Waco Friends of the Climate normally meets on the first Monday of the month at Poppa Rollo’s Pizza, at 703 N. Valley Mills Dr. in Waco, with a free buffet followed by a documentary film or a guest speaker.

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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Meeting and Lecture Feb 9th, 2012

Speaker: Alexis Weaver.
Date: Thursday, Feb 9
Time: pizza buffet and business 6pm
Lecture and discussion: 6:30
Venue: Poppa Rollo's Pizza, Westbank room
703 N. Valley Mills Drive, Waco
Fee: free.
Alexis Weaver is Director of Community Affairs for the Greater Waco Chamber of
Commerce, the first LEED-certified chamber building in America. Mrs. Weaver has
a bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies & Economics from Baylor
University and a master's degree in Community & Regional Planning from the
University of Texas at Austin. In 2008, Mrs. Weaver was part of the first class
of faith presenters trained by Al Gore for The Climate Project.

Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Lecture and Meeting, January 2012.

DATE: Thursday, January 12, 2012
TIME: Business and free pizza buffet 6p.m.
Lecture and discussion 6:30p.m.
VENUE: Poppa Rollo's Pizza Westbank Room
703 N. Valley Mills Drive, Waco
SPEAKER: Elizabeth (Liz) Yeats, FCNL board
AUDIENCE: All welcome.
FEE: All free.
Why Lobby?

Congressional staff say
as few as 10 letters or emails from constituents can make a difference. The
impact is even greater if you begin to climb the ladder of congressional
engagement by raising your issue in a letter to the editor in your local
newspaper or even meeting with the local staff of your members of

Want to know the key
steps in being an effective citizen lobbyist? Join us at Poppa Rollo's January 12th.


Liz Yeats decided to be a peace and justice educator at the age of
19, after having been active in the civil rights and peace movement in high
school and college. She has done paid and unpaid peace and justice advocacy with
the Congress of Racial Equality, American Friends Service Committee, Friends
Committee on National Legislation, National Sanctuary Movement, National Council
of Churches, Texas Conference of Churches and the Austin Center for Peace and
Justice. She presently serves on the boards of Friends Committee on National
Legislation, a Washington DC Quaker lobby in the public interest, and Texas
Impact, a statewide religious grassroots network working for justice. She is a
writer, editor, website developer and personal historian.