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E-M:/ Sierra Club Great Lakes Community Meeting in Rochester



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                                                                                                   CONTACT:

Wednesday, October 24, 2007                                                Melissa Damaschke, Sierra Club Organizer

                                                                                                                                      Office (248) 549-6213

                                                                                                                                          Cell (248) 990-1688

 

 

Sierra Club Hosts

Great Lakes Community Meeting

 

 

Rochester, MI – The Great Lakes hold one fifth of the world’s fresh water supply and currently provide drinking water to over 42 million people.  Yet each day, our Lakes are damaged economically and ecologically by untreated sewage, toxic pollution, and invasive species.  Unless we invest in a solution today, the price we will pay tomorrow will be much higher and future generations may never experience the Great Lakes as we know them.

 

Fortunately there is a solution – the residents of Michigan!  At the upcoming Great Lakes Community Meeting in Rochester, Melissa Damaschke, Michigan Great Lakes Organizer for Sierra Club, will provide information on the following:

  • Sierra Club’s Great Lakes Campaign in Michigan
  • Threats to the Great Lakes and solutions to those threats, and
  • Actions Michigan residents can do to PROTECT the Great Lakes.

 

 

 

WHAT:          Great Lakes Community Meeting

WHO:           Melissa Damaschke, Sierra Club Organizer

WHEN:         Monday, November 12 at 7pm

WHERE:        Rochester Community House (816 Ludlow; north of University Drive between Livernois and Main Streets)

 

 

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Melissa Damaschke

Sierra Club Conservation Organizer

1723 West Fourteen Mile Road

Royal Oak, MI 48073

Phone:  (248) 549-6213

Website:  www.sierraclub.org/community/oakland

 

Together, we will keep the Great Lakes GREAT!