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93 W. Weisheimer Rd. Columbus OH 43214

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WELCOME to the Feb. 21 GATHERING (formerly potluck).  Here's the schedule:

6:30-6:40ish, We introduce ourselves and talk about anything (typical greetings). We'll try to limit these greetings so that we can have plenty of time for our presenter!
 
Then we will take about 15 minutes to watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVSqLjqhh-E a video to bring us all up-to-speed about community solar till 6:55.

A member had brought up the fact that she didn't plan to attend a "solar" Gathering because she is a renter, and therefore she can't do solar.  Others have told me that their house isn't right for it, others tell me it's impractical for them due to shade, expense, it's too "ugly", their homeowner's association won't allow it, etc.  I urge you all to watch:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VS0fCWPsts4.   Basically, we can all do this!

Then we will hear from our guest speaker,  Cathy Cowan Becker - an expert on renewable energy and Simply Living's new director for about 20 minutes.  She will talk about the development of utility scale solar in Ohio, and a little bit about community solar.

The remaining few minutes before 7:30 will be a question and answer period.

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Time: Feb 21, 2021 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Past events
The CSTB Holiday party was wonderful!  What a special time to support each other and our community!


In November, we had a Thanksgiving party!  We shared pictures and recipes for the holiday.  Vies some highlights here.

Then AmyCeccoli presented DIY cleanser ideas!


In October, we had a Halloween party!
It was held over Zoom on Sunday, October 18 at 6:30pm.
 Many people came in costume and showed off decorations, some cooked creepy things with a Halloween theme, we shared Halloween jokes and we shared pictures of a costume from past Halloweens!


In September:
Please join us for this interesting presentation from AARP!

6:30 The Meeting will begin.  We will have 20 minutes to greet each other, share news, and generally enhance our community. (and have a "sharing table".  )

6:50  We will be joined by Joyce Madison of AARP to discuss fraud in the time of COVID.

It will include fraud prevention on identity theft, how to outsmart cyber-attacks and the latest on coronavirus scams.

She will present for approximately 20 minutes, and then have a Q & A period.

7:30 We will adjourn.

The Care and Share Time Bank is committed to serving the needs of the public while taking precautionary steps on behalf of our members and the community. With the outbreak of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, we are monitoring information and following guidelines provided by our city, county and state health officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

We will keep you informed of any additional changes in operation as this rapidly changing public health situation continues. 

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hOurworld Mobile Time Banking We believe in Open Innovation! We implement the best ideas of our members and coordinators. This broad based co-production model of networking and development affords us all the best tools for sustaining our local communities!


We believe in removing ALL the barriers to time banking that we can. Access to the hOurworld platform is FREE. It is easy for new members to join and learn, and easy for coordinators to manage and report on their members and activity.

We believe in supporting local diversity while maintaining a central cooperative organization to provide accessible support, training, and communications. We are documenting and teaching these models.

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We believe that time banking is one spoke in a wheel of Movements Moving Together. We foster local community organizations drawing together to create powerful local economies as they integrate CSA, Food Co-op, Buy Local, Transition Town, BALLE, CAP and others. The opportunities are endless!

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Care and Share Time Bank Membership
Interested in joining the Care and Share Time Bank?
First, watch the following video recording of an “orientation” meeting to the time bank. 
Next, please look at the Handbook.
Second, take notes with any questions you may have.
Third, send an email to Vilvi Vannak, CSTB Board President, to arrange the completion of your membership application. 

Looking forward to having you be a part of our CSTB community!
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CSTB Affiliates: Partners in Your Community!

First Unitarian Universalist Church in Columbus

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Pyramid Community Development Corporation

Clintonville Energy Collaborative

Sunny Glen Wellness

The Juniper School

Sunbury Urban Farm

Four Seasons City Farm

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