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Saturday, October 19, 9 am - 12 Noon
Sr. Mary Elizabeth Lawrence,
Lisa McDaniel Hutchings, Sally Rings, Karen Schedler
How does my energy usage at home reflect my love for Creation? Join us to examine our household energy footprint as we explore methods for each of us to reduce our use of energy and lower our energy bill, locate “energy hogs” (A.K.A “vampire appliances”), and understand how energy efficiency can help us live more in harmony with the Earth.
Fee per person: $20
Sr. Mary Elizabeth Lawrence, SC, is the co-executive director of AZ Interfaith Power and Light (AZIPL).
Lisa McDaniel-Hutchings After serving as a religious educator for 13 years, Lisa McDaniel-Hutchings earned a Master’s of Divinity from Meadville Lombard Theological School. She is the Tucson Director for Arizona Interfaith Power and Light. Lisa is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister.
Sally Rings earned her PhD in Higher and Adult Education at ASU. She is faculty emeritus in the Maricopa Community Colleges. Currently she serves on the boards of Arizona Interfaith Power and Light and Arizona Foundation for Contemporary Theology.
Karen Schedler has worked in the field of environmental and science education for 41 years. She currently serves as the education chairperson for AZIPL, is an ASU Faculty Associate, and practices environmental education