Our chapter continues to grow with three new members being sworn in during the July 21st member’s meeting. Chapter Vice President, Darden Langston, swore in (pictured left … Read more
Our Chapter presented two conservation minded local students with scholarships. The scholarship awards were presented by David Perdue, the chapter’s Scholarship Committee chair, during the July 21st member’s meeting.
The chapter held it’s first member’s meeting in over a year at the park on Saturday. The weather was perfect and best of all, no masks were required! Everyone brought a picnic lunch and enjoyed a great afternoon catching up with current members and getting to know some new members. … Read more
Early on Saturday, April 24th sixteen Chapter volunteers met at the park for the spring cleanup and maintenance work day. The weather cooperated with overcast skies, cool temperatures and holding off the rain until later in the afternoon. Volunteers worked on placing telephone poles along the park entrance, grubbing out … Read more
Two additional new members were sworn in on Saturday, April 24th. During the Park cleanup/maintenance work day, Virginia Wahab and Richard Swink were sworn in by chapter … Read more
Prior to our monthly Board of Directors meeting on April 12th, Mike Butler was sworn in as a new member by chapter president Ray Powell. The swearing … Read more
On Saturday, March 27th, the chapter participated in the Hampton Roads area clean-up. The event was hosted by Hampton Roads in partnership with Keep America Beautiful and … Read more
According to the Suffolk News Herald, the Keep Suffolk Beautiful recycling event held on Saturday, February 20th was one of the busiest recycle events seen in Suffolk. Wayne Jones, from the Public Works Litter Control Office, was quoted as saying that there were 370 vehicles that participated during the 3 … Read more
Over the Memorial Day weekend, the Nansemond-Suffolk Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America awarded two $1,000.00 college scholarships to local conservation minded students. Chapter Scholarship Committee Chair, David Perdue, … Read more
The chapter held our monthly dinner meeting on February 19th at the Kings Fork Community House.
A chili cook off, coordinated by Joyce Dugan and Wanda Gerard, supplied the main course for dinner. Salad, corn bread and a variety of desserts rounded out the meal. There were eight entries competing … Read more