With eyes wide open we build safe and nurturing communities. Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest and most effective crime prevention programs in the country, bringing citizens together with law enforcement to deter crime and make communities safer.
Next Neighborhood Watch in Toledo:
Tuesday, September 17, 5:30pm at the Public Safety and Police Bldg.
Adjacent to JC Thriftway Market, on Business Hwy. 20
Contact: Deanne Dunlap, (541) 336-1315
Juniper Group Sierra Club September 2019 Newsletter
Welcome All—Members, Transfers, New Members, and Friends
Climate Change is not a problem for multilateralism, Climate Change is a problem for us all. The race is on. It’s a race we can win. It’s a race we must win. ~ UN Secretary-General António Guterres, host of the UN 2019 Climate Action Summit, Sept. 23
408.88ppm = Sept. 11, 2019, atmospheric CO2 concentration at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii
385.11ppm = Sept. 12, 2009, atmospheric CO2 concentration ten years ago
— Wednesday, Sept. 18 – Program: Newberry Volcano: Our Backyard Giant
— Friday, Sept. 20 – Global Climate Strike – 4-6pm, Gather at Peace Corner
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— Monday, Sept. 23 – Campaign Finance Reform Forum, 7pm
— Wednesday, Oct. 16 – Program: David Suzuki on Climate: The Future Trajectory
— Wednesday, Nov. 20 – Program: BeaverWorks Oregon
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— Executive Committee candidate – Fall is election time! (see below)
— Welcoming people on a Program night (third Wednesdays)
— Bring a Snack to Program night ($ reimbursed)
— Program Night – help setup and/or cleanup, speaker ideas
— A/V tech – help us set-up tech connections for program night
— Membership Chair – email us to learn more (listed above)
— Website – updates, content, enhancement
— Political Committee – the importance of 2020 elections cannot be over stated
The focus of our newsletter is often on the Climate Crisis, with a mission to inform readers, to spur activism, and to generate a sense of community among we who care about our Blue Planet: the perfection of Nature, Wildlife, Wildlands, Oceans, old growth Forests, Climate Equity, the Future for loved ones, the immorality of the annihilation of countless species slipping away because they’re unable to adapt to the effuse of fossil fuels and human consumption.
2:18pm – Surf rescue off SW 51st, straight out from Mo’s Restaurant.
A traffic crash is reported at Highway 101 just south of Southeast 123rd. Extent of injuries not yet reported
Power is being restored to coastal Lincoln County areas that saw coffee pots take a nap starting at 9:17am. Hopefully everybody will be back up pretty quick.
After a Power Outage
- Throw away any food that has been exposed to temperatures 40° F or higher for two hours or more, especially those that have an unusual odor, color or texture. When in doubt, throw it out!
- If food in the freezer is colder than 40° F and has ice crystals on it, it can be refrozen.
- Restock your emergency kit with fresh batteries, canned foods and other supplies.