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The Facts on Fracking

Date(s): Feb. 13, 2013 - Feb. 13, 2013
Event Time: 7 PM

Walsh for Justice and Peace, a student organization dedicated to raising awareness of Catholic Social Teaching, presents a panel discussion on hydraulic fracturing oil and gas extraction and its consequences.

Welcome: E. Grace Reser, WJP President
Introduction of panelists: Chloe Zidian
Panelists:
Mike Chadsey, Energy In Depth Ohio
Sister Barbara O'Donnell, Humility of Mary
Michael Ray, Youngstown City Council
Q&A: Chloe Zidian and questions from the audience

Location: Walsh University's Barrette Business and Community Center

For more information, please contact E. Grace Reser, Walsh for Justice and Peace President, emilyreser@walsh.edu.

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