My Dear Friends:
I know you are all very busy. Trust me, I know what busy means!
- I answer hundreds of your emails every day
- attend your meetings
- provide information
- make presentation
- testify on your behalf.
Wilma Subra also knows what busy means.
- She analyzes your test results and other information
- conducts health surveys and compiles the results
- answers your phone calls
- testifies before the EPA
- writes comments to TCEQ
- conferences with mayors and city councils.
- and she arranged the methane mapping and got the funds for the canister testing.
Gwen Lachelt, Director OGAP, also knows busy, as do all the other EARTHWORKS/OGAP staff and board members.
The OGAP steering committee members know busy because we spent our lunch hours for months working on Drill-Right Texas a best practices plan that has received high praise.
I know you are all strapped for cash. Trust me, I know what broke means!
Simply put: We can’t keep helping you if you don’t help us. Help Texas OGAP stay mean! Reserve your tickets NOW! (Please post on your blogs and forward to your list.)
The legislative session will start in January and we need to get ready no later than this fall.
Come out and support
the Texas Oil & Gas Accountability Project
Join GASLAND Director Josh Fox, winner of the Special Jury Prize at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, Texas State Representative Lon Burnam, and Oil & Gas Accountability Program Director Gwen Lachelt, and learn about the impacts of natural gas drilling on our clean air, our drinking water, our communities and our environment.
Where: The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (seating is limited)
When: Wednesday May 12th, 2010
5:30 PM Pre-party with cash bar (open to everyone)
6:30 PM GASLAND Screening (suggested donation: $15)
8:30 PM VIP After-party (suggested donation: $85)
Don’t want to attend the movie? Donate HERE