Monday, February 26, 2018

Drought. A GLOBAL CONCERN. February 2018. What life looks like at 'Day Zero'

Could you withstand one day, one week, or a month living in the same conditions of water rationing that the community of Cape Town, South Africa are experiencing?

TAKE ACTION NOW!   Take action now for your communities.

CDS.  CEO BEMA International



https://www.cnn.com/videos/weather/2018/02/22/cape-town-water-crisis-day-zero-life-orig.cnn

What life looks like at 'Day Zero'

CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam and his family try to use just 25 liters of water per person, to mimic what life could soon be like for Cape Town residents.

February "Ambassador's Luncheon" to hear from His Excellency Selwin Hart, Ambassador of the Barbados to the U.S.


An invitation from Sister Cities International

Join us at our February "Ambassador's Luncheon" to hear from His Excellency Selwin Hart, Ambassador of the Barbados to the U.S.


Dear friends,

Please join Sister Cities International and the City Club of Washington for our Ambassador's Luncheon this Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at the City Club of Washington.

Each month, we host a different Ambassador to speak about their work and the importance of citizen diplomacy while attendees enjoy lunch. This event will be complimentary to members of the City Club and $20 for guests.

 
  *Click on the image to download a PDF of the flyer
 
To RSVP, be sure to email Annalise Parks at annalise.parks@clubcorp.com. We hope to see you on Wednesday.

 
Sincerely,

The Sister Cities International Team
 

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