Grateful Dead

Bob Weir to Perform at Benefit for Global Security

  AT THE TIPPING POINT:
NUCLEAR CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
FACING OUR GLOBAL COMMUNITY

10th Anniversary Celebration of the
GLOBAL SECURITY INSTITUTE

NOVEMBER 1, 2009
AT THE NAPA VALLEY OPERA HOUSE

PUBLIC FORUM
4 PM- 5:30 PM
Chaired by Rt. Hon. Kim Campbell, former Canadian Prime Minister
Speakers: Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr., America’s most experienced arms control negotiator and Jonathan Granoff, President of the Global Security Institute
Free admission

VIP FOOD & WINE RECEPTION
6:30- 7:30 PM
$250 per person (includes concert admission)

CONCERT
7:30 - 9 PM
featuring Bob Weir and Scaring the Children
and Lili Haydn and special guests
$75 per person
All proceeds benefit the work of the Global Security Institute, a non-profit organization founded by Senator Alan Cranston in the belief that nuclear weapons are unworthy of civilization

Sponsorships acknowledged in event program:
- $1,000 Friends
- $2,500 Silver Supporters
- $5,000 Gold Supporters
- $10,000 Platinum Supporters
- $25,000 Diamond Circle Supporters
All sponsors receive preferred seating and discounted bulk tickets

Tickets must be purchased at the Opera House Box Office, at
www.nvoh.org   by phone at (707) 226-7372, or by email: info@nvoh.org For sponsorship opportunities, contact the Fund for Peace Initiatives:
Mr. Les Dewitt, Director: (650) 327-3053,
or Mr. Robert Vogt, tel: (707) 337-5275
Checks payable to: The Fund for Peace Initiatives

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Challanges and Opportunities

Two words - Global Security. Wow, it's such a massive statement. To be a part of such an enormity I am humbled to a profound still gaze, to just be thinking of the topic. Wish I could go but I have a costal issue, I'm on the wrong one. I thought on the song selection you might choose and quickly humored, I said, Dire Wolf might work. So then others came to mind like...Masters of War by Dylan, yep, it's too bad but there's a need for it. And Bless your darlin' hearts for being there for it. ---------------{------@ Still 1st and best by me.
Peace, love and music are all wonderful in and of themselves however paired with Global Security a limelight for sure. Maybe, Lady with a Fan might bring...some comfort there? Lovingkindness for ALL mankind from my keyboard today; but I'm ready if someone chooses
differently- are you?

In Great Lovingkindness,
SherBear

PEACE AND LOVE TO ALL X~~~~~~~~~~~~
DON'T TREAD ON ME.

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NO NUKES

Ive got a great book by Jay Blakesberg called Between The Dark And The Light. Inside it there are many great photos of the Grateful Dead and all its members he took photos of over his times as Deadhead, There some great Photos on page 21 of Bob Weir and the first photos of the Grateful Dead's new Key board player that replaced the almighty Keith Godchaux after his departure do to personal illness and person problems, this was the first time the fans seen pictures of his replacement Brent Mydland! Bob and Brent were attending a No Nukes rally in Washington D.C.on May 9th 1979. It seems Bob has always been lending himself to help great causes that work to save us all!! And now hes still doing it all these years later!! We all thank you Bob for all you gave and done for us all over the years!! We cant wait to see you and Phil and all with Furthur tour in New York in December. We always travel to see you and the bands as much as we can, Dead to the core as always!. Thanks so much for all you do !! Craig DarkStarr1971

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God bless...

... Alan Cranston.

Peace

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Bob Weir to Perform at Benefit for Global Security