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Sunday, May 18, 2008
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Ohio Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides benefit

Spring Tea Benefit:  A party and a fundraiser for the Ohio Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides.

Featured speakers:

  • Harvey Wasserman nationally respected alternative energy activist, senior consultant to Greenpeace and author of Solartopia will speak about wind, solar and other renewable energy topics. 
  • David Beach, director of EcoCity Cleveland will speak about the new partnership of EcoCity Cleveland and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and other hot environmental issues affecting the Cuyahoga Bioregion.
Refreshments catered by the Mustard Seed Market.

Donation at the door. Tax-deductible contributions can be made out to NCAMP or sent to OCAMP at 13507 Ardoon Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44120.

For information: OCAMP@neo.rr.com or 216-291-3424.

Spring Tea Benefit:  A party and a fundraiser for the Ohio Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides. Featured speakers:
  • Harvey Wasserman nationally respected alternative energy activist, senior consultant to Greenpeace and author of Solartopia will speak about wind, solar and other renewable energy topics. 
  • David Beach, director of EcoCity Cleveland will speak about the new partnership of EcoCity Cleveland and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and other hot environmental issues affecting the Cuyahoga Bioregion.
Refreshments catered by the Mustard Seed Market. Donation at the door. Tax-deductible contributions can be made out to NCAMP or sent to OCAMP at 13507 Ardoon Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44120. For information: OCAMP@neo.rr.com or 216-291-3424.

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