May 2013


Highlighted Project: NOON Steering Committee


The NOON Steering Committee develops new programs and tracks their progress, discusses issues, sets our guiding direction for NOON. Members may choose to work on a specific project, as their time and inclination permits.

 You are welcome to attend a Steering Committee meeting. This can be a good way to learn about our projects and see where you might become more active with NOON.

Or you can help by sharing your ideas for NOON or letting us know about venues for tabling and presentations by contacting NOON.

Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Syracuse Peace Council office, 2013 E. Genesee St, 2nd floor.

Since new people often have a lot of questions, we recommend talking with Carol Baum, Syracuse Peace Council Staff (315-472-5478 , carol@peacecouncil.net) or Sue Eiholzer, NOON Volunteer (315-492-2684 , rsue@twcny.rr.com) before the meeting.
315-472-5478315-492-2684
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Upcoming Events:


Check upcoming events for the Two Row Renewal Campaign at 
http://honorthetworow.org/events/upcoming-events/

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MONTHLY:

 

 August 13 - Monthly NOON Steering Committee Meeting, 7-8:30 pm, Syracuse Peace Council, open. Since new people often have a lot of questions, we recommend talking with Carol Baum, Syracuse Peace Council Staff (315-472-5478315-472-5478 , carol@peacecouncil.net) or Sue Eiholzer, NOON Volunteer (315-492-2684315-492-2684 , rsue@twcny.rr.com) before the meeting.

August 20 - Monthly Doctrine of Discovery Study Group, 7 pm at the home of Sue & Paul Eiholzer, 4178 Coye Rd, Jamesville, NY 13078. For directions or information, 315 492-2684 or rsue@twcny.rr.com

August 21 - Shaleshock CNY Meeting on local hydrofracking efforts, 6 pm, Community Room, Onondaga Free Library.
 http://www.shaleshockcny.org/index.html

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SAVE THE DATE:

August 31 & Sept. 1 - 32nd Annual Iroquois Indian Festival at Iroquois Museum in Howes Cave, NY. For a list of museum events http://www.iroquoismuseum.org/calendar.htm

 

September 28 & 29 - The Saratoga Native American Festival, http://www.saratoganativefestival.com/site/

 

Sept 28 & 29 - Skä·noñh—Great Law of Peace Center, Haudenosaunee Wooden Stick Lacrosse Games & Festival, Onondaga Lake Park, watch for further details.

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Other items of interest:

Article on the new Skä·noñh—Great Law of Peace Center by Phil Arnold, Founding Director 
http://imaginingamerica.org/fg-item/the-ska·nonh-great-law-of-peace-center-as-collaborative-space-at-onondaga-lake-park

 

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