Cat Lovers Against the Bomb

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Cat Lovers Against the Bomb

Now Available!
Cat Lovers Against the Bomb
2010 Wall Calendar

Order Online via Northern Sun

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or: nfpstate@nebraskansforpeace.org

Call: (877) 778-3434
Write: CLAB-NR - P.O. Box 83466 - Lincoln, NE 68501
$9.00 per Calendar plus $1.75 postage

A Bit of History
The 2010 calendar is the 27th successive calendar. Esther Cope, DeCourcy Squire and Bill Waters, inspired by a CAT LOVERS AGAINST THE BOMB button from England, started the project to benefit Nebraskans for Peace.
After some discussion they came up with the 1984 CAT LOVERS AGAINST THE BOMB (CLAB) wall calendar as a way to reach out to others of like mind — and to cat lovers who were not yet against the bomb.
Their ideas captured the imagination of others in Nebraskans for Peace with the late Betty Olson continuing as editor for many years. Since her death in 1999, publishing of the calendar has been the project of the CLAB Editorial Committee. Friends of CLAB make up an informal network of cat lovers promoting peace and justice.
The connection between cat lovers and peace lovers is a phenomenon many have observed and is accentuated in the unique matching of cat photos and thought-provoking quotations in the calendar.
All profit from sales of CLAB calendars and CLAB merchandise supports Nebraskans for Peace, a statewide advocacy organization working non-violently for peace with justice through community building, education and political action.
Published by Nebraskans for Peace 
Printed in the U.S.A. by a union printer

A Bit of History
The 2010 calendar is the 27th successive calendar. Esther Cope, DeCourcy Squire and Bill Waters, inspired by a CAT LOVERS AGAINST THE BOMB button from England, started the project to benefit Nebraskans for Peace.

After some discussion they came up with the 1984 CAT LOVERS AGAINST THE BOMB (CLAB) wall calendar as a way to reach out to others of like mind — and to cat lovers who were not yet against the bomb.Their ideas captured the imagination of others in Nebraskans for Peace with the late Betty Olson continuing as editor for many years. Since her death in 1999, publishing of the calendar has been the project of the CLAB Editorial Committee. Friends of CLAB make up an informal network of cat lovers promoting peace and justice. The connection between cat lovers and peace lovers is a phenomenon many have observed and is accentuated in the unique matching of cat photos and thought-provoking quotations in the calendar.

All profit from sales of CLAB calendars and CLAB merchandise supports Nebraskans for Peace, a statewide advocacy organization working non-violently for peace with justice through community building, education and political action.

Published by Nebraskans for Peace 
Printed in the U.S.A. by a union printer

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