Global Warming Meeting Next Week In Portland
The much-talked-about Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) meeting on human caused global warming is next week in Portland. Please pass this reminder along. We are expecting a large audience, so please arrive early. We also hope to see you all for the no-host social hour in the Shilo Restaurant from 5-7pm. The meeting will begin at 7pm sharp! Additional note — if you can not find a place to park in the hotel lot, please park on the side street directly across the street from the hotel (NE. Ainsworth Circle). If you park across the street, please be very careful when you cross Airport Way, as there is no cross walk in the immediate area. For complete details about this meeting, including overnight accommodations, driving directions, address, etc… please see: http://www.ametsoc.org/chapters/oregon
Hope to see you all next Wednesday, January 25th in Portland!
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