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Glen Dawson to mark a century!

New Andrew Jones scholarship to train student activists

Andrew W. Jones was passionate about social justice and protecting the environment. Now a new Angeles Chapter Sierra Club scholarship, the Andrew W. Jones Young Activist Scholarship, will be awarded to five students in the L.A. area to train them in social and environmental activism.

Andrew, who died of cancer in April, gave the Chapter a generous gift to continue its work on environmental preservation.

Awards for Chapter volunteers: Photos from the annual banquet

Sierra Club elects first African-American president

The Sierra Club's national board of directors has elected officers for the upcoming board term 2015 to 2016. Aaron Mair of Schenectady, N.Y., was elected as president. Mair, the Sierra Club’s first African-American president, has been working for environmental justice in New York for over three decades. One of Mair’s goals as president is to make diversity, equity, and inclusion real within the Sierra Club, including its grassroots.

New Schedule of Activities for May 2015

Got some free time? Come volunteer at our front desk

We need reception area coverage at Sierra Club Angeles Chapter office in the mid-Wilshire area of L.A.. Volunteer in a fun atmosphere meeting new people and getting an overview of how the Club works.
 No experience is necessary; training and supervision are provided.

You need to have good communication skills and the ability to work well with others. The main duty is answering the telephone and answering questions about membership and Chapter activities. You would also assist the staff with general office duties, mailings, copying, etc.

Angeles Chapter partners with Pando Populus to sponsor ecological conference in June

Pando Populus is a platform for people who care about big ideas and the Earth. The organization aims to create an ecological civilization by serving as a forum from which to challenge basic assumptions of the modern industrial world and propose smart, green alternatives.

The Sierra Club is partnering with Pando Populous on an environmental conference from June 4 to 7 at Pomona College in Claremont, Calif.

Thank you donors who brought valuable material to our Living Legacy Library!

Donations continue to grow the Angeles Chapter's Living Legacy Library. Credit: Rod Currier

Have a solution to the California drought? Play the Innovation Games: Water

Think you have a good idea on how to save water and help California during its crippling drought? Or just have a great water-saving or water-protecting idea? Here's your chance to share your idea and get help implementing it too.

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