Stuff To Do: Decatur Earth Hour
This Saturday, March 26th at 8pm, Decatur will host a family bonfire and marshmallow roast in honor of this year's Earth Hour. Earth Hour was started in 2007 and involved 100s of countries and 1000s of people across the entire world turning off their lights for one hour to raise awareness for climate change…and also as a way to show that its possible for global coordination on such important issues.
Its a great family event to help draw awareness for energy conservation and climate change. At 8:30 they'll be a countdown to turning out lights in the square and around Decatur for 1 hour to join in this year's global effort. And Roasted Marchmallows... MMM, roasted marshmallows.
If you have questions about this event, please contact Lena Stevens, Resource Conservation Coordinator at 404-370-4102 or email@example.com
Climate change is one of the most serious challenges that the Earth is facing today! Itâ€™s the time World needs to respond...before it's too late. A big challenge needs a big approach! Therefore we should not stop at just Earh Hour. Commit to a personal action that will benefit the environment and help reduce global warming. This small contribution of yours can make big difference to save the Earth!
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