Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to host 4th annual Earth Day luncheon focused on conservation in the workplace, home and community
Reduce, reuse and recycle. In honor of Earth Day, the Kern County Hispanic of Chamber and Cal State University, Bakersfield are exciting to host the 4th annual Earth Day Networking and Lunch event. On Friday, April 22nd, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Earth Day luncheon at California State University, Bakersfield will be held at the Solario de Fortaleza facility.
“Celebrating Earth Day, Everyday at Work and Home,” is this year’s theme. “Every year, Earth Day serves to remind us that our planet is precious and it is our responsibility to be good stewards both of our local environment and the ecosystem as a whole,” said Jay Tamsi, President/CEO of the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Experts from Cal State University, Bakersfield, Kern Green, Cal Waters and Keep Bakersfield Beautiful. Our industry experts will inform attendees about the environmental work being done in Kern County. They will provide useful tips on water and energy conservation as well as some creative recycling techniques and proper disposal of hazardous waste. Earth Day will be a great opportunity to take steps forward to build a safe, clean and green community.
“Our valley provides us with food, energy and jobs; we at the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce are committed to making it the healthiest and cleanest place it can be,” Tamsi said. “We invite our members and community to join us this Earth Day, whether you are taking your first steps toward environmental awareness or are ready to do even more.”
Earth day is celebrated on 22nd of April all over the world to forward considerable steps to build our planet as a safest place to live for years. It is very important to protect our planet from excessive sources of harmful acts as the earth is facing pollution threat day by day.
About the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
The Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (KCHCC) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, and nonsectarian organization. It is a recognized Hispanic business resource and leader in the economic and business development of Kern County. As the largest Hispanic business organization in the region, the KCHCC can help you and your business access this growing and dynamic Hispanic marketplace.
— 231 H St. Bakersfield, CA 93304. Phone: 661-633-5495.