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KEYNOTE ADDRESS IS FULL

Some Workshop Space is Still Available

January 29, 2007

LIBERTY – Registration is full for the morning keynote address by Seattle-based author and activist Paul Loeb at the Sullivan Renaissance Conference and Expo on Saturday, February 3 at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, NY.  Individuals should call to inquire about space availability for afternoon workshops.

 

“Soul to Solar” includes exhibits and workshops on main street lighting, solar energy, green resources and student involvement.  It will feature recycling and composting.  The conference and expo will bloom with spring flowers, inspiration, “Sullivan First Achievement Awards,” tools and resources that make a difference in the community. 

 

Sullivan Renaissance 2007 grant applications will be available in the afternoon.

 

Refreshments will be served by culinary students from the Delaware Valley Job Corps Center in Callicoon.  The conference will feature recycling and composting.

 

For workshop inquiries call Sullivan Renaissance office at 845-295-2445.

 

Sullivan Renaissance provides communities with seed money to compete in a beautification contest, while building a sense of pride and spirit in the community.  Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development program principally funded by the Beaverkill Foundation and the Gerry Foundation.  For more information, call 845-295-2445.