Don't Miss Judy
Judy Wicks Coming to
Come hear Judy
6 p.m. - Reception
7 p.m. - Judy
Wicks "Living with Local Economies"
* Free and Open to the Public!
Monday, April 21st
8 a.m. -
Judy Wicks, Breakfast w/ the Business Community
Workshops will immediately follow until 2 p.m., hosted
by the Sustainable Business Network
for all Events
The Clifton Center , 2117 Payne Street,
To learn more and register for the
for Neighborhoods, Sustainable Business Networks,
Caudill Seed, Tom Owen-Metro Council 8th District, Emily
and Stephen Reily, Bike Couriers Bike Shop,
Rainbow Blossom Natural Food Markets, Heine Brothers'
Coffee, Watrous Associates
Architects, Fred A.
Fischer, Keith's Hardware & Rental, Amazing Grace
Whole Foods & Nutrition Center, River Fields,
Jefferson Unitarian Church, Legacy Development
Corp., ear X-tacy, and Church of the Epiphany
Kentuckians for the
Community Farm Alliance,
Frankfort Avenue Business Association, Designer/Builder,
Hotter Times Native Landscaping, Commonwealth Computer
Recycling, Century Studio, Moore Environmental
Associates, Adena Institute, Webster University, The
Clifton Center, Sustainable Clifton, Brick House, and
Judy Wicks is the world class business
owner of the White Dog Cafe, a visionary social
entrepreneur and co-founder of the Business Alliance for Local Living
Economies and the Philadelphia Sustainable Business
Network, a board member of the American Independent Business
Alliance, and one of the great champions of Green
and Local business!
Judy is an internationally
known and inspiring speaker, networker and vision-keeper
for a positive, sustainable future. We are honored to
have her with us for this year's Earth Day!
and businesses learning to "Go Green and Local" offer
hope in these times of economic turbulence, global
climate change, threats of oil shortages and
confrontation. Citizens and consumers build community
and relationships by patronizing local
Judy's message is
Hopeful, Timely, Important...Everyone Come !