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New Meetup: Charting the future course ...

From: Sean A.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 5, 2008 11:31 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Seattle Renewable Energy Meetup Group!

What: Charting the future course ...

When: November 13,[masked]:00 PM

fee: $3.00 per person

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: Friends of Seattle Renewables:

As a member of Seattle Renewables, the Organizers would like to afford you the opportunity of input in the direction of our group in outreach to the larger Community. We are planning a consensus building exercise on the 13th of November at Seattle 1st Presbyterian Church, our regular meeting place. The outcome of this exercise will assist the Organizers in bettering the monthly meetings, assist in the construction of a vital website, sharpen our presence in the Renewable Energy Development sector of the market, and provide better networking opportunities for members.

The above partial list are current goals. What is needed are objectives and the prioritization of these objectives to make it work. What we are asking between now and the 13th are three or four responses to the following question (bring to the meeting):

"... How can Seattle Renewables become a vital information hub in providing useful and practical knowledge about renewable energy development in the Pacific Northwest?" The more specific you are in your responses the better we can address the question given.

We look forward to input on the 13th, 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

Sean Abbott, Organizer
Seattle Renewables

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