November 14th, 2007

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Regional Action Summit to Curb Climate Change

YOU'RE INVITED

Tomorrow night, Thursday, 11/15, at Henry G. Ferguson Elementary School (map) in Accokeek from 7-9pm

to the

Regional Action Summit to Curb Climate Change

Bring your own bag to collect party favors!

potted baby American hollies (part of AMP Creeks Council's Trees For Milo program)

compact fluorescent light bulbs

bumper stickers

& much more


We’ll feed you!


Del. Jim Proctor and Councilman Tom Dernoga will give brief remarks supporting the decrease of climate changing pollution in Maryland 20% by 2020 and 80% by 2050, and pledging support for environmentally-minded legislation.

The bulk of our evening will be dedicated to action-oriented opportunities. You are invited to visit exhibitors who will provide you with specific actions you can take in your life to reduce climate-changing pollution.

This is a family-friendly event

Exhibitors include

AMP Creeks Council

Brandywine Automotive Centers

Department of Environmental Resources of Prince George’s County

Ecosystem Farm/Accokeek Foundation

Green Power Living LLC

Henry S. Cole & Associates

Mattawoman Watershed Society

Native Grasslands Conservancy

Rail on the Wilson Bridge

Professor Ross J. Salawitch

Sierra Club

Toyota of Waldorf (to discuss their hybrids – the Prius and Highlander. They will be briging a car!)

We regret that neither a representative from neither the Governor’s staff nor the Maryland Department of Natural Resources will be able to attend due to the Special Session.

PLEASE SEND THIS NOTICE ON TO YOUR FAMILIES, FRIENDS, COMMUNITIES, LISTSERVES, ETC! EVERYONE IS WELCOME!