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2018 Annual Meeting, Potluck and Member Photo Show

Common YellowthroatThe annual meeting and election of officers and directors of the Rutland County Audubon Society will be held on July 11, 6 p.m. at the Proctor Library. A potluck supper will preceed the meeting. Bring a dish to share (utensils and beverages provided).

Our organization is dependent on volunteers to carry out our mission to preserve and protect the habitat of birds. Unfortunately, the demand for volunteers seems to exceed the supply! We have completed many important projects, but there are far American Redstartmore we could do had we more volunteers.

A good way for a beginner to get started is to attend some of our events such as a monthly marsh walk or even a board meeting as our guest. Hopefully you will learn about us and be willing to do more. We are always looking for volunteers to help out with projects and events. The next step is to join our board of directors. Our directors are really the foundation of the organization. They are dedicated to making the organization tick. They work at our seed sales, lead our outings and contribute their time to making us a success.

From our board of directors we select the officers (president, vice president, secretary and treasurer). These are our experienced directors leading us to a productive future.

We hope you will be interested in us and consider joining our effort. Nominations will be accepted from the floor at the meeting or you can contact Nominating Committee Chair Marv Elliott at birding@rutlandcountyaudubon.org prior to the meeting to discuss how you can participate. We would love to hear from you.

Following the annual report and election of directors and officers, members will have the opportunity to show us up to ten of their best bird and nature photos. If you are interested in showing your photos, please send them to birding@rutlandcountyaudubon.org.

See you at the meeting and good birding!

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