Maya Nye, President of People Concerned About Chemical Safety,
Invites you to the next:
WOMEN & WATER
This Listening Session is an opportunity for women to come together to discuss concerns around the recent water crisis and learn information about the effects on women’s health due to chemical exposure.
Thursday, April 3rd
Join us for a reception at 6:30pm
First Baptist Church, 432 Shrewsbury St, Charleston
(downstairs conference room )
Free and open to all women and families.
This event is hosted by BMEEK Community Outreach, Inc. and is co-sponsored by WV FREE, People Concerned About Chemical Safety, WV Citizens Actively Protecting the Environment, Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition, WV Citizen Action Group, and WV Healthy Kids & Families.
Thanks, Maya and others, for all your hard work!
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