• Attend Capital Group Executive Committee monthly meeting (Open to everyone!)

    Join the Capital Group Executive Committee for its monthly meeting to plan events, provide campaign updates, and discuss upcoming opportunities. Open to anyone interested in getting more involved with our group! We welcome everyone! But if you'd like to address the group, email us at [masked]. Location changes each month around the Triangle, but are usually in Raleigh - check this MeetUp page for updates or feel free to email our ExCom at [masked]. Call for volunteers: Standing committees (Conservation, Politics, and Outings) ALWAYS need more volunteers to work on a variety of issues throughout the year - volunteering on a committee exposes you to a huge range of issues and only requires as much time as you can commit. We're all volunteers, and we appreciate any help you can give! We are happy to talk with anyone interested by phone, email, or in person!

  • Conservation Committee - Monthly meeting - Discussion of Volunteer Opportunities

    The Capital Group's Conservation Committee hosts a monthly working meeting for volunteers who are interested in taking a more active role on any of the many environmental issues identified by the group in 2018, including opposing drilling off our coast, opposing the building of the Atlantic Coast pipeline, supporting renewable energy (100% Renewable energy initiative, solar, community solar, and wind), urging action to address water quality (Jordan and Falls Lake and GenX), following the development of Dix Park, and implementing the Wake County Transit Plan. Bring your ideas and enthusiasm - let's discuss how to make a difference on the issues that matter to you. Any questions? Feel free to contact Harvey Richmond ([masked]) or Joe Adamsky ([masked]). Location varies around Raleigh. If not posted here, email Harvey at [masked].

  • Attend Capital Group Executive Committee monthly meeting (Open to everyone!)

    Join the Capital Group Executive Committee for its monthly meeting to plan events, provide campaign updates, and discuss upcoming opportunities. Open to anyone interested in getting more involved with our group! We welcome everyone! But if you'd like to address the group, email us at [masked]. Location changes each month around the Triangle, but are usually in Raleigh - check this MeetUp page for updates or feel free to email our ExCom at [masked]. Call for volunteers: Standing committees (Conservation, Politics, and Outings) ALWAYS need more volunteers to work on a variety of issues throughout the year - volunteering on a committee exposes you to a huge range of issues and only requires as much time as you can commit. We're all volunteers, and we appreciate any help you can give! We are happy to talk with anyone interested by phone, email, or in person!

  • Conservation Committee - Monthly meeting - Discussion of Volunteer Opportunities

    The Capital Group's Conservation Committee hosts a monthly working meeting for volunteers who are interested in taking a more active role on any of the many environmental issues identified by the group in 2018, including opposing drilling off our coast, opposing the building of the Atlantic Coast pipeline, supporting renewable energy (100% Renewable energy initiative, solar, community solar, and wind), urging action to address water quality (Jordan and Falls Lake and GenX), following the development of Dix Park, and implementing the Wake County Transit Plan. Bring your ideas and enthusiasm - let's discuss how to make a difference on the issues that matter to you. Any questions? Feel free to contact Harvey Richmond ([masked]) or Joe Adamsky ([masked]). Location varies around Raleigh. If not posted here, email Harvey at [masked].

  • Attend Capital Group Executive Committee monthly meeting (Open to everyone!)

    Join the Capital Group Executive Committee for its monthly meeting to plan events, provide campaign updates, and discuss upcoming opportunities. Open to anyone interested in getting more involved with our group! We welcome everyone! But if you'd like to address the group, email us at [masked]. Location changes each month around the Triangle, but are usually in Raleigh - check this MeetUp page for updates or feel free to email our ExCom at [masked]. Call for volunteers: Standing committees (Conservation, Politics, and Outings) ALWAYS need more volunteers to work on a variety of issues throughout the year - volunteering on a committee exposes you to a huge range of issues and only requires as much time as you can commit. We're all volunteers, and we appreciate any help you can give! We are happy to talk with anyone interested by phone, email, or in person!

  • Conservation Committee - Monthly meeting - Discussion of Volunteer Opportunities

    The Capital Group's Conservation Committee hosts a monthly working meeting for volunteers who are interested in taking a more active role on any of the many environmental issues identified by the group in 2018, including opposing drilling off our coast, opposing the building of the Atlantic Coast pipeline, supporting renewable energy (100% Renewable energy initiative, solar, community solar, and wind), urging action to address water quality (Jordan and Falls Lake and GenX), following the development of Dix Park, and implementing the Wake County Transit Plan. Bring your ideas and enthusiasm - let's discuss how to make a difference on the issues that matter to you. Any questions? Feel free to contact Harvey Richmond ([masked]) or Joe Adamsky ([masked]). Location varies around Raleigh. If not posted here, email Harvey at [masked].

  • Attend Capital Group Executive Committee monthly meeting (Open to everyone!)

    Join the Capital Group Executive Committee for its monthly meeting to plan events, provide campaign updates, and discuss upcoming opportunities. Open to anyone interested in getting more involved with our group! We welcome everyone! But if you'd like to address the group, email us at [masked]. Location changes each month around the Triangle, but are usually in Raleigh - check this MeetUp page for updates or feel free to email our ExCom at [masked]. Call for volunteers: Standing committees (Conservation, Politics, and Outings) ALWAYS need more volunteers to work on a variety of issues throughout the year - volunteering on a committee exposes you to a huge range of issues and only requires as much time as you can commit. We're all volunteers, and we appreciate any help you can give! We are happy to talk with anyone interested by phone, email, or in person!

  • Conservation Committee - Monthly meeting - Discussion of Volunteer Opportunities

    The Capital Group's Conservation Committee hosts a monthly working meeting for volunteers who are interested in taking a more active role on any of the many environmental issues identified by the group in 2018, including opposing drilling off our coast, opposing the building of the Atlantic Coast pipeline, supporting renewable energy (100% Renewable energy initiative, solar, community solar, and wind), urging action to address water quality (Jordan and Falls Lake and GenX), following the development of Dix Park, and implementing the Wake County Transit Plan. Bring your ideas and enthusiasm - let's discuss how to make a difference on the issues that matter to you. Any questions? Feel free to contact Harvey Richmond ([masked]) or Joe Adamsky ([masked]). Location varies around Raleigh. If not posted here, email Harvey at [masked].

  • Attend Capital Group Executive Committee monthly meeting (Open to everyone!)

    Join the Capital Group Executive Committee for its monthly meeting to plan events, provide campaign updates, and discuss upcoming opportunities. Open to anyone interested in getting more involved with our group! We welcome everyone! But if you'd like to address the group, email us at [masked]. Location changes each month around the Triangle, but are usually in Raleigh - check this MeetUp page for updates or feel free to email our ExCom at [masked]. Call for volunteers: Standing committees (Conservation, Politics, and Outings) ALWAYS need more volunteers to work on a variety of issues throughout the year - volunteering on a committee exposes you to a huge range of issues and only requires as much time as you can commit. We're all volunteers, and we appreciate any help you can give! We are happy to talk with anyone interested by phone, email, or in person!

  • Conservation Committee - Monthly meeting - Discussion of Volunteer Opportunities

    The Capital Group's Conservation Committee hosts a monthly working meeting for volunteers who are interested in taking a more active role on any of the many environmental issues identified by the group in 2018, including opposing drilling off our coast, opposing the building of the Atlantic Coast pipeline, supporting renewable energy (100% Renewable energy initiative, solar, community solar, and wind), urging action to address water quality (Jordan and Falls Lake and GenX), following the development of Dix Park, and implementing the Wake County Transit Plan. Bring your ideas and enthusiasm - let's discuss how to make a difference on the issues that matter to you. Any questions? Feel free to contact Harvey Richmond ([masked]) or Joe Adamsky ([masked]). Location varies around Raleigh. If not posted here, email Harvey at [masked].