Monthly Archives: March 2016

Earth in April

April is where you’ll find Earth Day. Actually, there are environmentally-focused events taking place all month long… inflation being what it is, April would seem to have become “Earth Month.” Not that there’s anything wrong with that. What are you … Continue reading

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Tempus Fugit

For those people and organizations that received Year 2 funding, it’s time to give a little feedback. It’s a fairly painless process, most everybody has already sent in the info, and because it’s a 4-times-a-year thing now, it’s a lot … Continue reading

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Save the Date

The EECOI is holding it’s 2nd quarter general meeting at Engine House #9 on April 28th, from 4-7pm. (Our pattern this year calls for alternating business-style and more social meetings and this one is scheduled to be one of the … Continue reading

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Thursday Morning Hank

“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” Henry Adams

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Money, money, money

The Finance subcommittee is still looking for a couple members. If you are interested in identifying possible grant sources, working with other committee members to secure funding from new places for the EECOI’s expanding programs. It’s a relatively painless position, … Continue reading

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Science and Advocacy

Is science value-free? Put another way, does taking a scientific approach preclude any talk of values? Is science simply a search for facts and verifiable results, completely separate from any value-driven discussion about what those results might mean for our … Continue reading

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Directions

“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you.” That’s a paraphrase, I’m sure, but it’s one of those little nuggets of wisdom that are strewn around Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, disguised as jokes or mere … Continue reading

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