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25 September 1994
What Witches Do
The Pagan Educational Network is sponsoring a public presentation entitled "What Witches Do" on Saturday, October 8th from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at the Monroe County Public Library Auditorium in Bloomington. Admission is free. Witches, magicians, and Goddess&endash;worshipers will discuss positive Pagan spirituality and answer questions from the community. Find out what Witches will really be doing this Halloween!

The Pagan Educational Network is a national organization dedicated to educating others about Paganism and building community. Founded in 1993 by Bloomington resident Cairril Adaire, it has gained recognition in the Pagan movement for its commitment to civil rights for those of all faiths. PEN members work toward a society based on mutual respect, appreciation of diversity, and generosity of spirit.