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Lancaster Interchurch Peace Witness is a grassroots association dedicated to promoting biblical values of justice, care of creation, peace and nonviolent solutions to conflict.

Living on Shale: A Quaker Perspective

Categories: Local Peace Events

The Environmental Concerns Committee of Lancaster Friends Meeting will sponsor a forum on the topic “Living on Marcellus Shale: A Quaker Perspective,” on Sunday, April 6 from 12:30 to 2:00 PM at the Lancaster Friends Meeting House.

The speakers are four invited Quakers from the north central region of Pennsylvania. The three panelists who will discuss living on shale are Bryn Hammarstrom (Tioga County), Rebecca Roter (Susquehanna County) and Margaret Wood (Bradford County). Tim Kelsey (Centre County), is an economist who has studied the social and economic effects of Shale gas on communities throughout the state.

Ed Shane is the moderator for the forum. Ed is the Convener of the Environmental Concerns Committee. For further information contact or Bob Lowing

Author: LIPW