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Concord, NH visits local Senate office to introduce CNV and holds Peace Vigil

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.22.14

We had a busload of Concord High School students with chaperones go to climate march yesterday for CNV NH, and we will send photos of them as soon as they come in.

Today, CNV NH visited all the congressional offices to meet with staff,introduce CNV and speak about alternatives to escalating military action.Also went to Governor Hassan’s office and the Democratic Campaign office in NH with same messages.

The two photos are of LR Berger and Will Hopkins at Senator Ayotte’s office.

9/23
Locals in Concord held a Peace Vigil! See image in slideshow

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