| March 2007 - Canoe Outdoors:
Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14
By Cynthia Hendry
As usual, expect to find a wide assortment of both evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs as well as perennials, annuals, groundcovers and native grasses. Deer resistant display gardens will be set up as well as native plant presentations.
Big Canoe Hikers
By Joyce Raley
The creek begins in the mountains five miles above the parking area. It twists and curves as it makes its way to the Tugaloo River that forms the border between Georgia and South Carolina.
It’s about as pretty a trail as you would want to hike, and as challenging as it is appealing.
Introduction to Birds of Big Canoe
Come and learn about the wonderful diversity of birds in Big Canoe! This workshop will include an evening of instruction and discussion about birds and birdwatching. There will be a slide presentation to help you identify and understand more about the avian residents and visitors to our beautiful mountains.
Many of the bird pictures in the presentation will be from Bert Loftman’s collection taken right here in Big Canoe.
Tennis Committee actions
By Ches Tredway
The renovation of the tennis center has been completed. The men’s and women’s rest rooms and the pro shop have been remodeled. New outdoor carpet will be installed shortly in the area in front of the tennis center. Wind screens will be put up as soon as the weather allows for regular play outside.
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