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Town of Fairfield Wins 2012 Green Coast Award: Presented 12/4 to Selectman Tetreau at The Shack, 5:30pm

First Selectman Mike Tetreau and DEEP Commissioner Esty at Fairfield Green Drinks 12/4 at 5:30pm at The Shack.

The Town of Fairfield has won the 2012 Green Coast Award for "Sustainable & Resilient Community".

Join community members at The Shack Hometown Grill for a very special Fairfield Green Drinks as we feature businesses and organizations that are creating resilient communities. First Selectman Mike Tetreau will be accepting the award for "Sustainable & Resilient Community".

DEEP Commissioner Dan Esty will also be present and receiving a Green Coast Award.

Special Features!

2012 Green Coast Awards Winners Announced!

Special Guests:

First Selectman Michael Tetreau

DEEP Commissioner Daniel Esty

 

Featuring:

GreenTowns

 GreenTowns is a network of 15,000 Sustainable Communities, connecting and

celebrating local sustainability initiatives and community resiliency in a

broad range of environmental issues: energy, recycling, food, building,

transportation,water, land & conservation and lifestyles. Learn about successful

models locally and around the country and how you, your company, your

organization and ultimately, your community, can benefit by taking action.

 

Toyota of Stamford

2012 Prius Plug - in Hybrid on Display!

 

Eco-shopping:

NYR Organic

 

Solarize Connecticut

 

Operation Hope:

As is our holiday tradition, please help us support Operation Hope and join us in stocking their shelves. Please check their list of needed items and bring what you can to Green Drinks to support this effort.

Join community members at The Shack Hometown Grill, December 4th, at 5:30pm, for a very special Fairfield Green Drinks as the 2012 Green Coast Award winners are announced.

First Selectman Mike Tetreau will receive the award and provide remarks.

DEEP Commissioner Dan Esty will also be present and providing remarks.

Socialize, network and connect with others who care about sustainability, in a friendly setting. No charge to attend. All are welcome!

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