Moore CAN, Sept. 13, Sou. Pines

It's time for our Moore CAN members to come back together again on Sunday, September 13th from 2 - 4 at the Southern Pines Civic Club ~ 105 S. Ashe Street.
After a brief business meeting we'll welcome Guest Speaker Lyle Estill, whose two books, "Biodiesel Power" and "Small Is Possible", focus on his experience and wisdom concerning a small town in North Carolina. Unwilling to rely on government and wary of large corporations, those residents discovered possibilities for feeding, fueling, healing, and governing themselves.
All interested in sustainability, local economies, small businesses, and real foods will be inspired by success stories Lyle will share with us on Sunday, September 13th at 2:00pm!
Please bring others interested in joining your Action Team or one of the other teams or who want to learn more about Moore CAN.
Admission FREE with a $5 donation please. Stay for brainstorming & networking with teams after Lyle's presentation.
COLD STONE CREAMERY will be on hand with Ice Cream Sundaes and a variety of toppings.
Contact Debra Dee Fry
910-690-1873 (cell)

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