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Global warming protest outside of Republican Senator Pat Toomey's Harrisburg office.

Global Warming Protestors outside Pat Toomey's Office
35 enthusiastic protesters held signs and chanted outside Toomey's office in downtown Harrisburg on July 6, from 11:30-1:00pm.  Our activists' age ranged from 2 to 85 years.  Ed brought a van full from State College,  I brought a couple people from Philly, and activists from York and Harrisburg came as well. We had given a heads-up to Senator Casey's regional office manager, Matt Leonard. He stopped by at noon and we all praised Senator Casey for his vote against the CRA.  You can see the signs praising Casey in the attached photos, but there were lots more signs blasting Toomey.  Ed had called Toomey's office to let them know we were protesting outside their office, and why we were protesting, and invited them to come down and explain Toomey's bad votes, but no one came down. So we decided to go up to his office. Unfortunately, the building guard wouldn't let us in, but he did get Toomey's office manager, Bob deSouza, to come down at long last, where he was grilled by the group about Toomey's bad votes. Read more »

Centre Gives - Potentially double your donation to Voices!

Huge THANKS to ALL our supporters!
Voices received $6577 in direct gifts!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Overall the CENTREGIVES event was an AMAZING success, with 2,847 gifts, totaling $415,116, given to over 80 non-profits. Congratulations to the CCCF for running an amazing event!

ClearWater Conservancy and Purple Lizard Maps will introduce new map of Scotia Barrens

Oh, nice, Scotia is such an interesting if somewhat strange place, what a history!



June 22, 2012 Chris Hennessey
Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator
2555 North Atherton Street
State College, PA 16803
Phone: 814.237.0400
Fax: 814.237.4909


Public invited to unveiling of Scotia Barrens recreation map June 28

 ClearWater Conservancy and Purple Lizard Maps will introduce new map

ClearWater Conservancy invites local residents to a celebration of a new map of the Scotia Barrens, a popular local hunting and outdoor recreation destination, on Thursday, June 28, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Central Pennsylvania Convention and Visitor’s Bureau in State College. The event includes presentations by ClearWater conservation biologist Katie Ombalski and Purple Lizard Map’s cartographic designer/owner, Mike Hermann. The map is a collaboration between ClearWater and Purple Lizard. Local historian Bob Hazelton will also speak on the history of Scotia. This event is free and open to the public; doors open at 6:30. Read more »

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