Hot in the Kitchen! An Energy Debate Series for Women (#2 of 3)

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Hot in the Kitchen!  An Energy Debate Series for Women (#2 of 3)

Time: September 26, 2012 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
Location: Independence Institute
Street: 727 E 16th Avenue
City/Town: Denver, Colorado 80203
Website or Map:!/e…
Phone: RSVP to 303.279.6536 x118 or cherish
Event Type: energy debate
Organized By: posted by W. Branstetter
Latest Activity: Sep 24, 2012

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Hot in the Kitchen!  An Energy Debate for Women  (#2)


A Series of Three Energy Debates for Women of All Political Stripes

Debate #2:  Renewable Energy  -- Does renewable energy make sense for our economy, our community and our families?


Hear them at our Hot in the Kitchen Debate.


We are providing more information than a soundbite.

We have a panel of four women who are engaged in the issue.


Join us for our interactive debate and then you decide.

Independence Institute
727 E 16th ave
Denver, CO 80203

FREE to attend
FREE lunch
FREE parking (in lot East of the building)
FREE babysitting on site

RSVP to 303.279.6536 x118 or cherish @
Please indicate if babysitting is needed.


The first of the series was on Tuesday, August 14 on the topic:

Debate #1:  Fracking - Is it safe? Is it cost effective? How does it affect your family? 
Note:  There was a lively debate and good attendance for the first debate.  Lunch was very nice featuring a salad and more, certainly plenty to eat.  There were a few children who required a babysitter and that was very nicely attended in an adjacent room.  An impressive event for the ladies to attend and it appeared that all were quite satisfied with the program.
This debate series is designed for the women of a variety of backgrounds--no matter of their employment status or experience.  Everyone is trying to get informed. 


The organizers do want to limit this series of debates to the ladies.


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Comment by W. Branstetter on September 24, 2012 at 10:38pm

Amy Oliver posted the following message on Facebook. 


"Women make energy look cool!  Economist Veronique de Rugy of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, Boulder renewable energy advocate Angie Layton, and I discuss the role of renewable energy in Colorado and what it means to our families, communities, and economy.  Join us for an interactive lunch debate on Wednesday, September 26. This is your last chance to RSVP to Cherish St Denis Schaffer at"



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