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FILADELFIJAS BRĪVO LATVJU BIEDRĪBA
PHILADELPHIA SOCIETY OF FREE LETTS

Talka/Spring-Summer cleaning

  • 11 Jun 2016
  • 9:00 AM
  • at The Latvian Society
Aicinam visus talkā sakopt mūsu biedrības namu. Darbi būs daudz un vajadzēs daudz palīgu! Krāsosim lielo zāli, trepju telpu un darīsim citus mazus darbiņus.
Lūdzam palīgiem paņemt līdzi zupu vai salātus ar ko padalīties pusdienās, kā arī labu garastāvokli!
Gaidīsim visus 9os no rīta.
Sekos menessapulce 2pm.
Lugums pieteikties atbildot uz so epastu.

FBLB valde

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Come help keep the Latvian Society a beautiful place to be a part of. This Saturday at 9am join us in cleaning and painting the main hall, hallway, and other small projects.

Please bring a soup or salad to share for lunch.
Don't forget that many hands make for light work. See you Saturday!
Please reply to this email ti let us know if you are coming to "talka/clean-up"
Join us for our monthly meeting at 2pm on Saturday, June 11th.

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At the conclusion of the monthly meeting there will be a special showing of The Story of the Baltic University. The journalist and documentary maker, Helga Merits, describes why she chose this story: The film shows the hope, courage and determination of staff and students, but also what can be achieved, even in most difficult circumstances, with different nationalities, who speak different languages and have a different background, if there is a common goal. I do think the story of the Baltic University is a story we all can learn from. What was achieved within three months was spectacular: a functioning university with eight faculties with 17 departments. In March 1946 the Baltic University opened it's doors. The British Military Government was in favour of a university for displaced persons and so were the first UNRRA representatives. 

The film premiered on the 18th of October 2015, Toronto Estdocs festival.



The Philadelphia Society of Free Letts (The Latvian Society) 531 N. 7th Street • Philadelphia PA • 19123-3501 | (215) 922-9798

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