July 28, 2017

Loon Echo Land Trust’s 30th Annual Meeting and celebration party

http://fiddleheadcenter.org/index.htmlBridgton, ME (July 24th, 2017) – Loon Echo Land Trust invites you to enjoy an evening on the shores of Highland Lake in Bridgton for Loon Echo’s 30th Annual Meeting on Sunday, August 20; this is a celebration of 30 years of land conservation held at the Tarry-A-While Resort in Bridgton.
Weather permitting, for the first 50 to sign up there will be a party boat flotilla tour of Highland Lake at 3 p.m. from the Tarry-A-While dock, followed by a cash bar and appetizers at 5 p.m. The Annual Meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a message from Loon Echo’s President, David Diller. Then there will be: the secretary’s report, a review of the financial report, election of the board of directors, the th Anniversary.
executive director’s report and a toast to Loon Echo’s 30

After the meeting, everyone is invited to stay on for a 6 p.m. lobster and steak bake on the shores of Highland Lake. The cost of the lobster and steak bake dinner is $35 per person. Reserve your spot by emailing or calling Kelli Shedd by August 16 at 207-647-4352 (ext. 301) or membership@lelt.org. Registration is also available online by visiting www.lelt.org/30years.

Loon Echo Land Trust protects nearly 6,700 acres of land and manages 31 miles of multi-use trails in the northern Sebago Lake region. Its mission is to work with the local residents to conserve the region’s natural resources and character for current and future generations. Loon Echo serves seven towns including Bridgton, Casco, Denmark, Harrison, Naples, Raymond and Sebago with an area of 320 square miles located directly north of Sebago Lake.  

For more information about upcoming events or ways you can support Loon Echo Land Trust, go to their website www.lelt.org or call 207-647-4352.

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