Quick Fix Workshops
Join Hagerstown residents at the community center on January 15 for our Quick Fix workshop series. There is sure to be at least one topic that will interest you. For example, you might learn how to economize financially without inhibiting your lifestyle or to discover ways of reducing your impact on the environment by living smarter. Alternatively, by attending a workshop, you may find inspiration for improving the health and well-being of your family. Our own Grant Cardwell, prominent and long-time Hagerstown resident, will be leading a session on weatherizing your home. Arrive early to secure a seat for that one since nearly everyone is eager to learn how to trim their heating and cooling bills.
Registration is not required, although we will record attendance. For questions, contact Mike Greenly at email@example.com.
Quick Fix Workshop Series Schedule
|Weatherization – Make your home more energy efficient by learning from an expert from the Marion County Regional Weatherization Initiative (MCRWI).
Save Water and Your Wallet – Find out about the Hagerstown water supply and get tips for limiting consumption and reducing your monthly water utility bills.
|DIY Personal Care Products – Make your own everyday personal care products, such as deodorant, soap, and skin moisturizer.
|Creating Natural Spaces – Grow native plants and learn about nurturing the local ecosystem. Help build a naturally sustainable habitat right in your own garden or yard.
|A New Year, a Healthier You – See demonstrations on creating delicious and healthy meals for your family. Samples will be provided.
Essential Maintenance – Keep your vehicle in top driving condition despite harsh winter weather.
To: Mike Greenly
From: Antonio Perkins
Date: January 12
Dear Mr. Greenly,
I recently moved to Hagerstown, and I am interested in learning about the native vegetation in the area. I have a lot of experience growing trees and plants in my former hometown, but the varieties that grow here are completely different. A neighbor mentioned that there would be a session related to gardening, but do any of the workshops address my specific interest in learning about the native flora and fauna?