Bulletin Board

Adapting Your Home for Geothermal Energy
6:30 p.m. Tuesday Oct. 21st at the State Park Lodge

Geothermal heating and cooling is using the ground, not the air, as a heat source. The ground remains about 70 degrees year round which is about the same temperature as a residence, so the AC system does not have to work as hard and is much more efficient while delivering ideal temperature and humidity levels. It is so efficient that the federal government is offering a 30% tax credit for geothermal installations. It also has the lowest carbon footprint available for heating and cooling. The system can also produce free hot water while cooling your home. It simply takes the heat rejected from the house (cooling) and putting it in a hot water tank.
Keith Key of Geothermal Solutions will talk about geothermal heating, cooling and hot water generation for residential applications. This includes an overview of heating and cooling terms for the layman. Please join us for this enlightening evening at the Monte Sano State Park Lodge October 21st (Tuesday).
There is no charge for the event but please put your donation for the State Park if you are not a member in the donation box at the entrance. It is only $3 for adults.
This event is brought to you by the Friends of Monte Sano State Park and the Flint River Conservation Association.  Please contact Soos Weber for information or questions at 256-509-1219 or weber-caudill@att.net.

History of Monte Sano
7:00 p.m. Thursday Oct. 23rd at the State Park Lodge

Make plans to explore Monte Sano’s history through hundreds of seldom seen old photographs and maps on Thursday, October 23, 2014, 7 p.m. at the Monte Sano State Park Lodge. From early Viduta, the Monte Sano Hotel and Railway, the Civilian Conservation Corps, Monte Sano State Park and the O’Shaughnessy House to the Monte Sano Development Company this visual tour will bring long lost structures back to life for an evening. The program will be presented by Ralph Allen, a local historic architecture enthusiast.
There is no charge for the event but please put your donation for the State Park (if you are not a member) in the donation box at the entrance. It is only $3 for adults.
This event is brought to you by the Friends of Monte Sano State Park and the Flint River Conservation Association.  Please contact Soos Weber for information or questions at 256-509-1219 or weber-caudill@att.net.

 

 

Trunk or Treat (for Kids)
Monte Sano United Methodist Church

 

 

 

 


LITTLE GREEN STORE SPECIAL EVENTS

 

 

 

WEEKLY BURRITT HAPPENINGS FLYER, Aug 28th.

 

 

WHAT IS THAT RED BOX IN THE LITTLE GREEN STORE PARKING LOT??
It is a Little Free Library! And it is for YOU! This little red “box” is packed with books to be shared by our community. The idea is Take one, Leave one. The books are always a gift, never for sale. It is for your enjoyment and reading! So GO AHEAD, TAKE ONE, LEAVE ONE… and tell your friends and neighbors. HAPPY READING!  This Little Free Library is maintained by Betsy Estopinal. Call 256-653-5364 with any concerns.

 

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