Come to Sustainable Wellesley’s Next Action Meeting Sunday, September 15th 2:00 -3:30pm at the Village Churchby Phyllis Theermann September 10, 2019 legislation
Concerned About Your Family’s Health? Want to Make A Difference In Your Community and Meet New People?
Wellesley residents are encouraged to come to the next Sustainable Wellesley action meeting on Sunday, September 15th from 2:00-3:30pm. The meeting will be held in a new location — with handicap accessibility — the parlor at the Wellesley Congregational (“Village”) Church (2 Central St.).
There are many ways Wellesley residents of all ages can make a difference and feel like they are “doing something.” Learn about the many campaigns, projects, and opportunities there are for you to participate in, or bring your own ideas for making a difference, both here in our community and as we work for environmental justice throughout the Commonwealth. No experience necessary; just come with you variety of talents, enthusiasm and knowledge.
Some of the items on the agenda include:
- Gas update: dangerous and costly gas main “blow-offs” and gas leaks
- Sept. 20th Climate Strike
- Solar and other renewable energy opportunities
- Environmental justice
- Environmental Voters initiative
- Food recovery, composting & waste reduction
- Sustainable Fashion!
For more information, contact info@SustainableWellesley.com. To learn more about the not-for-profit organization, go to www.SustainableWellesley.com. Website update is in the works! Let us know if you want to help out on that too.
Thank you to Wellesley Townsman editor, Cathy Brauner, for the handicap accessible meeting room suggestion.