Friends of Vernon Marsh

Vernon Marsh, Waukesha County, WI | est. 2008 ~ Education | Preservation | Restoration

Annual Meeting 7 pm

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Tuesday December 5, 2017 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
2109 Corporate Dr., Mukwonago, WI  (map)

posted by Friends Of Vernon Marsh

AGENDA       BALLOT

We hope you will be able to join us at our annual meeting this year on December 5, 2017 at the Citizens Bank of Mukwonago: Waukesha Office. Dianne Robinson from the DNR will be presenting this year on Wildlife Management within an Urban Landscape. Dianne has spoken to us before and has led many hikes into the Vernon Marsh. Don't miss this one!

We will also be accepting memberships and renewals for 2018 at the meeting. Your membership helps us with our mission in so many ways. During this past year we have been busy raising money for our Land Purchase Fund in order to help expand the Vernon Marsh Wildlife Area. Please consider renewing your membership for 2018! Your entire membership fee is tax-deductible.

We will provide light snacks at the meeting. See attachments for more information.

I have included an Agenda and a Board of Director's ballot with this email. If you are a member (paid in 2016 or 2017) or lifetime member and cannot attend the meeting on December 5th, please vote by mail. Send your ballot to the address listed on it. Or, you can scan it and send it back to me at this e-mail if that's more convenient.

By the way, we are looking to expand our Board of Directors, so if you are at all interested in actively helping to protect the Vernon Marsh, please consider nominating yourself or a friend! Contact me for more information at the number below.

Please RSVP to this e-mail address, [email protected], or call Allen Stasiewski at 414-507-8358.

Thank you, and hope to see you at the meeting.

  Important! One of the Friends of Vernon Marsh objectives is to protect the Vernon Marsh.  A 4 lane divided highway through the Pebble Creek Environmental Corridor north of the Marsh is a threat to our watershed, the Fox River and the Vernon Marsh!    

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