Green Day Showcases SIGSC Green Spaces!

Have you ever wondered which wooded lots may one day have houses built on them and which are preserved in perpetuity thanks to you and your conservancy? Then please come out and celebrate with us on Saturday, September 23  as the Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy Board of Directors brings you Green Day! Begin by stopping by the Oyster Catcher Community Center between 2:00 and 2:30 to pick up your travel documents.

Visit as many sites as you wish until 4:00 pm, experiencing the uniqueness of each conserved property. Docents will share some special facts while stamping your Green Day passport. Each stamp earns you a raffle ticket to win prizes including a $100 gift certificate to Hege’s restaurant.

After 4:00 pm, return to the Community Center to go through customs and to join the celebration with former board members and property donors. Live animals from Camp St. Christopher’s Barrier Island may be your first stop on the front porch. The pure sounds of Bob Becker performing green tunes will draw you inside. Next gather up some homemade appetizers and a selection of beverages while perusing the environmental displays from several local groups.

Do you need a bird list or trail map? If so, you are in the right place. Make sure you keep your raffle tickets handy as you may be a lucky winner in the exciting drawings.

No Conservancy monies will be used on this day as the current SIGSC Board of Directors is funding Green Day to thank our community for their continuing support.

Together we can maintain our unique natural environment and keep the island’s property values strong. Please join us on September 23!

For more information about SIGSC go to http://www.sigsc.org

-Submitted by Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy

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One Response to Green Day Showcases SIGSC Green Spaces!

  1. Marty Penkhus says:

    What a wonderful idea! It speaks to the mission of the Green space to the Seabrook community so well, showcases the natural beauty of the island and how these spaces contribute to the quality of living we all enjoy daily. It will also allow like the minded, old and new, to get to know each other and from that comes a sense of ownership and perhaps more land. My regret is we won’t be returning until October. Hope you have a wonderful sunny day.

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