FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: March 9, 2012
CONTACT: Chris Mayer, Fulton Center for Sustainable Living
Phone: 717-264-4141, Ext. 3247
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – Wilson College will host the monthly meeting of Franklin Renewable Energy (FRE), an association dedicated to educating and informing the public about renewable energy, on Monday, March 19, in Warfield Hall’s Allen Auditorium. There will be a potluck meal at 6:30 p.m. followed by the program at 7. The meeting is free and open to the public.
With the one year anniversary of Japan’s Fukushima disaster pending, the group has invited John Ricca to discuss nuclear reactor safety, security and concerns. Ricca currently works part time supporting the Defense Nuclear Weapons School's Outreach program, including serving as the primary technical instructor for radiological and nuclear counter-terrorism at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and providing technical lectures at other government educational institutions.
Ricca also serves as a senior technical advisor to the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Council Staff and lectures on counterterrorism subjects for civilian university continuing education programs. His lecture will explore all sides of the nuclear debate, allowing citizens to make informed, personal decisions.
Franklin Renewable Energy is being hosted by Wilson’s Fulton Center for Sustainable Living to provide information and a forum for discussion about such subjects as renewable energy production, energy efficiency and sustainable living through monthly meetings, educational seminars and energy fairs like Wilson’s popular “Energy and You” workshops.
For more information, contact FCSL Program Manager Chris Mayer at 717-264-4141, Ext. 3247, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1869, Wilson College is a liberal arts college dedicated to the education of women. Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church and located in Chambersburg, Pa. Wilson offers bachelor’s degrees in 30 areas and master’s degrees in education and the humanities. The college’s 2011-12 enrollment in the College for Women and the Adult Degree Programs is 746 and includes 21 students from 10 foreign countries.
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