MEIC's 40th Anniversary Rendezvous!

Montana Environmental Information Center invites you!

2013 marks MEIC’s 40th year of keeping Montana’s environment clean and healthful and we are going to celebrate! We hope you’ll plan ahead to attend MEIC’s 40th Anniversary Rendezvous.

Tickets are $20 per person, and will get you appetizers and dinner, drinks, a variety of activities and good company.

Here's a sneak peek of the details; watch for more details soon!:

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<li>Learn how climate change is affecting Montana right here in our own backyard as a panel of speakers with expertise in fields such as wildlife biology and agriculture will discuss the impacts of climate change in Montana.

<li>Listen to Keynote speaker K.C. Golden, Senior Policy Advisor for Climate Solutions and recipient of the 2012 Heinz Award for Public Policy for his lifetime achievement as a climate advocate and policy architect.

<li>Socialize with friends both old and new while the Wilbur Rehman Jazz Trio delights us with music over appetizers and drinks.

<li>Bid on a silent auction prize ranging from fine art to outdoor gear to dining certificates, making both you and Montana’s environment winners.

<li>Experience the unique opportunity to hear Wally McRae, internationally renowned cowboy poet, recite his western poetry delivered with humor and heart.
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When: Saturday, September 21, 2013

Where: The historic Kleffner Ranch in East Helena

We look forward to seeing you there!

MEIC is a nonprofit environmental advocate for clean water and a healthy environment for all Montanans. It was founded in 1973 to protect and restore Montana's natural environment.

Visit our website at www.meic.org.

Buy tickets at https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/MEIC40thanniversary
or https://www.facebook.com/events/521033471301033/

Questions: Contact Sara Marino at [masked]
P.O. Box 1184
Helena, MT 59624
Phone: (406)[masked]
Fax: (406)[masked]

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