Hard to believe but this will be our 10th Annual Meeting! We are pleased to welcome back Tony Mills from the Lowcountry Institute with his presentation "Living in our Coastal Kingdom: Lessons Learned from Lowcountry Animals". Tony is a well-known and well-respected naturalist and star of the long-running TV series Coastal Kingdom. His presentation will feature a collection of his animal friends with an opportunity for the audience to get up close and personal with these amazing creatures.
Holly Gaboriault, Project Leader for the Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex, will present a “State of the Refuges” update. Rick Shields, Friends president, will report on activities of the Friends group over the past year, and give an update on the Kingfisher Discovery Center Project. We will also hold an election to fill four open seats on the Friends Board of Directors.
This meeting is free and open to the public, with light refreshments and live music. Only Friends members are eligible to vote (you can join up or renew at the door). We are holding both an on-line auction prior to the meeting (bidding opens March 22) and a silent auction at the meeting. We will offer some exciting and unique nature-oriented items that you will not find elsewhere.
For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 912-604-1872. Directions to Palmetto Electric Coop.