- Fairbury News staff
Club breakfast March 10
Save the date for the Great Futures Breakfast from the Boys and Girls Club of Livingston County on Wednesday, March 10 from 7-8 a.m. at the Walton Centre in downtown Fairbury.
Networking takes place from 6:30-7 a.m. with a free breakfast followed by a presentation about the club and the work being done.
Keynote speaker is Paul Ritter, a teacher at Pontiac Township High School who has received numerous awards for his approaches to environmental education. He won the 2014 White House Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators and the 2012 National Environmental Science Teacher of the Year Award.
Ritter’s international Prescription Pill and Drug Disposal Program (P2D2) was named the number one environmental program in the nation by the United Nations in 2012 for teaching his own students to properly dispose of over one million pounds of pharmaceuticals.
To sign-up for the March 10 Great Futures Breakfast, visit www.bgcolc.org/great-futures-breakfast.