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POWWW's 2017 Annual General Meeting and Hike

President Jim Florance provides 2017 updates on the POWWW organization at the Cedar Lake Community Clubhouse in Denville NJ. Credits: Dave Blinder
POWWW board members and guests at 2017 Annual General Meeting at the Cedar Lake Community Clubhouse in Denville. Credits: Dave Blinder
POWWW board members and guests at 2017 Annual General Meeting. Credits: Dave Blinder
POWWW VP Mike Leone speaks to the group. — at Cedar Lake Clubhouse in Denville NJ. Credits: Dave Blinder
POWWW President Jim Florance, VP Mike Leone, and Secretary Richard Holford. Credits: Dave Blinder
POWWW board members and guests at 2017 Annual General Meeting. Credits: Dave Blinder
POWWW board members Judy Rothstein and John Randall. Credits: Dave Blinder
2017 POWWW AGM Hike - Jonathan's Woods to Wildcat Ridge WMA Hawk Watch Credits: Dave Blinder
2017 POWWW AGM Hike - Jonathan's Woods to Wildcat Ridge WMA Hawk Watch Credits: Dave Blinder
2017 POWWW AGM Hike - Jonathan's Woods to Wildcat Ridge WMA Hawk Watch Credits: Dave Blinder
2017 POWWW AGM Hike - Jonathan's Woods to Wildcat Ridge WMA Hawk Watch Credits: Dave Blinder
2017 POWWW AGM Hike - Jonathan's Woods to Wildcat Ridge WMA Hawk Watch Credits: Dave Blinder
2017 POWWW AGM Hike - Jonathan's Woods to Wildcat Ridge WMA Hawk Watch Credits: Dave Blinder

Thanks to everyone who came out Saturday November 11th for POWWW's Annual General Meeting and Hike.  The event began at the Cedar Lake Community Clubhouse in Denville Township, New Jersey.

Despite below average temperatures we had a great turnout and enjoyed some sunshine.  For this year's hike we began on new sections of the Orange Trail from Jonathan's Woods.  We then crossed Meriden Road to Wildcat Ridge and follow the Red Trail to White Trail for our final destination at the Hawk Watch.

POWWW is already busy planning programs and hikes for the Spring including our annual Wildflower Walk and Spring Birding Hike.

Protect Our Wetlands, Water and Woods is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit land acquisition and preservation group based in Denville New Jersey.  For more info on POWWW visit http://powww.org and https://www.facebook.com/ProtectOurWetlandsWaterWoods/

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