St. Patrick’s day and the rising of the Emerald Sun

Emerald Sun is making a lot of progress on getting our store put together.
We have a long way to go in a short time, licenses and inspections still to pass.
People keep asking what we are opening up.  Just for further clarification, we are opening up a design studio.
We will be displaying our custom made clothing, including patch clothing and custom screen printed t-shirts that we make inhouse.
No we are not opening a dispensary, though we have toyed with the idea of opening up a co-op but that discussion has been going on for a long time and we still have a lot of legal stuff to work on.  That will not happen at this location, nor will it happen any time soon if ever at all.
We have helped multiple dispensaries with amazing vivid custom media including business cards, website’s and Point of Sales equipment.  So far we have helped 3 dispensaries and now with our store opening we are broadening our services.   We are also available to do custom monument signage.  We can make custom vinyl, printed vinyl and monument signage.   We have a screen print and vinyl shop inside the store, and we take custom orders large and small.
Join us on March 17th!  See Emerald-Sun.com for more details.
Also after the St. Patty’s parade come up to our shop, we’ll have an Irish theme at our grand opening.   We will open at 1pm.    We’ll be there to greet people, and allow anyone who hasn’t yet to sign the I-1068 petition.  Hopefully we will have free stickers and free shirts to give out.
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With St. Patty’s day coming up, and my self initiated Celtic history month in March, please have a listen to an artist that I appreciate very much.  Miss Hollie Smith.
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From Sensible Washington:
Hello Spokane 1068ers!

This was the first full week on the campaign trail, and you came out with a bang! Volunteers covered the Bus Plaza, Riverfront Park, bars, concerts, the Courthouse, and a door-to-door neighborhood canvass. We came very close to reaching our weekly goal. And we got a federal judge, a deputy prosecutor, and a high-ranking city official to sign the petition.

This is what the end of Marijuana Prohibition looks like.

But it won’t come without a fight — we need to prove we’re serious about ending the injustices. Anything short of a weekly show of our strength means our opponents can write us off as “just another stoner cause” without enough motivation to get the job done.

This Saturday, prove them wrong at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtown Spokane!

Parade starts at noon on the 13th, so come early to get the crowd beforehand.

Or if you can’t make it, join us at the other scheduled events below. Your area coordinator will get in touch to invite you to come gather signatures with other volunteers, and s/he can provide you with petitions and the info you need to collect signatures legally.

If we all pull in at least 40 signatures a week through July 2nd (two hours a week) we can end the harassment, surveillance, property seizures, court dates and trials for the decent people who choose marijuana — whether treating an illness or blessed with health.

And please — turn your completed petitions in to your area coordinator weekly. If you don’t know your area coordinator, please reply to this email or call 723-9965.

Thank you all, so much, for all that you do!

-Renata

Signature Events!
Grab a clipboard, some pens and some friends —
this is the quick & easy way to get your 40 sigs a week

Sunday, March 7

12-3 pm: Plaza/Downtown/Riverfront Park. Call coordinator Nick for more info: 389-8275
Monday, March 8

9-11 am: Courthouse in courtyard of Public Safety Building. Call coordinator Dave T. for more info: 570-762-4114
12-2 pm: SFCC signatures. Call coordinator Nick for more info: 389-8275

12-4 pm: Plaza/Downtown/Riverfront Park. Call coordinator Matt for more info: 209-0575


Tuesday, March 9

12-4 pm: Plaza/Downtown/Riverfront Park. Call coordinator Will for more info: 723-9779
12-2 pm: SFCC signatures. Call coordinator Nick for more info: 389-8275

6 pm – Spokane Chiefs vs Kelowna Rockets at the Arena! Meet at the corner of Boone & Howard – call coordinator Will for more info: 723-9779



Wednesday, March 10

12-4 pm: Plaza/Downtown/Riverfront Park. Call coordinator Will for more info: 723-9779
12-2 pm: SFCC signatures. Call coordinator Nick for more info: 389-8275


Thursday, March 11

12-4 pm: Plaza/Downtown/Riverfront Park. Call coordinator Will for more info: 723-9779
12-2 pm: SFCC signatures. Call coordinator Nick for more info: 389-8275

7 pm – Bar Night! (Wander to Knitting Factory at 919 W. Sprague to catch the crowd for Janus concert) – call coordinator Shayna for more info: 998-3158


Friday, March 12

9-11 am: Courthouse in courtyard of Public Safety Building. Call coordinator Dave T. for more info: 570-762-4114

12-4 pm: Plaza/Downtown/Riverfront Park. Call coordinator Matt for more info: 209-0575
12-2 pm: SFCC signatures. Call coordinator Nick for more info: 389-8275

6 pm – Spokane Chiefs vs Kelowna Rockets at the Arena! Meet at the corner of Boone & Howard. Call coordinator Will for more info: 723-9779.

7 pm – Bar Night! Meet outside Dempsey’s Brass Rail, 909 W. 1st, branch out from there. Call coordinator Shayna for more info: 998-3158
8 pm – Gonzaga Strip (Bulldog Tavern on Hamilton @ Sharp) – call coordinator Nick for more info: 389-8275


Saturday, March 13

***Give your signature totals to your local coordinator by the end of the day today. If you do not know your coordinator, write to sensiblewashingtoneast@gmail.com***

11am-1pm – ***St. Patrick’s Day Parade!*** ALL HANDS ON DECK! Meet at Pavilion entrance at Riverfront Park and get all the supplies & info you need. Call coordinator Renata for more info: 723-9965
7 pm – Bar Night, St. Paddy’s Day Edition! Meet outside O’Doherty’s, 525 W. Spokane Falls Blvd – call coordinator Shayna for more info: 998-3158

8 pm – Gonzaga Strip (Bulldog Tavern on Hamilton @ Sharp) – call coordinator Nick for more info: 389-8275


Sunday, March 14

***Your local coordinator needs your signature totals. If you do not know your coordinator, write to sensiblewashingtoneast@gmail.com***

12-2 pm: Main Market Coop, 44 W. Main Street, call coordinator Will for more info: 723-9779
12-3 pm: Plaza/Downtown/Riverfront Park. Call coordinator Nick for more info: 389-8275



Renata Rollins
Eastern Washington Field Director
Initiative 1068 – Sensible Washington

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