Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Lytle Creek Day - October 3, 2015

Saturday, October 3, 2015 we will once again celebrate the special natural resource we have here in our own backyard - Lytle Creek. We will celebrate at the Lytle Creek Pavilion on Davids Drive and the public is invited.  The program will begin at 1 p.m. and light refreshments will be served.

Lytle Creek League of Conservators invites you to celebrate our ongoing efforts to "create a living legacy" in the form of the Lytle Creek Greenway.  As is our custom, we will also be honoring the work of two local individuals who have made our natural environment a better place.

This year we will be honoring two men who have impacted countless lives in their roles as educators and leaders.  Rick Kneisel, retired educator and naturalist, has recently returned "home" to Clinton County and is currently active as an Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist and leader of programming for the local Lytle Creek League of Conservators' No Child Left Indoors effort.

Rick Stanforth has served as a leader and public servant in a variety of roles.  His accomplishments include leadership roles at the Cox Arboretum, the Wilmington Tree Commission, Sugargrove Cemetery and horticulturalist at the Ohio Governor's Mansion , as well as many other professional and volunteer roles has demonstrated his commitment to the natural world.   

Please join us as we celebrate our natural heritage in the form of Lytle Creek and honor two outstanding individuals.  This is our 10th annual Lytle Creek Day - our first without the founder of the organization, Roy Joe Stuckey, who we will be honoring and remembering at the event as well.  

Please register early, as seating is limited. Register HERE or by calling Lori Williams at 725-5756.

The Lytle Creek League of Conservators is looking forward to seeing you October 3.