Save Our Land, Save Our Town speaker
Posted by on May 10, 2002
SAVE THE DATE – SAVE OUR TOWN
Wednesday, MAY 29, 2002 at 7:00 PM
Manayunk Neighborhood Council – Manayunk Tree Tenders
Presents TOM HYLTON
North Light Community Center, 175 Green Lane
(Free parking in St. Mary’s lot on Carson St behind North Light)
Admission is Free!
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Tom Hylton is the author of SAVE OUR LAND, SAVE OUR TOWNS, a lavishly illustrated book about Pennsylvania communities and how we can save them. Trees Inc., a nonprofit corporation conceived and organized by Hylton raised nearly $500,000 to plant and maintain street trees in Pottstown. You may have seen his video SAVING PENNSYLVANIA aired on WHYY-TV.
As one of Pennsylvania’s most fiercely passionate speakers on behalf of communities and quality of life, he will present a slide show on the benefits of trees in communities.
In SAVE OUR LAND Hylton writes:
“No single element will do more to improve our communities than planting a lot of shade trees.”
You can see more on the Pottstown webpage link to SAVE OUR LAND at http://www.pottstownpennsylvania.org/solpage.html
With Guest Speakers:
Mindy Maslin, Project Manager, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Philadelphia Green Tree Tenders
Aura Thompson,Growing Greener Coordinator, Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education
Brought to you by Manayunk Neighborhood Council – Manayunk Tree Tenders with support from Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
For more information: 215/482-5528 or email@example.com
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