Ubuntu Green is currently looking for two new dynamic board members. If you orsomeone you know may be interested, please contact Charles Mason, Jr. at 916-660-0671 or via email at email@example.com.
In September 2009, Ubuntu Green launched the 1
Annual Green Oak Park! Event.This free event was hosted by the Oak Park United Methodist Church and educatedcommunity members on how to live green and healthy lifestyles. On September 10,2010 we will host Green Oak Park! 2010 that will expand on the 2009 event toinclude more fresh and healthy food, interactive activities for all ages, prominentspeakers and a green job and education fair.If you would like to become a sponsor and or partner for the 2010 event, pleasecontact us firstname.lastname@example.org via phone at (916) 660-0671. Additionalinformation can be obtained on our websitehttps://www.ubuntugreen.org/Green_Oak_Park_.html.Thank you to our recently confirmed 2010 sponsors and partners: Oak Park UnitedMethodist Church, the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-Op and the Sacramento TreeFoundation.
Earlier this year, the California Endowment awarded funding to 14 communities overten years as part of their Building Healthy Communities program. This effort wasdesigned to infuse at least $10 million into each community to bring about systemicchange.South Sacramento was chosen by the Endowment as one of the target communities.The area includes all of Oak Park, Fruitridge Manor, Elder Creek, and parts of CurtisPark, Tahoe Park and both incorporated and unincorporated areas of SouthSacramento.A meeting of residents in the community to discuss collaborative priorities andoutreach will occur January 3, 2010 at the Stockton Resource Center, 3653 3rdAvenue, Sacramento, CA from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. This meetingis open to thepublic. For additional information, please contact Charles Mason, Jr. at 916-669-0671 or via email email@example.com.The monthly SBHC steering committee meeting will occur January 4, 2010 from6:00 p.m. ± 8:00 p.m. at the Boys and Girls Club, Lemon Hill, 5212 Lemon HillAvenue, Sacramento, CA. Meetings are open to the public. A light dinner will beserved.To link to the Sacramento Building Healthy Communities website, please go to CalConnect athttp://www.calendow.org/calconnect/sacramento/groupprofile.aspx?id=120
annual New Partners in Smart Growth Conference will occur February 3-6,2010 in Seattle, WA. The event brings together leaders from across the country todemonstrate solutions to cutting greenhouse gas emissions by reducing ourdependence on foreign oil, creating a green economy, and building more livable,walkable, and healthier communities.This even is presented by the LocalGovernment Commission.