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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Go Green with Shoreline League of Democratic Women

WESTBROOK - The Shoreline League of Democratic Women it will hold its free 4th Annual Green Lifestyle Fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 27 at the Water’s Edge Resort and Spa.
The Green Lifestyle Fair will include more than 45 exhibitors, featuring energy alternatives, green products and services, the league said in a release.
"Industry experts and environmental advocates will be on hand to offer valuable insight into real world energy alternatives, financial incentives, conservation initiatives, and the most pressing challenges affecting our environment today," the release said.
There also will be a Green Book Fair, with special guest author, Nancy Elizabeth Wallace featuring her new book "Planting Seeds and Recycle Every Day!"
For more information on the event, visit www.SLDW.org, call 860-399-1147, or email: sldworg@gmail.com.
GREEN LIFESTYLE EXHIBITORS:
The Green Lifestyle Fair presents a variety of alternative energy solutions, exhibitors of green home and consumer products, service providers, and leading environmental groups, the release said. They include:
Alternative Energy - Solar, Wind, Geothermal, and Biodiesel
Aegis Solar Energy
Alteris Renewables
Waldo Renewable Electric
Hale Hill Biodiesel
King Energy Associates
East River Energy
CommunityEergy
Custom Mechanical Services
PV Squared
CT Clean Energy Fund
Energy Efficiency and Building Materials
CT Energy Efficiency Fund
Middletown Monitor Monitor of Bristol
Branford Building Supplies
The Home Depot
Tuxis Lumber Company
PPG Pittsburgh Paints
The ReCONNstruction Center
Bender Plumbing Supplies
Contractors, Consultants and Builders
JRV Home Inspection Services
Erik Block Design-Build
Green Homes
Consulting Engineering Services
Tavella Design Group
Erik’s Design-Build Associates
The Greensulators
Hybrid Automobiles
Grossman Chevrolet - Nissan
Lorensen Toyota Westbrook
Honda Ford of Branford
Locally Grown & Organic
Growing reen Co-op
CT Farm Fresh Express
The Farmer’s Cow
Green Earth Agriculture
Green Lifestyle
CT Green Team of Hydro-Dynamics
The Green Supply Company Merrill Lynch – Green Investing
Nardella’s Turf Care
SAVATREE
Natural Awakenings Magazine
Green Advocacy Groups
CT Fund for the Environment
PACE - People’s Action for Clean Energy
Central Connecticut Bicycle Alliance
And more eco-friendly representatives from leading companies!

About the Shoreline League of Democratic Women
The Shoreline League of Democratic Women is dedicated to educating its members about political and social issues important to women of all ages. Women from thirteen towns in Southeastern Connecticut are encouraged to join the SLDW and participate in the organization’s valuable work in the community. Members can be involved in any capacity, whether it is 30 minutes a month, or 30 minutes a year. As a part of the SLDW educational charter, members will be notified of important pending state and national legislation. For more information on the Shoreline League of Democratic Women, please send email to sldworg@gmail.com or contact Betsy Hodgson at (203) 887-2211. Visit their web site at http://www.SLDW.org.

Editor's note: this information was provided by the Shoreline League of Democratic Women. It is lightly edited here and is provided as a public service only, not as an endorsement of any political party.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Sue Winchell said...

The GREEN vehicles being displayed at the 4th Annual SLDW Green Expo at Water's Edge on March 27th by the Lorensen Auto Group are from:

• Lorensen Toyota/Scion
• Westbrook Honda

February 24, 2010 at 12:19 PM 
Blogger angel said...

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March 10, 2010 at 2:52 AM 

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