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Conservationist of the Year to speak at Kiwanis Campfire Program Friday

By Ralph Hood
Erwin Kiwanis Club
David Ramsey is back, with a brand new program—The Waterfalls of Unicoi County.
Ramsey—named by Field & Stream as Conservationist of the Year in 2011 for his work on Rocky Fork — will present his new program this Friday night, Aug. 3, at 8, at the Kiwanis Campfire Program, Rock Creek Recreation Area. He has even promised to provide directions to the waterfalls, so we can go see for ourselves.
David is an exciting speaker, with amazing slides of his own photos. He is obviously an expert on the beauties of East Tennessee. David loves and admires our outdoors, and it shows in his presentations. Don’t miss this special event.
From I-26 take Exit 36, go east to the dead end and turn right on North Main Street. Turn left on Rock Creek Road and continue to Rock Creek Recreation Area. Campfire Program signs will be posted in and near the recreation area.
In case of rain, the program will be moved to Rock Creek Presbyterian Church. Head back on Rock Creek Road until you see the Campfire signs.