CCA Skidaway 2017 Banquet April 27 – Sign Up Now!

The Coastal Conservation Association of Georgia
Skidaway Island Chapter


Cordially invites you to attend the

18th Annual
Banquet & Auction
The Landings Plantation Club Ballroom
Skidaway Island, Georgia
Thursday, April 27, 2016
6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Cash Bar
Dress: Smart Casual
Your paid tickets held at the door
For further information call
Bill Schwickrath 912-598-5320

Drawing at the event April 7, 2016. You do not need to be present to win! Minimum payout $1,000 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.

Super Gold Fishing Trip Raffle
Get your tickets for this great opportunity to win a chance to fish with one of 4 of Savannah’s finest local Charter Fishing Guides in area waters. For $25 for one (1) ticket or $100 for five (5) tickets you can set yourself up for a great trip. The drawing will occur prior to the Live Auction with the first drawn ticket having their choice of trips and so on until all the trips have been claimed.
You must be present to win.

Two Ways To Register

Click Here to Print and Fill Out Reservation Card
Click Here to Register Online – Coming Soon

The current (and growing!) list of all Live Auction, Silent Auction, and Sealed Bid Items
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About CCA Skidaway

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. CCA in its advocacy role is working on many legislative efforts to fund habitat conservation projects along the Georgia coast.

In the 2016 legislature CCA worked to pass a bill to create a tag for vehicles that would allow $20 of the $25 tag costs to go to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources to fund habitat projects in near shore and inshore waters. In 2016 four habitat creation and refurbishment projects were completed. Additionally, in recent years CCA has worked to designate our popular Redfish as a gamefish species and protect it from being exploited commercially. CCA continues to work with oyster reef restoration projects to protect and improve the habitat for this keystone species.

CCA members contribute substantial amounts of time, energy and money to these efforts.

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 and their children.


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