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Energy Fair in the Food Shelf

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  • Kay Peterson
    Don t miss this year s Energy Fair at the Winona Volunteer Services Food Shelf! On Monday, September 10th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the following booths will be
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 4, 2012

      Don’t miss this year’s Energy Fair at the Winona Volunteer Services’ Food Shelf!

       

      On Monday, September 10th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the following booths will be staffed inside the food shelf:

       

      ·        City of Winona doing taste and cost testing of City vs. bottled water

      ·        Carrie Luna, Homemade Soap Maker doing demonstrations of homemade laundry soap & also giving out recipes of homemade floor soap, fabric softener,

      ·        Andrew Hawkins of Xcel Energy, sharing info about low-income conservation programs and perhaps answering questions about energy bills

      ·        Julia Bates of Free Winona, advertising free stuff to do in Winona, including free meals, the Free Store, the Really Really Free Market, etc

      ·        Clara Dux, Winona County Environmental Services, answering recycling questions

      ·        Melissa Feine of Semcac Weatherization, a program that folks may qualify for to reduce their energy costs, also providing info Semcac Energy Assistance, a program that can help folks pay their energy bills

      ·        Mike McGlone, Salvation Army HeatShare will provide info on that assistance program

       

      Open to the public! Stop by to learn how to save money by “going green.”

       

      Please call with any questions: 507-452-5591

       

       

      Kay Peterson

      Client Services Coordinator

      Winona Volunteer Services

      402 E 2nd St

      Winona, MN  55987

      phone: 507-452-5591

      fax: 507-457-0559

      www.winonavs.org

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

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