Missouri Valley Group Carving by early settlers
along Steamboat Trace,
Nemaha County, Nebraska
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Events

Media Committee Meeting

TBA

Location:
Whole Foods Market - Dining Area

10020 Regency Cir
Omaha, NE 68114-3732
For Map: www.wholefoodsmarket.com

For More Info:
Email: Albert Lierz, at albert_lierz@yahoo.com Or 402-453-2933

Membership Committee Meeting

Saturday, Jan. 23rd., 11:00 a.m.

Location:
Whole Foods Market - Dining Area

10020 Regency Cir
Omaha, NE 68114-3732
For Map:www.wholefoodsmarket.com

For More Info:
Email: Albert Lierz, at albert_lierz@yahoo.com Or 402-453-2933

MVG Executive Committee Meeting
Monday. Feb. 1st, .at 7 p.m.  

Office of Attorney Michael McClelland

503 S 36 St.(Historical Mary Reed House)

The Executive Committee Meeting agenda includes updates and planning of MVG business and discussion of local environmental issues. All members are invited to attend.
For more info: contact Steve Andrews at (402) 933-3059 or steve.andrews@nebraska.sierraclub.org.

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Adams Park Cross Country Ski Outing

MVG Outings: February 13th, 2010

Adams Park is a Nature Center in South Dakota that maintains groomed cross country ski trails for use by the public. Ski rentals are available at the park for $5.00 per day. Ms. Renee Begnoche, a talented nature photographer, has agreed to co-lead this outing with Bob Goetschkes. She will reserve and pick up cross country ski equipment for you, if needed and if contacted before February 8th at begturtle@yahoo.com .

Please RSVP to bobbygoetschkes@hotmail.com or 402-614-4788 with your name, phone number, and email address. It is requested that a $1 donation be made to the Outings Program in order to support the ongoing training of Outings Leaders.

MVG Monthly Community Education Program

Building Sustainable Communities

January Sierra Club Program - Thurs. Jan. 28, 7 p.m.
First United Methodist Church, 69th & Cass Streets
(Enter north door education wing)

Join the Sierra Club as we explore some of the ways our community is becoming more energy efficient and sustainable. We’ll be hearing from three speakers who will share their insights into how to create sustainability at the campus, city, and state level: Kristi Wamstad-Evans, Omaha’s Sustainability Coordinator, Daniel Lawse, Metro Community College’s Coordinator of Sustainable Practices, and Ken Winston, NE Sierra Club lobbyist.

Sierra Club programs are free and open to the public. For more information contact Mary at mary.green@nebraska.sierraclub.org, or at (402)556-1830.