Seventh Generation Supper and Annual Meeting
Tuesday, January 28, 5:45 pm
Anacortes Senior Center
January's community supper meeting will also include our annual meeting. Please see further down for details.
Evening presentation: Localizing Food: City Goats and Urban Agriculture
Jennie Grant and Phyllis Shulman will share how Seattle came to legalize backyard goats.
They'll talk about the basics of urban goat-keeping along with the history of farm animals in cities,
strategies cities can use to use to bring them back, and pathways to creating healthy communities.
Jennie Grant is the author of City Goats, the Goat Justice League Guide to Backyard Goat Keeping. (Books will be on sale)
Phyllis Shulman crafted the Seattle Local Food Action Initiative, and assists communities across the country to strengthen their local food systems.
This community supper is open to all, and welcome! No reservations necessary.
Doors open at 5:45 pm; dinner is served at 6 pm (don't forget your dinnerware:-).
Suggested supper donation: $5/adult, $3/children 10 and under.
Supper will be followed by a sharing time and short annual meeting.
Standing for Board re-election are Evelyn Adams, Bud Anderson, Richard Bergner, Sylvia Cooper, Carolyn Gastellum, Ron Larson, and Eric Shen.
Standing for election are: Heather Burke, Sommer Carter, and Laurie Racicot
Nominations will also be taken from the floor
Change in Bylaws
Article XI: "The dues of the organization shall be $10 (change to $20 individual/$30 family) per annum and shall be payable by March each year."
Members who have paid their 2013 dues are eligible to vote at the annual meeting.
Not a member? Join us! We'll gratefully take your membership dues at the annual meeting. TF&F is still an all-volunteer organization and has done an awful lot with very little so far. But as we evolve and takes on more projects to help prepare our community for a challenging future,
we need funds to help move us toward our goals. Please give if you can!
Transition Fidalgo & Friends works to grow a more resilient community with a reduced reliance on fossil fuels.
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