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Lauri Cielo

Lauri Cielo serves as the Director of Communications and Development at St. Peter's Church.

Green Pawprints: Ecotips for Pet Owners
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Green Pawprints: Ecotips for Pet Owners

Purchase pet products wisely: Just as you try to avoid toxic plastics, flame retardants and noxious household chemicals for the sake of your own health, you should also consider your pet’s health when purchasing toys, bedding and...

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July 26, 2018
Thinking Green, Living Healthy
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Thinking Green, Living Healthy

Eliminating indoor air pollution: According to the EPA, the air we breathe inside our homes and offices can be five times more polluted than the air outside, and this may be affecting you and your family’s health. The...

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July 07, 2018
Thinking Green, Living Green
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Thinking Green, Living Green

Planet-friendly ways to keep cool this summer: Avoid heat emitters. In terms of household appliances, chores, and duties, avoid or modify those that emit heat during the summer. For example: Try to grill or cook your food...

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June 11, 2018
Green Beginnings
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Green Beginnings

Bring your own shopping bags. Plastic bags are the second most prevalent form of litter after cigarette butts, and over 4 billion bags get caught by the wind and end up clogging storm drains and littering our forests,...

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April 09, 2018
Ashes to Go February 14
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Ashes to Go February 14

Thousands of commuters will be greeted by white-robed clergy as they exit the Septa trains this Wednesday at Market East Station. The Rev. Claire Nevin-Field and the Rev. Sean Lanigan will distribute ashes from 7:30–9...

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February 12, 2018
The Journey of the Vestry Chair
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The Journey of the Vestry Chair

This article was written by Judy Van Hoy. One day, 5-10 years ago (I really don’t remember when), I was walking home from my job at Germantown Friends School. As I was walking, either on...

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January 09, 2018
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Nice New Kneelers

This article was written by Libby Browne. Have you noticed that we have new kneelers at the communion rail? Nancy Fago and Elaine Markezin noticed not long ago that the old ones, especially the central...

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October 03, 2017