[Sacto Critical Mass] Reminder: Sac State Earth Day Festival THURSDAY April 22

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Greetings,

This is a friendly reminder that you will be participating in this Thursday's (April 22) Earth Day event at Sacramento State sponsored by the Environmental Students Organization and Peace&Conflict International, in the University Library Quad.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please reply to this email ASAP if you are in need of a daily parking pass for Thursday. All I need is the first and last name of each driver and the organization that you represent. Further parking information will be provided upon receipt of email request for parking pass.

Please arrive with your materials and volunteers between 9-10 am to set up. If you are not bringing your own table, a table and chairs will be set up for you by ESO volunteers and labeled with your organization's name. All booths will be centrally located on the quad, with food and music in the middle. Campus map: http://www.csus.edu/campusmap/

Boothing can begin as early as 10 am, but the event officially starts at 11 am and will run to 1:30 pm, with live music, food, games and giveaways.

Booth List:

  • Sacramento Tobacco Control: 1 table and chair will be provided by ESO
  • Field Biology Group: 2 chairs will be provided, space for one table
  • Donate Life CA : 1 table and 2 chairs will be provided by ESO
  • Peace and Conflict International: 1 table and 2 chairs provided
  • Women's Studies Student Association: 1 table and 2 chairs
  • ASI Recycling Committee: 1 table and 2 chairs, plus 2 booth spaces for CAER and Shred-It to set up
  • Green Student Alliance : 1 table and 2 chairs
  • *College Democrats
  • Pick and Pull: 1 table and 2 chairs
  • *The WELL: space for two folding tables 
  • ENVS Department: 1 table and 2 chairs
  • *Lyon's Real Estate: 1 table and 2 chairs
  • *Gregory Popejoy: 1 table and 2 chairs
  • *UTAPS: large cement table
  • *ASI Sustainability Committee: large cement table
  • Food, Not Bombs; Sacramento Bike Kitchen; Critical Mass: 1 table and 2 chairs
  • SMUD: space for one booth and one vehicle
  • ASI PEAK Adventures: space for one booth
  • *American Society of Civil Engineers: space for one booth and concrete canoe
  • *Competitive Robotics: space for one booth and robot demonstration
  • Environmental Students Organization: 2 tables
  • Career Center : large cement table
  • Catering Services: space for two booths
  • DJ's: space for table and equipment, plug-ins, extension cord provided
  • *Rotaract Club UCAN Food Drive: Space for one booth
  • Sacramento Vegetarian Society: table and chairs provided
  • *Bike Blitz: space for one booth
Your contacts for the day will be:

Primary contact: ESO President Jasmine Greer (916) 612-2564
ESO Treasurer: Chris Gray (916) 612-4104
ESO Vice President: Alex Underwood (916) 968-5480
ESO Secretary: Justin Whitney (916) 704-5234
ESO Garden Committee Chair: Elizabeth Martinez (818) 919-8254

Any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call or email.

*IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY RSVP'ED, PLEASE DO SO NOW to ensure your space reservation.

Thank you,
Jasmine Greer
President, ESO

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