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8:00 a.m. Childs-pace Foundation, Inc., Wildswing Golf Tournament and Fundraiser in a Basket, Newport Beach Golf Course 3600 Irvine Avenue. Contact: Susan Kopicki, sckopicki@yahoo.com; 949-872-0966. http://www.childs-pace.org

2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. SoCal Grassroots Coordinating Committee Meeting. 2221 Rosecrans Ave. Suite 229. El Seguno, CA. 90245. Contact: Tom Mullens. http://www.socalgrassroots.org/calendar

6:30 p.m. Reclaim Democracy, a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring citizen control over corporations. Irvine Ranch Water District Multipurpose Room, 156000 Sand Canyon. The topic is immigration and the agenda will include a slide show presentation, a screening of the film Uprooted: Refugees From the Global Economy, and a discussion. Some good and very timely information will be provided and the discussion should be quite lively! Please encourage friends to join us and send an invitation to any groups you might be part of; I’d love to see a big crowd at this one.Contact: Steve Spanier, 949-654-7500, fwysngrns@cox.net. www.reclaimdemocracy.org/rdc/index.php?title=Orange_County

10:00 a.m. – 3 p.m. Costa Mesa,Human Rights Forum At the Orange Coast UU Church 1259 Victoria St. Costa Mesa, Steve Rohde, attorney, past president, ACLU: Human Rights and Presidential Powers Richard Gillock, Orange County ACLU Impact of Immigration Enforcement by Local Police Coyotl Tezcalipoca, Tonantzin Collective Local Organizing Panel on Water Justice: Bill Lakin, Board Member, UUSC, S. CA. Unit Chris Hill, civil engineer Dorothy Green, Water Impact Network Round Table on Women’s Issues: Lucia Munoz, MIA (Mujeres Iniciando) Speaker from Committee Against Sex Trafficing All day attendance – $25 at the door Students, $10; no one turned away for lack of funds. More info call Lucia: 714-545-4006; Birdie: 714-969-1824 or Ruth: 714-567-0188 Flyer downloadable at: http://www.he.net/~uusca/unit.htm

10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Soka University’s 5th Annual International Festival Adults: $5, free for under 18. Over 760 musicians and dancers performing on three stages. International food, art exhibitions, exhibitors, story telling, street painting, library book sale, ceramic art sale, games, and more! See www.soka.edu/festival for list of entertainers and exhibitors. Come early and please car pool if possible.

3:30 p.m. Channel 7: the Californial League of Conservation Voters Gubebnatorial (Angelides and Westley) Debate www.ecovote.org/debate/

5:30 p.m. Interfaith Council Banquet Keynote Speaker Lissa Marie Coffey Tickets $20 Garden Grove Community Center 11300 Stanford Garden Grove, CA 92480 Call 714-890-5203 or 943-2290 for info