Issue 40 October 4

Last week, Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve’s superintendent Chris Hughes paid us a visit to speak about the beautiful land and wonderful resources that the National Park Service has provided right here in our backyard. The Fort Caroline Memorial, Kingsley Plantation and Little Talbot Island alone provide over 6,000 years of human history spread across 46,000 acres. There is no admission fee for any of these parks, by the way!

This week our guest speaker is City Council President Anna Brosche. She’ll share her leadership plan and vision for the upcoming year in our local government.

Our 4th Annual Clay Shoot is fast approaching! Join us on October 7 to support this fundraiser for our Youth Achiever Program scholarship. Also, please bring a bottle of wine to the meeting for our wine raffle (details below). We’ll start selling tickets in two weeks and the drawing will be held at the November 1 meeting.

We send heartfelt blessings to our Jewish members that observed Yom Kippur this weekend.

See you Wednesday!

Julie Clements
2017 SBMC President

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