Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Winston County Smith Lake Advocacy Group - Public Meeting

The Winston County Smith Lake Advocacy, Inc. is holding a public meeting on Friday, April 3rd. The meeting starts at 7 PM and will be held at the Traders & Farmers Bank in Arley.
At this meeting you can find out about volunteer efforts & opportunities to keep Winston County & Smith Lake clean & beautiful. You can learn how to participate in the 2009 Renew Our Rivers Clean-ups in Winston County. And the highlight will be hearing from Auburn University's Dr. Bill Deutsch about the state of local watersheds and water quality. Of particular interest to the Winston County Natural Resources Council is that a presentation will be made to the Council from the Advocacy Group and Alabama Power Company for $1000 to be used towards FAWN activities. Hope to see you at this FREE public meeting!
The mission of the Winston County Smith Lake Advocacy is to preserve and protect the environmental quality of Lewis Smith Lake and its tributaries through education of the public and promotion and implementation of sound environmental practices.

1 comment:

Mike said...

Winston County Smith Lake Advocacy Inc. is a key supporter of the FAWN program for Winston County youth. In addition to the funds, they've led programs at FAWN to educate youth about natural resources. Laverne Matheson, Tom Grubbs, Mary Ann Crunk, and Judy Lambert are just a few names from Winston County Smith Lake Advocacy Inc. that come to mind. Thanks for the funds and the leadership on natural resource education. I'm sure we'll have several members at the April 3rd meeting in Arley.