The Board of Directors of the Conserver Society wish to extend good wishes for health and safety during this pandemic and always. Our Annual General Meeting occurs every Spring and this year, respecting our need to honour physical distance, our meeting will be one of the virtual kind, held via e-mail or video conference. The date and time will be provided to those interested. If you, as a member of the Society, wish to contribute please e-mail me, Christine, at email@example.com The Financial Statements and reports of the year’s partnership in projects will be available upon request. On behalf of the Board of Directors, Christine Brown Membership Secretary
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Putting Hamilton in the Black by Going Green with Dave Braden Monday, April 30th, 2018 in the Hamilton Public Library Central Branch, Jackson Square at 6:30 Short business meeting followed by Environment Hamilton’s AGM business meeting at 7:00 and our speaker Please join us for an engaging topic Refreshments included
Annual General Meeting: The SoBi Story Join us at the Annual General Meeting to learn about how the Hamilton’s Bike Share System began and it’s development to the present; a brief history of Barton Street and tour of the GALA Alleyway Project supported by the Board of the Conserver Society in partnership with Green Venture. Be brought up-to-date on what the Board of the Conserver Society is doing through it’s partnerships with others. Guest speaker: Sean Burak presents on the Hamilton’s Bike Share System, SoBi Hamilton Thursday May 12, 2012 : The Barton Eatery & Exchange, 541 Barton St. E. Hamilton 7:00 – Gather at The Barton Eatery and Exchange for brief History of Barton Street and tour of the GALA Alleyway Project 7:30 – Doors open for the Conserver Society AGM, complementary snacks and beverages 8:00 – Special presentation on Hamilton’s SoBi Story presented by Sean Burak Bring a friend! Non-members welcome
Ed Smee Conserver Society Environmental Fund 2016 Funding Round The Ed Smee Environmental Fund is now inviting community groups with small projects focused on education, research, or advocacy aimed at protecting the natural environment in Hamilton and Burlington to submit letters of intent. For more information on the Ed Smee Environmental Fund, please visit our website: www.conserversociety.ca/funds/ed-smee-fund/ Send an email briefly describing your project to ascertain its eligibility for a grant (maximum 350 words). Send email notices-of-interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, email, and phone number in the email body. Notices of Interest will be received until November 30, 2015. If your Notice of Interest is accepted by the Committee, you will be invited to submit an application. Applications will be due by January 31, 2016 and funding will be awarded in February 2016. Requests of up to $3,000 will be considered.
Annual General Meeting: State of the Air Report Learn about air quality, enjoy free refreshments and snacks, and stay for the Irish music jam! Guest speaker Denis Corr presents the history and present state of air quality in Hamilton, touching on school outreach, mapping, electric cars, and what the future holds. Tuesday March 31, 2015 The Corktown Pub, 175 Young St, Hamilton 6:30pm – Doors open, complimentary snacks and beverages 7:00pm – Conserver Society AGM: Activities and financial reports 7:30 – Guest speaker Denis Corr 8:30 – Entertainment, Irish music jam Bring a friend! Non-members welcome.