On September 14, as part of Douglas UCC’s month-long Creation Justice Season, we will hear from former state senator and former director of Michigan’s Office of the Great Lakes, Patty Birkholz. Ms. Birkholz is a Saugatuck native who continues in her role as protector of Michigan’s waterways by serving on the boards of the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI), and NOAA, among her many points of service and leadership.
Ms. Birkholz remains very active in the work of protecting and preserving the Great Lakes, and will talk to us about the recent challenges to the GLRI (Spoiler! It is not all bad news!), and will steer us through the various groups contributing to these efforts, so we can each decide where and how we can help this work along.
This event is free and open to the West Michigan community.
September 14, Making Our Lakes Great Again
DUCC Friendship Hall, 56 Wall St., Douglas, MI
6:30pm, social time, dessert, coffee and tea
7:00pm, program begins
Please sign up for this event in the Friendship Hall at Douglas UCC or by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to have your RSVPs so we can plan for our table of desserts and light snacks, coffee and tea service. This is not a potluck, but if you feel inclined to share something, sharing is always nice.
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Thanks for doing this Julie. Will you be able to post something about the adopt a beach event?
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