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A great time was had on Sunday, 29 June, at our annual picnic. The clouds parted and it was a fine day for being in Cleveland Park. See you soon.

Adopt-A-Highway: 2014
The cleanup dates for this year are:
Aug 23, 2014
Nov 15, 2014


July 12, 2014 - with Cary Hall along the Palmetto Trail

Volunteers in Action:

• Thanks to Dennis Chamberlain and Frank Hollerman for a great hike in the Nine Times Preserve. 27 people were able to enjoy a beautiful hike.
• Thanks to Jim Majors for 12 years of leading the Bartram Sierra trail maintenance program in the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area.
• Also, thanks to Ben and Pat Rudd for doing a wonderful job with the Roper Mountain Science Center science fair.

Lawyers Supporting the Environment

Dennis Chamberlain
General Practice • Emphasis on Bankruptcy, Financial & Business Issues.
819 East North Street, Greenville, SC 29601; (864) 331–3069

Frank J. Dana III, CELA
Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation:
Upstate Elder Law, P.A.
Wills and Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning, Guardianships and
Conservatorships, Estate Administration, Special Needs Trusts
15 Brendan Way, Suite 215, Greenville, SC 29615; (864) 288–7631;

Tom Dudley
• Kenison, Dudley & Crawford, LLC
Construction and Business Law
704 East McBee Avenue, Greenville, SC 29601; (864) 242–4899

Ronald A. Maxwell
With Emphasis on Personal Injury and On the Job Injuries
225 Chesterfield Street, NW Aiken, SC 29801; (803)641–6700
516 West Avenue, North Augusta, South Carolina 29861
(803) 202–1100;

Don Pilzer
Social Security Disability only
300 University Ridge, Greenville, SC 29601; (800) 518–0234

Gary W. Poliakoff
Representing Victims of Personal Injury and Toxic Exposure
and Contaminated Property • We represent no violators of
environmental law.

215 Magnolia Street, Spartanburg, SC 29306; (864) 582–5472

Andrew N. Poliakoff
Workers Compensation and auto accidents.
152 Magnolia Street, Spartanburg SC 29306

• Adopt-a-Highway:

Under our name Sierra Club in green is a blue sign COUNTY WINNER! How cool is that!? The "have pride don't litter" sign hangs below that. (2012/11/14)

Outings & Events:

Volunteer Opportunities

street cleanup

We need volunteers to work on conservation issues. If you are interested, please contact Eric Thompson


The Green Spot:
Top 10 Birds to Control

• Purple Martin, Red-Eyed Vireo, Chipping Sparrow, Downy Woodpecker, Yellow Warbler, Eastern Bluebird, Common Nighthawk,
Eastern Phoebe, Baltimore Oriole, and House Wren.
• These ten birds, of course, are not alone in consuming backyard pests. Many other species—such as the northern cardinal and blackcapped chickadee—eat insects or feed them to their young during the summer. Yet as summer winds down, your efforts to attract birds
shouldn't come to a halt. "The natural foods you provide in your yard
throughout the year will encourage these songsters to visit again," says Tufts. As a result, the birds may return and combat a new generation of insects the next year.

Send your "GREEN" submissions to: