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Press release & calendar notice/Recycled Bags workshop -Ellsworth

Mon, Feb 14, 2011

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HANCOCK COUNTY TRANSITION TOWNS

PRESS RELEASE AND CALENDAR NOTICE

Date of release: February 14, 2011

CONTACT PERSON:  Brenda Cartwright, 667-9062

Title of event: Make Shopping Bags from Recycled Materials

Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Location of event: Ellsworth High School

Address: Route 1A, Ellsworth

Time: 6-8 PM

Speaker/Presenter: Angela Mora, Instructor

Co-sponsoring organizations: RSU#24 Adult Education and Hancock County Transition Towns

Information about Transition Towns:  Transition Towns around the world are working on extraordinary and historic transition to a future beyond fossil fuels. Transition Communites are able to withstand severe energy, climate or economic shocks as they consider, adopt, adapt, and implement the transition approach to community empowerment and change. For more information visit www.transitionus.org.  Locally, contact Brenda Cartwright, 667-9062.

Information about event:  Help get plastic out of the mainstream. Construct your own re-usable, handy shopping bag out of recycled material you provide. If you have any basic sewing skills you can construct one in 30 minutes. Make more and hand them out to friendselHelp  Cost $35.00. Pre-registration required at 422-4794.

 

 

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    HANCOCK COUNTY TRANSITION TOWNS

    PRESS RELEASE AND CALENDAR NOTICE

    Date of release: February 14, 2011

    CONTACT PERSON:  Brenda Cartwright, 667-9062

    Title of event: Make Shopping Bags from Recycled Materials

    Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2011

    Location of event: Ellsworth High School

    Address: Route 1A, Ellsworth

    Time: 6-8 PM

    Speaker/Presenter: Angela Mora, Instructor

    Co-sponsoring organizations: RSU#24 Adult Education and Hancock County Transition Towns

    Information about Transition Towns:  Transition Towns around the world are working on extraordinary and historic transition to a future beyond fossil fuels. Transition Communites are able to withstand severe energy, climate or economic shocks as they consider, adopt, adapt, and implement the transition approach to community empowerment and change. For more information visit http://www.transitionus.org.  Locally, contact Brenda Cartwright, 667-9062.

    Information about event:  Help get plastic out of the mainstream. Construct your own re-usable, handy shopping bag out of recycled material you provide. If you have any basic sewing skills you can construct one in 30 minutes. Make more and hand them out to friendselHelp  Cost $35.00. Pre-registration required at 422-4794.