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Monday, April 22, 2013
Taking care of the environment doesn't need to be overwhelming. Here are some easy ways for your family to save money and celebrate Earth Day by going green.
Monday marks the celebration of Earth Day, which was founded in 1970 by Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson. Nelson was inspired in part by the anti-Vietnam war protests and wanted to inspire a similar level of activism against environmental destruction. Since then, Earth Day has become a global event that has raised awareness of many environmental issues including deforestation and global warming. In honor of Earth Day, here is a list of 17 things you and your family can do in St. Clair Shores that will help the environment and often save money in the process. 1. Bring your own bags when you go grocery shopping. 2. Have your kids make their friends’ birthday cards and bring gift in decorated paper bags or a cool reusable bag. Kids love …
Saturday, April 20, 2013
State Rep. Sarah Roberts shares an update from Lansing.
I am the state representative for the 18th District. As a result of redistricting, the 18th District comprises the cities of Eastpointe and St. Clair Shores and part of Grosse Pointe Shores. If you are unsure of the district in which you live, please visit http://house.mi.gov, where you can find the name of your representative. If you do not wish to receive this e-newsletter, please click on the unsubscribe links located at the top and bottom of this message. Dear friends, For the past several months I have spent a majority of my time in Lansing working on the state budget and bringing groups together to discuss a plan to better protect our Great Lakes. I have concerns that many of the decisions being made on where to allocate our state’s …
Sen. Bieda shares his thoughts from and updates from Lansing.
Dear Friend, I am pleased to send you the latest edition of my e-Newsletter. This e-Newsletter is a money-saving way for me to communicate with you and keep you informed about legislative activities. Below you will find information on upcoming events, legislation that has recently been passed by the Senate, as well as other news and updates. Please feel free to distribute this information to others and contact my office with ideas about what we can do to better serve you. Communication with you is extremely important to me as I consider issues before the Michigan Senate. Thank you for allowing me to serve you in the Michigan Senate. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact my office. #MI2020 …