Feb 28, 2017

Event Announcement: First Fundraiser of the Year!



Host Committee

Richard Barron / Dr. Farhan Bhatti / Brenda, Martin, & Mike Berkowitz / Mark Brewer  Annie Brown / Byrum & Fisk Communications
The Honorable John Chirkun & Zvonko Blazevski / Deb & Pat Egan / Dan Farough
Carol Graham-Banes / Joseph Herbst / Eli Isaguirre / Chris, Sara, & Clark Jackson
Sue Kelly / The Honorable Tim Killeen / Amanda Jennings Koski
Robert Gordon & Lisa Lemble / The Honorable Mark & Pamela Meadows / Mitch Mitchell The Honorable Jeremy Moss / The Honorable Hal Newnan / Gwen & John Nystuen
Jan O’Connell / Caitlin O’Rourke / Alaina Pemberton / Gail & John Philbin
Steve & Lillian Ross & Penelope Tsernoglou / Alberta Tinsley-Talabi & Carla Tinsley Smith John Taylor & Meredith Place / Tom Turner / The Honorable Robert Wittenberg
Anne & Tom Woiwode

We cordially invite you to attend a
Sierra Club Michigan Chapter fundraiser featuring guest speaker:
State Representative Sam Singh
House Democratic Leader and former Mayor of East Lansing

Wednesday, March 29th

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

At Troppo
111 E Michigan Ave, Lansing, MI, 48933

Suggested Contribution Levels:

Champion- $500     Sponsor- $250        Host- $150    
Advocate- $100      Friend- $50     General Admission- $25        Student- $15
Contributions of all levels are accepted

How to Contribute:
Please make checks payable to “Sierra Club Michigan Chapter” and put “Woiwode Fund” in the memo line and mail them to 109 E Grand River Ave. Lansing, MI 48906

Donate via credit card at http://tinyurl.com/SCWoiwodeFund

All proceeds go to the Anne Woiwode Fund (501 C4 – not tax deductible) benefitting the Sierra Club Michigan Chapter’s legislative, political, and youth programs. Anne and Tom Woiwode have graciously offered to match any donations up to $10,000.

To RSVP or join the Host Committee, please contact Mike Berkowitz:
Mike.Berkowitz@sierraclub.org or 248-345-9808

You are also invited to join our 50th anniversary celebration on June 10th: http://www.sierraclub.org/michigan/50th-anniversary


Sep 8, 2016

Say Yes To Nonpartisan Redistricting In Michigan



Aug 9, 2016

Mark Your Calendar – Sierra Club Political Training is Saturday, September 10th



Pre-registration is required! Get registered here: https://goo.gl/forms/AiltYqq7Gt0y7ySo1

What: FREE political training to prepare Sierra Club activists for the 2016 election, featuring Michigan’s leading political campaign experts, along with staff and activists from Michigan Sierra Club’s Political Committee. We provide a light breakfast, full lunch, beverages, snacks throughout the day, and host a Happy Hour afterward. Join us to gain the skills you’ll need to influence this year’s election for President, US Congress, the Michigan House of Representatives, and local races.

When: Saturday, September 10th, 9:15am-5:30pm, with a complimentary happy hour afterward from 5:30-7pm.

Where: Scarlett Middle School, 3300 Lorraine, Ann Arbor, MI 48108. Free parking at the school lot.

Pre-registration is required! Get registered here: https://goo.gl/forms/AiltYqq7Gt0y7ySo1



May 25, 2016

Alliance to Halt Fermi 3 - free showing of The Future of Energy

Alliance to Halt Fermi 3

invites you to attend a free showing of

The Future of Energy

Bedford Public Library
8575 Jackman Rd
Temperance, MI

Wed May 25 from 6-8pm

There will be a Q&A afterward.

Please bring your friends! This dynamic film shows the promise of 100% clean, safe, renewable energy TODAY...there are examples of communities around the USA who are making this happen in their own backyards.

Together We Can Erase Nuclear Power From Our Future!

May 18, 2016

Join Flint residents in Lansing on May 19th and tell our elected officials to pay to fix Flint!


In the next few weeks, legislators in Lansing will decide how much money will be allocated to Flint to address the water crisis. They will decide whether emergency supplemental funds should be moved to Flint now or not. They will decide how much money our children deserve for education and nutrition. They will decide whether the State of Michigan will help Flint residents have a healthy and safe future. But far too many of them think the "Flint issue" has blown over. 

We know it has not. For over two years Flint residents have had tainted water flowing through our taps. There’s no clear timeline for when we'll be able to safely use the water.

Mothers were told the water was safe to drink for the kids. There have been incidents of seizures, miscarriages, cognitive and behavioral problems, all for drinking water we were told was safe. 


People are still reporting skin rashes and hair loss when they wash their hands in the water or bathe. People have to wake up every day and figure out how they are going to drink, cook, and bathe often with bottled water. No one should have to go through this simply to have safe water. 

Our elected leaders must step up to fix this problem. They need to hear from us! Join Flint residents in Lansing on Thursday, May 19th to have our voices heard. 

People across the state are joining us to tell the legislature to fix Flint! We've received over 5,000 support letters from voters in over 40 districts in Michigan telling their representative to pay up to fix Flint! 

Agenda, Thursday May 19th 

7:45am: Flint car pool from the old K-Mart on Miller Rd and S. Ballenger Hwy in Flint. 

9:00am: Meet at Clean Water Action offices (2722 E Michigan Ave Suite 201, Lansing MI 48912) for breakfast and lobby visit preparation.

10:00am: Visit legislators offices to deliver support letters from voters in their district and tell them the real story of what the water crisis is like in Flint.

Noon: Press conference and rally on the Capitol lawn with Flint residents.

1:00pm: Prayer vigil for Flint in the Capitol Rotunda 

2:00pm: Head back to Flint. 

We need solidarity from across the state, so please join Flint residents in Lansing on May 19th and tell our elected officials to pay to fix Flint!