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More details in March newsletter
Amos White to speak on Climate Change
Join us on Saturday March 14, 11:30 am to hear Amos White, co-founder of 100,000 Trees for Humanity in Alameda, speak about how we can all make a difference in combating climate change. Amos is also the Vice Chairperson of the Climate Emergency Mobilization Task Force of the Community Action for Sustainable Alameda (CASA) www.climateemergencymobilization.com and serves as Chairperson of the Climate Emergency Mobilization Committee. Amos, an excellent speaker, is well known for his poetry and his tireless community advocacy. Invite your spouses and friends! After no January luncheon, sandwiches and salads in the fall, and dainty tea sandwiches in December, now is the time for a real meal! A Grand Buffet luncheon feast at Speisekammer German Restaurant, 2424 Lincoln Ave, Alameda can serve as your main meal of the day, and there should be plenty of leftovers to take home! Enjoy all of your favorites: Bite-sized potato pancakes with applesauce, German Salads (cucumber, red beet, cabbage and carrot), Schweinebraten/Roasted Pork in Beer Sauce, Herb Chicken in White Wine Butter Sauce, Cheese Spatzle with caramelized onions and cheese (Vegetarian), Sauerkraut, Mashed Potatoes, Apple Strudel; tea and coffee. Send your check for $40.00, payable to “AAUW-Alameda Branch,” to Penny Washbourn. With questions, call Penny at 510-748-7455.