2015 “Guardians of Nature” Benefit for the Loma Prieta Chapter
Saturday, October 17th
Garden House at Shoup Park
400 University Avenue, Los Altos, CA 94022
Scrumptious Food, Live Music, Silent Auction
Our inspiring speaker is Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune, our leader for the past five years. Michael has dedicated over two decades of his life fighting for a healthy planet. Under his leadership, Sierra Club has grown to more than two million supporters, and its Beyond Coal campaign has been recognized as one of the most effective in environmental history. In 2014 he led Sierra Club at the People’s Climate March, the largest worldwide protest against climate disruption. He is also the first Sierra Club executive director to be arrested for civil disobedience. He was arrested while protesting Keystone XL Pipeline at the White House in 2013.
Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian will guide the afternoon as our Master of Ceremonies.
$100 - if purchased before October 17th
$150 - at the door
Can't go but want to support us?
Honorary Host Committee:
Nora Campos, California State Assemblymember | Barry Chang, Cupertino City Councilmember | Jose Esteves, Milpitas City Mayor | Marsha Grilli, Milpitas City Councilmember | Glenn Hendricks, Sunnyvale City Councilmember | Mike Honda, United States Congressman | Zoe Lofgren, United States Congresswoman | Kevin Mullin, California State Assembly Speaker pro Tempore | Dave Pine, San Mateo County Supervisor | Jackie Speier, United States Congresswoman | Mark Stone, California State Assemblymember |
Steelhead Trout Champion ($1,000+) :
Gary Kremen | Kyrie Robinson
Ridgway's Rail Conservator ($500+):
Anonymous (x2) | Julia Bott | Ginny Laibl | David Poeschel | Jamie and Charles Schafer |
John Cordes, Kit Gordon, Kay Bushnell, Barbara Kelsey,
Joyce Wright, Mary Louise Boyd and Justyna Guterman
Questions about the event: Barbara Kelsey (Barbara.Kelsey@sierraclub.org or 650-390-8411)
To volunteer: Justyna Guterman (Justyna.Guterman@sierraclub.org or 650-390-8494)
All proceeds benefit the Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter.
Contributions support our effective political advocacy and provide our volunteer leaders with the means to protect nature locally.