A notice about a local group interested in sustainably minded getting together shared with us by Sally Stoville and Dick Alton, Root-Riot Regulars at Harambee.
– Amy + Seamus
Green Community Connections: a forum for sustainability advocates
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Hassler Hall at Euclid Avenue United Methodist Church
In response to conversations with many of you regarding how to forward sustainability efforts in our community, we are inviting you to attend Green Community Connections: a forum for sustainability advocates.
Please join us to learn what others are doing and to explore how we can collaborate, support each other, and strengthen our collective impact.
Come to celebrate all the good work we’ve already done and engage in thinking and acting together to meet the continuing challenges to create a healthy, sustainable community.
Please acknowledge your attendance by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by responding by calling Earl Lemberger, Communicator for the event, at 708-383-5559.
Parking on the street or in the lot across from the Euclid Avenue entrance. Bicycle rack outside Euclid Avenue entrance.
Suggested donation: $5 to cover meeting expenses
Facilitated by: Dorie Blesoff (Green Blocks) in an interactive format designed to encourage idea sharing.
Convened by members of The Power of 10, Oak Park Energy Initiative, Openlands, Green Blocks, the Active Transportation Alliance, and Interfaith Green Network.