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"Lighting Up Lives with Solar Power" presented tomorrow night at Commonwealth Club with its partner NorCal PCA

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  • Karen Keefer
    Hope you will join me in this Commonwealth Club program in which NorCal PCA is partnering. Remember, you can get in for the partner registration fee of only
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2012
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      Hope you will join me in this Commonwealth Club program in which NorCal PCA is partnering.  Remember, you can get in for the partner registration fee of only $8.

      See you Monday night?

      Karen

      Commonwealth Club

      Region: San Francisco
      Time: 4/2/12 Mon (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM)
      Location: Commonwealth Club
      Street Address: 595 Market St.
      City: San Francisco
      Contact: Karen Keefer
      Email: rpcvk2@...

      Laura Stachel, M.D., M.P.H., Co-Founder and Executive Director, WE CARE Solar
      Ned Tozun, Co-Founder and President, d.light

      Two award-winning social entrepreneurs discuss their solar projects that help save lives in developing nations. 2011 Shriver Award Winner, Sam Goldman, and Ned Tozun developed d.light, which is an affordable solar light that replaces kerosene lamps that have badly burned bodies and homes. WE CARE’s solar suitcase provides hospitals light at night, replacing surgery by flashlight. Stachel and Tozun have recently been featured in magazines and on television for their products that save lives of many individuals. Hear why they decided to produce these items and what it took to do so.

      Partner with the NorCal Peace Corps Association

      Cost: $20 Standard, Free for Members, $7 students (with valid ID). $8 for NorCal Peace Corps members—go to: 
      http://www.commonwealthclub.org/events/2012-04-02/lighting-lives-solar-power 

      enter coupon code sfforsolar

      NOTE: coupon code is case sensitive and can be used only once per ticket transaction. If there is any trouble redeeming the coupon, it can also be used by calling the Club’s automated ticket line at 415-597-6705.


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