CONGRESSMAN JOHN LEWIS

                          

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Photo 1 (front l to r): Congressman John Lewis of Atlanta , the birthplace of Coca-Cola, holds a Coke while he speaks to Jaclyn Wildes, Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes' daughter.

Photo 2 (l to r): Pastor Vince L. Monden of Shiloh AME Zion Church and his wife, Marnita Monden, Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes, and Congressman John Lewis.

Photo 3 (l to r): NORPAC President, Ben Chouake, Congressman John Lewis, Englewood Mayor Michael, and Rabbi Shmuel Goldin of Congregation Attavath Torah in Englewood.

Photo 4 (l to r): Englewood Mayor Michael , U.S. Congressman John Lewis and Arnold Brown, the first black State Assemblyman from Bergen County and current treasurer to Mayor Wildes.

Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes hosted a reception at his home honoring venerable Civil Rights Leader and United States Congressman John Lewis of Georgia's 5th District.  A member of Congress since 1986, Congressman Lewis joined Dr. Martin Luther King as a prominent figure in the Civil Rights Movement and was a keynote speaker at the famous March on Washington in August 1963. The Congressman spoke of his famed years walking with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the improved relationships between the African American and Jewish communities.

on
Sunday, June 29, 2008
8:00 p.m. till 9:30 p.m.

at
25 East Linden Ave., Englewood, New Jersey

This is a NorPac Sponsored Event
Proceeds will benefit the distinguished Congressman's re-election campaign

Please RSVP to 347-203-6355
or mayor@michaelwildes.com

Suggested Contributions:
Individual: $500
Sponsor: $1,000
PAC: $2,000

Please make checks payable to
John Lewis for Congress
Federal law requires John Lewis for Congress to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in a election cycle. Contributions to John Lewis for Congress are not tax deductible.Contributions from corporations and foreign nationals are prohibited.

PAID FOR BY NORPAC AND AUTHORIZED BY JOHN LEWIS FOR CONGRESS

 

 

 

Paid for by Friends of Michael J. Wildes For Mayor, Assemblyman Arnold Brown, Treasurer

250 Allison Court, Englewood, NJ 07631