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SEMG - The Sierra Club's Southeast Michigan Group

The SEMG is the local voice for the Sierra Club, our nation's oldest, largest, & most influential grassroots environmental organization. SEMG's 6,500 members work together to protect our communities and our planet.

We meet on the first, second, third and last Thursdays of the month to discuss, plan, and work on environmental issues relevant to southeast Michigan.

The Southeast MI Group (SEMG) Programs are presented during SEMG's monthly General Membership Meetings. These meetings give members and non-members alike the opportunity to socialize, make environment-related announcements, and discuss SEMG business matters. See below for upcoming topic details.

The business meeting will begin at 7:00 sharp. The featured programs listed below begin at 7:30pm. All are welcome, members and non-members alike, so please consider bringing a friend!

Elks Lodge, 2401 E 4th St, Royal Oak, MI ‎48067
S of 11 Mile Road, on 4th Street and Stephenson Hwy. (I 75 Service Drive). Enter parking lot from Stephenson or 4th Street. (map)

When: The first Thursday of each month (except January, July, and August). 

Meeting schedule is as follows:
        6:30-7:00 - Light Refreshments, (Meet & Greet)
- Business meeting (brief local club update)
        7:30-9:00 - Program (for a schedule of programs, click here)

To learn more about SEMG gatherings, visit the SEMG Committees General Info page.

Check out the linked pages in the NavBar to the left. The Activist is our award deserving newsletter. The Activist page has many back issues archived with lists of contents.




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