Charlottesville/Albemarle County, VA Foucus
Saturday, March 6, 6-10pm
Come and sample pasta sauces prepared by your elected officials and vote for the winner of the 2010 Golden Chef trophy! This single event is the principal source of funding for the Charlottesville Democratic Party. If you’ve never attended, the Supper’s tenth anniversary is the perfect time to come and enjoy good food and Democratic fellowship.
There will be live and silent auctions. To reserve your seat and/or volunteer a couple of hours of your time to help us get ready, contact Becky Thomas at 973-5054 or email@example.com. Tickets will also be available at Quilts Unlimited on the Downtown Mall and at the Rose Hill Market.
* Regular tickets: $20
* Sponsors: $125 (includes two complimentary tickets)
* Patrons: $250 (includes four complimentary tickets)
WHERE: the Senior Center.
NAACP Albemarle-Charlottesville Branch:
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.
2nd Monday of each month; 7:00 pm
Jackson P. Burley Middle School
(Located at 901 Rose Hill Drive)
Charlottesville-Albemarle Young Democrats
Meetings every other Wednesday, 7:30 PM, at South Street Brewery. Come have a good time with your fellow young progressive professionals!
Charlottesville Democratic Party Events:
Monthly Democratic Breakfast
This gathering takes place on the third Saturday of each month at 9:30a.m. and is usually held at the JABA building on Hillsdale Drive. Pay what you can.
Left of Center Monthly Forum
Held the first Tuesday of every month. See the Left of Center website for details.
University Democrats (UDems) weekly meeting
Wednesdays at 6 pm in Room 108 of Clark Hall
Every Thursday from 6pm on at South Street Brewery. See the Drinking Liberally website for details.
Organic Food Store in Charlottesville:
Rebecca's natural food
1141 Emmet St, Charlottesville, Virginia
BIODIESEL IN CHARLOTTESVILLE:
Here are some biodiesel stations in Charlottesville. Biodiesel is less polluting and has a smaller carbon footprint than regular diesel, and is produced right here in the USA. Biodiesel can be used in almost any diesel engine. Up to B20 (a 20 percent blend) any diesel engine, whether car or 18 wheeler or whatever, can use it. Above B20 some older engines may have problems, but newer engines should be ok.
Woodfin Watchcard (key card req.), 1156 River Rd., Charlottesville, VA 23822, Phone: 804-355-7104
WIND ENERGY IN CHARLOTTESVILLE:
Central Virginia Wind Energy & Manufacturing
We seek to reinvest in rural America and we will advocate the formation of local capabilities and local supply of components and the assembly of such technology. We continually seek out newly developed, emerging technologies and selectively support worthy designs with technical, and financial resources, acting as both consultant and developers in some cases. We endeavor to work with rural communities, municipalities, tribal entities and individuals to identify alternate energy options to include Greenfield and Brownfield opportunities.
* Business type: manufacturer
* Service types: engineering, project development services, maintenance and repair services, testing services
* Address: 108 Second St. SW Suite 43, Charlottesville, Virginia USA 22902
* Telephone: 434-594-3490
* FAX: 434-295-2270
* Web Site: http://www.cvawe.com
Greenlight Energy, Inc.
* Product types: wind turbines (large), wind energy systems (large).
* Service types: installation, project development services, site survey and assessment services
* Address: 401 East Market Street, Suite 210, Charlottesville, Virginia USA 22902
* Telephone: (804) 220 1406