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In keeping with Dr. Earle's theme and in recognition of Oakland as a waterfront city, we will present this year's "Making Democracy Work" Awards to Sandra Threlfall, founder of the Oakland Waterfront Coalition and Executive Director of Waterfront Action, and to the Oakland Museum Women's Board, whose White Elephant Sales have raised $20 million over the past 61 years for the Museum to fund special exhibits such as the one in the Natural Sciences Gallery featuring Cordell Bank Marine Sanctuary.
This is LWVO's major fundraiser. Consider sponsoring a table. Here's the response form to do that.
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Wednesday, April 22
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
436 14th Street, 2nd Floor Conference Room
Meet the Mayor
Meet and talk with Mayor Schaaf about our city's budget!
First stop on the Mayor's straight-talk budget series:
Wednesday, April 15th, 6-8pm at
Actual Cafe, 6334 San Pablo Ave.
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