FRBF May 2019 Newsletter
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND FBRF'S THANK YOU AND PLANNING PARTY, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 3-5:30
Town of Wilson Village Hall, lower level
5935 S. Business Drive, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
YOU saved this ecosystem and our state park from destruction. Let's finish the job!
3-4 P.M. Salad supper and beverages
4-4:20 P.M. Guest speakers
4:20-4:40 P.M. Questions, discussion
4:40-5:00 P.M. LAUNCHING OF OUR NEW CAMPAIGN TO FINANCE THE WETLAND CASE THROUGH THE APPEAL
PLEASE RSVP on FBRF's Facebook page under events
OR through the Evite.com invitation if you received one, OR by leaving a message at 920-803-9001
Sheboygan Mayor is Vice Chair of Great Lakes Conference - How could Mayor Vandersteen approve of the proposed Kohler golf course with no review of the impacts to Lake Michigan and yet be a part the GLSCI’s group’s goals? “Each year, during our Annual Conference, we tackle issues and obstacles that face the health and conservation of the Great Lakes ... and their communities. It is our mission not only to educate and protect our member mayors from threats that arise from water pollution and damaging weather events but also to defend the greatest source of freshwater in the world from invasive species, pollution and depletion. Our conference theme this year is Living Blue: Transforming Waterfronts and the three pillars of the conference are social and community engagement, economic growth and sustainable strength in waterfront communities." - GLSCI information
We will engage in a Walk for Lake Michigan on Wed., June 5 outside of Blue Harbor during the convention from 8a.m. - 3 p.m. to bring awareness of this issue to the participants in the GLSCI Convention. Sign making will take place at 5631 Driftwood Lane, Sheboygan on Thursday, May 23, 5-6:30. Please join us at Blue Harbor June 5 throughout the day to urge this organization to live up to its mission.
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