(This site last updated: September 26, 2017)
Due to age and lack of interest, the Gray Panthers of Berkeley and the East Bay ceased functioning as of the end of 2016. The office at Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library was shut down.
However, a new group is trying to revive the East Bay Gray Panthers.
A meeting will be held September 27 2017, 1:30-3pm at North Berkeley Senior Center.
Phil Hutchins is the speaker. Subject: Economics and Housing -- The Bay Area Crisis and Beyond.
A slate of nominees for a new board will be finalized, with hopes for elections at the October meeting.
For more information, contact Betsy Morris -- Betsy@kali.com
Manager of this Web Page http://berkeleygraypanthers.mysite.com
is Steve Geller -- email@example.com
at least until a new board is installed.
Well, on Sept 15, only Steve and Marv showed up, so unless there is
more particiption, the peace rally is suspended for a while.
If anyone wants to continue these monthly rallies, contact Steve Geller (510)913-4682 (who has the signs)
Here is some onformation from The Simple Dollar, a website dedicated to conducting data driven and unbiased research about topics that can help make an impact in people's lives. This information may be valuable for those who are living with disabilities.
The Simple Dollar recently investigated the Social Security Disabilities Benefits and in the course of their research, found that most people who have become or already living with disabilities are not fully aware of the benefits and resources that are available to them.
So, their team spent weeks reviewing the US Social Security Administration's documentation to develop their 2016 Disability Benefit Guide.
This guide breaks down qualifications and the application process, as well as a provides a calculator that can help estimate monthly and annual benefits.
People are being called by "tech support" to fix
non-existent problems with your computer. ALWAYS hang up in their ear.
For details, click here.
March 12 @ 6:30 p.m. Claremont Library - 2940 Benvenue Ave
The “Lawyers in the Library” program offers free consultation and referrals on a wide variety of issues including landlord/tenant disputes, probate matters, employment problems, and general consumer issues.
Sign-ups start at 5:00pm for a spot with our visiting lawyer.
Names are chosen at random at 6:00pm for appointment times.
For links to all US Government departments and agencies, plus to special federal portals for disability and senior citizen resources and information useful to parents, teachers and youth.
Go to this page.
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