They simply adjusted
and moved their tables, information booths and BarBQ indoors to the Student
Mall. Congratulations to Mel Lefebvre and her team on another successful
Earth Day! Thank you, as well, to V.I.S.A. for lending a helping hand
during the campus cleanup and tree planting. We invite you now to see
photos taken on that day.
students gather to help bring environmental awareness on campus.
(left to right) Mel Lefebvre, Emile Stewart, Helen Garland and Tammy Briere
Cleanup Crew: Members of S.H.A.D.E and other ecotech students.
organizer Mel Lefebvre (right) embraces her friend Oussayma Canbarleh
looking at both of her hands, had obviously been visiting the Bake Sale
Emilie Stewart and Janna S. light up the mall with their infectious smiles.
teacher Guy Quinn (left) mans a booth enlightening passers-by on the subject
of water conservation. Vanier security guard Simon Boufers looks on approvingly.
three photos: Nick Cotter and Gregory Rand of the Earth Lodge Club demonstrate
native wilderness skills by showing the proper technique for starting
a fire using a "Bow Drill"
to the efforts of the environment group S.H.A.D.E. and Student Services,
College adopted the above pictured cheetah cub and mother. See the certificate
official adoption certificate from the Cheetah Conservation Fund
organizer, Mel Lefebvre posts the sign announcing their great BBQ meal
Dang (right) demonstrates environmentally friendly lighting solutions.
Wong (left) of the health food store Ki, Nature et Santé,
manned a booth describing his store's many products.
Van Gulick (left) of the Ecomuseum gave a hands-on demonstration of various
two photos: The band Breathing Room provided musical
entertainment for the day.
Haughes (right), Éco-Quartier
representative and president
of "Valorizareurs Écologiques" provided information on
man the Craft Sale table. All crafts were made by the volunteers.
From left to right: Janet Butcher, Jason Brunetti, Catherine Murphy and
Ecotech student volunteers: Daniel Fournier, Tammy Briere and Jann S.
Lefebvre (left) and Danny Gauvin prepare to plant a tree.
TO THE ORGANIZERS FOR ALL THEIR HARD WORK.
SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!
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