Wednesday, April 16, 2008

A New Adventure

Good Morning Neighbor:

I am so excited to greet you this morning.  I have so looked forward to this day when I could share with you about the Environmental Institute of Georgia - a vision that has been in the works for many months now.  As we have always known, good will always reign supreme and this Institute is born out of the goodness of many, many hearts that want to make a difference in our world.  The enclosed article really says it all and I hope that you will join EIOG in the days and months ahead as you learn more and more about the great things it brings to not only our local community but to the State of Georgia.  

Also, if you are out and about this weekend, make an effort to stop by the Earth Day Celebration in Tyrone this Saturday.  Our Task Force will have a booth there with a special emphasis on providing our community ways to shop for pesticide free grocery items.  EIOG will also have a booth where you can sign your children up for summer biology camps and while they are at the booth look through a microscope at a lot of creepy things (too creepy for me) - as Dennis Chase says, " he will never make a biologist out of me"!!

Once again, I walk this earth today feeling so very blessed to be a part of something greater than myself and knowing that people who stand together for the higher good always, always make a difference!!!

Your neighbor,


Constance Thomas Biemiller, Chair
South Fulton and Fayette Community Task Force

As Margaret Mead once said:

Never underestimate the power of a few committed people to change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.

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