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Ripe Idea: Planting Fresh Suggestions, Preparing for Green Apple Day of Service

Published on 13 Aug 2012 Written by Brittany Ireland Posted in Center for Green Schools

As the summer days are winding down, the Center for Green Schools is gearing up for the upcoming school year and the Green Apple Day of Service on Saturday, Sept. 29. We want to make sure you’re all fully equipped with what do to on the Day of Service to make it as successful as it can be! That’s why we’re starting “Ripe Idea,” a social media initiative that will inform our audiences about Day of Service happenings, topics, ideas and fun facts leading up to Sept. 29.

Ripe Idea will run weekly leading up to the Day of Service, and will feature ideas in five different categories: project ideas, engaging support, motivational support, spreading the word, and spotlights. You can find our great ideas on Twitter, Facebook, our blog and LinkedIn, so be sure you are following our pages and checking back regularly! And don’t forget when you see a Ripe Idea be sure to re-tweet or share via other channels.

Have any Ripe Ideas you think we should feature? Let us know! We’re always welcoming innovative and out-of-the box initiatives for the Day of Service.

See you on September 29!

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Brittany Ireland

Marketing and Communications Summer Associate

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