kelly to Join Maine Drone Peace Walk

Veteran peace activist Kathy Kelly (Voices for Creative Non-violence) will join the Maine Drone Peace Walk for our last two important events.
On Friday, Oct 18 the walk will reach the state capital in Augusta and hold a 3:00 pm closing ceremony inside the Hall of Flags.  This permitted event will give us the chance to bring our message of “no unwarranted drone surveillance” and “no weaponized drone testing” directed to the state house and the office of Gov. LePage.  Kathy Kelly will be among the speakers at this closing.  The public is invited to join us. 
Then on Saturday, Oct 19 we will meet at the Addams-Melman House (212 Centre St) in Bath at 9:30 am and walk together as a group to BIW for our protest at the “christening” ceremony of the new Zumwalt “stealth” destroyer.  The protest will be from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and the police have agreed to block off a street for us to use as a rally site just across from the public entrance to the BIW ceremony.  We’ll gather on the corner of Washington & Hinckley Streets.  Kathy Kelly will also speak at this event as will national Veterans for Peace activist Tarak Kauff and others.
You can see a Raytheon promo video about the Zumwalt destroyer at 
For details about the daily schedule of the entire Maine Drone Peace Walk please clickhttp://www.bringourwardollarshome.org/Maine%20Drone%20Peace%20Walk%20Schedule.pdf
If you are planning to walk for only a day please feel free to meet us at the morning start spot listed on the above schedule.  We’ll help you shuttle your car.
If you plan to spend one or more nights with the walk please let us know ASAP so that we can inform our local hosts who are arranging local home hospitality for walkers.
Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space
PO Box 652
Brunswick, ME 04011
(207) 443-9502
http://space4peace.blogspot.com/  (blog)
Thank God men cannot fly, and lay waste the sky as well as the earth.  ~Henry David Thoreau 

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