Tuesday, May 18, 2010
THIS SATURDAY, May 22nd -- from 10AM-10PM is the GREEN LONG BEACH FESTIVAL! This is a great way to connect with the community that we belong to and also have a lot of fun! There will be lots of bands, guest speakers, and environmental education workshops throughout the entire event. Check out more info about the event: Greenlb.org -- The Environmental Club is listed as one of this year's 2010 festival hosts!
We still need a lot of help during the day of the festival!! So if you have time to volunteer -- please, please, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or reply to this e-mail. There will be a special volunteer meeting this friday, May 21st @ 10AM (430 E. 1st Street).
THIS SUNDAY, May 23rd -- is the rescheduled MALIBU BEACH SAFARI event to celebrate public beaches with signwatching, trailblazing the public-private boundary, and a public easement potluck.
Where: Come to the public beach accessway between 22140-22126 Pacific Coast Highway (~.5 mis west of Carbon Canyon Rd. and ~1 mi. east of Malibu pier). Park on either side of the PCH (cross with caution), and walk through the accessway to the beach. (Or take the 534 PCH bus!--nearest stop is Carbon Canyon Rd.-- www.metro.net.) Please allow for plenty of time to find a parking spot, since availability of beach parking is unpredictable.
When: Choose 1 of the 3 start times (each lasts ~1 3/4 hrs). 9am, 11:30pm, and 2pm.
Rangers should arrive at the base of the accessway (on the beach--look for the uniform) to assemble each safari at least 15 minutes in advance of each start time. If you arrive early, you can walk on the wet sand anywhere, and on the dry sand (at least 10 ft. from the houses) on the FIRST 4 PROPERTIES TO THE LEFT (downcoast). Please do not use the dry sand upcoast or elsewhere.
Bring: Snack for the potluck (just for you), water if you need it, sun protection, and extra layer for warmth.
Please note: No bathroom available at meeting point--Try the fast-food restaurants just upcoast on the PCH.
Hope to see you at these events!
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Thursday, May 13, 2010
This year's Green Long Beach Festival is right around the corner (May 22nd) -- and we still need a lot of volunteers to help out with the event. This event is designed to bring together the many groups and individuals who work to make Long Beach a more sustainable city. From businesses to non-profits to government entities to community groups, everyone is welcome to be a part of this community event.
We want CSULB and the Environmental Club to be a part of this festival -- so volunteer, invite your friends & family to attend the festival. This is a great way to connect with the community that we belong to and also have a lot of fun! There will be lots of bands, guest speakers, and environmental education workshops throughout the entire event. If you're interested -- I can send you the schedule of events. I'm attaching the volunteer form -- please fill it out and e-mail it back to me, or email@example.com
We need the following volunteers in the shifts below:
7:00AM – 11:00AM
11:00AM – 3:00 PM
3:00 PM – 7:00 PM
7:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Reminder: This upcoming Tuesday, May 18 from 7-8 p.m., There will be a meeting discussing the Festival at the Neighborhood Resource Center *425 Atlantic Ave, Long Beach 90802*. Meeting will start 7 p.m. exactly, so please arrive early to allow time for parking. Some parking available in the back of the building, biking, busing and carpooling is encouraged.
We will be discussing:
- mission and purpose
- run-through of festival
- point person for vendors, volunteers, general inquires, etc.
- how we can help each other through a shared network
- distribute programs (if available)
***All volunteers should attend this meeting.
Good luck with finals!! And come celebrate with us on the 22nd!
Sunday, May 9, 2010
If you want to get more involved with the club next year, here is your chance! Officers and committee chairs for next year will be decided this Saturday, May 15th in the morning. If you are interested in any of the positions, please email us ASAP, so we can give you the details. If you cannot make this time, but are still interested, email us explaining which position(s) you are considering and include your phone number so we can talk with you. There will not be a big formal vote or anything, just some people getting together and working out who would fit which position best. If you have any questions, or if you want to get involved, but are not sure which position is best for you, just send us an email!
Co-Chair (2) or Pres. and V.P.
Event Planner (or committee)
Environmental Justice Committee Chair
Urban Farm Demonstration Committee Chair
Earth Week Committee Chair
Fundraising Committee Chair?
(Your Committee) Chair?
~ES&P Club Officers~
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."
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Monday, May 3, 2010
The end of semester is quickly approaching -- and we still have a few more treats for everyone!
This Tuesday, May 4th (12:30-1:30 USU-350) we're having special presentation from all the club officers and committee chairs. AND we'll be announcing the steward award for the semester. This will be the last official club meeting for the semester.
If you are interested in being an officer/committee chair next year, please come to this meeting! The current officers and committee leaders will be giving a short presentation about what each position involves. To be an officer/committee leader next year you need to let us know at this meeting, or by email in the next week or two! The meeting will be short, so that we can answer questions and talk more with those of you interested.
Next week we'll have our traditional pre-finals yoga session! Our meeting room is obviously too small to accommodate a full yoga class -- so we'll be meeting downstairs on the lawn. Specific location will be sent out asap.
Lastly, the month of May is Long Beach's Bicycle month! See the post below for more info.
Sunday, May 2, 2010
An Update from the Garden Committee. Tomorrow 5/3 there will be a meeting at 6pm in the Sunset Lounge of USU to discuss a turn of events!... - thanks to Sabrina, we were able to schedule a meeting with CSULB President F King Alexander THIS SEMESTER.
I know the semester is ending fast, but let's try to keep the momentum going. So come to the meeting tomorrow, and we'll talk about when/where and what we'll be presenting to President Alexander.