Report from the Annual Picnic held on July 23, 2017
More than a dozen members and their families attended the Annual Picnic this Summer at Koinonia Environmental and Retreat Center near Pierceton. We shared more-than-enough food, great fellowship and stories about how unusually wet the summer had been. This also being the reason for our indoor ‘picnic’; as the wet ground and surrounds had reinvigorated the mosquito population.
After lunch and a quick board meeting, A few of the group braved the bugs and — armed with repellent — we kept a quick pace through the wooded portion of the property. Even still, Al’s arms are blurred in the photo (right) from swatting the mosquito clouds that wouldn’t quit.
If you haven’t attended our annual picnic before, we encourage you — and your family — to share a dish and share in the company of a group of conservation-minded folks.
Our annual picnic generally takes place in July each year and is always hosted at one of several nearby natural areas managed by Tippecanoe Audubon Society or one of our partners.