Georgia Chapter, Sierra Club
National Sierra Club
The Centennial Group of the Georgia
Chapter of the Sierra Club was organized in 1992, the one hundredth anniversary
of the Sierra Club. Our members from Cobb, Cherokee, and North Fulton
counties volunteer to educate, help, and encourage our fellow citizens to
protect Georgia?? "!s environment for our children, grandchildren, and
We meet on the first
Thursday of each month at Life University. We host a variety
of programs relating to our goals or simply about Georgia's natural beauties.
We also hold free outings for members and nonmembers.
January 6 Program: Hot Conservation Topics
Meeting Description: A roundtable discussion on local conservation issues.
Presenters: Roberta Cook, River Line Historic Area & Silver Comet Trail; Anne Saine, Friends of Camp McDonald; Brionte McCorkle, Sierra Club transportation organizer.
Social 6:30 pm; Dinner 7:00 pm
Meeting Location: Life University, Room 311 in Upper Gymnasium, 1269 Barclay Circle SE, Marietta, GA 30060
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7:00pm - Social time
and new member welcome
7:30pm - Program begins and lasts 1.5-2 hours
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PHOTO ON RIGHT: Congratulations to Bob Springfield for being awarded Best in Show at the Georgia Appalachian Trail Club’s Photo Contest last weekend. His winning photo is a close up of cactus he shot on a trip to Death Valley National Park last February.
We have other areas of
interest just waiting for citizens like you to join and help lead.
You are invited to come to a monthly meeting to learn more about
us, email us at email@example.com.
A group representative
will get back to you.
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Adopt-A-Mile Program: In furthering our conservation efforts, the Centennial Group has adopted 2 miles on Lower Roswell Road in Marietta through the Adopt-A-Mile program coordinated by Keep Cobb Beautiful. We are doing cleanups quarterly. Need info? Call Todd Daniel at (404) 218-0924. Safety vest, road signs, and trash bags will be provided. Each participate will need to sign a release of liability. Children over the age of 13 are welcome with parent’s consent.
February - Georgia State legislative issues, featuring Mark Woodall and Neill Herring
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