I spent the afternoon today at the Belfast Boathouse with several others building windows for Window Dressers — ingeniously designed window inserts for fuel efficiency. The sign on the wall said that each square foot of window insert saves nearly one gallon of heating oil from “literally going out the window!” And the 500 window inserts built this week will save our community approximately $20,000 in heating oil costs this year. This means that the inserts will keep 110,000 pounds of carbon dioxide our of our air. So, a great community project that’s helping reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Tom, Mary and other St. Margaret’s folks participated. Pictured here is my plastic-applying partner Janet. Thanks to Frank Mundo and his crew for a superbly organized community project!