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CHARLIE HABECKER MEMORIAL!!
THANKS FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT!!
Charlie's memorial tree, a BlackHaw (Viburnum Family) is planted on the east side of the parking entrance to the Park Forest Library. It currently looks like a large bush right now, but will grow into a beautiful tree with spring flowering and fall leaf color. There is a very nice bronze memorial plaque at the base to identify its owner! Since the timing is a bit past and Charlie's family will not participate, we have decided to not have a formal dedication. You are welcome to perform your own according to your memories of Charlie. Thank you all again for your support and well wishes.
(See Article in our July-August Newsletter in the Communications Section)
GREAT FIELD TRIPS 2017-18!
COMING SOON !!
Birds and small animals.
Many thanks to Susan W. for the info.
NEW TO THORN CREEK AUDUBON?
Just click to find the numerous projects and events TCA sponsors or partners in during the year. Its just $15 per year to join and participate in the many successes of TCA in the conservation, environment and education theater. Questions can be directed to any of the Directors listed on our "About Us" page on this website. Be part of the solution!
NEXT TCA MEETING
FIRST WEDNESDAY NIGHT
FRIENDS OF THORN CREEK WOODS
and THORN CREEK NATURE CENTER
Thorn Creek Woods Nature Center and their Naturalists present these Spring/Summer children's educational programs:
Registration required for most programs:
The Newsletter includes not only youth educational program information, but adult programs as well. Nature Center and Nature Preserve work schedule, volunteer updates, complete event schedule, historical information and membership applications are also included. There really is something for everyone at Thorn Creek Nature Preserve, so take a minute to peruse this addition!
ANNUAL AUDUBON ADVENTURES APPEAL
Thorn Creek Audubon Society for years has been providing Audubon Adventures magazines and workbooks free of charge to classrooms and teachers in our area to help educate young people about the environment and the need to preserve it for future generations. The magazine is designed for the third through sixth grades. Along with your donation of $45.95 you can send the information for a teacher/classroom of your choice and we will be sure the magazine (30 copies) is delivered to them 4 times this year.Contributions should be sent to"Thorn Creek Audubon Adventures Fund"; Sue Putnam; P.O. Box 895; Park Forest, Il.; 60466.