BURNT to Celebrate 20th Anniversary
Celebrate 20 years of volunteer citizens working to create a cleaner environment and government. We want to celebrate particularly with the Regional Greens who were present at the beginning in December 1988--citizens can make our government better. We welcome our relationship with the Peace and Justice Center and Community Shares.
$20 requested, complem,entary wine and beer
Thursday 11 December, 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
St. Anne's Episcopal Church (419 Woodland Street)
BURNT's 20th Anniversary Bash
Dr. Neil Seldman, president, Institute for Local Self Reliance www.ilsr.org
Hear about our current efforts to reform Tennessee solid waste policy.
Join our celebration of 20 years of citizens working with government, business, and academia to Improve our environment and city. Meet active people from active neighborhoods who make our city better. We can make our city and state healthier, more prosperous, and more environmentally just.
Silent auction, food, good spirits, old friends and new.
$20 donation requested.
Read our "BASH" Flyer: 20th Anniversary Program.pdf