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CarbonfreeDC & Makeovers in the Washington Post

From: user 7.
Sent on: Friday, October 23, 2009 10:40 AM

Read the article below. Congratulations to all of the volunteers and sponsors of the Extreme Green Neighborhood Makeover! Your work is making a difference and deserves to be recognized like this.

Have ideas on who may want to partner with us for another batch of homes? Let us know!

Working to halt the great energy escape
Deanwood, Shaw homes audited for efficiency

Anthony Wilson enjoys being home on Sunday afternoons during football season. A few friends come by regularly and seat themselves around a television in the living room to watch the games with him. His girlfriend, Renea Wynn, is normally stationed in the kitchen cooking dinner for later in the evening.

To read the full Washington Post story, click here.

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