Monday, November 21, 2005

Carleton Clubs Updates

Hey again - this was in my Carleton inbox courtesy of the Rights and Democracy Club. Also be sure to check out other Carleton Club Activities on their events site HERE.

Anyway, from Rights and Democracy....:

Christmas jingles starting to drive you insane..............?
The following events will make you want to sing along whatever your religion....
Check em out.

1) Forget the bling and go for a donkey.
Want to put smiles on lots of faces this holiday season? Give a gift that always fits – to relatives, friends or colleagues. Purchase a donkey in their name.

Why a donkey?
A donkey can literally transform life for families in Africa. Donkeys can carry water, freeing up children so they can go to school. Donkeys help transport goods to market so that parents can earn more income to buy food and other necessities for their family.

It's easy. simply go to CHF (Formally the Canadian Hunger Foundation)'s site and purchase a donkey.

2) Second Annual Christmas Extravanganza: Benefit for the Homeless

COSMIC JUICE / TIM's MYTH / DJ Rick "The Plant" hosted by Trevor Thompson.

7:30 pm, Zaphod Beeblebrox, 27 York Street, Ottawa, Ontario

Our goal is to buy Christmas meals for 500 homeless people in Ottawa. Your ticket will pay for 3 meals.

For full details go to

3) Stephen Lewis, United Nations Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, will be speaking about "Where in the World is the World Headed?" at Carleton University on November 22, at 7:30 p.m., when he delivers the fifth annual Sun Life Financial Lecture.

Lewis will make a panoramic sweep of international affairs with a focus on globalization, conflict, poverty, and disease.

The talk will take place in the Bell Theatre, Minto Centre, and is free and open to the public. Seating is limited.

Please RSVP to

The Sun Life Financial Lecture series showcases the humanities and liberal arts, and is hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Social Science at Carleton. It is funded by Sun Life Financial.

That's all for now, have a great weekend!



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