Tip-a-licious Thursday


March 28, 2009, 8:30 PM

For just one hour the earth can go dark to celebrate the natural wonders of the planet, conserve energy and support finding a solution for climate change.
2008’s Earth Hour had over 50 million participants around the globe. This year they are hoping for more. Already several major US cities have pledged to take part. Currently there are over 405 cities in 74 countries have pledged to turn out their lights for 60 minutes. That’s over double of the number of cities from last year.
Earth Hour is celebrated Sat March 28th at 8:30 pm in your local time zone. It is just like New Year’s Eve. It’ll start in New Zealand and sweep across the globe through all the time zones creating beautiful darkness for all those that choose to participate. You can sign up at http://www.earthhourus.org/, there you will also find links to other countries and events participating in Earth Hour. You can even start your own family tradition by participating every year.

We here at Frugalicious Mommy plan to participate in this event and welcome all of you to join us so, turn out the lights and enjoy Earth Hour 2009 on March 28 with us and the rest of the world.

Please drop us a comment if you plan on participating, we'd love to see how many of our readers will join this world wide event.......

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