CNC - Nature Club Program - Hightower Trail
Date: Thursday, February 28
Time: 7 pm - social & dinner
7:30 pm - presentation
9(ish) - program ends
Ages 16 - Adult
Cost: $10 General Public/$5 CNC Member/CNC Volunteers and Master Naturalist Graduates FREE
The Hightower Trail
Already a well-established route in the 1700s, the Hightower Trail was an Indian thoroughfare and part of a network of trails connecting Augusta with the Etowah River area and Alabama. We'll learn about its connection to Roswell and the Chattahoochee River. Learn all about it from master storyteller and native Georgian Lisa Simpson
Lisa is a native Georgian and grew up in Warm Springs, Georgia. She has lived all over the Southeast and has been a resident of Roswell for the past 27 years. She has a passion for environmental education, historical studies and storytelling.
Lisa was the first recipient of the Roswell Heritage Center Oral Arts Certification for storytelling. She volunteers as a guide for the North Fulton Teaching Museum and Roswell Historical Society walking tours. She has proudly been a volunteer docent at the Chattahoochee Nature Center for over 15 years. She graduated from Georgia Southern College with a degree in Vocational Home Economics and worked with the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service as Home Economist. She added Early Childhood Education certification at Kennesaw State University and taught school for 29 years.
Please bring the following based on last name:
A to G Side Dish
H to N Drinks
O to T Dessert
U to Z Entree
This is a suggestion only.
This is your club. Please get involved. If there is a topic you want to learn more about please submit it to the group. If you know someone who is an expert in an area appropriate for our group submit that as well. We hope you can make it.
If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca or Carla.