At 8 tonight, some Houstonians will go dark to be green

Mar 30, 2008 Full story: Houston Chronicle

“It's more about the education of the community. But it also makes good business sense. We're taking one step at a time.”

The idea is to be green by going black. At 8 tonight, Shelley Woolley will switch off her lights and play a board game beside a flickering candle for the next hour. via Houston Chronicle

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M Harrison

Paris, TX

#1 Apr 17, 2008
I think that was great. But do you know you also can do my and improve your families health by using environmentally safe products. Ask me how!!
M Harrison
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