Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club consists
of over 25,000 members. The Chapter spans
the entire state of Texas, excepting El Paso,
which is part of the Rio Grande Chapter.
Located in Austin, the Lone Star Chapter's State
Conservation Office serves Sierrans as their grassroots
communications center. We also provide Sierrans with
a full time professional activist staff employed
to represent Sierrans as we fight at the state level
to protect and conserve Texas' diverse and valuable
Sierra Club Lone
Star Chapter Awards Dinner March 31
The Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club will hold
its annual Awards Dinner in Austin on Saturday,
March 31, 2012, 6:30pm.
The dinner will be at Chez
Zee American Bistro, which has become an Austin
landmark for its cuisine, setting and famous desserts.
The Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club annually recognizes
Sierra Club members and others who have done outstanding
work in pursuit of environmental protection or in furthering
the goals and activities of the Sierra Club. Most of
the nominations for these chapter awards come from
chapter and group leaders.
This year's Awards Dinner will honor Sierrans and
others whose advocacy on citizen rights, environmental
justice as well as chapter service merit both recognition
and appreciation from the environmental community and
Dinner will include entrée and dessert. A vegetarian
entrée will be available. Cost to attend the dinner
is $45 per person, and proceeds from the dinner
benefit the Lone Star Chapter's legislative program.
The deadline for
reservations is Tuesday, March 27.
Space is very limited, so early reservations are encouraged.
Cash Bar Reception at 6:30 p.m. Dinner at 7:00 p.m.
concluding with the awards presentation.
Dress for dinner is business casual.