MRC Conservation Awards Dinner & Benefit November 11th
MRC Annual Conservation Awards Dinner!
Saturday November 11, 2017. 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Marine Resources Council
Ted Moorhead Lagoon House
3275 Dixie Highway NE, Palm Bay, FL 32905
Join the Marine Resources Council for an awards ceremony &
charity dinner to raise funds, to help save the Indian River Lagoon!
Visit www.SaveTheIRL.org for more event details.
MRC Annual Conservation Awards Dinner Experience
Doors open from 6:15pm – 9:30pm * $75 Limited Early Bird Admission (will increase to $100)
* $600 VIP Table (will increase to $700) * $225 Naming Boardwalk VIP Pass (will increase to $275)
Featuring: Complimentary Food & Adult Beverage Service (6:15 p.m.– 8 p.m.),Live Music, Silent Auction & Prizes, Keynote Speaker Nancy Higgs, Awards Ceremony, & More!
Meet Keynote Speaker Nancy Higgs!
Keynote Speaker Nancy Higgs: former Brevard County Commissioner and lifetime lagoon advocate, recently completed the Boston Marathon. She will talk about her lifetime of protecting the lagoon as it relates to her efforts to prepare for the Marathon. Lagoon restoration will be a marathon and a sprint! Restoring the lagoon, like running a marathon, will take dedication, commitment, perseverance, empowerment, and patience. Our lagoon community must respond to the devastation of our water with the resolve of a Fearless Marathon Runner. (Nancy ran for team 261 Fearless!) If we can harness the full talent and potential of the lagoon community, in the long run, we can achieve a healthy return of our estuary.
Awards & Attending Nominees!
*Project of the Year Award
Nominees: Save Our Lagoon PAC - Vince Lamb, Living Shoreline Demonstration Site - Brevard Zoo, Lagoon Friendly Lawns - Keep Brevard Beautiful, & Seagrass Restoration Project - Laurilee Thompson
*Stan Blum Award for Conservation
Nominees: Maureen Rupe, Marty Smithson, & Nat Reed
*Albert Tuttle Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service to the Indian River Lagoon
Nominees: Bo Platt, Terry Mott, Paul Laura, MJ Waters & Melissa Martin
*Maggy Bowman Award for Outstanding Service to the Indian River Lagoon by an Elected Official
Nominees: Thad Altman, Jack Latvala, & Joe Negron
*Paul Kroegel Award for Outstanding Service to the Indian River Lagoon by a Government Employee
Nominees: Jane Hart, Deborah Drum, & Mike Knight
Early Bird VIP Table $600 (will increase to $700).
Reserve a table of your own for up to 8 total people, for a festive and memorable night on the lagoon! VIP Table includes all the amenities of General Admittance.
Early Bird Naming Boardwalk VIP Pass $225 (will increase to $275).
Be one of the first supporters to be inscribed on the MRC Naming Boardwalk. VIP Pass includes all the amenities of General Admittance, featuring: Naming Boardwalk Inscription Space for you (up to 16 spaces), Complimentary Food & Adult Beverage Service (6:15p.m.–8 p.m.), Live Music, Silent Auction & Prizes, Keynote Speaker, & Awards Ceremony! We are Thrilled to enact this Naming Boardwalk, so you can dedicate a piece of the boardwalk to loved ones, a grandparent, spouse, child, grandchild, or even a furry pet, specially engraved with name & birth-date. The boardwalk will honor the past, and carry on the tradition of a community-based commitment to conservation of the lagoon into the future. Space is limited, so reserve yours today! We will contact you for inscription details.
Early Bird General Admittance $75 (will increase to $100).
Featuring: Complimentary Food & Beverage Service (6:15 p.m.– 8 p.m.) Live music, Silent Auction & Prizes, Keynote Speaker, Awards Ceremony, & More! Seating is not assigned and is available on a first come first serve basis. If you would like your own table please register for a VIP Table. Complimentary Food & Beverage Service ends at 8 p.m.
Your support of this event and the Marine Resources Council (MRC) directly funds programs and services for the well-being of the Indian River Lagoon. Your participation makes a great difference. The more community involvement we have, the louder our voice is!
What We Do For You & The Lagoon!
Monitor Lagoon Water Quality & Heath * Restore Habitats * Educate the Community
* Influence Legislative Action & Policy * Focus on Conservation * Since 1983
Together we can bring the lagoon back to a healthy, productive system! Thank you for contributing!
MRC is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All donations are tax deductible.
To sponsor, volunteer, participate, or for further details, please contact
Thank You to our Sponsors, Donors, our Board, Staff, Volunteers, & Participants for making this Sucessfull Evening Possible! Conservation Awards Dinner & Benefit
Sat, November 11, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Ted Moorhead Lagoon House, 3275 Dixie Hwy NE, Palm Bay, FL 32905, USA
$75 - Limited Early Bird Ticket $225 - Early Bird Boardwalk VIP Ticket $600 - Early Bird VIP Table Featuring: Complimentary Food & Adult Beverage Service, Live Music, Silent Auction & Prizes, Keynote Speaker, Awards Ceremony, & More! Your support of this event and the Marine Resources Council directly funds programs and services for the well-being of the Indian River Lagoon. Since 1983, we have been focused on conservation of the Indian River Lagoon, including working to monitor water quality, restore habitats, educate the community and influence legislation and policy. Your participation makes a great difference. The more community involvement we have, the louder our voice is! Together we can bring the lagoon back to a healthy, productive ecosystem! For more details and registration visit https://mrcawards.eventbrite.com.