Are you looking for an opportunity to network or stay informed about community progress in Atlanta? Do you have a love for pancakes also?
Well, join the West Atlanta Watershed Alliance(WAWA) and our host, Applebees, for breakfast on February 25th, 2017 at 8:00AM to 10:00 AM. This is a great opportunity to mingle wth some of Atlanta's brightest leaders while simultaneously contributing to WAWA and our continued efforts to maintain a healthy community by advocating for a healthy environment (Proceeds will be donated to WAWA).
Each ticket is valid for 3 pancakes, 2 sausage links, and choice of coffee, tea, juice or soda
If you are unable to attend, please consider still buying tickets or making a donation.
We look forward to seeing you at breakfast!
WAWA is an all-volunteer organization who has been successful in preserving over 400 acres of greenspace from development in Southwest Atlanta and raised over $2 million dollars to do so (even before becoming a 501 c(3) organization). WAWA has assisted in mobilizing local residents to not only preserve these areas but maintain and recreate in them.
Through a MOU with the City of Atlanta Bureau of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs, WAWA now operates the Outdoor Activity Center (OAC), a 26-acre urban forest preserve and nature center. WAWA is also the steward of the nearby 135-acre Cascade Springs Nature Preserve and the 200-acre Lionel Hampton Beecher Park, Herbert Greene Nature Preserve, A. D. Williams Park, Lillian Sheppard and Grove Park are but a few of the gems in West Atlanta’s emerald necklace.; all in Southwest Atlanta.
Through partnerships with local, state, and federal entities, WAWA has been able to leverage these relationships to bring about real change for communites in Atlanta.
You can learn more about our organization at the following website: http://wawa-online.org/