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Fri. Oct 16th: Memorial events for labor activist/musician Julius Margolin

Friday, October 16 at 5 PM in New York City – A one-hour memorial service for Julius Margolin, Local 1199’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Auditorium, 310 W. 43rd Street in Manhattan. One block from Port Authority/42nd Street subway station. Open to all. Includes an open mike for sharing.

Friday, October 16 at 8 PM in New York City — “All For One: A Benefit Concert for the Julius Margolin Youth in Labor Scholarship Fund” with Anne Feeney, Chris Chandler, Elise Bryant, Francisco Herrera, Chris Bricker, George Mann and The New York City Labor Chorus. Local 1199’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Auditorium, 310 W. 43rd Street in Manhattan. Doors open at 7:30 PM for reception. One block from Port Authority/42nd Street subway station.

Tickets $10-15 sliding scale, no one turned away for lack of funds. Advance tickets can be purchased from 10 AM – 4 PM or by mail — send check to Eileen, Local 52 IATSE, 326 W. 48th Street, New York, NY 10036. Make check out to “Julius Margolin Scholarship Fund.” General admission seating.

Thanks for helping spread the word!  -G

George Mann and Julius Margolin
http://www.georgeandjulius.com
http://www.georgemannmusic.com
http://www.aunionman.com
Labor and protest music in the finest tradition

Julius Margolin, 8/16/1916 – 8/24/2009
Raise Hell in Peace!

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Organizing notes:

Hello Friends: We’re two weeks out and we have a great concert planned for Friday, October 16. The 5 PM memorial service is open to all and will feature an “open mike” for folks to share their reflections on Julius’s life.

Some of Julius’s closest friends from the labor/folk world will be there and I hope you can help us spread the word to your friends, co-workers, and fellow residents. I can send any of you the Powerpoint original file for printing out the poster, just reply to me; I’m attaching a PDF now, which is good for forwarding on to people via email and will also print out fairly clearly (I hope! I’m doing this from California !).

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