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alert  NOTICE!   PAR is closing its operations as of October 2004, after 10 years, due to lack of officers. We hope this move is only temporary. Our Web site will still be available so check back here for news and updates. If you, or anyone you know, has leadership skills and wants to be actively involved as a voice for animals, please contact us. The animals need you!

   PAR proudly sponsors a turkey and a rabbit!
       (Click on a picture to learn more about them.)
  Gandalf Loretta  

  DVDs by Michael Greger, M.D.
1. Latest in Clinical Nutrition - Volumes 1-19

2. "Mad Cow Disease: Plague of the 21st Century?" -- for everyone to share with any friends and family who still eat meat.

3. "Stopping Cancer Before it Starts: Cancer-Proofing Your Body with Plant Superfoods." It is eight chapters long, covering an hour and 45 minutes of the latest research and tips on preventing cancer with a phytonutrient-rich vegan diet.

These can be ordered directly at www.drgreger.org/DVDs/ (all proceeds to charity). The DVDs bring in money to help keep NutritionFacts.org afloat. If you're just going to wait to watch all the videos online individually -- great! But please consider making a donation. Hundreds of viewers (http://nutritionfacts.org/donors/) have already stepped up and helped out.

Also available: Cooking show DVD
"Maximum Nutrition: Transitioning Towards a Plant Based Diet"
with Doctor/Chef Michael Greger, M.D. 120 minutes DVD. Details...

Completed PAR 2004 Events:
  (To review 2003 Calendar of Events, click here )

  December 18 (Saturday), 1:00 pm-3:00 pm: PAR's 6th Annual Hay Day Giveaway! -- an event hosted to help low income families or those at risk for neglecting the needs of their pets, who are kept outdoors in the winter. Designated site: corner of Delaware Ave. and Detroit Ave., an area where chained dogs are a common sight and dogfighting is suspect. More info and photos

  October 3, 2004 (Sunday), 11:00 am-2:00 pm: Walk for Farm Animals
Ottawa Park - 3.2 mile walk to benefit Farm Sanctuary.
About 30 participants enjoyed the walk on a crisp and clear fall day!
Event Photos

  May 16, 2004 (Sunday), noon-3pm: Humane Society's Walk for the Animals, Maumee. Tabling event; we provided information and recruited new members on a nice, sunny afternoon. Event photos

  March 18, 2004 (Thursday) 11am-5pm: Great American Meatout.
Tabling event at U.T. student union by the bookstore. ( Cancelled)

 January 6 (Tuesday), 7:30-9pm: "S.A.V.E. Lecture: Animal Rights & Veganism, Why It Matter to You" by PETA activist Gary Yourofsky. Lourdes College.
(S.A.V.E. = Science Alliance for Valuing the Environment)

Vegetarian/Vegan Restaurant!

Closed August 1, 2012

Squeaker's started up its Vegetarian Cafe on February 21, 2002. It's vegan as well. We have retail space with vegan products and will special order items.

Space is available for meetings and parties or other events concerning vegetarians or animal rights. We promote the idea of a vegan lifestyle as much as possible and hope to work with you and your organization on these issues. Entertainment is provided on Saturday evenings. A pool table is available upstairs.

10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday-Thursday
10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday-Saturday
10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday

175 N. Main St.
Bowling Green, OH 43402

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