Clean Water Action Massachusetts' 21st annual celebration is coming up! Please join us!
Date: Saturday, October 24th, 2015
Time: 3:30-6:00 PM
Place: Congregational Church of Weston, 130 Newton Street, Weston, MA 02493
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Choose from a buffet of tasty vegetarian treats and celebrate a year of hard work for the environment!
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John O’Connor Awards for Grassroots Leadership
Kathryn Eiseman, PLAN-NE
Rosemary Wessel, No Fracked Gas in MA
Jane Winn, Berkshire Environmental Action Team
David Queeley, Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation
John O’Connor Award for Canvassing
Rockstar Moms for Safe Chemicals
Lori Alper, Erin Boles, Cheryl Durr Patry, Eugenia Gibbons, Michelle Gottlieb, Kristi Marsh, Gail McCormick & Laura Spark
Lifetime Achievement Award
Jane Bright, Healthlink
Clean Up On All Aisles! Mind the Store Campaigns Mounting Victories
Clean Water Action and Mind the Store campaign partners are celebrating some big victories made possible in part by Clean Water Action members — thank you!
The campaign was launched to secure commitments from the nation’s largest retailers to replace toxic chemicals with safer alternatives in every day products such as couch cushions, cosmetics and children’s toys. The targets include the top 10 largest retailers in the country like Walmart, CVS, Home Depot, Target and Walgreens — all companies whose decisions can lead product manufacturers and the chemical industry to shift to safer chemicals.
Throughout New England, Clean Water Action hosted events with local volunteers, delivered letters to store managers, organized call-in days, and conducted in-store research on toxic chemicals in products on store shelves. Read more
Featuring an hors d’oeuvres reception, an awards ceremony, silent auction and celebration of victories and progress towards a healthy and sustainable world!
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