Annual Meeting Information
• The FMSSF Annual Meeting is open to members, guests of members and all friends of the Forest
• Spend the evening enjoying great food and good company
• Learn about Plymouth’s Native American heritage through a study of the Robbins Museum of Archaeology Whiting Collection of over 5,000 artifacts from Keynote Speakers Dr. Curtiss Hoffman, Professor of Anthropology, Bridgewater State University and Student Jake Hall.
• Celebrate the accomplishments of this year’s FMSSF Volunteers of the Year, Irina Kadis and Alexey Zinovjev, whose website www.salicicola.com displays their extensive catalog of native and invasive plants in the Myles Standish State Forest.
• Come early for happy hour (5:30 PM) or dinner (6:00 PM) at a special FMSSF member price or join the group for coffee and dessert (6:30 PM) at the East Bay Grille at the Pinehills Golf Club.
• Donations happily accepted (but not required) to help support this event and projects benefitting the MSSF.
Keynote Speaker Dr. Curtiss Hoffman will present new research on the Robbins Museum of Archaeology Whiting Collection at the Friends of Myles Standish State Forest 5th Annual Meeting at the East Bay Grille Pinehills Golf Club, 7:00 PM, May 16, 2012.
Sautéed chicken breast with mushrooms, shallots and prosciutto in a Marsala wine reduction served over wild mushroom raviolis, topped with asparagus spears.
Chicken tenderloins sautéed and finished with capers and mushrooms in a lemon-garlic wine sauce
Cajun seasoned salmon finished with tomato butter
Tender hand cut sirloin marinated in teriyaki sauce and char grilled
Vegan Stir Fry or Eggplant Parmesan
Dinners include chowder or a salad, entree and dessert for $30 per person, including tax and gratuity. Dessert and coffee only is $5. Cash bar. RSVP with dinner choice by May 13 to Sharl Heller at [masked]. Pay at the Annual Meeting directly to the East Bay Grille at the Pinehills Golf Club - http://www.pinehillspaviliongrille.com/grille.php.