If you live in Houston, Collin County or Austin, please make plans to join local TCADP members and supporters in your area!
Houston: Fair and Just Lunch Series, November 12
Please join TCADP on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 for the second FAIR & JUST lunch series in Houston! Meet other supporters in the area and hear from special guest speaker Kristin Houlé, the Executive Director of TCADP, from 12:30 to 1:30 PM in the community room at St. Anne’s Catholic Church, 2140 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77098. (Note: Access the church parking lot from Fairview Street is easiest due to construction on Westheimer.) The lunch order has closed, but you’re welcome to bring your own lunch, if you prefer. Beverages will be provided. Questions? Please call TCADP Board Member Mary Heartlein at 713/419-9861 or TCADP Member Alison West at 713/598-4182. RSVP
Collin County: First local meeting to be held in Allen, November 12
The new TCADP group in Collin County will be holding its first monthly meeting in Allen, Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at Suncreek United Methodist Church and we hope to see you! Please come and mingle with TCADP supporters in the area as they formulate a game plan to bring the abolition of the death penalty to the forefront in Collin County. They will discuss meeting with Texas representatives, presenting a film to fellow citizens as well as how they can make a difference in Texas repeal efforts.
Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 7:00PM – 8:00PM
Suncreek United Methodist Church, Round Room
1517 W McDermott Dr Allen, TX 75013
Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
Austin: TCADP Lunch discussion with Dr. Kate Allen, November 13
Please join other TCADP members and supporters in Austin on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 from 11:45am to 1:00pm for lunch at The Clay Pit Restaurant, 1601 Guadalupe St Austin, TX 78701! The restaurant has a great lunch buffet which will make service easy for us. Our guest speaker will be Dr. Kate Allen. She grew up in central Texas and worked on America’s East Coast, West Coast, and the Midwest before returning to Austin in 2000. She has been a clinical social worker, professor of social work, psychotherapist, and trainer since 1973. Dr. Allen is professor emerita from California State University, Sacramento. Licensed in Texas and California, she has testified in and worked on dozens of cases in six states, including capital murder trials, 1st degree murder trials, and “failure-to-protect” civil cases. Dr. Allen is known as an Attachment Specialist, providing consultation, testimony, and training in that area. She will talk with us about her experiences as an expert witness in death penalty cases. We hope to see you at the Clay Pit on November 13. RSVP is closed. At capacity, sorry!
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