Letter to the editor: Thanks to all who supported Marlborough's Earth Day Fair

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To the Editor:

Noa-Lee and Robin Bastien participate in a Girl Scout activity, making birdfeeders from pinecones and seeds, at the Marlborough Earth Day Fair.
Noa-Lee and Robin Bastien participate in a Girl Scout activity, making birdfeeders from pinecones and seeds, at the Marlborough Earth Day Fair.

Despite a cold, rainy day, the seventh annual Marlborough Earth Day Fair [April 26 at Ghiloni Park] drew several people again this year. Many thanks to the organizations and people who contributed:? Green Marlborough, Marlborough Girl Scouts, Marlborough Wellness, Junior Women's Club, Stevie's Eatery, Immaculate Conception School, Hillside School, AltEStore, the Elks, E.L. Harvey, Earthsong Yoga, Wayside, Community Garden, singer P.E. James, the media, the City of Marlborough, and others.? Thank you for thinking globally and acting locally to support community environmental education and health. See you next year!

Fair Organizers,

Jen Boudrie, Bonny Parlee Goldberg, Martin Levins

More photos at http://greenmarlborough.org/achievements/earth-day-fair-2014/

 

 

 

 

 

 

Despite the cold and rainy weather, the seventh annual Marlborough Earth Day Fair drew a small crowd.
Despite the cold and rainy weather, the seventh annual Marlborough Earth Day Fair drew a small crowd.
Girl Scouts organized several exhibits and a bike drive that collected 26 used bikes to be refurbished and donated. (l to r) Niti Kapoor, Kim Bollieau, Nishi Kapoor, Amber Bollieau and Bonny Goldberg (Photos/submitted)
Girl Scouts organized several exhibits and a bike drive that collected 26 used bikes to be refurbished and donated. (l to r) Niti Kapoor, Kim Bollieau, Nishi Kapoor, Amber Bollieau and Bonny Goldberg (Photos/submitted)