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Interfaith "Concerned Clergy of Marquette" encourages everyone to participate in events this Saturday, Oct. 17, 2014 about sulfide mining operations in The Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Media:
Please help promote this and cover these events
Call either pastor for interviews

Rev. John Magnuson:
906-360-5072
906-228-5494
jonwmagnuson@gmail.com

Rev. Tesshin Paul Lehmberg
906-226-6407
plehmber@nmu.edu

12 noon Saturday, Oct. 17, 2014

 A Liturgy of Loss and Hope Benediction:
Prayers at front gate of Eagle Mine on County Road Triple A in Michigamme Township.

Speakers:
Keweenaw Bay Indian Community,
Yellow Dog Plains residents
Clergy with interfaith messages

also - Special surprise

7 p.m. Saturday, a candlelight service will be held at Messiah Lutheran Church in Marquette.

Residents who live near the mine no longer enjoy a quiet, clean and peaceful existence.

Two organizers spoke with ABC 10 WBUP - CW 5 WBKP:
http://abc10up.com/interfaith-group-to-meet-for-prayers-at-eagle-mine-entrance/

It's a chance to balance the equation, said Marquette Lutheran Rev. John Magnuson of Marquette, ex. dir. of the nonprofit Cedar Tree Institute, in an interview with ABC10.

"There has been a lot attention about the economic development and the revenue the new (Eagle) mine is bringing in Powell Township," Magnuson said. "But there's not been an equal amount of attention given to the grief and the loss of what's happened to the people that live near this new mine and to the wetlands and the forests and the wildlife."
Benediction means looking backward and forward," said Soto Zen Buddhist Rev. Tesshin Paul Lehmberg told ABC10
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