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    Saturday, August 26, 2006

    FUTURE ENERGY CENTER

    The Grand Opening of the
    Future Energy Center
    will be from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 27 at a new visitor’s center located on the Dull Homestead Farm near Dayton at 10404 National Road, Brookville, Ohio.

    - Located beneath a skyline of six 120’ wind turbines, the Future Energy Center, the environmental branch of the Dayton International Peace Museum, will feature exhibits on alternative energy technologies and ways to conserve resources and the environment...will be partially powered by an innovative, residential hydrogen unit...
    Exhibits on:
    - solar...wind...hydrogen...geothermal...
    biomass...methane...ethanol...peak oil...
    hybrid vehicles...bio-diesel...
    green building design...farmland preservation...
    - A boardwalk around a 200-year-old oak tree along a regional bikeway has been constructed by Dayton’s MetroParks in the Dulls’ old growth woods. The international Heifer Project will have some animals at the Center. Entertainment will be provided...refreshments will be available...
    - Experts on environmental issues will give talks...
    - The Grand Opening is free to the public, but donations are suggested to help support the Dayton International Peace Museum...
    - For more information on the Future Energy Center, click here.

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