We hope you can join us along the shores of Lake Mauweehoo for
Naromi Land Trust's Annual Meeting beginning at 6:30 pm at the Lake Mauweehoo Clubhouse. Bring the family, enjoy refreshments with ice cream for purchase from Jason the Ice Cream Man and hear from our keynote speaker, Debbie Corcione, founder and Director of the Wildlife-Line, Inc., a wildlife rehabilitator located in Sherman. The Annual Meeting is free and open to the public.
Debbie Corcione started the Wildlife-Line in 2008 but has been a rehabilitator over 25 years. The mission of Wildlife-Line is to rescue and rehabilitate orphaned or injured wildlife and return them to their natural habitat. While many of the animals have obvious signs of injury or neglect, there are many animals who appear to be abandoned but are not. There are many guidelines for how to assess if an animal requires rescue and she will share some of that information in her presentation. Debbie believes that every animal should have a chance to live out its natural life and she hopes to share her experience and expertise with the community. Come and learn more about the amazing resource we have right here in Sherman.
The evening will include a short business meeting.
The Clubhouse at Lake Mauweehoo is the intersection of Route 37 South and Leach Hollow Road. Contact Naromi's office at 860-354-0260 or naromi.org for more information.