Lucas Hixson has just returned from inside the Chernobyl nuclear plant! He will accept the PACE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD for his new information about the ongoing effects of the Chernobyl nuclear accident and how it potentially impacts us. This event will be held at the HARTFORD FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE, 144 South Quaker Lane in West Hartford at 7:00 PM on Saturday, November 21. The program will also include many creative solutions involving renewable energy and energy efficiency, and will end with a beautiful voice of soprano Teryn Kuzma! (Tasty food will be served at 6 o'clock!)

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Saturday, November 21 6PM at the Friends Meeting House in West Hartford
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