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1830's Temperance Rally, 1pm, Sunday, August 1, 2010, at the Historic Village at Allaire, NJ

About an hour from both NYC and Philadelphia, just outside of Farmingdale, NJ, there will be a full scale temperance rally that includes a meeting of the Howell [Iron] Works Temperance Society, a Ladies' Temperance Tea and Social, and rousing speeches. Everyone is invited to this free event (parking $5). 

And, yes, that most utilized 'recovery program' of all time - Taking the Pledge - will be handed out in print and read out loud all together by those who so choose, whether it be for rhetorical or life changing purposes. Here is the link. (repeated at 2:30pm)

Posted by Dave Trippel on June 30, 2010 at 02:18 PM in Alcoholism, Temperance | Permalink