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League of Women Voters to host program on carbon pricing, climate change

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League of Women Voters

The League of Women Voters of Williamson County will host a presentation at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, with guest speaker Fred LeMay speaking about carbon pricing and climate change. 

Register for the virtual event online in the calendar section of the John P. Holt Brentwood Library website at A zoom link to join the program will be emailed to all registrants one day before the event.

Fred LeMay grew up in northern Michigan and graduated from Central Michigan University with a degree in political science and history. He has worked in the property and casualty insurance industry his entire working life, witnessing the challenge of predicting probabilities in a changing climate. 

LeMay lives in Franklin with his wife, Susan. They are members of Christ United Methodist Church. Their two children attended Williamson County schools and the University of Tennessee, and both now live in Nashville with their spouses and children. 

With Jon Fite, LeMay co-founded the Williamson County chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby, an organization dedicated to addressing the challenges of climate change with an emphasis on lobbying U.S. senators and representatives on climate related initiatives.

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