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
A new chapter member, Curtis Stone, was sworn in by chapter president, Ray Powell, during our June member’s dinner meeting. Welcome to the chapter Curtis!
Chapter members participated in this year’s Clean the Bay Day on Saturday, June 2nd. Ten members joined in along with approximately 160 other local volunteers to clean up various areas … Read more
On Saturday, May 19th, the chapter held our annual picnic at the park. Jimmy Fanny and Jim Tromatter arrived early to set up for the festivities.The weather the … Read more
At the recent Board of Director’s Meeting the chapter donated some unclaimed Teddy Bears to the Suffolk Fire Department. The Teddy Bears were accepted by firefighter Chris Jordan … Read more
The chapter hosted our fourth annual Teddy Bear Hunt on Saturday, April 28 at the Chapter’s park. 50 children ages 3 to 10 preregistered for the event. The … Read more
Each year, our chapter awards education scholarships to students who’ve been accepted into or who are currently attending an accredited college, university, or technical school, and who are pursuing an appropriate course of study related to conservation and the environment. The annual amount of funding for this scholarship depends on … Read more