November 17 • 10:59 AM
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How to Make Earth Day Every Day
Ongoing Each Thursday Beginning Thursday, March 08, 2012.

Will discuss simple things anyone can do to help the environment. Refreshments served.
Times:6:30pm
Where:Cool Creek Park
2000 East 151st Street
Carmel IN 46033
Additional Info:Website: http://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/parks_details.asp?id=2923
Phone: 848-0576

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