Will Hopkins of NH Peace Action to speak at Plymouth Area Democrats event

June 12th, 2014 by Lynn

    Will Hopkins

    PLYMOUTH — Will Hopkins, speaking on “Sequestration and the Slush Fund: the Myths and Realities of Pentagon Spending,” will be the featured speaker at the regular monthly meeting of the Plymouth Area Democrats on Wednesday, June 18, at the Plymouth Regional Senior Center on Depot Road in Plymouth.

    Hopkins’ presentation will begin at 7 p.m. There will be an opportunity for questions from the audience at its conclusion.

    Will Hopkins grew up in Plymouth, and is a graduate of Plymouth State University. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Sociology and a Master’s degree in business administration, with a certificate of advanced graduate studies in strategic marketing management. He currently serves as the Director of New Hampshire Peace Action, and is the state’s only paid peace activist.

    New Hampshire Peace Action is a non-profit organization whose members are dedicated to making a contribution to world peace, envisioning a world in which nuclear disarmament, mutual security, global understanding, international cooperation and respect for human rights create social, economic, and environmental benefits for all humanity.

    The Plymouth Area Democrats welcome the public to attend their meetings, which start at 5:30 p.m. with a potluck supper and social hour, followed by a brief business meeting and the featured event. For further information, please call 536-2856.

     

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