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         Society Of Friends:     more books (100)
  1. A Journal Of The Life And Religious Labors Of Richard Jordan: A Minister Of The Gospel In The Society Of Friends (1829) by Richard Jordan, 2009-01-19
  2. The Society of Friends in mid-Wharfedale and Craven, 1650-1790 (A Mid-Wharfedale Local History Research Group Publication)

141. Foeweb
An independent, nonprofit, non-governmental organization specialized in environmental education. The site features information about its projects and activities.

142. Starving Poetess Society
Features original poetry written by a group of friends.
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click here to enter photo by Jan Suadek

143. LMBB Society | Home
Fully accessible site for people with LMBB, their families, friends, carers and interested professionals. Opinions, news, views, research, updates, and contact details.
Laurence Moon Bardet Biedl Society Registered Charity Number 1027384
Laurence-Moon-Bardet-Biedl Society
Welcome to the LMBB Society site
Don't know what the LMBB Society is? Then read all about it here.
NEWS FLASH! We are very pleased to announce that Dr Phil Beales is now the President for the LMBBS society.
We are very honoured and pleased that Phil has agreed to act in this capacity and wish him a very warm welcome.
Anne and Terry Crotty will be running an LMBBS stand at Sight Village this year.

It is held at the Clarendon Suites, Hagley Road, Birmingham on the Tuesday 19th to Thursday 21st July.
More information about Sight Village can be obtained on the QAC webpage
Terry and Anne look forward to seeing you there! Next year's conference 22nd April, 2006 at the Hilton Hotel, Northampton Coming Soon : 2005 conference report Why not order some bargain priced LMBBS christmas cards for Christmas 2005 Now you can read some of our leaflets online, just visit the about page and click on the link.
Our Website is designed to be read easily by everyone.

144. Animals Requesting Friends Benevolent Society
An all volunteer, nonfacility organization providing a referral service to rehome cats and dogs. Meeting schedule and contact information. Fairfield.
Animals Requesting Friends Benevolent Society
Our Pet List
Our Featured Pet... Tiger is a 4-5 yr old collie mix. He is a very sweet and loving dog that desperately needs a home. He was put in a local humane society as a puppy. He was then adopted, only to be put in a pen outside. He has lived there ever since he was adopted with little attention given to him at all. He is a very friendly dog that is starving for attention. He gets along well with other dogs, however he dislikes cats. Tiger needs a warm, loving, permanent home.
We are very excited about becoming a part of Our Referral Service is a new project for our organization. Unfortunatley, we lack the funds, foster homes, or facility to foster/house any animals at this time. Therefore the animals must stay in their present location until the time of adoption. This makes it very important to find homes for our loving pets. We hope to increase our adoptions by putting our pets online.
Who We Are
Animals Requesting Friends is an all volunteer, not-for-profit, publicly supported, non-facility Humane Society founded to prevent the over breeding of cats and dogs by providing educational materials, programs, and financial assistance to pet owners for the purpose of spaying and neutering their pets in order to prevent the birth of unwanted animals and their eventual suffering.

145. Circle Of Friends Humane Society
Pictures of available pets, information on adoption fees, and contact information.
Circle of Friends Humane Society
Our Pet List
News Visit our website at for more information about our organization and the services we provide. Please visit our shelter to see all the pets available for adoption.
Who We Are
The Circle of Friends Humane Society gives pets of all kinds a second chance for a permanent, loving home.
Adopting a friend
We want to find great homes for our animals. The approval of adoptions is based on an application process. Adoption applications are available on our website at
Adoption fees:
Dogs/Puppies (Unsterilized) $85 ($20 Refunded)
Dogs/Puppies (Sterilized) $85 - $135+
Cats/Kittens (Unsterilized) $50 ($10 Refunded)
Cats/Kittens (Sterilized) $50 - $75
Circle of Friends Humane Society
4375 North Washington.
Grand Forks ND 58203
Phone: 701-775-3732
Email: Click here for a list of pets at this shelter Home Information ... Search

146. SIDS Calgary Society
Provides information, resources and support to parents, families, friends, and health care professionals.
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147. Manitoba Naturalists Society Friends Of Mantario Trail
A committee of the Manitoba Naturalists society devoted to the preservation of the trail located in Whiteshell Provincial Park, Manitoba, Canada.
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Phone: (204) 943-9029
Friends Of Mantario Trail
The Friends Of Mantario Trail is a group of individuals interested in preserving the wilderness experience of the Mantario Hiking Trail. The development of a private road to Nora Lake for owners of cottages in the backcountry has reduced the wilderness experience of the southern portion of the Mantario Hiking Trail. The negative effects on the environment and wilderness experience brought on by motorized access to this area have prompted the formation of this organization. The Friends Of Mantario Trail has relocated the southern portion of the hiking trail closer to the Ontario border to reestablish the wilderness experience of the trail. The group has also reduced the impact on the environment and the wildlife by establishing eco-friendly amenities in high use campgrounds, such as bear-proof food storage and backcountry latrines. To get involved contact Debora Voth at

148. UK Botswana Society
friends of Botswana in the UK. Our objects are to encourage and strengthen ties between Britain and Botswana and to foster friendship and a better understanding between the peoples of the two countries.
The UK Botswana Society is a voluntary organisation set up in 1961 by British friends of Botswana with the help and encouragement of the Botswana High Commissioner in the United Kingdom. Its objects are to encourage and strengthen ties between Britain and Botswana and to foster friendship and a better understanding between the peoples of the two countries. It has a close relationship with the Botswana High Commission in London and maintains contact with Batswana student organisations within the United Kingdom. Members of the Society (who may be individuals or corporate bodies receive a quarterly Newsletter which includes news from Botswana. The Society organises periodic meetings with speakers on subjects connected with Botswana, and there is an annual lunch for its members. The Society has set up a registered charity (the United Kingdom Botswana Appeals Fund) to help finance needy causes within Botswana. The Society warmly welcomes new members who agree with its objects. The annual subscription is £8 for single members, £10 for joint members and £30 for corporate members (£10 if the member is a charity).

149. Pflag
Located in and representing communities nationwide, PFLAG promotes the health and wellbeing of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons, their families and friends through support, education, and advocacy. PFLAG provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.
Search PFLAG Site About PFLAG Getting Support-Coming Out Chapter Information and Resources Issues ...
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WEEKLY ALERT: Read this week's message from Sam Thoron, PFLAG's National President, and Jody Huckaby, PFLAG's Executive Director
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150. Finnish-American Society Of The Delaware Valley
A link among Finns and friends of Finland from Philadelphia and its suburbs, southern New Jersey and Delaware. FAS publishes newsletters and a membership directory, and organizes a number of events each year.
Finnish-American Society of the Delaware Valley
Membership in the Finnish-American Society of the Delaware Valley includes six issues of the society newsletter, a membership directory, and an open invitation to attend all of the society's functions as well as participate in special programs. Membership fees are $10/person, or $15/family, per year.
Our bigger events include a Midsummer celebration, a fall picnic, bus trips and a Christmas party. Some of our smaller gatherings consist of music evenings, cooking demonstrations, golf outings, dances and concert trips.
Click here to find out about
our officers for 2004-2005 For membership information
contact Riitta Tornegard
Mailing address:
c/o Riitta Tornegard
1037 Countess Dive
Yardley. PA 19067 Pages created by Elsi Kaiser, maintained by Mari Opuda Main page Contact us Officers ... Links Tervetuloa!
Welcome to the homepage of the Finnish-American Society of the Delaware Valley. We are a link among Finns and friends of Finland from Philadelphia and its suburbs, southern New Jersey and Delaware. coming event s pictures Our Mission Statement

151. Friends United Meeting: About FUM
A pamphlet titled, A Guide for friends on Conscientious Objection to War, by 11, New York Yearly Meeting s 2001 State of society Report is excerpted.
Friends United Meeting
101 Quaker Hill Drive
Richmond IN 47374
Phone (765) 962-7573
Fax (765) 966-1293

About FUM Navigation:
Select a Subtopic About FUM Home An Introduction to Friends How to Contact Us FUM Staff Declaration of Faith Member Yearly Meetings E-mail Peace Connections Peace Connections Page Friends United Meeting supports efforts in peacemaking and nonviolence. Our faith in Christ compels us to work for peace and justice. The Richmond Declaration of Faith contains some of the Biblical basis for these beliefs. A pamphlet titled, "A Guide for Friends on Conscientious Objection to War," by Ben Richmond, is included on this website. Peace Committees Read information and view photos from the weekend gathering. Here are "Notes on a Biblical Basis for the Peace Testimony" from that weekend. Pray for Peace: Link to the 2003 Chain of Prayer FUM Board Minute in Response to Threat of War with Iraq (February 16, 2003)
Joint statement
of leaders of Friends organizations about the start of war in Iraq (March 19, 2003)

152. Cambridge University Library Online
Aims of the society, membership benefits, and details of upcoming programs and events.
Home Newton Opening Hours Digital Library ... Search
Friends of Cambridge University Library
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY The Friends of Cambridge University Library is a society founded to foster contacts between the Library and those interested in its collections, its history, its current activities, and its future development. The Friends' principal stated aims are to raise funds for the purchase and conservation of significant additions to the Library's collections, and to assist the Library to acquire such items by gift or bequest. Besides the satisfaction of contributing to the Library's collections, Friends receive several important benefits in return for their subscriptions. A programme of meetings, outings, visits to Library departments and talks on varied topics runs throughout the year, and members are most welcome to attend regular, exclusive, private views of new Library exhibitions. The Bulletin of the Friends, containing articles and notes about both Library and Society, is distributed regularly to members, who also receive copies of the Library Syndicate's annual report to the University. Most Library publications are available to individual Friends at a 20% discount, and no fee for the issue of a Reader's Ticket is payable by Friends who qualify in the normal way for admission.

153. Index2
Extracts from humorous records of walks by a group of friends 20 years ago.
The Journal of the Canine Universal Nature Training Society Many years ago some neighbours who had become my good friends persuaded me to give up 'doing things around the house' and go walking with them on Sunday mornings. One of them, 'J', wrote a weekly article about beer for a local newspaper, and often used the walks as a source of material. He adopted the style of Jerome K. Jerome in his famous book, 'Three Men in a Boat', and to preserve the anonymity of the walkers, he gave us pseudonyms, starting with 'George' and 'Harris'. He also coined the Society's name, on the basis that we used 'walking the dog' as an excuse to be at the pub door at opening time (then 12 noon). All the members had very demanding professions, so Sunday mornings became a wonderful time to 'let off steam', and our behaviour was the antithesis of our workaday responsibilities. Eventually I realised that I was having 'the Time of my Life' on our excursions, and so I began to record them afterwards in the pub, for I thought, "One day something will change, and things will never be the same again." As we walked along the sea wall our shadows walked with us; once we had noticed them they started to do exotic things.

154. The Quaker Socialist Society
Goals are to provide fellowship and a forum for friends and Attenders who believe that political affairs are an essential part of our life of faith; to maintain a Quaker witness within the socialist movement, to work, with others, for a corporate Social Testimony.
Quaker Socialist Society Website of the Quaker Socialist Society, an independent body of socialists and those who adhere to Quaker principles Yearly Meeting 05 Salter Lecture 2001 War on Freedom and Democracy - Tony Bunyan NOTE TO ENQUIRERS ... Salter Lecture 2001

155. Alpha Omega Society
A nonprofit organization of heterosexual crossdressers, their spouses, families and friends providing social support, monthly meetings, outings and outreach programs.
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in Northeast Ohio, the greater Cleveland area , Akron, Canton, Kent, Youngstown, Mentor, Elyria, Lorain, Westlake and more with
Their Gender Expression and Coming to Terms with Themselves
There is nothing in this web site that can be construed as sexual or erotic content Welcome to This Web Site Announcements
The August '05 Newsletter is Now On-line
First Person
- Michelle York on The Middle Way
Outreach - Thoughts for a concerned spouse.

156. Friends, Religious Society Of. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
friends, Religious society of. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 200105.
Select Search All All Reference Columbia Encyclopedia World History Encyclopedia Cultural Literacy World Factbook Columbia Gazetteer American Heritage Coll. Dictionary Roget's Thesauri Roget's II: Thesaurus Roget's Int'l Thesaurus Quotations Bartlett's Quotations Columbia Quotations Simpson's Quotations Respectfully Quoted English Usage Modern Usage American English Fowler's King's English Strunk's Style Mencken's Language Cambridge History The King James Bible Oxford Shakespeare Gray's Anatomy Farmer's Cookbook Post's Etiquette Bulfinch's Mythology Frazer's Golden Bough All Verse Anthologies Dickinson, E. Eliot, T.S. Frost, R. Hopkins, G.M. Keats, J. Lawrence, D.H. Masters, E.L. Sandburg, C. Sassoon, S. Whitman, W. Wordsworth, W. Yeats, W.B. All Nonfiction Harvard Classics American Essays Einstein's Relativity Grant, U.S. Roosevelt, T. Wells's History Presidential Inaugurals All Fiction Shelf of Fiction Ghost Stories Short Stories Shaw, G.B. Stein, G. Stevenson, R.L. Wells, H.G. Reference Columbia Encyclopedia PREVIOUS NEXT ... BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. Friends, Religious Society of

157. Parkinson's Disease Society - Home
Support, advice and information to people with Parkinson's in the UK, their carers, families and friends. Also provides assistance to health and social services professionals involved in management and care.
Site Map Text Only Using This Site Contact Us The Parkinson's Disease Society is the leading charity dedicated to supporting all people with Parkinson's, their families, friends and carers.
Latest News
New Parkinson’s Guide for all
Anyone newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease or just wants to know more about the condition can now get hold of a copy of ‘Parkinson’s and You – An Introduction to Parkinson’s Disease’ published by the Parkinson’s Disease Society this month.
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Parkinson's Disease Society
215 Vauxhall Bridge Road London Registered Charity No. 258197

158. New Page 1
Information on Sri Lanka, friends, his society and links.
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159. Friends Forever Humane Society
Provides a temporary home for stray, unwanted, and abused companion animals of Northwest Illinois. Located in Freeport.
Friends Forever Humane Society
Our Pet List
Our Featured Pets...
If you can give a loving indoor home to not just one cat but three then please come meet Gwen (not pictured), Frodo, and Sam. These 6 year old sisters have been raised together and want to be adopted to the same home. They are already spayed, declawed, littertrained, and up to date on shots. Sam and Frodo are black with short hair, Gwen is black with long hair. Gwen was very badly matted when they came in and had to be shaved but her hair is growing back nicely. They would like a quiet home without small children or dogs. They would make great company for a lonely senior! There is a special discounted adoption fee for the trio.
If you would like to see a few photos of our facility please visit
Will take just about anything in good, clean condtion. Items donated will be sold at the annual FFHS Rummage Sale to raise funds for Friends Forever and the over 100 homeless pets in their care. If you have items to donate please call (815)232-6164.
NEW DOG PARK FEES. 1 YEAR PASS IS NOW $25 first dog, $20 2nd dog, $15 each dog after. 1 DAY PASSES ARE STILL $2.00 PER DOG.

160. Circle Of Friends Humane Society - Grand Forks, ND
Offers pets for adoption, volunteer details, pet care and training tips.
Welcome to Circle of Friends Humane Society!
Hours of Operation:
Noon to 6 pm, Monday - Saturday Until he extends the circle of his compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace. Albert Schweitzer, Ph.D., M.D. (Nobel Peace Prize-winning humanitarian) The Philosophy of Civilization,
Spay/Neuter Certificate 701-775-3732
At the Circle of Friends...
During the month of April the Circle of Friends Humane Society is offering a $20 spay/neuter certicate to pet owners.
  • Schedule an appointment to spay or neuter your pet with your vet during the month of April. . Call us with the appointment information. We will complete a $20 certificate for you. Pick up the certificate before you take your pet to the vet. Present the certificate to the vet at the time of the appointment.
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