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2017 Sustainability Events

Tues, Sept 26 – SEEDS Annual Meeting
(The Cooperage)

Sat, Nov 18 – Free Book Swap
(Wayne County Park Street Complex)

More details will be on our website and in our newsletters as the dates draw nearer.

SEEDS Meetings:

Aug 9th   5:30- Board Meeting

Oct 11th  5:30- Board Meeting

Nov 8th   5:30- Brainstorming Session- open to all

Dec 13th  5:30- Board Meeting

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