Learn how much money we raised at the Save Guana Gala, and check out our photos and our press coverage too!  The Times Union put our gala on the front page of Shorelines with the headline: "Save Guana Now grows in stature."  It goes on to say we've "morphed into a serious advocacy group for our area." Though it's not online, you can see the article by clicking here and scrolling all the way down; you'll also find the link to the Ponte Vedra Recorder's terrific online coverage of our event (a spread in their most recent edition, April 13). 

Our photo coverage includes two beautiful new yard signs that made their debut at the Gala - one featuring the amazing artwork of 12-year-old Sophia Allen, and the other featuring an irresistible photo by Craig O'Neal with the headline: Stay Wild. You can order either one!

Even if you didn't make it to the gala, we're asking EVERYONE to patronize the businesses that helped make it a success. They're all on that same web page.  Thank you Bob Davenport for taking so many wonderful photographs of our event.

If you snapped photos of the Gala, we'd love to add them to our website. Just reply to this email and attach them.

We're still awaiting the first hearing date with the Planning and Zoning board. In the mean time, our new land use consultant, Dodi Glas and our attorney Jane West are both working hard to prepare for the hearings. When we have a hearing date, you'll be the first to know.

Thank you so much for your support and for helping to make Save Guana Now a serious advocacy group for our area. And thanks to everyone who made the Save Guana Gala a success!

Nicole Crosby and Gary Coulliette

P.S.  We're now on Facebook!  (< Click that link.) Check there for further updates.

View of shoreline of Outpost property that Save Guana Now is striving to save from development.