Friday, September 11, 2009

Green Fair at Irvington High School September 19th

Irvington High School students will host a Green Fair on Saturday September 19th from Noon-5PM.  A wide range of businesses, government agencies and non-profit organizations will be on hand to share examples of their work to promote resource conservation and sustainable practices.  Bicycle tune-ups will be available and participants are encouraged to bring old sneakers, used printer cartridges, and e-waste for recycling.  For more information about the fair, click here:


Participants (age 6 and up) may wish to join the Coastal Clean-up effort on Irvington Creek, adjacent to the school, before the fair on the morning of the 19th.  For more information on joining the Coastal Clean-up project (pre-registration required), click here:


Last year, Irvington High School was recognized as “America’s Greenest School” in a competition sponsored by IC Bus Company.  Student leaders are working hard to live up to the reputation! 


Nate Ivy


Service-Learning Lead CalServe Region 4 |

Service-Learning Waste Reduction Project |


Alameda County Office of Education

313 W. Winton Ave., Room 220

Hayward, CA 94544-1198

Ph: 510.670.4283

Fax: 510.670.4578


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