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  • 18 Sep 2018 12:00 PM | Karina Sousa (Administrator)

    On Tuesday, September 18th, we had our Club Installation! Thank you to the service of all the officers + directors for 2017-2018! You are appreciated by all!  

    Video Recap:

    • President Patrick started us off with his happy dollars and highlighted how delicious the filet was at the last luncheon. He also reflected on his term as President - congrats, Patrick! You did it while being a new dad! 
    • Rick + Shari Webster are celebrating 33 years of marriage - congrats to our dynamic Kiwanis duo! 
    • Floros had the 'Best Day of His Life' at the 8th Annual Blues Festival for the San Diego Food Bank! 
    • Jeffcoat rolled in looking fly with his shades so we all thought he was VIP but in fact he was recovering from a successful eye surgery. 
    • Judy thanked Patrick for his year and knows Krause will be a great second term as Presidente! 
    • Monica is venturing to LA to see modular flyaway designer homes that come in $100k per resident which is dramatically under affordable housing. 
    • Krause gloated in the SDSU win against Patrick's Sun Devils. He also shockingly remembered to wear his Kiwanis pin, mainly because he made Frisco wear a Kansas City pin due to a Pittsburgh loss on Sunday. We can all now refer to Krause as the "Old Block" thanks to his daughter Abigail! 
    • Bauer put in a happy $100 because he missed his birthday meeting and it's the combo of his years in Kiwanis + life - we love you, Tom! 
    • Lauren also loved the filet mignon from the meeting that everyone missed and sent her son off to college! She's also celebrating her second year with Kiwanis, thank you Lauren! 
    • Karina thanked all those who reached out to her regarding her injury! She has a potential herniated disc so is extra sassy these days! Go easy on her!

    Doug, our District Trustee, performed the Installation. Your Club Officers + Board of Directors for 2018-2019

    Club Officers 2017-2018

    • Brian Krause, President
    • Patrick Maurer, Immediate Past President
    • Judy Leitner, Vice President
    • Karina Sousa, Secretary
    • Ryan Callan, Treasurer

    Club Board of Directors

    Class of 2019 Class of 2020 Class of 2021
    David Gugerty Tom Yahner Susan Day
    Jean Roesch Monica Ball Joe Sigurdson
    Rick Webster Suzie Zlaket Peg Battersby

    The President's gave out the following awards for incredible service to our club: 

    Distinguished Service Award

    • David Jay 
    • Lauren Cook
    • Chris Pare
    • Carole Cuttita
    • Suzie Zlaket
    • Shaun McArdle

    William A. Dunlap Fellowship

    • Chuck Day
    • Brian Krause

    • Judy Leitner
    • Justin Frisco

    We have lots of exciting events on the horizon for this upcoming Kiwanis year and you'll want to be sure to register to save your seat! 

    Date

    Event

    Link

    9/22

    ECOLIFE Gala

    MORE INFO

    9/28

    LT. Gov Installation

    MORE INFO

    10/2

    Luncheon

    LUNCH RSVP

    10/9

    Evening Social

    RSVP

    10/16

    Luncheon

    LUNCH RSVP

    10/30

    Evening Service Project

    MUST SIGN UP W/SD FOOD BANK

    More information on upcoming events: 

    1st Tuesday: 10/2 - SoccerCity vs. SDSU West - $20 pre-register/$30 at the door

    SoccerCity and SDSU Mission Valley: Two approaches to the same valuable, city-owned 166 acres in Mission Valley. In many ways, the approaches are remarkably same. They both include a stadium, housing, commercial development and parkland. But in other ways, they depart significantly from each other on key land-use details.

    This November we as San Diegans will have the opportunity to decide the future of this important piece of land. Both SDSU West and Soccer City will present at our the luncheon followed by Q&A.

    2nd Tuesday: 10/9 - Evening Social @ Maverick's Pacific Beach

    Join us for our 2nd Tuesday Evening Social at Maverick's Pacific Beach! The summer never stops in San Diego, but the time the sun sets does, so let's take advantage of our last sunset while playing outdoor games! Some members will arrive as early as 4:30, others will arrive around 5, and we will stay till the 6:30/7 or until we feel like leaving! 

    3rd Tuesday: 10/16Jeff Figler: world expert on collectibles! $20 pre-register/$30 at the door

    How did Jeff get started? His mother, Millie, never threw away his baseball cards or comic books.

    INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY: As one of the only certified memorabilia appraisers in the country. Jeff will appraise any SINGLE item that Kiwanians and their guests bring to our luncheon! Be sure to pre-register! 

    5th Tuesday: 10/30 - Serve at the SD Food Bank + Social 

    Join us for our 5th Tuesday Evening Service Project at the San Diego Food Bank! We will serve in the evening shift from 6-8pm and will head to Duckfoot Brewing for a social to follow! You MUST register through the Food Bank website in order to serve! Need help? Contact Karina - karinakiwanis@gmail.com 

  • 21 Aug 2018 12:00 PM | Karina Sousa (Administrator)

    On August 21st, we packed the house at Admiral Baker for our Annual Meeting of the Foundation! We were graced with the presence of Trina from Kiwanis as well as our dear member + District Secretary, Mark McDonald! Thank you for making the trip down from Arrowhead and participating in our golf tournament! 

    Vice President, Justin Frisco, led us in our Annual Meeting. 

    We ended the meeting early to get our golfers out on the course for the perfect day of golf! Here's a video recap of the luncheon + golf social! I think I had the most fun driving around the golf cart making sure everyone stayed hydrated! I look forward to getting more golfers out there for our next golf social - ahem Jim Floros you owe us!

  • 15 Aug 2018 6:00 PM | Karina Sousa (Administrator)


    We had another successful dinner at the Ronald McDonald House on August 15th! We served the very popular Tacos y Gorditas to over 175 people! The awesome Chuck Day sponsored a fabulous musician for us to enjoy for the evening which was wonderful!! SPECIAL thanks to Suzie for her years of service as Chair of our Dinner Committee! We look forward to the amazing Webster duo taking the helm for 18-19! Thank you to Kiwanians Suzie + Dick, Rick + Shari, David Jay + his lovely daughter, Judy, Norma, Conny, Fritz + Susan, new member Betsy + Karina for volunteering!







  • 7 Aug 2018 3:21 PM | Karina Sousa (Administrator)

    We had a fabulous luncheon at Admiral Baker on August 7, 2018! Our Kiwanians were dressed in the summer finest and we were able to admire some great legs (aka Eldon)! 

    The Southeastern Club came to REPRESENT with members, Harvey, Nathan, Gordon, Woody, Beverly, Stephanie and of course the fabulous Zoneice in attendance! We LOVE their energy!  

    We had a VERY special visitor in town, Ethel Merriman, who was a previous member of our Kiwanis Club! She now lives in Iowa and we miss dearly! It was so great to have her join us at lunch! 

    A potential new member came to check us out who has a long line of Kiwanis family history! He even brought the badge his grandfather had! We hope to see David again at an upcoming luncheon! 

    The club celebrated the August birthdays - the big one being Fritz turning the big 8-0 on 8/2! We'll celebrate Norma's birthday again on the 21st because it's NORMA MONTH! 

    Karina made sure to recognize Norma at the meeting for all her tireless hours working to keep our club alive. She is the main pillar holding up this club. She has been and still is extremely instrumental in the sustainability and growth of this club. There is no way we would still be functioning today if it weren't for Norma! She is always behind the scenes and never gets the recognition and appreciation she deserves so next time you see her, give her a big hug and tell her she's awesome! 

    Gary Knight, our newest member, was inducted today and shared lots of interesting information about our current state of technology. We look forward to getting to know Gary better and helping bring more technology into our community! 

    Last but not least, we had the smart, talented + good lookin' Callan brothers present the latest financials for our Foundation! If you missed the meeting and want to view their presentation, click here! (IF you have trouble accessing and still want a copy, just email Karina - karina@sousa.com) 

    Here is a VIDEO of the meeting recap for those that like the visuals :) ;


  • 17 Jul 2018 12:06 PM | Karina Sousa (Administrator)

    Last Tuesday, July 17th, we ventured up to Escondido for our offsite luncheon at the beautiful home of Bill Toone + Sunni! We were hosted by the amazing Anne Middleton + Connor Leone from Ecolife who made a fabulous spread and gave a wonderful tour!

    This is our 2nd Annual visit with Ecolife and we look forward to the 3rd visit next summer with a special visit to their Aquaponics ranch!

    Join us at ECOLIFE Conservation’s Annual Gala on September 22nd in Mission Valley! It is an event you surely don’t want to miss!

    For more information about the incredible organization that is ECOLIFE, visit www.ecolifeconservation.org






    Club members in attendance: Danny Williams, David Jay, Judy Leitner + friend Laura Schumacher, Fritz Warmbrodt, Doug Frost, Callan Family, Shaun McArdle with daughter Nancy, David Gugerty, Tom Bauer, Charlie Coleman, Justin Frisco + Karina Sousa! 

    If you have not attended a visit with ECOLIFE be sure to join us next summer 2019 with a special visit to the Aquaponics Ranch!! 

  • 5 Jun 2018 2:00 PM | Karina Sousa (Administrator)
    On Tuesday, June 5th, we met for our 1st Tuesday luncheon! Our Gompers Preparatory Key Club came for their annual take-over. The GPA Key Club President Susan Fallas began the meeting, followed by the pledge led by Yahamel Felix, invocation from Lizzeth Serna + animated patriotic song from Victoria Orozco. Key Club Prez Fallas also updated us on all the amazing things GPA Key Club is doing! 

    In attendance from Gompers, we had Alondra Lopez (12th), Lizzeth Serna (12th), Amanda Siri (12th), Justin Xaysanasith (12th), Victoria Orozco (11th), Jazmine Quirino (11th), Susan Fallas (11th), Yahamel Felix (11th), Daliah Philpot (11th), Alejandro Garcia (11th), Senai Hagos (11th) Senait Hagos (10th). We also were happy to have the faculty advisers David Suh + Puneet Gill with us as well! 

    Our GPA Scholarship Recipients this year are: Lizzeth Serna, Alondra Lopez, Justin Xaysanasith + Amanda Siri! 

    We had two birthdays to celebrate this week ~ Ryan Callan 


    [Picture taken at the International Relief Teams house build 11/2017]

    + the first woman to be inducted into our Kiwanis Club, Zelda Ramsbothom 


    [who looks shockingly similar to Eldon Thompson] 

    Here's a video to recap parts of the luncheon:

    UPCOMING EVENTS

    Date

    Event

    Time

    Location

    Link

    Misc

    6/12

    Networking Social

    4:30-7pm

    94th Aero Squadron

    RSVP

    New this month: summer fun!

    6/19

    Club Luncheon

    12-1:30pm

    Admiral Baker

    SAVE YOUR SEAT

    ANNUAL MEETING OF THE FOUNDATION

    6/21

    RED SHOE DAY

    6:30-9:30am

    Downtown Front + A St

    REGISTER

    WE NEED VOLUNTEERS! Reply here if you can attend!

    7/3

    NO LUNCHEON

    7/10

    Networking Social

    4:30-7pm

    94th Aero Squadron

    RSVP

    Special guest speaker – come to find out!

    7/17

    OFFSITE LUNCHEON

    11:30am-1pm

    Toone’s Casa Escondido

    SAVE YOUR SEAT

    Super fun offsite luncheon hosted by Bill + Sunni Toone!

    7/26

    Play 4 Say

    5:00-7:30pm

    Liberty Station

    JOIN OUR TEAM

    More info on this event here!

    8/7

    Club Luncheon

    12-1:30pm

    Admiral Baker

    SAVE YOUR SEAT

    8/15

    Serve Dinner

    5-8:00 pm

    Ronald McDonald House

    VOLUNTEER

    Serve dinner for the fabulous families @ RMHSD!  

    8/21

    Club Luncheon + Golf Social

    12-TBD

    Admiral Baker

    MORE DETAILS TO COME!

    Save the date for a fun golf fundraiser at Admiral Baker for our Kiwanis Club! Abbreviated lunch followed by golf!



  • 15 May 2018 2:00 PM | Karina Sousa (Administrator)

    SAN DIEGO KIWANIS CLUB

    MINUTES FROM SPECIAL MEETING

    MAY 15, 2018

    12:00 Noon

    The Annual Kiwanis Club Meeting was called to order on May 15th at 12:15 p.m. at Admiral Baker. President Maurer determined that a quorum of membership was present. The matters voted on and approved were as follows: 

    President, Brian Krause
    Immediate Past President, Patrick Maurer
    Vice President, Judy Leitner
    Treasurer, Ryan Callan
    Secretary, Karina Sousa

    Board of Directors 

    2019 David Gugerty, Jean Roesch. Rick Webster

    2020 Tom Yahner, Monica Ball. Suzie Zlaket

    2021 Susan Day, Joe Sigurdson, Peg Battersby

    The meeting concluded with a great program from San Diego Therapeutic Horsemanship! San Diego Therapeutic Horsemanship, formerly San Diego Hippotherapy, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides therapeutic equine assisted services to children and adults with disabilities and special needs, and military veterans. To learn more about this great organization, visit their website
  • 3 Apr 2018 12:00 PM | Karina Sousa (Administrator)

    On April 3rd, we kicked off our annual Scholarship Luncheon at 12:00 p.m. at Admiral Baker! Art Stillwell did an amazing jobs telling us about each of our incredible scholars! We are inspired by each and every one of their achievements! 









    [FULL VIDEO PERFORMANCE ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE]

    Upcoming Announcements: 

    THIS SATURDAY - 4/7 - Meet at Best Western 7 Seas @ 7:45 AM

    This is an incredible trip to visit the organizations that we support in Tijuana. We are scheduled to visit Vida Joven (more info: https://vidajovendemexico.org/

    We will also visit with the family whose home we helped build and John Zawis, the project manager for the Fuentes Del Valle project. 

    THERE'S STILL TIME TO JOIN AND IT WILL BE A GREAT TRIP! CONTACT John Rush: john.rush@rrd.com 

    Also THIS SATURDAY - KIWANIS ONE DAY! 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM


    Please come to Stein Family Farm at 1808 F Avenue in National City.

    Invite your Key Club, Kiwins, Builder's Club, K-Kids, Aktion Club, and Circle K also!

    Want to sponsor a garden bed?  Let's donate $203 to sponsor.

    Please bring appropriate tools, gloves and wear work clothes.  Overalls are optional and earn you extra points.

    NEXT TUESDAY - APRIL 10TH - 5:00 PM - SERVE DINNER @ USO (NO EVENING SOCIAL DUE TO SERVING DINNER) 

    Please come help us serve dinner to our military service women, men and their families at USO SD on Tuesday, April 10. They are located downtown at 303 A Street, Suite 100. Time of arrival is 5:00 P.M. There should be plenty of street parking at that time.

    We begin serving at 6:00 P.M. and serve until the food runs out!! Tacos and Gorditas is the caterer and we are expecting 200 people.

    Bring your aprons...or not and bring your happy faces!

    APRIL 16TH - KIWANIS LUNCHEON - 12:00 PM - ADMIRAL BAKER

    Program details to come! 

    MAY 1ST - KIWANIS LUNCHEON - 12:00 PM - ADMIRAL BAKER 

    Program details to come! 

    MAY 5TH - CINCO DE MAYO CONCERT IN THE PARK! + EVENING SOCIAL @ PANAMA 66

    Looking for donations, volunteers, attendees, etc.! Contact Tom for more info! 

    WE WILL NOT HAVE OUR MONTHLY 2ND TUESDAY HAPPY HOUR - INSTEAD JOIN US AFTER THE CONCERT AT PANAMA 66 IN BALBOA PARK FOR SOME BEVERAGES! 

    RECAP FROM LAST YEAR - AN EVENT NOT TO MISS! 

    MAY 5TH - MIRACLE MILE OF QUARTERS - RADY CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL


    MAY 5TH - GOVERNOR'S VISIT - DINNER 


    MAY 15TH - KIWANIS LUNCHEON *ANNUAL CLUB MEETING*

    Election of officers, amendment of bylaws, and approval of last year's minutes! 

  • 16 Jan 2018 4:42 PM | Karina Sousa (Administrator)
    2018 started off as a success with our first luncheon of the new year! Tom Bauer kicked us off with a wonderful invocation. 

    followed by a patriotic song led by Darren Norton

    We had quite a few special guests that we welcomed with open arms!

    Maura from Children's Hospital of the Californias

    Guests from New Children’s Museum - Erin + Megan Guests Jim + Karen Newest member Mike Boland! Bonita Kiwanis Bonita + Chula Vista Kiwanis! Prez Maurer reflecting on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day We had lots of happy people in attendance giving some bucks for Bill!


    We presented the San Diego Food Bank with a check for $4,500 today. The CEO, our dear Jim Floros, gave us a quick update on all the incredible things going on with the Food Bank! We also presented a check to the Laurels for Leaders crew! Don't miss the Laurels for Leaders luncheon on February 21st at SDSU! Our Chairman of the Day was Carl Nettleton who introduced our speaker, Andy Carey Andy updated us on the border relations with Mexico. The program video ended up being too long to post to Youtube but if you're interested, contact karina@sousa.com! 

    Andy Carey was named Executive Director of the U.S.-Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership (BPP) in September 2008. The BPP is a binational membership organization that strengthens individuals and institutions that serve border communities so that they can achieve their individual missions in the region. BPP works to grow community philanthropy, leadership and cross-border collaboration in order to increase the human and financial capital needed to address the complex issues facing the region. Since 2008, the BPP has grown to nearly 300 institutional members from across the U.S. and Mexico, training hundreds of civic leaders and dispersing over $150,000 in technical assistance. Additionally BPP has engaged numerous national and international agencies to educate them about the actual realities and assets of the border region. He also serves as Adjunct Faculty member in the University of San Diego’s School on Leadership and Education Sciences, where he teaches a graduate level course in binational nonprofit management. Prior to joining the BPP, Andy served for 15 years at Kiwanis International. Andy served as a member of the Executive Management Team, and was responsible for leading growth initiatives throughout the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe, and the South Pacific and led Kiwanis’ Worldwide Service Project initiative in Latin America to virtually eliminate Iodine Deficiency Disorders. He completed his baccalaureate degree in Political Science and Foreign Language, and his master’s degree in Latin American Studies at Purdue University. Andy is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. In his community, Andy was appointed Commissioner of the Independent Districting Commission to form electoral districts to elect City Council representatives in Escondido, CA. Andy also serves on the advisory board of St. Mary Catholic School.

    More information on the Border Philanthropy Partnership here! 

    Upcoming Events

    THIS FRIDAY – January 19th2018 Drive Out Hunger Golf Classic at Camp Pendleton! Spaces still available!

    January 27th – Boys to Men – 1 Wave Challenge & Beach Run – looking for participants!

    January 30th – Kiwanis Night Out – Location TBD (Looking to confirm a visit to our 2017 CWIP Recipient – New Children’s Museum – Community Gallery – More info to come!)

    January 31st – Club + Foundation Board Meetings – 7am (Club) / 8am (Foundation) – Burn Institute

    February 3rd – Burn Institute – Burn Run/Walk 5k– looking for participants!

    February 6th – Club Luncheon – Rob Hutsel, President/CEO of SD River Park Foundation will talk about Foundation's new facility along river in Mission Valley (CWIP GRANT recipient)

    February 13th – Networking Social: SPEED NETWORKING – Location TBD (Interested? Reply to this email)

    February  14thInterclub: Harbor – 12:10 pm – Waffle House (2323 Midway)

    February 21st – LAURELS FOR LEADERS – 11:30 am – Conrad Prebys – REGISTER ONLINE!

    More information on all of these events listed on our KIWANIS EVENTS PAGE


  • 5 Dec 2017 2:29 PM | Karina Sousa (Administrator)

    We had a PACKED house at our Kiwanis luncheon on December 5th at our new location, Admiral Baker with 42 in attendance!  The power went out half way through the luncheon but that didn't slow us down! 

    Art Stillwell started us off with a invocation on the Golden Rule and led us in the song, You're A Grand Ol' Flag. 

    We knocked out our Special Meeting of the Membership. We confirmed we had a quorum of voting membership in good standing. We approved our minutes from our Annual Meeting of General Membership on September 19th. We elected our new 2nd Vice President, Fritz Warmbrodt and we elected Drue Jordan to serve in our Class of 2018 Club Board of Directors (to fill the vacancy for Brian Krause who is now VP). 

    Bill's Bucks

    Judy Lietner came back from San Francisco for a clean energy conference and had a great time!  

    Tom Bauer - reminded us there's only 5 more weeks until LAURELS FOR LEADERS - website up and running - laurelsforleaders.org

    Joe Sigurdson - 60 boys to men weekend - spent saturday working with adaptive surf community - had competition in la jolla shores - complimented on working with the challenged athletes

    Fritz Warmbrodt - salads are wonderful but wants our Prez to negotiate forgetting a salad and going for dessert instead! 

    Jim Floros - 2 meetings in a row, he gets to see his twin brother, Eldon Floros

    Suzie Zlaket - happy to say that Monarch School had their volunteer appreciation event and our Club Foundation was awarded Community Partner for 2017! Suzie thanked her loyal committee - especially Judy who got us involved with Monarch over 17 years ago. We started with only 50 and now we are up to 200! The Dinner Committee will be serving over 600 people through August 2018! 

    Ryan Callan - gave us a recap about the awesome experience he had at the house build with his boys! Who ended up on the roof at one point, which Heidi Callan was SUPER thrilled about! ;) He thanks the SD Kiwanis Club Foundation for their financial support of the International Relief Teams. They crossed the boarder at 7am and 12 hours later, they had build a beautiful home for a single mom living with 2 little kids! Great work team! 

    Shaun McArdle - thankful for being able to ring the bells with the Salvation Army! He commented that they put on QUITE the show! You missed out if you didn't get to see his bell-ringing dance! 

    Carl Nettleton - apologize for NOT being in Tijuana on Saturday with IRT but - no happy wife = no happy life! He was able to see Justin Frisco on the golf course and said do not bet on him since he's a great player! 

    Danny Williams - very impressed that Joe Sigurdson is 5 days into December and hasn't abandoned his Movember mustache and facial hair! 

    David Jay - $5 preemptive THANK YOU to all the volunteers for the Rady Children's Hospital Radiothon next WEDNESDAY + THURSDAY! Thankful one of the kids that is going to be on the air has an incredible story about surviving 2 brain tumor treatments! More info - https://www.radyfoundation.org/radiothon 

    Charlie Coleman - Served over 1400 people at the Downtown Civic Center on Thanksgiving! 

    Susan Day - tomorrow night the Burn Institute has their big Winter Faire and Santa is coming!! 500 Burn Survivors and their families are invited to partake in this winter wonderland! 

    Justin Frisco - reminded us to mark your calendars for our annual Golf Tournament on January 19, 2018! All proceeds to benefit the San Diego Food Bank! 

    David Gugerty - his daughter wasn't able to go to work because of the fires in Ventura - she lives in Simi Valley! 

    Heather Robinson - participating in many events since it was Diabetes Month! She also got an early Christmas present -- a NEW PUPPY! Who is tearing up the house!

    Patrick Maurer - set up his place for Christmas for Sydney and is loving watching her reaction to everything! He is loving every moment of her discovering life, but also glad she's not completely mobile, yet! 

    Our Chairman of the Day, Jay Jeffcoat, gave a fabulous introduction from our speaker who is a fellow El Centro resident, Carl Yaeker. 

    He retired 3 years ago from being an attorney, and in the process took a class on climate change at UCSD Scripps Institute of Oceanography. He was not a do-er at the time but couldn't sit idly as he watched the direction of climate change. Or how Carl put it, his wife was sick of him yelling at the TV! He discovered the Citizens Climate Lobby - which lobbies the US Congress politely with preparation and the idea of establishing relationship, all without any funding. This group consists of all volunteers! In a nutshell:

    We exist to create the political will for climate solutions by enabling individual breakthroughs in the exercise of personal and political power.

    Carl discussed that many people are concerned about climate change, but feel they would never talk about it with anyone because it may start a political argument or is uncomfortable, etc. 

    He also commented that many people are worried because of the growing number of weather events. Carl said that Miami is spending $500 million to reset the storm drains and raise the most important surface streets. During King Tide on a sunny day, the water comes up 3-4 feet from the storm drains! 

    Carl told us the most significant 4 things that he learned in his climate change class: 

    1. It's real
    2. It's us
    3. It's bad
    4. But we can fix it

    Carl stated there great location organizations and state organizations that are on board, the big exception is US Congress. He presented the suggestions their organization has to help address these issues. To learn more, visit citizensclimatelobby.org

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