Thursday, April 30, 2015

Fwd: URBAN YOUTH & Joblessness, plus spectator support -- and SHOUT!

Hi Friends of Peace and Justice:

Youth behaviors and urban joblessness is getting some attention with recent events in Baltimore.

In Pittsburgh, we've been working hard to get kids, ages 14-21, to apply for an expanded city and county summer job program, 2015's Earn & Learn. 

Today at 6 pm, April 30, 2015 is the DEADLINE for applications.

Rush into 5321 Penn Ave in Garfield with the application, and other documents such as birth certificates, SS card, proof of address and pay stubs / benefits documentation. If the household income is BELOW a certain ceiling, a shot at a job for 20 hours per week job, at $7.25 an hour for 6 weeks is possible. 

Meanwhile, they play a major-league baseball game to an empty stadium. Humm...

To support the YOUTH beyond jobs, SHOW up when they PERFORM for the good. 

EVERYONE in Pittsburgh should go to the Obama Academy's high school musical, showing at 8 pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 30, May 1, 2, 2015. Tickets at the door. It is called "Shout" and has music from the '60s and '70s. The singing, dancing and TALENT is INSPIRING. Amazing. You'll be thrilled and so entertained. Even if you have younger kids or have no connection to the school, you'll LOVE the show. 

If you can't go to the show in any of the next three days, then consider going to a local high school baseball game, softball game, or a boys HS volleyball playoff game. Also, on Friday, May 15, is Pittsburgh Public Schools TAKE A FATHER to SCHOOL DAY. Check out those schedules. Lend a hand.

Finally, we are still playing adult, community water polo on Friday nights at the Thelma Lovette YMCA on Centre Ave in Pittsburgh's Hill District. Drop in after 5 pm. Swim some laps. Join in the fun.

Thanks for the consideration and all you do for our youth.

Mark Rauterkus    
PPS Summer Dreamers' Swim and Water Polo Camp Head Coach
Varsity Boys Swim Coach, Pittsburgh Obama Academy
Head Water Polo Coach, Carnegie Mellon University Women's Club Team
Pittsburgh Combined Water Polo Team
412 298 3432 = cell

Monday, April 27, 2015

Fwd: Teen Summer Job Application Deadline NOW!--Looking for Job Fair Employers

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: <>
Date: Apr 27, 2015 12:34 PM
Subject: Teen Summer Job Application Deadline NOW!--Looking for Job Fair Employers
To: <>

Deadline for 14 to 21 year olds summer job applications is at 6 pm on Thursday, April 30th at 6 pm.
See attached application for more details.
On June 4th the Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center will be having its annual job fair. Over 1,700 attended last year.
Over 45 employers have already signed up to participate.
If you are employer receiving this email download the attached "Job Fair Interest Form" and fax back the interest form.
If you know of an employer who could benefit please share the information with them.
Rick Flanagan
Eastside  Neighborhood Employment Center
5321 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA  15224

Fwd: The Eagle

Articles in the school newspaper on TWO fun spring events, YAG and the OBAMA Drama Musical.

The Eagle

Opening Night at the Musical

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 05:35 AM PDT

April 23, 2015 was the opening night of the musical SHOUT. I had to interview Jasmine Deakings because I was completely fascinated about how she was explaining how good the show would be. After all the months and weekends of practice, it all turned out to be a success.

Keshya Jones: How did you prepare yourself for the opening night?

Jasmine Deakings: Preparation for opening night is always nerve racking, but it is extremely exciting as well. After making sure that both my makeup and hair was 60s and mod, I said a prayer for myself and my cast, hoping for a night of success after all the hard work and dedication we put in.

KJ: Where you nervous before the show?

JB: My nerves were all over the place! They were on an all-time high because the cast was majority freshmen and I was hoping that the audience didn't shake them up. However, the audience did the exact opposite! Everyone did great.

 KJ: What was your role in the musical?

JB: I played the role Penelope, blue girl's partner and I was a member of the ensemble as well.

KJ: What was your best experience while working in the musical?

JB: My best experience in the musical was having the opportunity to be student director and watch the show come together. It was great to meet such a new and different people and create friendships as well. I learned to love everyone in my cast very much and they are more like family.

KJ: Did you feel stressed while being a student director and being in the play yourself?

JB: Yes, yes, yes! The second Ms. McKrell made me student director, the pressure was on. Being student director means tons of responsibility. Ms. McKrell was extremely hard on me, but I knew that it was only because she saw the leader in me. In the end, all of the stress, blood, sweat and tears were worth it. I wouldn't trade my cast or this experience for the world.

KJ: As a senior, how do you feel as this being your last year in the musical?

JB: I could write an entire essay on how I feel about this being my last year in the musical. Being a senior in the musical is a bittersweet feeling. Like I finally made it, but at the same time I know I will never have another experience like this. Ms. McKrell was an amazing director, mentor and role model. She taught me so much about myself and life in general. Theater has been an overall life changing experience for me. Musical taught me the definition of leadership, dedication and hard work.

    After interviewing Jasmine Deakings I noticed that she was extremely happy answering the questions. But she was also sad about being a senior and this being her last time in the musical. As I watched how she was in the musical and directed it, I was amazed how it turned out. The crowd loved it and so did I. As Jasmine moves on to college, I wish her the best of luck on her upcoming years!

YAG in Harrisburg

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 05:25 AM PDT

"The next bill on the calendar is bill number 794. Will the clerk please read the title and purpose of the bill?"

"The bill title is 'Internet for All Act.' The purpose of the bill is to provide everyone with free internet."

"Is bill sponsor present? The sponsor is now recognized for a 2 minute sponsorship speech."

For three days, this is how the chamber sessions started. There is a club at Obama nicknamed YAG that stands for Youth and Government. Throughout the year, the club has held meetings learning Parliamentary Procedure, how to write briefs (for those in Judicial) and what to expect at model.

There were two earlier meetings where all delegations on the western side of Pennsylvania met. The first one was elections. We elected Committee Chairs for the senate and house. They run the committee meetings where bills are first debated. There were also elections for justices, gold lt. governor, and editor in chief. The next meeting was in preparation for the trip to Harrisburg. There we edited our bills, revised briefs, and learned our tasks in the model government.

On Thursday, we actually left for Harrisburg. People in leadership positions or in press got off the bus at the hotel, and the rest of us traveled to Gettysburg. There we watched a movie outlining the Civil War, and the importance of the Battle of Gettysburg. Then we took a tour of the battlegrounds and stopped at some monuments for pictures and a brief history. When we got to some cannons, we stopped and our tour guide explained how the process of loading a cannon. The freshmen were a group and we were able to imaginarily load the cannon in 17 seconds. The juniors challenged us and came close with 18 seconds.

After we arrived back at the hotel, we had a bit of time to unpack and then we had to get ready to go downstairs to get our schedules for the next three days. Everyone gets a bill book that includes everybody's schedule and location in the capitol building. We then broke off into Blue and Gold House and the Senate split into majority and minority parties. Senators voted for party leader, party whip and secretary. The Gold Senate had a few leaders from Obama delegation. Ian Thomas was majority party secretary, Jordon Picone was the chaplain, I- Lucy Pearsall- Finch was the secretary and Lainey Newman was the Gold Lt. Governor! She was in charge of the entire gold senate consisting of mostly first year members.

The first day was a little hectic. We spent the entire day in the capitol building. GORGEOUS! a little confusing but that was very much ok. All the returning members who for the most part knew the layout were very helpful with giving directions. The legislators were in and out of senate and house chambers and committee meetings. Everyone was trying to get there bill passed. Some were able to get there bill through both chambers and signed by the governor! The days were long, and each night when we finally got back to our rooms, there was a bit of planning for the next night. Sleep was limited but the hotel beds were comfy! Saturday night was the Gov Ball. Everyone got dressed up and looking cute!! We listened to a couple speeches and awards were given to some advisors. After that, a bunch of us went out and played a slightly intense game of Apples to Apples. The last day was elections, awards, and goodbyes. Lainey Newman won Lt. Governor for next year and some from our delegation won best Committee Chair. The bigger positions for next year- Lt. Governor, Speaker of the house and Governor have been chosen for next year. The trip to Harrisburg was a lot of fun. We got to meet people from delegations on the East Side and make friends across the state. I'm looking forward to next year.


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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Fwd: Appeal from Ukrainian Trade Unionists

True or not, I don't know. Something to wonder about.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Andy Piascik <>
Subject: Appeal from Ukrainian Trade Unionists
To: Andy Piascik <>

Activists from the New York area are working on a US speaking tour with some radical trade unionists from Ukraine. Step one is to publicize the attached statement; step two is the speaking tour. Please circulate far and wide. I will follow up in the next day or two with  details about where and when they will be speaking. Solidarity,
                                                   APPEAL OF THE INITIATIVE GROUP FOR DEMOCRACY AND                              
                                                                         INTERNATIONALISM IN UKRAINE
Ukrainian anti-fascists are calling on people around the world to mark May 2 as a day of commemoration of those who were killed in the trade union building in Odessa. 
On May 2, 2014 there was a bloody massacre in Odessa where, though data is incomplete, at least 48 people were killed. Some of them were burned alive in the House of Trade Unions. The organizers of the massacre were radical Ukrainian nationalists and fascists who support the regime established in the Kiev after the coup in February 2014. Their opponents were the participants of the Antimaydan movement opposed to Ukrainian fascism. They belonged to different political tendencies, but opposition to Ukrainian fascism united them. It was they who were the main victims of the massacre on the May 2. Fleeing from the crowd of aggressive and armed fascists which greatly outnumbered them, the Antimaydan activists tried to take refuge in the House of Trade Unions located near their camp. They were largely without weapons, as they consistently preferred peaceful forms of protest. The enemy attacked the House of Trade Unions with Molotov cocktails, igniting a fire that caused many of those inside the building to flee outside. There, angry Ukrainian fascists beat and killed them. Others who observed this remained inside until they either burned to death, suffocated or jumped out of windows to their deaths. Others who remained inside were hunted down and murdered in cold blood. Local fire service deliberately did not go to the assistance of the desperate people and when it finally arrived, the fascists did not let the fire trucks or firefighters approach the burning building.
The ruling government of Ukraine is doing everything to hide and distort the truth about this crime. The official list of dead people has not been published yet. The results of forensic examination of the causes of deaths are classified and were not disclosed until recently. None of the perpetrators of the massacre has been arrested; the state prosecutor's office deliberately ignores numerous videos proving their guilt. Instead, people who tried to defend the House of Trade Unions have been arrested and put on trial. Though the investigation found no evidence of their guilt, the court refuses to set them free. Official propaganda since the day of tragedy has spread lies like "the House of Trade Unions was not protected by people from Odessa but by citizens of Transnistria and Russian saboteurs", calls these people terrorists and separatists even though the leaders of the Odessa's "Antimaydan" never called for the separation of the Odessa region from Ukraine. But various supporters of this Kiev regime replicate this lie all over the world.
The Odessa tragedy is just one act in the civil war the Kiev fascists launched last spring against its own people that. This is not the only event of its kind. The atrocities of the fascists on May 9, 2014 in Mariupol, massive bloodshed in the Donbass, sadistic treatment of war prisoners, deliberate destruction of vital facilities in the Donbass, the recent excesses of Ukrainian soldiers in Konstantinovka (Kostyantynivka) - all of them are the links of the same chain. This is a manifestation of the bloody totalitarian nature of the regime in Kiev, established in the heart of Europe with the blessing of western political leaders. But the Odessa massacre became a symbol of these atrocities. In Odessa, the Kiev regime's political opponents asserted their own rights without weapons, by peaceful means and they were ruthlessly suppressed with astonishing cruelty and cynicism. The task of all progressive forces of the world is to demonstrate their condemnation and rejection of such methods.
The Kiev regime wants to forcibly impose on the entire population of Ukraine its system of values which totally rejects the Soviet period in the history of Ukraine. It is based on the traditions of Ukrainian integral nationalism, which is the local Ukrainian variant of fascist ideology. These ideas of integral nationalism inspired such figures as Stepan Bandera. For a significant part of Ukrainian society, such attitudes are unacceptable. That is why opposition appeared. Despite all the repression, people have been fighting against the reactionaries and actively looking for an alternative. But the forces of resistance in Ukraine are split, and some of them are not guided by consistently democratic principles. Some of them receive help from Russian nationalists and therefore think that the alternative to Ukrainian fascism is Russian nationalism. But this is wrong and a dead end road. Therefore, the solidarity of international left forces with the liberation struggle against the Kiev regime will help the people of see they have friends and strengthen the democratic tendencies in the camp of resistance.
Finally, solidarity of leftist and internationalist forces is important not only for Ukraine. Now we see the rise of right-wing reactionary movements around the world. In many European countries, neo-fascists are growing in popularity, the youth are joining their parties, and they are gaining more and more votes. Totalitarianism has intensified everywhere and gone on the offensive. The civil war in Ukraine is just one of many episodes of offensive of international reaction forces. But this episode is very revealing. Ukraine is a European country and it in this European country that for the first time in the 21st century that fascists have entered a government while fascist paramilitaries have received legal status in the army and other state authorities. We can resist this attack on our principles and values together, combining our efforts all round the world.
Therefore, we propose to make May 2 a day of international solidarity in defense of democracy and internationalism in Ukraine. To this end, we urge the leftist forces around the world to hold in early May actions of solidarity with the liberation struggle of the working masses of Ukraine. This can be a picket, a march, a meeting, a round table and any other action which would be considered appropriate by activists not indifferent to the problems of Ukraine. From our side, our initiative group will contribute to the dissemination of information about these actions in the media.
Ivan Melekhov
Jeanne Camus
Yefim Mironov
Stanislav Yushchenko
Contact address
New York Contact:

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Fwd: Seating is Limited! Register NOW for Double-Goal Coaching Certification Workshop

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "J Wester" <>
Date: Apr 23, 2015 9:31 AM
Subject: Fwd: Seating is Limited! Register NOW for Double-Goal Coaching Certification Workshop
To: "Mark Rauterkus" <>

Good morning Mark! I just wanted to keep you in the loop about our mentoring in athletics initiative. We've decided to move ahead with a training on the subject. The details of the event are below. If you are willing and able, we'd love if you could help us spread the word about this event by forwarding this message to your network.

Thank you!

Positive Coaching Alliance: Double-Goal Coach:
Coaching for Winning and Life Lessons
Join TMP and Pittsburgh Steeler Will Allen on Saturday, June 6th from 9-12:30 p.m. for this interactive workshop where you will:
  • Develop strategies for honing a student athlete's on-field performance while keeping spirits high and motivation positive
  • Help student athletes incorporate on-field coaching lessons into their daily life performance and success
  • Learn how to build mutually supportive relationships with parents and league leaders to establish and maintain a positive competitive environment inside youth sports
  • Enjoy an interactive discussion with fellow coaches and a facilitator with extensive coaching experience

Workshop sponsored by the Pittsburgh Penguins
Registration only $10 per coach

You will receive:
  • Certification as a Double-Goal Coach
  • Power of Double-Goal Coaching book from PCA Executive Director, Jim Thompson
  • Free breakfast
  • Sports items for your team, free clipboards, concussion prevention information and chances to win some great prizes!

Seating is limited!  Click here to register now and secure your spot for this dynamic event!

Questions?  Check out the event website or email Kristine Pugliese, Everyday Mentoring Coordinator, at
About The Mentoring Partnership

The Mentoring Partnership has served the Southwestern PA area for 20 years with our belief that young people are enriched by the support of a caring mentor.  Learn more at

About Positive Coaching Alliance

Positive Coaching Alliance is a national non-profit developing "Better Athletes, Better People" by working to provide all youth and high school athletes a positive, character-building youth sports experience.  Learn more at

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Sunday, April 19, 2015

Help in reaching kids, ages 14 to 21, for the city and county's summer job program before the application deadline

I've been working in April 2015 as a recruiter for the 2015 Learn & Earn Youth Job Program so that kids are aware and making their application for summer jobs. We go to schools and mingle at lunch period to help get out the word. But there are plenty of others that we are not reaching, and we could use your help.

As you see a kid in the next week, ask them if they've got a summer job and if they've applied for the city program.

The application is full of "red tape" in that the kids need birth certificate, a Social Security card (not just the number), proof of address (a copy of a report card with the student's name and address will do), and proof of household family income too. All the details on in an 8-page PDF.

B for Break Dance


Posted by DJ Aligator on Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Saturday, April 18, 2015

RIP to Shorty Rauterkus, 87, of Iowa

I can't say I knew this gentleman in Iowa, nor his family. But, we know that their family and mine are related from a generation or two ago.

It is interesting that hs name "Jerome," was also used on my mother's side as her brother, my uncle, was Uncle Jerry. Plus, my sister is "Geri Ann." 

Jerome “Shorty” Rauterkus, 87

Published: in Harlan Iowa's newspaper. on Thursday, April 16, 2015
    Manilla -- Jerome “Shorty” Rauterkus, 87, died Tuesday, April 7, 2015, at the Manilla Manor.

    Visitation will be Thursday, April 9 from 4 - 8 p.m., Rosary at 7 p.m. and services Friday, April 10 at 11 a.m. all at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Manilla. Burial is in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Manilla.

    Rauterkus is survived by his four daughters, Deb (Chris) Martin, Seadrift, TX; Jean (Steve) Drey, Storm Lake; Renee (Dan) Brown, Petoskey, MI; Cherri (Ramon) Martinez, Kyle, TX; and three sons, Richard Rauterkus, Sam (Julie) Rauterkus and Rob Rauterkus, all from Manilla; 10 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

    Pauley Jones Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Peace to the Rauterki of Iowa and Texas.

Friday, April 17, 2015

Fwd: PaYouthandGov just uploaded a video

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From: "YouTube" <>
Date: Apr 17, 2015 10:58 AM
Subject: PaYouthandGov just uploaded a video
To: "Mark Rauterkus" <>

PaYouthandGov has uploaded Governor Oken's Opening Cermony Speech Model Convention 2015

PaYouthandGov has uploaded Governor Oken's Opening Cermony Speech
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Friday, April 10, 2015

Fwd: A New Book Every American Needs To Read

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Dear friends,

I'm writing to you about an eye-opening and highly entertaining book recently written by my good friend and fellow conservative, Senator Mike Lee. It's called OUR LOST CONSTITUTION, and it tells the dramatic stories behind the rise and fall of crucial constitutional provisions that the D.C. establishment routinely ignores.

Like you and me, Mike recognizes the complete ignorance and disregard for our Constitution that permeates our government—in every branch, and on both sides of the aisle. I try every day to change that by battling against unconstitutional policies like Obamacare and the President's abuse of executive power. Now, with OUR LOST CONSTITUTION, you and I will have a powerful and fascinating tool to use in our fight to change how our nation thinks about the Constitution.

I urge you to pick up a copy, read it, and pass it along to any concerned citizen—conservative, liberal, or libertarian—anyone open to learning more about the heroes who inspired and wrote our Constitution, as well as the villains of history who have defied and ignored so many parts of it.

Barnes & Noble:

Rand Paul

Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Fwd: Outreach to younger people about summer jobs

Hi Friends of Youth:

As of today, the application for the 2015's Earn and Learn Summer Youth Employment Initiative in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County is posted to the internet.

This 6-page PDF, is also sent as an attachment with this email. 

Your engagement and assistance is needed to pass out the application far and wide to those ages 14-21 who are seeking summer employment with the more robust 2015 Summer Youth Employment Initiative. 

Yes, some kids 14-and older are eligible! Other specifics are in the fact sheet, including family income specifics.

+ +
Mayor Peduto and Allegheny County Chief Executive Fitzgerald are speaking at a press event at 4 pm on Friday, April 10, 2015, at the East Liberty Branch of the Carneigie Library of Pgh. Their talk is part of a major job fair for youth being held from 3 to 6 pm on Friday. 

Can you attend?
Can you insure that kids are notified of the event and encouraged and reminded to attend?
Would you like to share a table at the event so that you can recruit employees private sector jobs or do you know anyone else who would is hiring summer workers, especially youth? Tables can be reserved with the fax back form, or call me and we'll fill one out together on the phone. 
More HELP:
If you know anyone with private sector summer jobs for youth that want to share a table at this Friday's job fair, invite them. 

+ +

Finally, I'm hiring kids and adults to assist with our Swim & Water Polo Camp as part of Pittsburgh Public Schools' Summer Dreamers. To apply for one of my jobs with our running, swimming, fitness and mindful efforts, go to: 

Pay is better with my program and there are no family-income eligibility hurdles.

+ +
Please forward this email. 


Mark Rauterkus  
PPS Summer Dreamers' Swim and Water Polo Camp Head Coach
Varsity Boys Swim Coach, Pittsburgh Obama Academy
Head Water Polo Coach, Carnegie Mellon University Women's Club Team
Pittsburgh Combined Water Polo Team
412 298 3432 = cell

Thursday, April 02, 2015

Kickstarter that uses Raspberry Pi and a Firewall to get credits. Homework first!

East End Works Carnegie Library Youth Job, Career & Education Fair

Free to All Employers

Friday April 10th, 2015
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

(Please arrive between 2:00 pm and 2:30 pm to set up)
Carnegie Library 130 S. Whitfield Street in East Liberty

For more information call Shahira Wahba at 412-362-8580 ex. 23

This event is being organized by a growing list of partners including, the Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, the City of Pittsburgh, Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center, Neighborhood Learning Alliance, Pittsburgh Public Schools, State Rep Ed Gainey, NeighborWorks, Pittsburgh Police Department, CCAC, Homewood YMCA and ELDI.

The Youth Job, Career and Education Fair will recruit a diverse range of job ready youth actively searching for summer job opportunities and career planning support. These candidates will come from all parts of the City including the neighborhoods of Bloomfield, Friendship, Garfield, the Hill District, Homewood, Larimer, Lawrenceville, Morningside, and Stanton Heights. We anticipate 200 - 300 youth will attend the event with approximately 40 for profit and nonprofit organizations present to discuss summer employment opportunities


The objective of the Youth Job, Career and Education Fair is to:
Provide youth job seekers with the opportunity to connect and network with local employers
Conduct educational workshops covering topics such as resume development & interview preparation
Provide youth with valuable information and support to prepare for post-secondary education
Connect local youth with additional nonprofit organizations to leverage support available to youth
Promote recruitment of applicants for the City of Pittsburgh Learn and Earn Summer Youth Employment Program 
All participants will be provided with floor space and a table to showcase their organization

As an added benefit to participating employers, the ENEC will offer a series of job preparation sessions to ensure that a substantial number of the young job seekers are fully prepared to engage with your organization.
Simply fax back the attached general interest form and an Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center representative will contact you with more detailed information.

To confirm your interest in participation please complete attached form and fax it to the Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center: 412-441-6918
East End Works
Youth Job, Career & Education Fair
Fax Back Interest Form

To confirm your interest in participation please complete this form and fax it to the Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center.

Fax: 412-441-6918

Feel free to email your information to
Once received you will be contacted with event details

For more information/questions/concerns call Shahira Wahba at 412-362-8580 ex.23
Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center,
5321 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Name of Company________________________________________________________________________

Address ________________________________________________________________________________

City_____________________________ State________________________ Zip Code___________________

Web Address_________________________________________ Fax Number_________________________

1) Name of Primary Company Contact ________________________________________________________


Work Phone ______________________________________________________________________________

Cell Phone _______________________________________________________________________________

Email Address____________________________________________________________________________

2) Name of Secondary Company Contact ___________________________________­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­__________________


Work Phone ______________________________________________________________________________

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Email Address____________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Bucknell Bison, 6 over CMU Tartans, 3

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Fwd: Kids Against Education

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Michael Morrill" <>
Date: Apr 1, 2015 8:04 AM
Subject: Kids Against Education
To: "Mark Rauterkus" <>

Today, April 1, 2015, Keystone Progress is helping to launch a new group here in Pennsylvania -- it's called "Kids Against Education," and it's a powerful coalition of kids of all ages, demographics and parts of the Commonwealth.

"Kids Against Education" is going public today with a simple video, put together to show support for the hardline, extreme education budget position of state legislators like Senator Scott Wagner (R-York).

As "Kids Against Education" spokeskid Kevin McCallister put it, "We are sending out a HUGE thank you to Senator Scott Wagner and his friends in Harrisburg for working hard to choke off funding for our schools. Closed schools mean we can have recess all day forever. Politics seem stupid, but this is an idea we can really get behind!"

Learn more about "Kids Against Education" at

** If you haven't figured it out at this point, this is an April Fools' Joke -- a project of Keystone Progress.  Happy April Fools' Day, but please do visit **

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