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Women2Women Conversations Tour

The Women2Women Conversations Tour is coming to Pittsburgh on Wednesday, April 3rd at the University Club in Oakland! This national tour has had an impact on moving important bipartisan legislation through Congress. This event is designed for all women and all political backgrounds. Let your voice be heard. Be counted in! For more information and to reserve your seat, visit w2wtour.com/events.

Thanks to Appel Services for providing A/V services for Rose Unplugged’s 3rd Annual Deplora Ball

Appel Services is a minority owned business located in the city of Pittsburgh.

The proprietor is Antoinette Curotola of Bloomfield, Pittsburgh PA. We have

provided audio/visual equipment, services and sales to corporation, hotels, non-

profit, civic, government, institutions, schools, and churches around the western

Pennsylvania area for over 20 years From groups of 3 to over 3,600 people. We

will always work within any budget for any event. We accept all major credit cards

and operate 24hrs. a day and 7 days a week.

Appel Services

2649 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh PA 15222

(412) 281-1313

Audio/Visual Services & Sales

www.Appelservices.webs.com

davidmuehlbauer@aol.com

Congratulations to all of the finalists. I am certainly in good company!

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These are companies boycotting the NRA:

Alamo Rent a Car, Avis, Allied Van Lines, Bestwestern, Budget, Chubb Insurance, Delta Air Lines, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, First National Bank of Omaha, Hertz, MetLife, North American Van Linesm, Paramount, SimpliSafe, Symantec

I would encourage you to call those corporations that you have used in the past and let them know you will be seeking another company to meet your needs in the future.


rose unplugged
 

Pittsburgh's CONSERVATIVE TALK

This is a great opportunity for me - a chance to do a talk show that fully reflects who I am and what I care about.  While I may be providing my own version of Talk Radio — I will be strong - not strident - where issues that affect our lives on every level are concerned.  I think that we are certainly living in “interesting times”, but I believe we can survive these times with hope in ourselves, in our country,  and in our God.