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May 18 MD Sierra, 22nd Smart Growth, 25th Environment DC bike with Sierra

From: Philo C.
Sent on: Friday, May 17, 2013 5:00 PM
May 18 Sierra Club Office Warming 7338 Baltimore Ave 5-7pm

Wed May[masked]pm Smart Growth new book talk by the author, Ralf Fucks
 Geothe Institute 7th St NW DC     RSVP needed to attend

May 25 10 am Eco-Bike Tour of SE DC with Jim Dougherty of the DC and National Sierra Club
RSVP to [address removed]

Sat May 18 Sierra Club Office Warming 7338 Baltimore Ave (Route 1) College Park, University of Maryland
Please see the generous offer below from our good friends at the Sierra Club Maryland Chapter.   RSVP and spread the word!   Thank you,
Hugh Youngblood       Chapter Vice Chair       Sierra Club DC Chapter
-------- Original Message --------
Subject:Maryland Chapter Office Warming May 18th - RSVP & spread the word!
Date:Tue, 14 May[masked]:41:53 -0400  
From:dave o'leary <>

The Maryland Sierra Club Office has moved!  Celebrate with us!
The Maryland Sierra Club staff and executive committee invite you to join us on May 18th to celebrate our recent victories and inaugurate our new office!   Please RSVP and share the attached flyer.  
         When   Saturday May 18th, 5:00 - 7:00 pm
  • Where: 7338 Baltimore Ave, Suite 102 /111
    College Park, MD 20740   (green line to College Park metro or parking on Knox Rd behind shopping center) 
  • Note - Green Line will be out for construction from West Hyattsville, and buses will be provided to College Park and Greenbelt.
  • Alternative - Red Line to Rhode Island Avenue stop, then Bus #83 or 86 to College Park, Route 1  at Knox Road
  • For Bicycling routes use Google Maps or call Philo Collins [masked]
  • RSVP HERE online, email Laurel Imlay or call [masked] 
  • Why Celebrate?
1.    Celebrate our recent victories!   After three years, Sierra Club helped pass the Maryland Offshore Wind Act, mobilizing many volunteers and lobby visits.  We help beat back attempts to weaken our stormwater regulations.   And much more.  
2.    Break in the New Office! To be blunt, the office is just too clean.  We love our new carpet (made from recycled bottles) and clean walls painted with low-VOC paint.  But it just doesn’t feel like home.  See the new space, appreciate it, and help us break it in!
3.    Socialize and Make New Friends!   Meet other Sierra Club volunteers, socialize, learn about our programs, make some friends, and find ways to get involved this summer.
The best way to help is to RSVP, and invite other people. 
Dave O'Leary (Chapter Chair), Ron Henry (Chapter Vice Chair), Baird Straughan (Fundraising Chair), Josh Tulkin (Chapter Director) and Laurel Imlay (Chapter Coordinator)
PS.   If you need another reason to come, Chapter Director Josh Tulkin will be bringing his fiancée, parents and future In-laws, who are in town for his graduation.  If nothing else, a good turnout will help make him look good to the future in-laws.
Special thanks to the hard work of Richard Reis, Dave O'Leary, David Hauck, Meredith Sweet, David Prosten, Vidal Hines and friends and many others.  It’s our duty to spread the joy!
Josh Tulkin
State Director
Maryland Sierra Club
[address removed]

Sierra Club Maryland Chapter
7338 Baltimore Avenue #111
College Park, MD 20740
Tel: [masked]  |  Fax: [masked]

  • Eastern Market   Blue and Orange Metro stop
    RSVP to [address removed] 
    225 7th Street SE , WashingtonDC 
    Bike with DC Sierra Club leaders on a fun mini Eco Bike Tour! We will meet at the Eastern Market metro stop at 10:00am. Jim Dougherty will lead us on a bike tour around Anacostia as we visit various points of environmental controversy, past and present, including Reservation 13, The Redskins Training Facility, Barney Circle Highway Project, the Children's Island Amusement Park, Benning Road Power Plant, and finally the H Street and Benning Rd NE future street car line. We will conclude for lunch on H Street. If you don't have a bike, the Capital Bikeshare is available!

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