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Program on wind energy issues to be held tomorrow  


Juniata Valley Audubon will host a presentation titled “Wind Energy Development in the Appalachians: Promises and Problems” on Tuesday evening, Sept. 19.

Dan Boone, a conservation biologist and wind energy policy expert, is scheduled to speak about the issues associated with wind energy development.

The program will begin at 7 p.m. in the chapel at Alto-Reste Park, on Plank Road, Altoona opposite Wal-Mart. Take the Plank Road exit of Interstate Rt. 99 (Exit 31) and go south toward Wal-Mart. The chapel is on the right, opposite Wal-Mart. As you enter the parking lot, the meeting room is in the building on the left.

Audubon programs are presented on the third Tuesday of the month, September through May, except for December and April. The programs, designed for a general audience, are free and open to the public.

For information, contact Stan Kotala at 946-8840 ccwiba@keyconn.net

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