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Margaritas for Mangroves: A Holiday Charity Event for our Lagoon!
A benefit to support the Marine Resources Council's efforts to help save the Indian River Lagoon.
December 2, 2016. (6:30 pm -9:30 pm)
Location: Melbourne BMW
1432 S Harbor City Blvd Melbourne, FL 32901
Doors open from 6:30pm – 9:30pm * $25 Limited Admission
Featuring: Complimentary Tapas & Margarita Service (6:30 p.m.– 8:30p.m.), Party rusumes until 9:30 pm with Margarita Making Contest, Live Music from Natty's Common Roots, Silent Auction, Prizes, & Keynote Speaker Virginia Barker Brevard County Director of Natural Resources Management!
MRC is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All donations are tax deductible.
To sponsor, volunteer, & participate, or for further details, please Contact us at 321-725-7775 or email: SharkeyMRC@gmail.com
Thank you to our participating Sponsors and Margarita Making Contestants!
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Marine Resources Council
Your participation with the Marine Resources Council directly supports programs and services for the well-being of the Indian River Lagoon. Your participation makes a big difference. The more community involvement we have, the louder our voice is!
What We Do For You & The Lagoon!
Monitor Water Quality & Heath * Restore Habitats * Educate the Community * Influence Legislative Action & Policy * Focus on Conservation * Since 1983
MRC supporters continue to monitor the water, restore habitats, and educate the community on issues and best practices for minimum impact to water quality. MRC continues to influence legislative activity in Tallahassee and locally, to encourage funding and policies to restore and revitalize the lagoon’s health and beauty.
Together we can bring the lagoon back to a healthy, productive system! Thank you for contributing!
The Marine Resources Council is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose purpose is to maintain and enhance the quality of marine systems for the economic, recreational, aesthetic, and environmental use of the people of Florida. MRC is leading the charge to save the Indian River lagoon with scientific-based advocacy, education, and community engagement. The current status of the Indian River Lagoon requires a commitment of half a billion dollars and 15 years, to save and restore the lagoon to a healthy state.
All donations are tax-deductible.