The Sierra Club - Lancaster Group (SC-LG) will offer presentations about the Church of the Apostles Science in the Park Program and the Pequea Township Silver Mine Park's sustainable habitat plan at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 16, at Lancaster Country Day School, 725 Hamilton Road, Lancaster. The event is free and open to the public. The church and park are among nine Lancaster County organizations that recently received SC-LG Green Project Grants to help support their ventures.
Doris Robb, volunteer coordinator for the Church of the Apostles, will share information about the church's Rader Park hands-on environmental awareness and learning activities for inner-city elementary students. Megan Devenney, lead teacher in the Silver Mine Park toddler room, will talk about the park's efforts to create a sustainable habitat for native birds and game, as well as to promote awareness of the importance of natural habitat. A discussion will follow the presentations, and refreshments will be available.
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