|Subject: Major recognition, upcoming events, legislators to write!|
|From: "Masino, Susan A."
|Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2007 16:27:18 -0400|
SURPRISE Awards from TU!
At the Trout Unlimited Annual Banquet on Friday, Keep the Woods members in attendance received an unexpected group award and major recognition for success in preserving clean water and habitat. Frank Plona, Special Projects Manager, received a unique award and well-deserved individual recognition for his efforts. Diane Nash and Susan Masino received the Farmington Valley TU High Honors Award. Extra special thanks and appreciation go to Al Chase and Dan Leahy.
Trout Unlimited's mission
is to “conserve, protect and
Thursday, April 5th,
Prosperity and Place” Eno Hall,
This is a regional event. Many groups and individuals are joining the conversation and efforts to try to help answer questions such as: “How can towns collaborate regionally to benefit the economy and quality of life for all?” ”How can we preserve our most critical natural and historical resources?” Since there is no KTW meeting this Wednesday – go to Eno Hall on Thursday!
Tuesday, April 3rd,
7:30 PM: Board of
Finance Public Hearing on Operating Budgets,
Wednesday, April 4th,
SUPPORT STATE FUNDING!
The topic of the “People, Place and Prosperity” forum relates directly to a major bipartisan bill before the state legislature RIGHT NOW that NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT.
The “Face of Connecticut” initiative represents an unprecedented partnership among historical preservationists, environmentalists, planners and many others.
Read more about it, sign up for email alerts, and add your organization as a supporter: http://www.faceofconnecticut.org/
Track the bill, find your legislator, and see a sample letter here: http://www.faceofconnecticut.org/pages/bill.html
Write in your support for
7275, the Face of
Last but not least! - the EWS fundraising success was on the front page of the Simsbury Post this week - check it out here.