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PROGRAMS:

NEW LOCATION FOR PROGRAM MEETINGS!
The Point at CC Young Retirement Center, 4847 West Lawther Drive, Dallas, TX, 75214
Directions and Map below.


Join us on May 17th for our ANNUAL PICNIC at the "Stone Tables" at White Rock Lake! Details to come.

We will resume our Entertaining and Educational Program Meetings on the third Thursdays of each month in September. See you then and have a wonderful summer of happy birding!

DRIVING DIRECTIONS and MAP:

Going South on I -75 (Central Expressway): Exit Loop 12/NW Highway. Follow signs to Loop 12 East (second fork and to the right) and merge onto TX-12 Loop East. Travel about 2.5 miles and take a right at West Lawther Drive. The main entrance to C. C. Young will be on your right, marked with a large C. C. Young sign. See map below for parking instructions.

Going North on I -75 (Central Expressway): Exit Texas Loop 12/NW Highway. Follow signs to the right (TX-12 Loop East) and merge onto TX-12 Loop East. Travel about 2.5 miles and take a right at West Lawther Drive. The main entrance to C. C. Young will be on your right, marked with a large C. C. Young sign. See map below for parking instructions.

Going East on East Mockingbird: Take the White Rock Lake/West Lawther Drive Exit to the right (this is approximately 1.6 miles from Abrams Rd.) At the stop sign go left onto West Lawther Dr. and stay in the middle lane The main entrance to C. C. Young will be on your left, marked with a large C. C. Young sign. See map below for parking instructions.

Going West on East Mockingbird: Take the White Rock Lake/West Lawther Drive Exit to the right. At the stop sign go right onto W. Lawther Dr. and get into the far left lane The main entrance to C. C. Young will be on your left, marked with a large C. C. Young sign. See map below for parking instructions.

The DART Train to White Rock Station is a nearby alternative. Be aware that you will need to walk from, and back to, the station across Northwest Highway.

AWARDS PRESENTED AT ANNUAL HOLIDAY PARTY

The Merle and Edith Hoyt Volunteer of the Year Award
Anna Palmer is the 2013 Award recipient. Anna has served as Communications VP for the Chapter since 2010. She has contributed many volunteer hours every month to posting updated information to the Chapter's website as well as our two Facebook pages, publishing newsletters and sending emails to our membership about upcoming events. Anna serves as a role model for other volunteers in her love of nature and her dedication to the Audubon mission to connect people with nature.

The Ed and Sharon Noyce Volunteer of the Year Award
This award, formerly known as the Cedar Ridge Preserve Volunteer Award, was renamed to honor Ed and Sharon Noyce whose selfless dedication have made the Preserve a much enjoyed destination for the community.

Chris Hughes is the 2013 Award recipient. Chris has been volunteering at the Preserve for a number of years. He has assisted with trail maintenance, habitat restoration, and eradicating invasive species. Chris serves as an example of the importance of volunteers in improving and preserving the natural spaces that are important to the community.