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Native Americans of Wekiva River

this is not a sierra club sponsored event, just something we thought you might enjoy. :)

You’re invited…

WHAT:   A special presentation on the latest about Native Americans     who called the Wekiva River home, thousands of years ago,plus, a rare display of artifacts, and “themed” refreshments.

WHEN:   August 1, 2013, at 6:15pm-7:15pm

WHERE: 

Community Room of the Seventh Day Adventist Church

WHO:  Presented by Dr. Asa Randall, faculty of Univ. of Oklahoma & Fellow, UF Lab of S.E. Archeology.

Sponsored jointly by Friends of the Wekiva River, 

Wekiwa Springs State Park, and

     Wekiva Wilderness Trust.

Questions Call Dr. Russell Bryant, Program Chair,[masked], or

  Deede Sharpe, FOWR President,[masked] 

                             

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  • Ken

    Double commtment

    July 31, 2013

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