The Coastal Conservation Association of Georgia
Skidaway Island Chapter
Cordially invites you to attend the
Banquet & Auction
The Landings Plantation Club Ballroom
Skidaway Island, Georgia
Thursday, April 7, 2016
6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Dress: Smart Casual
Your paid tickets held at the door
For further information call
Bill Schwickrath 912-598-5320
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The Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) is a non-profit National Organization made up of coastal state chapters from the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf of Mexico coasts. CCA members are dedicated outdoor enthusiasts who want to conserve our natural resources. We are involved in a variety of activities that include sport fishing, boating, and conservation and environmental programs. CCA provides its members with a strong local, state and national voice regarding conservation of marine resources. Georgia has a third of the remaining marshes on the East coast.
These resources are vital to the Atlantic Coast’s marine ecology and deserve every measure of conservation for future generations. CCA Georgia in its advocacy role is working hard in several areas to restore marine habitat along our coast. CCA Georgia continues to restore and enhance oyster reefs to maintain a healthy balance in GA’s coastal ecosystems. In 2015 and 2016 CCA in partnership with the Coastal Resources Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources will enhance four near-shore and in-shore reefs to enhance fish habitat. Two of these projects, The Savannah Reef and Joe’s Cut in Warsaw Sound are in our backyard. Additionally, CCA is supporting House Bill 736 which will allow funds generated from the sale of a CCA car tag to be applied to habitat enhancement projects. CCA also supported GA DNR in raising the length of Spotted Sea Trout from 13 to 14” in 2015. CCA members contribute substantial amounts of time, energy and money to this effort. The net proceeds from this evening’s event will support CCA’s state conservation efforts.
Conservation and preservation are gifts our generation leaves for our children.
50/50 FOR HABITAT RAFFLE
Drawing at the event April 7, 2016. You do not need to be present to win!
Minimum payout $1000
Raffle ticket pricing: $10 each, 3 for $25, or 15 for $100. Mail in payment with reservation card. You will receive ticket receipt(s) at registration or if not attending, by mail.
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