Leadership Evergreen Class of 2020 Keep The Green in Evergreen Project

03 Dec 2019 19:08 #1 by LeadershipEvergreen

Our class is leading a project to bring fresh, first use, Mt. Evans drinking water to downtown and beyond. We are raising funds to get a water filling station for downtown Evergreen, and we need your help to make it happen!

To learn more about our class project, or to donate, please visit www.gofundme.com/f/keep-the-green-in-evergreen

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Leadership Evergreen Class of 2019/2020
Thank you for helping us Keep the Green in Evergreen!

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Established in 1993, the intent of the program is to broaden community awareness, strengthen leadership skills and to cultivate career growth potential by offering programs to help you understand the dynamics of the community. Graduates of Leadership Evergreen are asked to be proactive and utilize their leadership skills to benefit the community in which they live.
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22 Jan 2020 14:57 #2 by LeadershipEvergreen
The current LE class has announced their class project: A permanent water filling station, to be installed this summer in downtown Evergreen.



The above photo represents a similar unit that will provide community patrons a way to fill their water bottles with fresh, first-use Mt. Evans drinking water.

In addition, the attached bowl at the bottom will provide water for pets. The Class must raise $25,000 for their project titled, "Keep the Green in Evergreen," to cover the installation cost and associated construction.

Consider contributing today to this worthwhile project that will minimally impact our environment, eliminate plastic waste, and make Evergreen an even better place to live, work, shop, and explore!

Make your donation at www.gofundme.com/f/keep-the-green-in-evergreen
For more information, go to www.facebook.com/LeadershipEvergreen2020

Thank you!

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