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Cameron Smith, of The Organic Gardner, oversees friends Greta Zoll, 10, Elsa Hyscer, 10, and Adelaide Riedl, 10, all of Wilmette, plant green bean seeds at the Going Green Matters environmental fair Sunday, March 11, at the at Michigan Shores Club in Wilmette. Photos by Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media
Alicia Cirrincione (left) and her daughter, Maddie, 10, at the D39 Environmental Awareness booth, speak with Carter McManus, 11, of Wilmette.
A car from Tesla is shown in the parking lot.
Rich Huszagh and Bob Schultz (left), volunteers at the LED Lighting Options booth, talk with Barb Steptoe, of Wilmette.
Mary McLaughlin (right), of the Trees That Feed Foundation, serves some snacks to Dave Olchowka, of Northbrook.
“Plastic Man” Patrick Lennon, 17, of Kenilworth is a roaming message for the environmental detriments of plastic bags. Lennon is a member of the New Trier Environmental Club.
Alexa Burnell, Freelance Reporter
6:11 pm CDT March 11, 2018
Go Green Wilmette and the Village of Wilmette welcomed more than 100 environmentally-conscious exhibitors to partake in the 12th annual community environmental fair on Sunday, March 10, held at the Michigan Shores Club.