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October 13, 2009


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I wish i was still back home in NY state for halloween, I love the farm Sanctuary and would love to come and help support and have a good time as well, I know It will be a blast, ill let my mom and sister know about it since they're still close by

There is going to be a vegan halloween party at the Amuse Gallery @ 614 Alabama St in San Francisco on Oct 31st 7pm - 11pm

Thanks, Tasha. Remember, you don't have to be at a Farm Sanctuary event to advocate for farm animals. I hope you will sign up for our Advocacy Campaign Team (ACT) today and help us make an impact in your corner of the world. Just go to for a link to the sign-up page and our outstanding "Tools and Resources" section!

Thanks for the tip, Cheryl! I hope some of our San Francisco advocates can make it to the party :)

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