Monday, February 07, 2011

Milton Grows Green Meeting; Earthday planning.

Friends of the Milton Environment:

I send this email to you for two reasons: first, to remind you that our monthly meeting is tomorrow evening at the Fire Station on Hickory Flat Road, from 6:30--8:00; and second, to let you know that there is still plenty of time and opportunity to become involved in the planning and execution of the Second Annual Milton Earthday Festival,* to be held on Saturday, April 16 this year, again in Birmingham Park. Do you have a topic to suggest, a friend who is an environmental vendor who might like to participate, an idea for an event, or some extra energy to unleash on Festival Preparations? Well, come on down! We have all manner of opportunities from planning to preparing exhibits to publicity to helping with site set-up and striking/clean-up.So that you are forewarned, we will have our regular committee meetings on Tuesday, March 8 at noon in City Hall, and Tuesday, April 12 at 6:30 back at the Fire Station. In addition, the EFCC will be busil y planning and preparing, which will involve a good many irregular meetings

MGG Meeting schedule for the rest of 2011: it's "always" on the second Tuesday of the month, and it alternates between noon meetings at City Hall in the odd-numbered months, and 6:30 p.m. at the Fire Station in the even-numbered months.

Jon McPhail
Jon McPhail & Associates, LLC
P.O. Box 783
Alpharetta, GA 30009-0783
770-442-9566 (V)
770-442-1834 (F)
*Brought to you by the City of Milton and Milton Grows Green.


Anonymous said...

Americans are sick of going green and know that green industry and green jobs will take away millions of jobs from hardworking average Americans to fill the already deep pockets of government and George Soros! Windmills and solar panels cannot compete with energy produced from natural gas and clean coal. Go green and watch you energy bills and gasoline bills skyrocket. Talk about a bridge to no-where.

Going Green is assisted suicide of our American economy.

Don't be fooled! Fool!

Anonymous said...

Bet the turn out is even less than last year, if that's possible.