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Tuesday, January 11, 2011
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Youth Making a Difference

An update about the Environmental Town Hall at the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes:1/11/11: Tuesday, 7 pm. Bioneers Cleveland and the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes are partnering to present the first of the 2011 Environmental Town Hall Series. Young Environmental Leaders will be highlighted, showing a talk from the national Bioneers by One World Youth Project founder Jess Rimington (via DVD), then hearing from local young people who who are doing the work of tomorrow... Today. Katie Spotz, Mentor native who became the youngest person to row across the Atlantic in March 2010 in support of the Blue Planet Foundation; one of ten Glamour Magazine Women of the YearCase Western Reserve University student Alayna Dorobeck, GLISTEN, the Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship through Education Network, a student driven environmental leadership program of the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement, Shaker Heights High School student Ce Ce Mercer of the Shaker Heights High School Environmental ClubWest Geauga High School student Clay McMullen and Hawken School student Isabella Todaro with the Environmental Discovery Project, a holistic endeavor to infuse sustainable practices into our community. We'll hear about their efforts and will discuss ways to get projects started in your community and potential funding sources. More info at http://bioneerscleveland.org/?page_id=12An update about the Environmental Town Hall at the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes:1/11/11: Tuesday, 7 pm. Bioneers Cleveland and the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes are partnering to present the first of the 2011 Environmental Town Hall Series. Young Environmental Leaders will be highlighted, showing a talk from the national Bioneers by One World Youth Project founder Jess Rimington (via DVD), then hearing from local young people who who are doing the work of tomorrow... Today. Katie Spotz, Mentor native who became the youngest person to row across the Atlantic in March 2010 in support of the Blue Planet Foundation; one of ten Glamour Magazine Women of the YearCase Western Reserve University student Alayna Dorobeck, GLISTEN, the Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship through Education Network, a student driven environmental leadership program of the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement, Shaker Heights High School student Ce Ce Mercer of the Shaker Heights High School Environmental ClubWest Geauga High School student Clay McMullen and Hawken School student Isabella Todaro with the Environmental Discovery Project, a holistic endeavor to infuse sustainable practices into our community. We'll hear about their efforts and will discuss ways to get projects started in your community and potential funding sources. More info at http://bioneerscleveland.org/?page_id=12

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