“Save the Leftovers” Launch Feb 17- Join Us!

2013 - Logo - Government By and For Millennial America
Our friends at the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network have launched an initiative designed to amplify the priorities and ideas of our generation in policy making. “Government By And For” Millennial America will be creating a Twitter conversation around the #SOTU on Tuesday using #GBAF… and are also looking for reactions to the speech! Email us if you’re interested in submitting!
Save the Leftovers Launch Brunch
6 spots left
We hope everyone is recovered from Nemo — power, back; cars and porches, shoveled out; access to the internet, restored. Please accept our apologies for the late event announcement (speaking about that power outage…) but we hope you can join us THIS SUNDAY, February 17, for our Save the Leftovers” Launch Brunch! There are only 6 spots left so RSVP now!

Come to the Haley House at 12:30PM on Sunday, February 17th, to:

  • Eat delicious brunch made by the Haley House Café
  • Learn why food waste is such a big deal (hint – it releases a green house gas 22 times worse than carbon dioxide)
  • Meet interesting people from around Boston!
  • The Haley House Café is on 12 Dade St, Roxbury – right next to the Silver Line and a short walk from the Orange Line.

Check your inboxes, our Facebook page, and our soon-to-be-launched official website for more facts and action items about our food waste initiative!

State of the Union
Friendly reminder that the State of the Union address is Tuesday, February 12 at 9pm EST. We are not hosting a Pipeline event this time but heartily encourage you to watch or listen along wherever you may be! Take special note of mentions of the Millennial generation or cultivating civic engagement. There may be a quiz.

Send us your address!
We are still collecting mailing addresses- send us yours today! Take 27.8 seconds to fill out this form and we promise it’ll all be worth it.

As always, email, Facebook, or Tweet at us any time. See you soon around the neighborhood!

Rules are not necessarily sacred; principles are.

Franklin D. Roosevelt

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