We’ve got two new events on our November calendar.
1. November Monthly Meeting – National Parks
Wednesday night, Nov. 18th at 7PM in the Mahlon Adams Pavilion in Freedom Park. (We are meeting a week early in November due to Thanksgiving.) As a follow-up to the Ken Burns PBS presentation on our National Parks, our November meeting will give members a chance to share their personal stories about their visits to national parks. Members will screen digital photos and talk about their favorite hikes and experiences.
We still have time to add a few presenters. If you’d like to show your digital photos from national parks at the meeting, all you need to do is put your photos on a flash drive for a 5-10 minute “show and tell.” Please contact Steve Copulsky in advance if you have photos to show at 704-543-7493 or email@example.com.
2. Sign-Up for a Local Sierra Club Hike
Sunday, November 22 – Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill.
Start: 9:00 AM. End: About 12 Noon.
This moderate hike is a nice 6 mile loop through the woods of this 2,300 acre nature preserve in nearby Fort Mill. We’ll cross 3 swinging bridges and see two 19th century log cabins, including one that belonged to Billy Graham’s grandfather. The land is fairly level, but it’s a trail through the woods, not a flat paved greenway such as those in Mecklenburg County. Hiking boots are recommended. If you’d like to sign up, contact Steve Copulsky at 704-543-7493 or firstname.lastname@example.org.