While other IKES were at our chapter park for our fall cleanup, several more were at the Suffolk Clean Community Commission’s (SCCC) recycling and tire amnesty event. The … Read more
Saturday morning, September 14th, 26 chapter members arrived at the park for the fall cleanup. As a result of the good turnout, the volunteers managed to complete most of the maintenance items on the “to do list”.
Weeds were cleared from the dam, the gazebo area and around the edge … Read more
The September 2019 issue of our monthly Chapter newsletter is available for download at S-N IWLA Blue Heron Times September 2019 Newsletter. To sign-up to receive our newsletters on an ongoing monthly basis, please consider adding your email address to our … Read more
The officers and Board Members for the 2019-2020 term of office were sworn in at the August 21st member’s dinner meeting. The group was sworn in … Read more
Mr. Jacob Bosco was sworn in as a new chapter member during the August chapter member’s dinner meeting.
In the photo below he is pictured second from the left, being sworn in by Jim Trommatter, our Virginia Division Representative and outgoing Treasurer.
Welcome to the chapter Jacob!
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
A group of dedicated chapter volunteers worked through the heat and humidity on August 21st to participate in the chapter’s semi annual Adopt-A-Road cleanup. Prior to the monthly dinner meeting, 17 volunteers picked up trash and debris from along Kings Fork Road and a section of Providence Road. 10 Bags … Read more
On August 6th, 2019, Wanda Gerard, our chapter’s Marketing Chair, coordinated a National Night Out (NNO) display booth for our chapter, in partnership with Master Gardeners in her role as Suffolk Master Gardener Coordinator. The NNO event was held at Suffolk High School.