Thursday, April 4, 2013

Proactive Solar Action, Be Part of the Solution

29623_425880100810772_1129005832_nTo my friends,

Residents Organized for a Safe Environment (ROSE) is proud and happy to announce our first solar project in conjunction with the Boy Scouts of America, Orange County.  For practical and teaching purposes, ROSE will provide the scouts with a solar project at their boat house at Oso Lake. The object of the project is to provide lights and the recharging of the batteries that are needed for the boats off grid. Each weekend there are as many has 300 young scouts and family members at the lake. They will all get to see and learn about the practical applications of solar energy and have the chance to participate in a renewable energy merit badge.
ROSE is honored to ask you to join us in this project.  Your help will be greatly appreciated. Our project goal is $3,315 with shipping.   Checks may be made out to Gene Stone. The Boy Scouts of America will provide a receipt for a tax deductible donation.
Join with us in this proactive approach to educate our children about the benefits of renewable energy. Help us replace nuclear power one solar panel at a time.
Gene Stone

1 comment:

  1. To all,

    Just wanted to let everyone know that we have almost reached our goal of $3300 for the Boy Scout solar project in record time. We now stand at $2935. The scouts and I will order the first two units on Monday, and we will order the third one when we get the rest of the funds.

    I thank all of you who have donated to this project to make the next generation more aware of clean energy.


    Gene Stone
    ROSE, founder


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