* What: Rogue Indivisible Member Meeting
* When: June 25, 3:00 – 5:00 P.M.
* Where: Grants Pass High School Commons
* Meeting Theme: Maximizing Effectiveness.
* Topics include Rogue Indivisible’s focus for next 100+ days, language matters – how to frame messaging to appeal to all sides, and advocacy – highlights from previous training on how to reach our representatives, plus time to socialize with other members. Light snacks.
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Adopt-a-Highway Cleanup -- July 8th
Join us on July 8th at 8:00AM for our Adopt-A-Highway cleanup. Walk a mile to pick up roadside trash. We keep a couple of miles on Hwy 199 clean – between highway markers 3 and 5.
Bring gloves and water. The more who helps = less work for the individual and FUN.
Trash bags and a safety vest will be provided for you. All must be at least 16 years old.
Meet at pull off area at Hubbard Lane on the south side of Hwy 199. We can do the trash, then have a breakfast together!
RSVP to Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us! Speaker: Dr. Alan Journet – Climate Change
July 11 , 2016
6:30 Social & Networking
7:00 Meeting begins
129 NW “E” Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Most of us have heard about global warming and its climate change consequences, and the importance of reducing emissions of carbon dioxide by decreasing fossil fuel use. Less well known are the other gases that contribute to the problem and why we should also be concerned about them. Alan Journet will discuss why our focus on carbon (dioxide) is inadequate if we genuinely wish to bring global warming under control. Journet will also explore the fallacy that natural gas is ‘the clean fossil fuel.’
Dr. Alan Journet will be our guest speaker discussing what we should be doing if we genuinely want to bring global warming under control.
In addition, will be providing information about Resistance Summer and getting involved as “Neighborhood Leaders”
Doors open with a social at 6:30 p.m. Libation and snacks will be available. The meeting begins at 7 p.m.
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What We are working for:
- A balanced and equitable economy that provides a living wage for all workers.
- Competent, affordable and accessible health care.
- World class, lifelong educational opportunities.
- A healthy, sustainable environment.
- International diplomacy and cooperation.
We are county citizens who believe in bringing people together for the common good and making democratic principles the driving force behind all public policy.
We are working to build a community that extends beyond our borders and respects the inherent dignity of all.