The Austin Center for Peace and Justice will hold its second study group on Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 7pm. They'll discuss Soul of a Citizen: How to Live With Conviction in a Cynical Time, a book by Paul Rogat Loeb (see www.soulofacitizen.org/index.html for more info). 5801 Westminster. Call 459-0299 by Sept. 10 to register.

Local gay and lesbian organizations will hit the club circuit in September as part of a major voter registration effort leading up to the November election. The goal is to enlist a gay army of voters during the four weekends prior to the Oct. 5 registration deadline. Interested in volunteering? Circle Sept. 10 on your calendar for an info party at the 1920s Club, 918 Congress, 7-9pm. For more details, visit www.outaustin.org, call the ALGPC office at 474-0750, or e-mail arbaustx@aol.com.

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