Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 04:00 PM · 3 rsvpsWeatherization Party @ Moss Home in Highland Park, MI
We will be hosting Weatherization Parties this season & everyone is invited to attend!
We're grateful to bring this series to the community with the help and support of our partner Ecoworks. Our Energy Smart Weatherization sessions empower people to take control of their utility bills to save energy, water, and money. All trainings do not just educate – they provide the knowledge, motivation, and tools for attendees to take action and lower their utility bills.
Please note: These sessions are NOT income qualified. Additionally EcoWorks will provide information to attendees about additional energy saving programs available for income-qualified residents, anyone can attend!
Weatherization Party @ Lisa & Brian's Home
Saturday, February 22nd at 4-7pm
Location: 206 Moss St. Highland Park to RSVP Text GES222 to 313.349.1063SIGN UP & GET ON THE SCHEDULE! Click HereFor more information on the program please contact:
Gibran Washington | 313-894-1030 ext 122 | email@example.com
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