9539Stirling Miniature Model
- Feb 1, 2010Hello, everyone.I'm looking to help my daughter build a small model of a Stirling Tower, for a Middle School science project. If anyone can point me to a good site or science project, I'd appreciate it.Cheers!Paul
From: "mkewert@..." <mkewert@...>
To: HREG <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: Meg Imholt <meg@...>; joe Meppelink <joe@...>
Sent: Sun, January 31, 2010 9:52:26 PM
Subject: [hreg] Fwd: RSVP: Houston Activist Training
We had a great meeting today! We had 42 in attendance. Special thanks to our hosts at U of H and to Environment Texas for their attendance and information about the solar petition. Below is the announcement for the free activist training by Environment Texas that was talked about. If you didn't get to sign the solar petition at today's meeting, visit their website at the bottom of the email and do it on line.
Also, here is the Facebook page for the Green Building Components program that Joe Meppelink talked about.
http://www.facebook .com/pages/ University- of-Houston- Green-Building- Components/ 175733557203
The officer nominations were all approved. Therefore your HREG officers for 2010 are:
President - Mike Ewert
VP Technical - Chris Boyer
VP Outreach - Suresh Balachandran
Secretary/Treasurer - Ed Wanat
And Jim Hudson will continue as our representative to the TXSES board.
----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Luke Metzger, Environment Texas Director
To: Michael Ewert
Sent: Thu, 28 Jan 2010 20:39:42 +0000 (UTC)
Subject: RSVP: Houston Activist Training
I'm writing to remind you about our Feb. 6 event.
Your support of Environment Texas has made a difference in so many
ways on saving the Christmas Mountains, promoting clean energy,
enforcing clean air laws and more.
That's why I thought of you and other active members when we decided
to co-sponsor a special event.
On Saturday, Feb. 6, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., we're helping to
organize a free
activist workshop in Houston. Would you like to attend?
The training is being run by The Public Interest Network and will
feature sessions on:
* the best techniques for organizing your neighbors to take action, and
* the best ways to persuade your local media to cover an issue you care
It's a chance to learn, share ideas and connect with other
environmentally active citizens, as well as activists from other
causes. And it's free.
Click the link below for more details -- I hope you can make it!
http://www.environm enttexas. org/action/ houston-training -center2? id4=ES
Environment Texas Director
http://www.environm enttexas. org
P.S. Please feel free to share this e-mail with any fellow activists
(or potential activists)!
A cleaner, greener future is within our reach. Your donation today can
help us bring the vision we share a little closer to reality.
This message was sent to mewert@alumni. utexas.net. If you want us to stop
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