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Bowling for Humanity: Seattle’s first ChangeUp of 2014

Calling all Humanospherians! If you like to combine beer and bowling with the search for a better world, come join Humanosphere and Global Washington this Thursday, starting at 6 pm, for our monthly ChangeUp gathering at the Garage in Seattle.

Where: The Garage, located on Seattle’s Capitol Hill at 1130 Broadway

When: Starts at 6 pm

Why: These meetings are a great chance to network with others in the region working on, or interested in, the humanitarian and development sector. And to bowl and drink beer.

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Bowling, though not the world’s oldest professions, is one of its oldest sports. Ancient Egyptians bowled as did members of the Roman Empire, a pastime that evolved into today’s bocce (in Italy) or pétanque (France). The indoor ten-pin version of bowling that most Americans consider the norm is what we will engage in at the Garage. Please come join us and launch a strike against poverty, injustice or just the winter doldrums.

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Tom Paulson

Tom Paulson is founder and lead journalist at Humanosphere. Prior to operating this online news site, he reported on science,  medicine, health policy, aid and development for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Contact him at tom[at]humanosphere.org or follow him on Twitter @tompaulson.