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Friends of Bridges House (FOBH) is the nonprofit organization charged with the care and community outreach for NH’s governor’s official residence. This unique location is perfect for nonpartisan gatherings of all kinds.
First Lady Sununu; Robin Organ of Project Green Schools; students across NH, administrators, educators and others gathered at The Bridges House to network and create a platform for access and resources in greening-up their schools and communities. The Youth Council also served as an auditing body to make sure The Bridges House set an impeccable example for sustainable events and home management. Both parties believe that the path toward a greener and more sustainable future is through community-driven projects and we were excited to provide support for future leaders and entrepreneurs through this council as well as through our Green EXPO, featuring a Shark-Tank style competition for young Green-ovators.
Prize money was awarded to 3 projects to further their efforts.
Youth Council members also had opportunities to discuss their concerns about the environment with Governor Sununu, 1st Lady Valerie Sununu, leaders of government, the commissioners of Department of Education (DOE) and Department of Environmental Services (DES) Services, NH state business and community groups.
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