Going Greener event set for tonight

Hamilton County Going Greener is scheduled for Tuesday at 600 Second St.

The event is an opportunity to learn and share ideas on how to live more earth friendly and is scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Ken and Kathy Getting have pledged a dollar for every person who attends Hamilton County Going Greener toward the installation of a solar powered art sculpture planned for the park adjacent to Webster City’s city hall. An anonymous donor has also pledged to donate a dollar for each person attending the Hamilton County Going Greener event.

Maureen Seamonds of the Pottery Station is also donating a portion of the sales from a selection of coffee cups at Hamilton County Going Greener to the art installation.

Local experts providing information at the come-and-go gathering include Brian Stroner, City of Webster City, John Laird, Hamilton County Conservation, Chris Kehoe, The Trash Man, Terry Klaver, Hamilton County Water Management, Lynette Seigley, Project Aware, Logan Welch, Van Meter, Margot Conard, Climate Reality and Karen Wilke, The Nature Conservancy