TURKEY VIGIL 2000
Please Join Us!
UPC activist Jamey West will hold our Third Annual Turkey Vigil in memory of the
millions of turkeys who suffered and died needlessly this year.
Friday November 17th
Atop the Bethesda Metro Station.
Bethesda, MD-Metropolitan Washington DC Area
Directions: Take Wisconsin Avenue (Rt 355) south from the Beltway 10 miles to the
intersection of East West Highway & Wisconsin Avenue. Vigil will be on the right side
of the street. Bethesda Metro is on the Red Line just a few stops north of DC.
The Bethesda Metro gets lots of people coming out of the Metro and walking to
restaurants and bars in the area. Also, lots of auto traffic headed for Georgetown. We
have banners, signs, brochures and candles. Just bring yourself and help get the message
out: NO "BASTED IN BLOOD." TURKEYS ARE FRIENDS, NOT FOOD.
For more information contact
Jamey Lee West: 301-990-0593
Franklin Wade: firstname.lastname@example.org
UPC Will Hold 2nd Annual
Anti-White House Turkey Pardoning Ceremony Protest Wed Nov 22nd-Please join us!
For Information Contact Karen Davis at 757-678-7875; Karen@upc-online.org
Franklin Wade at Franklin@upc-online.org
Date: Wednesday, November 22nd
Action: UPC will hold a protest demonstration against the presidential "pardoning of a turkey" ceremony at the
White House. Instead of "pardoning" innocent birds in false ceremonies of "compassion," we will urge Americans
to pioneer new traditions of respect and compassion for turkeys. Last year The Washington Post reported (Nov. 25),
"United Poultry Concerns, a Washington-area group, [was] outside the White House to raise compassion for put-upon
birds everywhere. Founder Karen Davis held one end of a banner that got to the heart of the matter: 'Turkeys: Meet One, Don't Eat One.'"
Time: 1 PM to 3 PM (time subject to change depending on White House announcement)
Place: White House Sidewalk
Please Join Us.
Thanksgiving Day Nov 23, 2000
Date: Thursday November 23rd - Thanksgiving Day
Place: The White House Sidewalk, Washington DC
Time: 10 AM - 11 AM
Action: This peaceful protest will feature a Twenty Foot Tall "Turkey" Depicting the Pain and Suffering Inherent
in America's Thanksgiving Feast. The turkey, constructed by Canadian artist Brandon Leudke, will symbolically have
her throat cut. Vegetarian refreshments will be served to members of the press and the public. UPC President Karen
Davis has been invited to speak. Other speakers are expected. Please Join Us.
For More Information Call 1-888-NOTMILK (668-6455).
Visit The TurkeySave Project Website at www.TurkeySave.com.
Website Contact: Brandon Leudke at email@example.com
A ROBERT COHEN PROJECT.
KEEP YOUR CALENDAR OPEN AFTER THANKSGIVING
because . . .
You Are Cordially Invited to Share the 11th Annual Feast
Hosted by United Poultry Concerns
Meet Boris and Florence the turkeys, Katya the duck, and Juliet, Marlow, Abner, Sarah,
Karla, Sunflower, Freeda, and Joella the chickens, plus many other happy hens and
Saturday, November 25, 2000, 2:00 to 6:00 PM
12325 Seaside Road, Machipongo, VA 23405
Please bring one all-vegetarian (vegan) dish to share. If you are not familiar with vegan
food, please come and taste what's cooking!
Directions: From Norfolk, cross the bridge. Drive 20 min. on Rt 13 North to the B & B
convenience store & Chevron Station on the right. Turn right onto Machipongo Drive.
Go a mile or less to the first stop sign. Turn left onto Seaside Road. Drive a mile to 12325
Seaside Road on the right--the white house just past Webb's Island Road.
From Maryland, DC, Northern VA, take the Beltway to Rt 50 East. Cross the Bay Bridge.
Drive through Salisbury, Md. Get on Rt 13 South towards Norfolk. Drive 80 miles to Rt
620, Birdsnest. Turn left onto Birdsnest Drive. Go a mile to the first stop sign. Turn right
onto Seaside Road. Go to 12325 Seaside Road on the left.
From Richmond, take Interstate 64 East. After passing exits to Norfolk International
Airport, take the next exit onto Northampton Blvd (Rt 13) to the Chesapeake Bay Tunnel
Bridge. Cross the bridge. Keep going straight on 13 and follow the above directions from