Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Three Reasons Why You Will Want To Join Us For This Year's Lytle Creek Day

Saturday, October 2, 2010 we will once again celebrate the special natural resource here in our own backyard - Lytle Creek.  We are celebrating with a luncheon event at the Lytle Creek Pavilion on Davids Drive.

Thanks to a very generous donation, a "buy local" lunch will be provided to the first 100 registrations who wish to help us celebrate this special day.  As part of the local Green Alliance, the Lytle Creek League of Conservators is inviting you to celebrate our ongoing efforts and recent accomplishments in developing the greenway and turning it into an even more special recreational and educational asset.

The luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m.  Please join us as we both celebrate what we have accomplished and look forward to the future.

And, as promised, here are the reasons...

Reason 1:  We will be honoring Roy Joe Stuckey - greenway visionary and Lytle Creek League of Conservators Founder and President and friend to many.

Reason 2:  There is such a thing as a free lunch and you are invited to join us and other individuals who care deeply about Clinton County's natural resources.

Reason 3:  You will want to see the newly restored woodland area as well as the new prairie and butterfly garden in-progress.

Please register early, as seating is limited.  Register HERE or by calling Lori Williams at 725-3811.

Parking for the event will be across from the Lytle Creek Greenway pavilion on Davids Drive at the R&L facility.

The Lytle Creek League of Conservators is looking forward to seeing you October 2!