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SIU07: Initial Report & Pictures

It was a wonderful day. Thanks to the Solar Cafe, who donated their space, including the gazebo with solar panels on top. Kimberly Wilder acted as host. People wrote letters to their legislators (at least 17 mailed today) and made banners and a mural. Musician Ahmad Ali played and Gordian Raacke of Renewable Energy Long Island spoke. Ian Wilder emceed the program. We had a surprise appearance by Suffolk County Legislature Deputy Presiding Officer Vivian Viloria-Fisher. There were about 100 people who participated throughout the afternoon.  An entourage arrived from Sophia’s Garden– a CSA in nearby Amityville. The program ended on a warm note, with Legislator Viloria-Fisher singing with Solar Cafe owner Chris Castro.

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Gordian Raacke from Renewable Energy Long Island speaking about Global Warming

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Suffolk Legislature Deputy Presiding Officer Vivian Viloria-Fisher speaking about her groundbreaking carbon limiting legislation

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R&B musician Ahmad Ali plays Step It Up! @ Solar Cafe

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Step It Up @ Solar Cafe organizer/Babylon Green Kimberly Wilder displaying a banner made by attendees at the event today.

 

3 Responses

  1. So sorry I missed this today. Thanks, Kim & Ian, for putting it all together so quickly. Glad it was successful!

  2. […] Step It Up 07: Initial Report & Pictures […]

  3. […] Step It Up 07 at Solar Cafe  […]

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