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Credit:  John Droz | Community Bulletin Board | Beaufort Observer | November 05, 2014 | www.beaufortobserver.net ~~

Chowan County citizens are sponsoring a FREE wind energy education get-together, on Saturday, November 22, from 9 AM to noon. The location is the First Presbyterian Church meeting room (200 South Moseley Street, Edenton, NC).

The award winning, feature-length movie, Windfall, will be shown. This movie was a Grand Prize Winner at the New York City Independent Film festival. It also received rave reviews from renowned movie critic Roger Ebert, the New York Times (a “Critics Pick”), and the Wall Street Journal – among many others.

Following the film, there will be a Q&A, hosted by environmentalist and independent energy expert John Droz. John is a physicist who lives in Morehead City. He led the successful education campaign in Carteret County for the wind project recently proposed there (also on Weyerhaeuser land).

This event is open to the public but Chowan, Perquimans, and Tyrrell county citizens are particularly urged to attend. For any questions about this meeting, please call the organizer, Peter Lolkema: (252) 337-5855. .

Source:  John Droz | Community Bulletin Board | Beaufort Observer | November 05, 2014 | www.beaufortobserver.net

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