"Save Trestles" Campaign Honored at Awards Ceremony
Orange County League of Conservation Voters, which bills itself as the "political arm" of Orange County's environmental movement, will recognize those who helped "Save Trestles" from a noxious toll-road extension at the nonprofit, non-partisan OCLCV's 10th anniversary Awards Dinner Thursday.
Specifically, the recipients and the awards to be doled out include:
-Elizabeth Lambe, Special Recognition for Environmental Excellence
-Jerry Collamer, Environmental Activist Leader of the Year
-Huntington Beach Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center, Environmental Non-Profit of the Year
-Nancy Donaven, Special Lifetime Environmental Achievement Award
-Surf Industry Manufacturers Association (SIMA), Environmental Business of the Year
The event runs from 6 to 8:45 p.m. in the University Club on the UCI campus, 801 E. Peltason Drive, Irvine. Since RSVP's were due May 7, the late cost to attend is $90, but you can become a member of the OCLCV by simply adding another $15 per person or $25 per family to the check you write out for the dinner. Call president Kathleen Shanfield at (714) 270-1096 for more dinner or membership details, or email her here.
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