My intray is full of motivated people with ideas on how to stop this train-wreck. Some are proposing leaflet drops in city malls, letter drops in suburbs, large banners and or sandwich boards beside city streets, debates, conference seminars, and the list goes on. Everyone wants to do something.
This notice just came in for a large rally in Canberra. The rally that was in Tamworth has been moved to Canberra. In it’s place in Tamworth is a new event.
PLUS FREE PUBLIC FORUM - Climate Change Debate! Tamworth, July 21
Tamworth: Thursday 21st July 2011 at 6pm at West Diggers Grand Ball Room, Kable Avenue.
Professor Bob Carter is the Guest Speaker, you can ask questions as receive real answers rather than that of the politicians who seem to be ignoring what is a vitally important part of this debate! You can also support their petition. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
ELECTION NOW 2011
NATIONAL RALLY CANBERRA
Tuesday 16th August 2011
ELECTION NOW RALLY
Join Young Australians, Working Families, Students, Workers, Small Business Owners and Senior Citizens who will take the NO Carbon Tax message up with the Government by attending a rally in Canberra on 16th August 2011. The rally is a gathering of Australian citizens with a peaceful demonstration message ‘ELECTION NOW’.
Tuesday 16th August 2011,
Parliament House, Canberra, ACT.
Rally area is on the lawns in front of Parliament House on the Lake Burley Griffin side. The area is bounded by Federation Mall.
Book Buses with CATA here .
Coaches will leave from Penrith, Hornsby, Central, Parramatta, Campbelltown, Liverpool and the Central Coast.
We expect to put on more coaches from other cities in NSW, Victoria, Queensland and other states.
Travel by car.
Travel by Public Trains or Buslines.
* MC Welcome
* Key Note Speaker
* Invited Speakers
* Industry Speakers
* Rally Participants
* MC Close
Participants should arrive 20 – 30mins before start.
What to bring
* water bottle,
* fold up chair,
* casual or more formal attire is fine.
* Aussie Flags are another great symbol.
Placards and Props **http://www.cataa.bigpixie.com/l/images/070120a0217.jpg
Placards and Props
Placards should be soft materials like cardboard or corflute and should not be attached to large stakes or poles. You cannot put anything into the ground on the lawn, gardens and walkways as required by the authority. No structures are permitted. If in doubt please contact CATA for clarification.
Lastly, bring your Aussie spirit, integrity and pride. Its an uplifting experience and you will meet a lot of people as we put the Government on notice that Australians take democracy seriously and expect their representatives to act with integrity and seek a mandate for major issues.
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