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GLIN==> Ohio Environmental Council's Lobby Day



Three weeks to Environmental Lobby Day 2007!!!

Please join citizens and organizations from across Ohio for one of the state’s largest environmental and conservation events! Meet with lawmakers to discuss energy and state budget legislation and your own top issues! Enjoy a Luncheon with Legislators at the Statehouse Atrium!

On Tuesday, March 27'th , the Ohio Environmental Council will hold its annual Environmental Lobby Day at the YWCA and Statehouse in Columbus. This is your opportunity learn about current legislation, meet with your state lawmakers and top agency officials, network with other environmentalists and conservationists and, most importantly, raise your voice to protect Ohio’s natural heritage.

Registration is required. You may register on the OEC’s website at www.theoec.org or by phone. Group rates are available. Contact the Ohio Environmental Council at 614-487-7506 for more information.

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Kristy Meyer
Lake Erie Program Director
The Ohio Environmental Council
1207 Grandview Ave., Ste. 201
Columbus, OH 43212
P. 614.487.7506
F. 614.487.7510
E. kristy@theoec.org
W. www.theoec.org

Do you care about protecting the environment, public health and our natural resources? Become a member of the Ohio Environmental Council and help make a difference. Learn more about OEC and make your tax-deductible contribution at: https://secure.ga1.org/05/donatenow

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