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Thursday, April 16, 2009
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Cleveland Stonewall Democrats Go Green!

CSD Goes GreenCelebrate Earth Day with the Cleveland Stonewall Democrats!Date:         Thursday, April 16, 2009Time:         7:00pm - 9:00pmLocation:     LGBT Center of Greater ClevelandStreet:         6600 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, OHThe Cleveland Stonewall Democrats are celebrating Earth Day with a special meeting to learn about green initiatives in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. A panel of experts will be on hand to discuss things like recycling, sustainable living, and more.The panel features:Brian Cummins, City of Cleveland Ward 15 CouncilmanIn 2005, Ward 15 Councilman Brian Cummins was elected to serve the communities of Brooklyn Centre and Old Brooklyn. He is a strong advocate for supporting a mixed-use, urban community, pursuing economic development, environmental and trail and greenspace projects to improve the quality of life in Ward 15.Stefanie Spear, EcoWatch Ohio, Executive DirectorStefanie Spear is founder and executive director of EcoWatch Ohio (www.ecowatchohio.org). Stefanie has been working on environmental issues for more than 20 years. She is passionate and committed to educating Ohioans about environmental issues and bringing people together to achieve a sustainable world. EcoWatch Ohio is a nonprofit, grassroots environmental organization that encourages individuals, businesses and governments to adopt sustainable lifestyles, business practices and policies.Andrew Watterson, Program Director, Office of Sustainability, City of ClevelandIn 2005, Watterson took over as Cleveland's first sustainability program director, overseeing a staff that develops city sustainable programs. The office's primary duty is to advise on everything from rebuilding facilities to large-scale development opportunities - always looking for ways Cleveland can reduce its environmental impact.Please join us for this informative and important meeting.You will also get updates on Cleveland's Domestic Partner Registry and ways you can help protect it from a potential ballot challenge this fall.CSD Goes GreenCelebrate Earth Day with the Cleveland Stonewall Democrats!Date:         Thursday, April 16, 2009Time:         7:00pm - 9:00pmLocation:     LGBT Center of Greater ClevelandStreet:         6600 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, OHThe Cleveland Stonewall Democrats are celebrating Earth Day with a special meeting to learn about green initiatives in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. A panel of experts will be on hand to discuss things like recycling, sustainable living, and more.The panel features:Brian Cummins, City of Cleveland Ward 15 CouncilmanIn 2005, Ward 15 Councilman Brian Cummins was elected to serve the communities of Brooklyn Centre and Old Brooklyn. He is a strong advocate for supporting a mixed-use, urban community, pursuing economic development, environmental and trail and greenspace projects to improve the quality of life in Ward 15.Stefanie Spear, EcoWatch Ohio, Executive DirectorStefanie Spear is founder and executive director of EcoWatch Ohio (www.ecowatchohio.org). Stefanie has been working on environmental issues for more than 20 years. She is passionate and committed to educating Ohioans about environmental issues and bringing people together to achieve a sustainable world. EcoWatch Ohio is a nonprofit, grassroots environmental organization that encourages individuals, businesses and governments to adopt sustainable lifestyles, business practices and policies.Andrew Watterson, Program Director, Office of Sustainability, City of ClevelandIn 2005, Watterson took over as Cleveland's first sustainability program director, overseeing a staff that develops city sustainable programs. The office's primary duty is to advise on everything from rebuilding facilities to large-scale development opportunities - always looking for ways Cleveland can reduce its environmental impact.Please join us for this informative and important meeting.You will also get updates on Cleveland's Domestic Partner Registry and ways you can help protect it from a potential ballot challenge this fall.

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