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Dallas Sierra Club Calendar

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First Quarter Moon

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»Big Bend National Park Bus Trip
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»Big Bend National Park Bus Trip
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»Big Bend National Park Bus Trip
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»Big Bend National Park Bus Trip
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Full Moon

»Big Bend National Park Bus Trip
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»Dallas Sierra Club General Meeting
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Last Quarter Moon

»Backpacking 101 Class - Great Valentine Gift!
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»Protest Insurance of Polluting IndustriesProtest Insurance of Polluting IndustriesLiberty Mutual Demonstration on Feb 18 9:30AM: Finally, we're looking to recruit people to a public demonstration at the Liberty Mutual Insurance building in Plano, TX on February 18 at 9:30 AM. One of the company's subsidiaries, called Liberty County Mutual, is holding their Annual Meeting of Members at the building at 10 AM. We are working to highlight the fact that Liberty Mutual Insurance and their companies are insuring and investing in fossil fuel projects that are fueling climate change! They have over $9 billion tied up in fossil fuel investments from fracking, coal, and other dirty fuels. Texas Campaign for the Environment staff and allies will hold a demonstration outside the company building just before their annual meeting to get the attention of employees and the media. We are encouraging Liberty Mutual policyholders who have invitations to the meeting to raise questions and concerns inside the building. We will have several Statue of Liberty costumes, signs, and a large banner for demonstrators. Anyone interested in joining should RSVP with Corey Troiani corey@texasenvironment.org and let us know how you want to help! (Be sure and let us know if you received an official invite to the meeting or you have an insurance policy with Liberty Mutual) Liberty Mutual Insurance 7900 Windrose Ave Plano, TX 75024 (Street corner of Headquarters Dr and Windrose Ave) February 18, 9:30AM-10:45AM
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»Suburban Walk: Oak Point and Bob Woodruff Parks, Plano city parks.Suburban Walk: Oak Point and Bob Woodruff Parks, Plano city parks.Join me for a late winter walk between Oak Point and Bob Woodruff Parks in Plano. We will walk on both the natural surface trails and the paved paths. Who knows what we will see on a winters morning? Our destination is the old burr oak tree which was recognized by the Arboriculture Society as being alive at the time the U.S. Constitution was signed. The walk will be between 6.5 and 8 miles. We will start at 8:00 am and be back to the cars no later than 2:00 pm. Dress for the weather (layers), bring a liter of water, and a snack. There are bathrooms at both the beginning and at the turnaround points of the walk. Limit 10 people.   
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