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E-M:/ Creating a Healthy Community, May 6, 7 pm

Dear Enviro-Mich List-Serve Members:
LocalMotion invites you to attend an evening panel discussion featuring Debra Lynn Dadd, author and expert on eliminating toxins from the home, Michael Harbut, MD, MPH, Director, Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine in Southfield, Michigan, and Shelley Petrie, Executive Director, Toronto Environmental Alliance.  Lana Pollack, President of the Michigan Environmental Council, will facilitate the discussion.
The lecture will be held Tuesday, May 6, 7:00 pm at the Grosse Pointe War Memorial, 32 Lakeshore Drive, Grosse Pointe Farms.  Tickets are $5 at the door.
I hope many of you are able to make it to this special event!

What You Can Do Here and Now: Creating a Healthy Community
7:00 pm, May 6, 2003
LocalMotion invites you to the final lecture in an extraordinary four part series.
“What we need are practical solutions that can easily be woven into complicated lives.”
--Betsy Dance, Founder of LocalMotion
Previous lectures in this and the last two series have demonstrated the devastating effects toxic chemicals can have on human health, particularly the health of children.  The speakers, distinguished scientists and medical doctors, have also given us hope that solutions to the problems caused by harmful chemicals exist.  This panel discussion is designed to give you more of the answers you have been seeking.  
Knowledgeable Panel Members Answer Your Questions

“In 1984, everything I could find about dangerous products and safe alternatives filled a book.  Now it could fill a library.”
--Debra Lynn Dadd, Consumer Advocate and author of Home Safe Home (1997), specializes in identifying products that are safe and environmentally responsible.
“Talking to patients about environmental hazards should be an integral part of a medical practice.”
--Dr. Michael Harbut, Director of the Center of Occupational and Environmental Medicine in Southfield, Michigan, diagnoses and treats patients with illnesses linked to the environment.
“ With the help of community volunteers, TEA has made progress on critical environmental issues while expanding the skills and knowledge of our broader community”
--Shelly Petrie is the Executive Director of the Toronto Environmental Alliance, an organization that works to promote a greener Toronto through programs targeting smog and climate change, urban pesticide use, waste reduction, sustainable transportation, and water quality.
Facilitated by Lana Pollack, President of the Michigan Environmental Council, a coalition of 63 member groups—representing 200,000 Michigan residents—working to protect Michigan’s natural resources and promote healthy environments.
Kate Webber
343 South Main Street, Suite 206, Ann Arbor, Michigan  48104
Phone:  (734) 623-0773  Fax: (734) 623-6920