Bad news for the Tox-Ick Monster = good news for Pathfinder

The photos from tonight’s Sustainable West Seattle-presented “Don’t Feed the Tox-Ick Monster” event at Pathfinder K-8 School are courtesy of Laura James – yes, undersea Laura! – who reports that the community rose to the challenge: Get at least 40 adults into the room, and the night’s prize (each of these presentations feature prizes) goes to a runoff-reducing cistern for Pathfinder’s Earth Project. Laura says the final count appeared to be more than 70! Maybe it was the free, donated Proletariat Pizza

If you haven’t yet learned the secrets of fighting the Tox-ick Monster, you have two more chances – November 12th, in Spanish, at St. James Annex in South Delridge, and November 19th at Alki UCC times, addresses, and more information here.

3 Replies to "Bad news for the Tox-Ick Monster = good news for Pathfinder"

  • Diane October 11, 2011 (12:02 pm)

    another great Tox-ick event; wonderful to see the large turnout; pretty sure most of us showed up to make sure the kids/school got their $1000 prize; Proletariat Pizza was a nice benefit; also, one of the speakers gave out trees; I attended 1st Tox-ick event on 9/11; learned even more last night; it was also my 1st time at Pathfinder, beautiful school

  • Momof3 October 11, 2011 (3:27 pm)

    Really interesting presentation, we learned so much and the video was eye opening. Thank you so much, Proletariat. The yummy pizza really made the night! How incredibly thoughtful of them.

  • T October 11, 2011 (6:01 pm)

    I love this positive news. Way to go, and hurray for Pathfinder too!

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