Hennies helping OREPA build new web presence

The Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance announced today that Geoffrey Hennies has offered to help with the overhaul of OREPA’s web site.
“It’s exciting,” said OREPA coordinator Ralph Hutchison. “We’re really going to rebuild the thing from the ground up. It wouldn’t be possible without Geoffery. Heck, we’re even getting a new domain name– instead of www.stopthebombs.org, we’re taking on www.orepa.org. We’ll keep the old domain under the transition, with an automatic redirect.”
The new web site will be powered by WordPress, with a design by themeforest, but the brains behind it all will be Hennies, whose brains are considerable, at least as far as web design goes.
“Eventually, I will even be able to post things myself,” said Hutchison, who is widely known for being a slow adopter in the realm of social media, electronic communication, and technology in general.

“I still don’t text,” said Hutchison, without a hint of regret.

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Sunday Vigil at Y-12 in Oak Ridge Tennessee

Sunday Vigil

OREPA has held Sunday vigils every week for more than 22 years at the main entrance to the Y-12 Nuclear Weapons Complex (intersection of Scarboro Rd and East Bear Creek Road) at 5:00pm ET. We are outdoors and space our chairs; when covid numbers are up, we encourage people to wear masks. Bring your own chair, we have some umbrellas for sun shade or rain.

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