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KySEA Membership Meeting to be held Oct 12: Join Us!

by Kristin Tracz — last modified Oct 01, 2010 09:07 AM
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Save the date 10/12 for a day-long KySEA Mtg!

KySEA will meet at 9:30am for a daylong meeting about strategy, communications and biomass policy at the Lexington Libary -- Northside branch, located at 1733 Russell Cave Road.  Please join us if you can make it!  You can RSVP here.  Members will receive additional information and an agenda in the coming days.  If you are not a KySEA member and are interested in attending the October 12 meeting, please email kristin@kysea.org for additional information.  We look forward to seeing you!

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