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Renewable Energy Year End Get-Together Party (Fr Dec 14)
We’re having a Renewable Energy Year End Get-Together Party at Martin Voelker's home in Golden on Friday, Dec. 14, 6:00 - 9:30 pm. While six-packs or wine donations are welcome, this is NOT a potluck, so DON'T BRING FOOD. We'll prepare ample fantastic finger foods to accommodate many tastes and dietary restrictions so you don't have to cook. The flip side: We’re asking for a sliding scale donation with a mid point of $20 to cover costs, with any surplus going toward catering our events in 2018. Please bring cash. (No one turned away). Your RSVP is important for planning the food. Please bring your significant other (only two legged ones). Around 7:30pm we'll start the open mike so people can briefly (under 3 minutes) share what inspired them or gives them hope matters of Renewable Energy, Efficiency or Climate Change (let's focus on successes). Also, support CRES by renewing your membership or joining up at CRES-ENERGY.ORG ( We're all volunteers and we can't do it without you. We won't have an official barkeep, so please drink responsibly and arrange for a designated driver. Apologies to those who can't make it but in the Holiday season it is impossible to find a perfect date. CRES members from other chapters are also invited. Our next event is as always on Th, Jan 24, speaker to be confirmed. Mark your calendar! In 2019 our events are typically on fourth Thursdays at JUC.

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