League of Conservation Voters Annual Awards Banquet (CicLAvia!)

I wish to invite you to LA’s premiere environmental awards event — the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters’ Smith-Weiss Environmental Champion Awards on Saturday, May 12, in the Windsor Square neighborhood of Los Angeles.

 

This year’s Environmental Champion Awardees are:

 

·   Hon. John A. Perez, Speaker of the California Assembly

·   Hon. Pam O’Connor, Santa Monica City Council, and chair of the Southern California Association of Governments

·   Lauren Bon and The Metabolic Studio, that provides crucial support to environmental organizations in Southern California

·   CicLAvia, that works to encourage safe, vibrant public spaces, sustainable transportation, and public health through a program of car-free street events.

 

The event is traditionally attended by LA’s leading politicians and environmental leaders. It’s a great room!

 

LALCV focuses solely on local elections in Los Angeles County, endorsing pro-environment municipal candidates and ballot measures. Since 1976, we’ve supported environmentally-excellent mayors, councilmembers, supervisors, school board members and other local elected officials. Our support has made a difference.

 

The attached form contains sponsorship and ticketing information — or you could register via the web at http://www.lalcv.org/. Individuals tickets are a mere $100.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 213-291-7600 or via this email.

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