Chart 411, a St. Pete-based nonprofit dedicated to preserving the Gulf and the Gulf way of life, had a very busy week. Among the highlights:
- Launch of new website WWW.Chart411.com
director Lucinda Johnston took part in a news conference marking
the fourth anniversary of the Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill.
- Chart 411’s
Chairman, Dr. J. Howard Johnston, and Lucinda Johnston spoke
with St. Petersburg City Council in support of a resolution opposing
seismic testing off the coast of Florida. The resolution passed with
only one dissenting vote.
- Chart 411 took
part in St. Pete Earth Day in South Straub Park. The event was well
attended and everyone had a great time.
And looking forward, there's much more to come. On April 30, Chart 411 will be joining Localshops1 and other sponsors in the first Engage St. Pete, featuring Mayor Rick Kriseman and several other community leaders. The event is organized by Sunset Rotary Club and the St. Pete Chamber's St. Pete Young Professionals group.
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