Community Briefs: Rifle Seventh Day Adventist Church to host free vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner
RSVP for free community vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner
Rifle Seventh Day Adventist Church will host a free community vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner Sunday, Nov. 15.
The dinner, prepared by women who know how to cook vegetarian, will take place at the church, 0086 Village Drive, near Rifle Village South. Attendees must RSVP by noon Friday, Nov. 13. To register or receive more information, call Elaine Cloninger at 970-361-1326 or 970-625-0278.
Garfield Clean Energy hosts roundtable for wastewater plant operators
Garfield Clean Energy will host the third annual Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators’ Roundtable.
The free meeting and plant tour is an opportunity for operators throughout the region to discuss plant operations and potential energy savings.
The two-hour roundtable and tour will start at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at the New Castle Community Center, 423 W. Main St., New Castle. Refreshments will be provided.
Energy consultant Matt Shmigelsky of CLEER will lead a discussion on how wastewater plants in the region are optimizing operations to achieve valuable energy savings. The roundtable setting gives all operators a chance to share their experiences, questions and knowledge.
The meeting will end with a tour of the New Castle plant led by Plant Technician Daniel Becker.
All wastewater plant operators in the region are invited to attend.
To register online for the free roundtable, visit 2015-wwtp-roundtable.eventbrite.com
For more information, call CLEER at 970-704-9200.
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