Pipeline Committee Supper Information

Some additional information…

Sunday MAY 31 5-7:30 pm

Please pass the word that the Mason Pipeline Committee is hosting a supper for fellowship, education, and a bit of fundraising. The supper is open to all, not just Mason residents.

The MPC will use the supper to strengthen the community’s collective resolve to find a better solution for New Hampshire’s energy needs than a pipeline cutting through our beautiful New Hampshire towns.

The MPC will use the supper to provide educational opportunities for anyone who is interested in learning more about the proposed pipeline, alternatives to the pipeline, and how Mason and other pipeline-affected towns are facing the pipeline-to-be challenge.

The MPC will use any funds collected to bring the pipeline message (of the pipeline towns and affected citizens) to local, state, and federal politicians, to support legal challenges to the currently proposed pipeline route, and to support efforts to present alternatives.

This is a donation supper, please donate what you can to help! Any questions, or if you need a ride we will even try to accommodate if not too far away.

Michelle Scott 603-878-1680 or

Michele Siegmann 603-878-9066

See you on May 31, 2015, at the Mason Congregational Church, 5-7:30PM.

Kathy Chapman, Mason Pipeline Committee