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Please join Umpqua Soil and Water Conservation District for our annual meeting with a delightful dinner catered by The Schooner Inn Café located along the shore of the Lower Umpqua River in Reedsport followed by a tour of the Umpqua Discovery Center.
The chefs will prepare for you, your choice of entre from one of the following:
Scalloped Potatoes and Vegetables
Crisp Green Salad and House made Cheesy Biscuits
Chicken Florentine Lasagna
Made with white sauce, spinach, and mushrooms
Crisp Green Salad and Crusty Garlic Bread
Three Fish Tacos
Made with the Schooner’s own batter dipped Cod
On Corn Tortillas with salsa, onions, and condiments
A generous order of French Fries
All entrees include dessert
Choice of Coffee, Tea, Lemonade, or Fountain Soda
Following dinner we’ll take a tour the Umpqua Discovery Center to view the center’s natural and cultural history exhibits of tidewater country.
Come and join us for a fun evening with wonderful company and great food! For more information contact Rhonda at (541) 662-1341 or at firstname.lastname@example.org .
When & Where
Umpqua Soil & Water Conservation District
Umpqua Soil & Water was formed in 1953. Its boundaries enclose 600,000 acres of northwestern Douglas County including the communities of Elkton, Reedsport, Kellogg, Ash Valley, Smith River, Winchester Bay, Scottsburg, and Tahkenitch Lake.
"The mission of the locally led Umpqua Soil and Water Conservation District is to provide assistance to any individual, group, or agency in applying natural resource conservation practices for the wise use of their natural resources."