A look back, then forward…
It’s been a busy year, and thanks to you, S3 has accomplished a lot. We’ll start the meeting by reviewing and commenting on recently completed and ongoing projects (an impressive list!):
Light Rail Opening
Columbia City Climate Co-op
Neighborhood Indicators to Action
Race, Justice and Sustainability
Then we’ll discuss how to build on our successes in implementing new projects:
Local Food Buying Group
Waste Free Holiday
Composting at Farmer's Market
Breakfast to generate ideas
Community Dinner Thursday, October 15 at the Rainier Community Center
Please help spread the word that there will be a community dinner at the Rainier Community Center this Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30. We will have roasted potatoes, greens, squash and ? If you plan to attend or have questions, contact vog.ytnuocgnik|hniv.anaid#vog.ytnuocgnik|hniv.anaid.
Energy Efficiency in Rainier Beach
Sustainable South Seattle and Rainier Beach Community Empowerment Coalition are collaborating on a project in which we feel you may be interested.
We’re looking for licensed contractors that can help with the Rainier Beach Indicators to Action Project (aka Energy Efficient Outreach Program - see attachment for details.) We would like to find someone who can dedicate about 10 volunteer hours to working with a small group of high school students in the Rainier Beach area advising them on ways to help commercial spaces identify older, inefficient lighting equipment which could be replaced with energy efficient equipment. The program will be seeking funding through Seattle City Light Smart Business Program and would like a contact/licensed contractor who has previously completed lighting jobs through their program or interested in doing so. The schedule is not quite set yet and we would be happy to work around your schedule should you feel like joining the project. Please feel free to email me directly at moc.liamg|gnik.c.etak#moc.liamg|gnik.c.etak for more details.