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5:30pm [5:30pm] Rally to Save Healthcare (Again!)
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Rally to Save Healthcare (Again!) September 25 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm For months, grass-roots organizations associated with Indivisible Guide have been showing up at district offices, making phone calls, planning die-ins and more to stop TrumpCare. This newest iteration of TrumpCare, the Graham-Cassidy bill, is a serious threat (it guts protections for veterans, mental health, opioids, women’s health and seniors—and you can forget pre-existing conditions protections) and we have a short window to stop it. The constituent pressure of Indivisible groups across the country has stopped TrumpCare before, and it will stop it again this time. Join Indivisible groups around the country for a National Day of Action on Monday, September 25th and keep up the pressure both before and after. Date: September 25 Time: 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm ORGANIZERS Indivisible Rochester Action Together Rochester

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7:00pm [7:00pm] Public Meeting Concerning Homelessness in our Community
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Public Meeting Concerning Homelessness in our Community * 9/25/17 (Monday) * 7:00 p.m. * DUPC (Downtown United Presbyterian Church), 121 N. Fitzhugh St, Rochester NY Four years ago, Rochester faced the devastating impact of Tent City being torn down, leaving the residents nowhere to go in the middle of one of our brutal winters. As a result, Sanctuary Village was born and, following a public meeting in 2015, REACH was formed to meet the emergency needs of our homeless men and women during winter. For the past two winters REACH has raised funds and recruited volunteers to support emergency shelters for the chronically homeless. We thought that our work would be done once the new House of Mercy was opened, but now the House of Mercy is filled to capacity and frequently has an overflow number of guests. So that when winter comes there is a real fear that we will once again face an overflow population of homeless people for whom there will be no shelter. At this meeting on 9/25, you will: • Hear a review of REACH Advocacy’s experience for the past two winters. • Learn what we expect to face this coming winter. • Learn what we know about the County’s plans to comply with the Governor’s Code Blue mandate. • Explore volunteer opportunities to meet the needs of our homeless neighbors. All are invited, all are welcome, St. Joseph’s House of Hospitality House of Mercy REACH Advocacy https://www.facebook.com/shelterforhomelessrochester/ Rochesterians Engaging in Action for the Chronically Homeless

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