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Save the Pine Bush

Vegetarian/Vegan Lasgana Dinner

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

6:00 PM Dinner • 7:00 Presentation


Earth Day Event

Lou Ismay, George Keleshian,
George Courtney and Steve Coyle

will speak about

Revolution for the Environment — Past and Future

The April dinner will open with a celebration of Lou Ismay for his work with PYE - Protect Your Environment Club at SUNY Albany. This is the 50th anniversary of the PYE Club and Lou Ismay’s Environmental Forum. Many of the founders of Save the Pine Bush met through PYE and projects they did while attending the Environmental Forum. George Keleshian, PYE president in 1973 and owner of One Energy/Zeroenergy Bldg. Inc., will speak about the history and projects of PYE, including litigation. Looking to the future, our speakers, George E. Courtney lll, a Senior Environmental Consultant, and Steve Coyle, owner of Town Green, an international urban planning consultant group and co-founder of the National Charrette Institute, will speak about the future for the environment including importance of resilient communities, clean water, flood control, urban planning and energy.

At the Westminster Presbyterian Church, 85 Chestnut Street, Albany, NY (people with cars can park in the lot near the door). All-you-can-eat lasagna dinner, with vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, salad, garlic bread and delicious desserts. Only $12 for adults, $6 for students, and $2 for children. People who make reservations are served first. For reservations, please leave a message for Rezsin Adams at 462-0891 or email pinebush@mac.com.

at Westminster Presbyterian Church
85 Chestnut Street, Albany, NY

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This page last modified April 15, 2019
Contact Save the Pine Bush at pinebush@aol.com.