Spring fundraiser focuses on commitment to education
Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary’s Annual Spring Benefit will be held on Sunday, May 3, from 4 to 7 p.m. They will be honoring David and Jeannette Redden for their commitment to education and conservation in the Hudson Valley, and celebrating the value of nature education and the promise it holds for the future of the Hudson River.
Stephanie Impellittiere, the principal of the Garrison Union Free School, will be providing comments, and the center will recognize Sandra Nice for her contribution to early childhood education about the natural world.
The benefit will be held at Ananouri, the home of Anne Sidamon-Eristoff in Highland Falls. It provides much needed funds in support of Constitution Marsh’s education and stewardship programs that protect this essential wildlife habitat. Call 845-265-2601 for more information.
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