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TONITE 12/15/06: Blacklisted @ Plainview

BLACKLISTED & THE BANNED

(Sonny Meadows, Bob Westcott, Bob Campbell, Jon Foreman & Robert Langley)The “Banned” performs Sonny’s & Bob Campbell’s most current topical material.

 

Friday – Decemeber 15 – 7:00 PM

Plainview Library

999 Old Country Rd., Plainview, NY  11803
  Phone:  (516) 938-0077

 

Playing selections from their soon (January 2007) to be released CD:

“I Never Thought I’d Miss Richard Nixon”

Directions

Join the Center for Inquiry Community of Long Island for our annual end of the year celebration featuring music and fellowship! Guest musical artists include Sonny Meadow’s band “Blacklisted and the Banned.” For more about Sonny Meadows and his band, visit www.sonnymeadows.com.

There will be refreshments and treats and attendees are encouraged to bring goodies to share that do not require heat or refrigeration!

Bring your friends and family. This event is FREE and open to the public!

If you support the Center for Inquiry Long Island Community’s efforts to be a positive force on Long Island, and promote and defend reason, science, and freedom of inquiry in all areas of human endeavor, please become a Friend of the Center! You can become a Friend online @ http://www.centerforinquiry.net/membership.html or send $60 to CFI, PO Box 119, Greenlawn, NY 11740. When you become a Friend of the Center, you become a Friend at all levels of the Center for Inquiry; Transnationally, based in Amherst, regionally, based in New York City, and locally, here on Long Island.

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