BLAINESWORLD #756, Section 12B (PA/NJ)

Speaking Engagement:

Bryan Miller
of Heeding God’s Call
A faith-based movement to prevent gun violence

Sunday, March 27, 2011

10:00 a.m.

Fallsington Friends Meeting House
Social Room
Main and New Falls Road
Fallsington, PA

About Heeding God’s Call
Mission & Objectives
Heeding God’s Call is a faith-based movement to prevent gun violence.
We unite people of faith in the sacred responsibility to protect our brothers, sisters and children.
Helping local faith communities organize advocacy campaigns to encourage gun shops to adopt a code of conduct to deter illegal purchasing and trafficking of handguns;
Providing support and resources for faith communities to form multi-racial, ecumenical and interfaith partnerships working together, on both social and legislative levels, to prevent gun violence;
Serving as a ‘connection point’ for congregations and partnerships to connect with, learn from and support the work of gun violence prevention organizations and efforts already in place; and
Advocating for faith communities to make commitments to raise voices and take action to prevent gun violence
Our Belief:
As people of faith…
We embrace Dr. Martin Luther King’s hope for peace and safety in our communities.
We resist apathy to this epidemic of violence, because fear, closed doors, and separation will not end it.
We unite to bring God’s vision of a peaceable kingdom, without the violent loss of over 30,000 American lives by gunfire each year.
Handguns reach streets and neighborhoods through a highly developed illegal trade – gun trafficking. These are the guns used to threaten, wound, maim and kill. The linchpins of gun trafficking are criminal entrepreneurs, traffickers, the straw buyers who stand in for them to make their bulk purchases and gun dealers who look the other way and enjoy the profits.
Heeding God’s Call helps faith communities organize to publicly pressure local gun stores to adopt a set of practices to deter straw purchasing.

More info at:


Help us celebrate April Fools’ weekend, April 1st and 2nd (and Bucks County Comedy Cabaret’s 24th Birthday!)

You and every member of your party will be admitted for half price – that’s only $10, so get your friends together for a great night of laughs. This offer is good for on-line reservations only, and YOU MUST write E-SPECIAL in the comments box to receive this offer. Plus see below for an additional free offer at our Bucks County Club.

ANYONE BORN IN 1987 will be admitted for FREE April 1st or 2nd in BUCKS COUNTY to help celebrate our 24th birthday. Plus those born in 1987 will receive a free drink – compliments of POCO’s Restaurant!!! And…..the 1/2 price offer mentioned above is only good for the 9pm Fri show and the 9:30 Sat show. YOU MUST write E-SPECIAL in the comments box to receive this offer.

Half price offer good SAT APRIL 2nd only. YOU MUST write E-SPECIAL in the comments box to receive this offer.

Half price offer is good Fri April 1st and Sat April 2nd. YOU MUST write E-SPECIAL in comments box to receive this offer.

See you ‘laughing’ at the show!

Your friends at Comedy Cabaret


BuxMont Coalition for Peace Action Presents
Film and Discussion
Sunday, April 3, 2011
6:00 pm.
Pennswood Village, Game Room
1382 Newtown-Langhorne Road
Newtown, PA 18940
About the film:
The largest domestic natural gas drilling boom in history has swept across the United States. The Halliburton-developed drilling technology of “fracking” or hydraulic fracturing has unlocked a “Saudi Arabia of natural gas” just beneath us. But is fracking safe? When filmmaker Josh Fox is asked to lease his land for drilling, he embarks on a cross-country odyssey uncovering a trail of secrets, lies and contamination. A recently drilled nearby Pennsylvania town reports that residents are able to light their drinking water on fire.
After the film (running time 1:45 minutes) we will have a discussion led by Tracy Carluccio, The Deputy Director of The Delaware Riverkeeper Network.
This event is free and open to the public so please invite anyone you think would be interested.

Contact: Cathy Leary 215-917-2891
*This film and discussion will take the place of the monthly Lower Bucks Coalition for Peace Action meeting.


The Bucks County Community College journalism program and the Centurion student newspaper present the 12th annual Media Day Forum:

Timothy J. Carroll
staff writer

Rachel Canelli
Bucks County Courier Times

Karl Smith
Regional Editor for Bucks County

Jenna Ekdahl
Local Editor

Tuesday, April 5


Workshops will be as follows:

8 to 9:15 a.m. – Writing for a political website: Tim Carroll

9:30 to 10:45 a.m. – Doing video reporting for a newspaper website: Rachel Canelli

11 to 12:15 p.m. – Reporting for Karl Smith and Jenna Ekdahl

You’ll also get a chance to:

-Hear about the college’s programs in journalism and communications

-See the college’s high-tech journalism center where classes are held and the student newspaper is produced

This event is free and open to the public

Students coming in buses can be dropped off at the entrance to the college’s Gateway Center (building 26 on the campus map). Buses should park in student parking Lot C (see campus map). Individual visitors attending Media Day can park in the visitor’s parking lots or also in
Lot C.

For more information, contact journalism Professor Tony Rogers at
215-968-8165 or at


Wednesday, April 6 at 7:30 pm at Princeton B&N:

Caroline Kennedy: She Walks in Beauty: A Woman’s Journey Through Poems
Caroline Kennedy joins us for a signing of her new book of poems that held special meaning to her mother and bring meaning to women everywhere. Join us for this perfect springtime Event. Line pass distribution begins at 2:00 pm.

For additional details, e-mail


Tom Orr, Meagan Hill and Joe Flanagan present “The Sixties Before Sixty”

Thursday, May 5 · 8:00pm – 11:00pm
Bob Egan’s New Hope
6426 Lower York Road
New Hope, PA
Created By
Tom Orr

Those great popular songs of the 60’s are going on 60 years old. They are the tunes of their childhood, and Tom, Meagan and Joe mean to sing them before they get to 60 first. These popular cabaret performers bring their own unique wit and style to their favorite songs from the era that “changed it all”. This promises to be more fun than a barrel of Monkees!

Tickets $20.00
Food and drink minimum $15.00
featuring Jim Barto on trumpet.

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