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Annual Dinner and General Meeting

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Sault Naturalists Annual Dinner and General Meeting


6:00 pm Tuesday, February 12, 2019


Sault College Main Cafe, 443 Northern Ave, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario


The Wildlife of Tanzania



Guest Speakers : The Frisky Zebras

(Val Walker, Cheryl Widdifield. Mary MacDonald, Fiona Ortiz, Pam Williams, Patty Manchester, & Karen Mikoliew) 


PRESENTATIONThe Wildlife of Tanzania - Join the Frisky Zebras (Val Walker, Cheryl Widdifield. Mary MacDonald, Fiona Ortiz, Pam Dalseg, Patty Manchester, & Karen Mikoliew) as they recount their epic trip to experience Tanzania’s spectacular wildlife. The focus will be on 6 days of safaris to several national parks including Serengeti, Arusha and Tarangire as well as the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.


WHAT: Dinner with program to follow.


WHERE: Sault College Main Cafe for dinner, Media Room for presentation.


WHEN: Tuesday February 12, 2019. Doors open 5:00 pm, dinner 6:00 pm, presentation around 7:30 pm.  


WHO: Both club members and non-members are welcome.


ADMISSION: Tickets are $35 Canadian or US, $15 for Children 5 to 12. No ticket reservations, no tickets available at the door. Deadline for ticket purchases is Wednesday Feb. 6.



Barb Scott (859)-948-9158



Ron Prickett (705)-254-1533 

Jeff Robinson (705)-542-9449 

Dieter Ropke (705)-942-9636


MENU: 5 oz House Cut Top Sirloin Steak, Honey Roasted Root Vegetables, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Garden Greens, Roasted Beet, Orange, Walnut & Goat Cheese Salad 

Dessert squares & cookies, Coffee/Tea and Iced Water

Vegetarian -Apple Stuffed Acorn Squash



SILENT AUCTION: Bring an item to donate to the silent auction and some extra cash to pick up your own  treasure.


DIRECTIONS: If you’re coming from the U.S., turn left onto Huron after leaving the International Bridge Plaza and immediately right on Albert. After Albert makes a sharp curve to the left and merges with Wellington, follow the signs for Highway 17 North and turn left on Church St (just beyond Pim). Continue on Highway 17 North to the traffic light at Northern Avenue. Turn right on Northern Ave. and then take the first right (at lights) onto Willow Ave. Then turn left into the first laneway. If there is space, park in the lot to the left and enter the building through the glassed entrance foyer located in the corner beyond the northeast corner of the parking lot. Walk down the hallway to the right and the cafeteria will be found about 50 yards (metres) on the right. If the left hand parking lot is full, park across the laneway to the right of where you entered and walk to the same entrance.  Entrance is accessible to handicapped persons and there is handicapped parking nearest to the door. (The A-lot on Northern Avenue should also be available but the entrance there is less accessible.) There is no charge for parking in the evening. Click HERE for a map of the Sault College campus. 


Click AGM Poster Feb 2019.pdf  to download an illustrated poster for this meeting, which you can post in your area or share with friends and family.



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