Monday evening’s presentation will be road trip that will follow Route 16 in Maine from Oquossoc to Wilson’s Mills, and will include valuable information on access points. In addition, Brenda will touch upon the
Rangely Lakes Heritage Trust’s current Kennebago Headwaters Project (please refer to the maps and to the two attachments that are in the Newsletter.
Brenda’s resume is impressive. She is a Registered Maine Guide and is a saltwater guide on Cape Cod. She formally served as a TU National Board Member, and is a former Coordinator for the Massachusetts Casting for Recovery program (15 years). She has served on the Board of IFF and IWFF, and was involved with Trout Unlimited’s Women’s Initiative Program. In addition, Brenda was an instructor for the Cape Cod TU fishing school, and also served as an instructor for the White Nose Pete Fly Fishing Festival (introducing kids into the world of fly fishing).
This meeting will be held on Monday, May 1, at the Ipswich River Watershed Association located at 143 County Road, Ipswich, MA 01938. We will begin at 5:30pm with a complimentary hamburger and sausage BBQ by our resident chefs Kenny Washburn and Mike O’Neill (please BYOB). A raffle organized by Bob Torkildsen will follow the dinner. At 7:00pm, Brenda Sears will present to us live.
So, please join us for what should be another informative evening. If you have any questions, please contact Kalil Boghdan, NETU Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org