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Thursday: Belle Haven open house, clean energy fair

 

About 20 community and nonprofit organizations are expected to exhibit their work from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24, at the Onetta Harris Community Center, 100 Terminal Ave. in Menlo Park.

There will be free food, prizes, and information about local services and programs.

Environmental organizations, including Grid Alternatives and Menlo Spark, will host a clean energy fair. Representatives of these organizations will answer questions about how qualifying households may be eligible for free solar panels.

Among the expected exhibitors: the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center, Belle Haven Branch Library, Belle Haven Community Development Fund, Belle Haven Youth Center, Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula, CSR Real Estate Services, Ecumenical Hunger Program, Jobtrain, KIPP Bay Area Schools, Menlo Park Community Services - Special Events, Menlo Park Gymnastics, Mouse Squad Computer Lab, Mt. Olive Church, Project Read-Menlo Park, San Mateo Credit Union and SunWork Renewable Energy Projects.

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Kate Bradshaw

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