It is a LocalSource – Sustainable Shepherdstown – SDC Shepherdstown Day Care Center – Holiday Project and Pot Luck

Sustainable Shepherdstown and The Local Source – we are collecting recycled items to use for art projects at the SDC. Please drop off the following at The Source. Look for the projects at the SDC and especially at the Holiday Pot Luck and Party at the Train Station on Tuesday, Dec. 9. 6:30. All are welcome to join us.

ITEMS for RECYCLING
sponges
gift bags
greeting cards for all holidays
assorted boxes ( cigar, shoe, gift, etc)
zip lock bags
foam pieces
zippers
sea shells
buttons
toilet paper rolls
rocks
cloth scraps
yard
baby food jars
carpet scraps
foam trays for fruit and vegetables
string
large shirts for painting
crepe paper streamers
scarves
cotton balls

December 1 – Steering Committee Meeting will be Dec 1, 7:00 At the student center, Shepherd University

December 9 – Sustainable Shepherdstown Holiday Pot Luck at the Train Station
– Tuesday, DEC. 9

  1. Sustainable Shepherdstown Holiday Pot Luck at the Train Station
  2. Last Pot Luck of the 2014 year.
  3. Join us for good food – hear about what is going on and coming up for the New Year, and music.
  4. Please bring a dish or drink to share and a meal kit to avoid using disposable dishes and utensils.
  5. MUSIC – Graham Smith-White will play, also Betty and the Bleeps
November 22 – BOOK SIGNING
At Four Seasons Books, Saturday, November 22
  1. Four Seasons Books on Saturday, November 22nd, from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. This event is free and open to the public; refreshments will be provided.
  1. Mountaintop Mining in Appalachia focuses on the people of the region, the people who have the most at stake and have been the most active in trying to shift views and practices. By examining the experiences of these stakeholders and their efforts to effect change, Susan F. Hirsch and E. Franklin Dukes introduce key concepts and theories from the field of conflict analysis and resolution. They provide a compelling case study of how stakeholders challenge governance-as-usual, while offering insight into the causes of conflict over other environmental issues
  1. Susan F. Hirsch is a cultural anthropologist in the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. Dr. Hirsch will be presenting segments of her book and her research to the public at Four Seasons Books on Saturday, November 22nd, from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. This event is free and open to the public; refreshments will be provided. Copies of Mountaintop Mining in America will be on hand for purchase and signing.

JANUARY 2015GREEN DRINKS
Sustainable Shepehrdstown will be starting up Green Drinks again! If you remember the eco- friend networking – socializing events that were held monthly called Green Drinks of the Eastern Panhandle – Sustainable Shepherdstown would like to start this up again. It was a fun way to meet and socialize with other ecof-riendly – greenoriented – businesses and non-profit – like minded folks. Stay tuned…

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If you haven’t yet, please to the petition calling for Governor Tomblin to become an advocate for energy efficiency.