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Sierra Club Lehigh Valley meeting - Monday March 19 (a rescheduled meeting)
• What we'll do This MONDAY, March, 19 2018 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Lehigh Valley Sierra Club meeting Rm 638, Fowler Family Southside Center, Northampton Community College, 3rd & Buchanan Streets, (south) Bethlehem (park in the NCC lot on the West side of the 6-story brick building, enter main entrance on East side of building, take elevator to 6th floor, exit elevator to your left, go down the hall to Room 638 on your right). All are welcome! We will discuss: — visit tonight by Pennsylvania Chapter Sierra Club director and staff (including discussion of new full-time PA Sierra Club staff person for the Lehigh Valley) — review of our Jan. 11 public event, “Hidden Science of the Lehigh Valley” (Doug, Brian, Nanci, Andy, Javier) -- our ongoing conservation projects (Matt) — political committee report (Al) -- planning for Sierra Club events Spring (Nanci) -- update on Bethlehem Pedestrian/Bicycle Bridge proposal (Doug) -- other topics as brought up. Don Donald W. Miles Sierra Club Lehigh Valley chair • What to bring • Important to know

Northampton Community College Fowler Family Southside Center

511 E 3rd St · Bethlehem, PA

What we're about

Public Group

The Lehigh Valley Group of the Sierra Club - Pennsylvania Chapter, with 1,500 members, created this Meetup to bring people together who love and respect the Outdoors.

We have Hiking, Biking, Kayaking/Canoeing and Learning Meetups, as well as Meetups tied to the events effecting the Outdoors of our PA, NJ, and national communities.

You do not have to be a member of the Sierra Club to join this group. You only need to want to join others in discovering and enjoying our natural world.

The Lehigh Valley Sierra Club is part of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Sierra Club, which has 24,000 members. The Sierra Club is the world's oldest and largest environmental grass-roots environmental organization, founded by legendary naturalist John Muir in 1892. Muir explored the Yosemite Valley in California and while hiking in Yosemite with President Theodore Roosevelt inspired him to persuade Congress to establish Yosemite as America's second National Park.

The Sierra Club's efforts have preserved wilderness areas throughout the U.S. and helped expand lands preserved under federal and state protection. Its 2 million members are at the forefront of environmental advocacy today, including national campaigns to combat climate change, close down dirty coal plants, halt environmental degradation from natural gas hydrofracturing, and preserve endangered wilderness areas.

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- Don Miles

Sierra Club Lehigh Valley chair and Pennsylvania Chapter board member

Bethlehem, PA

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