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SPRING 2022 CONTENTS

○   President's Message

○   The Minna Anthony Common Series: 
      Look to the Woods for Signs of Spring 

○   From the Director
○   New SCA Member Introductions

○   Donor Spotlight: Snyder Outdoors and Restoration  

○   Spring Events

○   Benefit Auction

○   We're Hiring!

○   Kids Page: Wildlife To Do's

Already out of doors certain bees and flies have thawed out. What a marvelous thing this hibernating is. A bee, a wasp, a caterpillar, a tiny fly, a spider, frozen solidly and having taken no food for months, now can move about again, can fly and can eat. It is a wonder of nature greater than any invention of man.

Minna Anthony Common,

Look to the Woods for Signs of Spring

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