When: Earth Day, Monday, April 22, 2013 @ 6PM
Description: Free Dinner: Ham, Beans, Coleslaw, Cornbread, Dessert, Tea, Coffee, & Monroe County Water
Location: Union Rescue Squad Bldg., Pump St., Union, WV (1 block behind Courthouse)
Speakers & Presentations: learn about the lesser-publicized effects of unconventional drilling (fracking) as experienced by northern WV residents.
Question/answer period to follow.
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Celebrate Monroe County’s Clean Water on Earth Day with SWTO.org (Save the Water Table) – Free Ham Dinner and Sweet Springs Water
SavetheWaterTable.org is pleased to host a public meeting on Earth Day, Monday, April 22, 2013 at the Union Rescue Squad Building on Pump Street (one block behind the Court House) in Union, WV at 6:00 PM.
Speakers will include: Diane L. Pitcock, WV Host Farms Program Administrator, M.S., C.A.G.S., Adult & Community Educ., Johns Hopkins University, who will present a program re: Marcellus shale drilling and some of its lesser-publicized affects on West Virginia landowners; and Theresa Higgins, who will discuss her first-hand experiences with fracking as a resident in northern WV. Question and answer period to follow.
A free ham, bean and cornbread dinner will be served beginning at 6:00. Speakers will begin at 7:00. Join us, bring a friend and celebrate our clean water and beautiful environment while learning more about what is currently happening with unconventional gas drilling (fracking) in WV.