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Edgewood Preserve June 2009 events

Hello all,
Some important and fun and worthy things…..please read.  Any questions, or for more info, don’t hesitate to contact me on any of the items listed below.  I will be in Albany tomorrow (Monday) for LI Lobby Day.  Will report back on this soon.  Thanks!  Patricia, Friends of the Edgewood Preserve.
Update! YOGA FOR A CAUSE! Tuesday, June 9th, 9:30AM to 10:50AM
Yoga class with Edna de Beer Gruvman to help support Friends of the Edgewood Preserve.  Donate what you wish.  Class will be held at:  Variations – a Dancer’s Studio, 180 Spring Street, Huntington.  Call Edna at 631-553-7284 for more info or to reserve your place.  Please help us continue to protect what’s important!
Alert! PUBLIC HEARING TO STOP SC LEGISLATORS FROM RAIDING THE PUBLIC’s LAND PRESERVATION FUND!! Tuesday, June 9th, 2:30PM
Rose Y. Caracappa Auditorium, 725 Vets Memorial Hwy, Smithtown
Let SC Legislators Cameron Alden and DuWayne Gregory know that their bill (Resolution #1458-2009 is not what the public voted for!!!!! Make sure YOUR legislator VOTES NO on this shameful legislation!
Contact YOUR SC legislator and let him or her know that they MUST VOTE NO!  Money that the voters said should be used for the Drinking Water Protection Program — SC’s most successful land preservation program should not now be re-allocated as a slush fund.  (For more info about this contact LI Pine Barrens Society — garvey@pinebarrens.org.)
Update! PLANTING DAY AT EDGEWOOD!!  Saturday, June 27th, 9AM to 1PM
As some of you know, we had to postpone our planting day from this weekend (Saturday, June 6) to SATURDAY, June 27th, from 9AM to 1PM, due to problems with topsoil delivery and plant availability.
Please consider helping us out on June 27th — we will be planting dozens of black-eyed susans in the fenced areas in the parking lot.  Come for an hour or more.  Bring a friend.  Tools, gloves and water provided, however, if you wish to bring your own gloves and tools — great!  Thanks and hope to see you then!
(raindate:  Sunday, June 28th, 9AM to 1PM).
Update! FATHER & CHILD HIKE at EDGEWOOD, Saturday, June 21, 11AM
Celebrate Father’s Day by exploring the woods with your kids!  This hike will be led by NYS DEC Education Staff.  Walk the trails of Edgewood, looking for nests, snakes, toads and insects and discover the plants and animals of the fields and forests of this rare and wonderful natural habitat!  For dads — and kids five and older.  Wear sturdy shoes/sneakers and long pants and bring water.  Binoculars helpful.  Please call to reserve a spot:  Ron Gelardi at 631-444-0347 or pburkhart@friendsofedgewoodpreserve.org or 242-7402.

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