New on our Victoria Chapter Page:
Check out this write-up by Victoria Chapter President, Marion Pape on our events and partnerships during 2014 & 2015.
Wicked Victoria Chapter!
Our volunteers get out there for the "Wicked Victoria" car free event in downtown Victoria.
The Wicked Victoria event was very well attended by an enthusiastic crowd with lots of kids, lots of people in costume. The BCSEA message wasn’t exactly on the Hallowe’en/harvest theme, but we were able to have a few conversations with people, and quite a few picked up our brochure. This is a demographic we need to reach at some point. The face-painting was essential for drawing people to our table. The gummy worms and carrot sticks played a role, too. The Climate Change Showdown materials would probably have interested people had they been available. This is worthy of consideration for next year, especially if we have a better developed case for support or a particular ask.
Thanks to Tom, Tim, Paul, Saria and our face painting volunteer, Diane, who was kept busy for three hours straight painting faces.
Tom Hackney and Saria Andrew.
Thank you Diane White, Face Painter extraordinaire for getting families to stop by our booth!
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Terri Dance-Bennink of our partner, the Dogwood Initiative, handed out hundreds of flyers at the Moss St. Paint-in.
Blower Door Project
Borrow the Victoria Chapter ‘blower door’ to find air leaks in exterior walls and improve the air tightness and energy efficiency of existing homes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blower_door).
Times Colonist 10k run team
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