Successful Workshop in Watts Hospital-Hillandale

March 3, 2011 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

Our Clean Energy Durham neighborhood workshop was so fun and so informative!  I was excited about the workshop going into it but a little worried that it might be informative but boring and not much fun.  The workshop was incredibly informative and also so fun!  The presentation was incredibly interesting and engaging.  I’ve been quoting what I learned about household energy use with friends and family ever since.  The projects we did were easy and fun.  My favorite was cleaning the dust and dirt out from under our refrigerator.  Our trainer Dave said that it would make our fridge so much more efficient that we’d have to lower the temperature setting.  I was amazed and impressed that the next night we found that our milk was frozen, and we have already lowered the temperature setting.  The learning was fun and interesting, but maybe the coolest part was meeting and connecting with new neighbors.  My neighbors are so cool, and I am excited to know them better and to see them at the next workshop.  I loved the workshop and can’t wait for the next two!  Thank you Clean Energy Durham!

Irene

Entry filed under: Watts Hospital-Hillandale.

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