The chapter’s guest speaker for the August member’s dinner meeting was Joel Wiedel. Joel is a Virginia Conservation Police Officer. Officer Wiedel is a Virginia native born and raised in … Read more
The chapter held it’s first archery camp the week of June 17th. The camp was conducted by chapter Youth Program Coordinator Rob Carpenter, Chapter Board Member Dean Matty, Nathaniel Carpenter and Dean’s daughter Malory.
The event was held in conjunction with the Nansemond Suffolk Academy’s summer camp program. Two school … Read more
The guest speaker for our April 17th member’s dinner meeting was Heather Lockwood. Heather works for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation as their Virginia Oyster Restoration Specialist. She has … Read more
The guest speaker for our March 20th member’s dinner meeting was Chris Prohaska. Chris is the Outdoor Recreation Specialist for Suffolk Parks and Recreation. He works through out … Read more
The guest speaker for the October member’s meeting was Andy Hawkins. Andy is a retired science teacher and is currently on the board of directors for the Coastal … Read more
On Saturday, September 29th, the chapter held a Youth Fishing Rodeo at our chapter park. The event was originally scheduled for September 15th but was postponed due … Read more
The guest speaker for the chapter’s August dinner meeting was Jammica Boone. Jammica is the Hampton Roads Marketing Representative for “Recycling Perks”. The topic of her presentation was ” Recycling … Read more
The afternoon of August, 7th, 2018 at Kings Fork Middle School during the National Night Out event, was one of the hottest and most humid days in recent memory.
In this fierce heat, … Read more
Mr. Glenn McCloskey joined us for our July member’s meeting as our guest speaker. Mr. McCloskey is the Executive Director of the Suffolk Humane Society.
The Suffolk Humane Society … Read more
Our chapter awarded two $2,000 scholarships to local environmentally minded students on June 20th. Chapter Scholarship Committee Chairman, David Perdue, presented the awards to Chesapeake residents Eli Hoar, left, and … Read more