Monday, January 15, 2018 Luncheon

Speaker: Bullsugar Organization

The Everglades, the St. Lucie and
the Caloosahatchee Rivers

The River of Grass has been dammed, cutting off the historic southward flow of clean water to Florida Bay and the Everglades, forcing destructive discharges east and west to the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers. Our estuaries are collapsing, toxic algae from Lake Okeechobee is putting our health and our economy at risk, the Everglades are dying of thirst, Miami's water supply is in jeopardy, and sea grass die-offs now threaten to reach the Keys. There is a solution, but Florida politics have blocked progress for too long.

Allegro Independent Living 
in the Lyric (Main) Dining Room, 
3400 Aster Lane, Stuart, FL
11:30 am (serving at noon)

Include your menu choice with your reservation:  
$18.00 ($20.00 if paid at door but reserved ahead)
Choices: Salmon with vegetable and salad 
Luncheon Salad topped with chicken 
Vegetarian Platter

Reservations to Alice Kraus, 2784 SW Bear Paw Trail, 
Palm City, FL 34990, phone:  772-223-9010

Our luncheon meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of the month at 11:30 AM from October through April.