"Save Trestles" Campaign Honored at Awards Ceremony

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Orange County League of Conservation Voters, which bills itself as the "political arm" of Orange County's environmental movement, will recognize those who helped "Save Trestles" from a noxious toll-road extension at the nonprofit, non-partisan OCLCV's 10th anniversary Awards Dinner Thursday.

Specifically, the recipients and the awards to be doled out include:
-Elizabeth Lambe, Special Recognition for Environmental Excellence
-Jerry Collamer, Environmental Activist Leader of the Year
-Huntington Beach Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center, Environmental Non-Profit of the Year
-Nancy Donaven, Special Lifetime Environmental Achievement Award
-Surf Industry Manufacturers Association (SIMA), Environmental Business of the Year

The event runs from 6 to 8:45 p.m. in the University Club on the UCI campus,  801 E. Peltason Drive, Irvine. Since RSVP's were due May 7, the late cost to attend is $90, but you can become a member of the OCLCV by simply adding another $15 per person or $25 per family to the check you write out for the dinner. Call president Kathleen Shanfield at (714) 270-1096 for more dinner or membership details, or email her here.


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