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Thanks to you all for helping to make this happen! Our education program has been revitalized this year and we have done a large number of events both at our centre and as outreach.

AUGUST 24, 2015,

at 12:35 PM, Sue wrote:

 

Hi there:

I hope you are all doing great and enjoying the end of the summer.

I would like to cordially invite you all out to see our fantastic new outdoor education centre on Saturday, September 5. This phase has come together really well and we are excited to get people out to see it.

There's always more to do, but we have super outdoor ponds, native plants, and many brand new educational stations that teach about wetlands in general and turtles in particular. We even have a path leading to a real wetland.

Please let me know if any of the Grays are able to attend, and I can give you more details.

Thanks to you all for helping to make this happen! Our education program has been revitalized this year and we have done a large number of events both at our centre and as outreach. Our outdoor centre will allow us to cater to larger groups, while also illustrating first hand the importance of healthy wetlands and turtle populations.

All the best and hope to see you then.

Sue



 

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