* WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 2010 *
6pm - 8:30pm
80 Fifth Avenue,
Entrance on SW corner of 14th Street
Jonathan Butler & Eric Demby
Co-Founders, Brooklyn Flea
Join Citizens Union in awarding its 2nd Annual Community Leadership Award to Jonathan Butler and Eric Demby, co-founders of the Brooklyn Flea, for their creativity in building forums for exchange - both physical and virtual - that are strengthening New Yorkers' spirit of community.
Featured Speaker: Vin Cipolla, Municipal Art Society
Special performance by Zora Howard, NYC Youth Poet Laureate, a program of the NYC Voter Assistance Commission
Nancy Bowe & Edward Swenson - Co-Chairs
John P. Avlon
Judi Rappoport Blitzer
Nancy and Tony Bowe
Gerrard P. Bushell
James F. Capalino
John and Damaris Horan
George and Mariana Kaufman
Robert M. Kaufman
Eric S. Lee
Ken and Barbara Seplow
Peter J.W. Sherwin
David William Wang
To join the Host Committee contact Bethany Wall at Citizens Union
212-227-0342 ext.16, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Citizens Union and Citizens Union Foundation
As an independent, nonpartisan civic organization dedicated to promoting good government and advancing political reform in the City and State of New York, Citizens Union serves as a watchdog for the public interest and an advocate for the common good. For more than a century, we have worked to ensure fair elections, clean campaigns, and open, effective government that is accountable to the citizens of New York. Believing that an informed citizenry is the cornerstone of a thriving local democracy, Citizens Union Foundation - the research, education, and advocacy organization affiliated with CU - publishes GothamGazette.com, a front row seat to New York City policies and politics.
For More Information
Purchase tickets online or contact Kristine Bruch at McEvoy & Associates
212-228-7446 x15 or email@example.com.
Gifts to Spring for Reform support Citizens Union's work to shape and promote legislation that serves the public interest. Given the nature of this work, contributions are not tax-deductible. For more information contact Bethany Wall at 212-227-0342, x16.