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MAY GREEN HOUR - TUESDAY, MAY 17TH, 6PM

If you haven't been to a Green Hour this year you've missed Disposal Alternatives Organization, Indianapolis Office of Sustainability, People for Urban Progress and Mayor Greg Ballard.

 

Last month 12 brave souls pitched their best, local sustainability ideas.  Check out the videos on our MyGreenMentor YouTube Channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/MyGreenMentor).


If you miss our March Green Hour, you'll miss Democratic Mayoral Candidate Melina Kennedy. You don't want to be the only one do you?

See why the Green Hour is the most popular, grass roots green gathering in Indianapolis. Join us and bring all your friends.

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Comment by Jeff Echols on May 17, 2011 at 9:34am
REMINDER! The May Green Hour featuring Democratic Mayoral Candidate Melina Kennedy is next Tuesday, May 24th, 6pm at Legend Classic Irvington Cafe - 5614 E Washington Street, Indianapolis 46219.
Comment by Jeff Echols on May 4, 2011 at 4:15pm
BREAKING NEWS! The date of the May Green Hour HAS BEEN CHANGED. The new date is Tuesday, May 24th 6pm Legend Classic Irvington Cafe - 5614 E Washington Street, Indianapolis 46219

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