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Sunday – Monday – Wens day – Thursday – Friday SFFNBs CHAPTERS
Serena & Ellen are Treasurers of SFFNBs Bank account, Serena is also Thursdays treasurer.
Pick up at RAINBOW- Groups Monday, Wednesday ,Thursday & Friday will pick up for themselves . Please DO NOT take veggies then.
$100 will come from general fund to purchase BIG POTS, up to $200 will come from Thursdays Chapter
Up to $60 will be spent for BIKE CARRIAGE ( KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN FOR ONE ).
SFFNBS Phone we be ACTIVE (again) .
Direct Action on PROP L (Tuesday 1pm station 40 )
DEEP FRYER Direct Action cumming in November
Pot luck for next meeting at possible NOISE BRIDE or someones livingroom. No date yet for NOV meeting
San Francisco Food Not Bombs has long stood against those who work for the criminalization of poverty, and we proudly stand against the proposed sit lie ordinance.
“the measure’s backers include some of the Bay Area’s wealthiest and most influential players.” — they’ve raised over $270,000 to push their anti-homeless agenda, including over $50,000 from people who don’t even live in San Francisco! Link
find a polling place
Guerrilla ads go up around town.
“Civil Sidewalks” parody
Food critic/journalist Andrew Zimmern recently filmed a segment profiling the work of San Francisco Food Not Bombs for an upcoming episode of the Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods. Irish, a chapter member sent out this email announcement (we will update when we have more details):
They filmed Katie & Margie reclaiming food for 2 nights, then Andrew worked with FNBs volunteers handing out food at the food bank (Arriba Juntos). The made a cash donation to ARRIBA and the food bank people where extremely happy with all the good publicity they received. The final day of filming was difficult. We split the cooking up to 2 kitchens, for security reasons. We filmed at Noise Bridge (tech collective) kitchen with much thanks to MILO. At noise bridge we cooked banana bread, tomato basil soup, rice and a garden salad with Andrew, while the Station 40 kitchen cooked a huge pot of Curry vegetable stir fry. We also had plenty of bread and vitamin water donations on hand. It was are largest SHARING at 16 & Mission in memory (150 plus).