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Friday, October 5, 2012

Learn About How Co-Ops Work -Next Transition Town Millbrook Meeting

Transition Cavan Monaghan Announces. Special Co-Op Speakers

Thursday, October 11th, Transition Cavan Monaghan will hosta public meeting in the Dorothy Stevens Room, The Old Millbrook School, 1 Dufferin Street, Millbrook from 6:30 pm. to 8:30 pm. This meeting will feature a special presentation by Daniel Bida which will enable attendees to learn more about how co-ops work.

Millbrook Power Co-Op Presentation Features Zoo Biogas Co-op Founder!

Presentation by Daniel Bida, a founding member of Transition Toronto and a certified Transition Trainer. Daniel's day job and passion is as a biogas consultant. He is a founding member of ZooShare Biogas Co-Operative Inc. starting up a biogas plant at the Toronto Zoo. Daniel will talk about his experiences and walk attendees through the process of setting up a co-op Following the presentation there will be a  Refreshment break and  discussion facilitated by Fred Irwin.
Everyone Welcome. $5 or pay what you can.

Please let them  know you are coming, contact:
Ian McQuanie at 705-932-2850 or ian@millbrookbears.com
Anca Pascalau at 705 -932- 5991 or ancap9@gmail.com

If you would like to join their start up Steering Committee please contact any one of the following:
Ian McQuarrie, Julie Olsen, Anca Pascalau, Eric Wilson, Catherine Kaye,
Fred Irwin or Joan Michaels

Transition Cavan Monaghan
Relocalize Reskill Resilience
www.transitiontowns.org

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