The Ecology Center's annual meeting will be held on the evening of Wednesday, May 21 in the multipurpose room of the Ann Arbor District Library downtown branch.
"Our annual meeting is an opportunity for environmental advocates and supporters to meet with others committed to the same goals, and to learn more about our work," according to Ecology Center director Michael Garfield.
Content of the May 21 program is still being set, but in addition to other business, Ecology Center members will be able to vote for candidates for seats on the organization’s board of directors.
“The Ecology Center’s annual meeting has long been one of our most important events, an opportunity to meet our supporters and celebrate our accomplishments over the past year,” Garfield said. “We’re hoping to see long-time friends and new supporters as well on May 21.”
The meeting is free and open to the public.
EcoLink — March 2014
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