Wayne Kirkpatrick, DRBA's President, welcomes everyone to the dinner.
Having a small staff of only eight, the Dan River Basin Association (DRBA) is very grateful for all the wonderful volunteers that help us to acheive our mission of preserving and promoting the natural and cultural resources of the Dan River basin. Volunteers come in all forms, from those who contribute goods/services, participate in steering commitee meetings, lead trips, monitor water quality and maintain trails. Recently DRBA hosted approximately sixty of our wonderful volunteers at a dinner to thank them for their contributions over the past year. Enjoy the following photos from the dinner held at Spencer Penn Center in Spencer, VA.
Brian Williams, DRBA's Outreach, Education and Conservation
Coordinator, addresses the crowd about the importance of volunteerism to DRBA.
From left: Paul May, Linda Drage, Jenny Edwards (DRBA's Virginia Program Manager) and Mary Lawson
From left: Vicky & Wade Nester and Benny Summerlin
From left: Paula Wyatt, Joan Ragland, Nancy Moncrief, Andrew Kahle, Tracy Kennett and Tommy Wyatt
From left: C.D. Prillaman, Trent Fentress and T Butler
From left: Milton Hundley, Mike & Joan Shahan and Linda Hundley
From left: Wes Craddock, Deborah Craddock and Brian Williams
T Butler, DRBA's board secretary and a founding member thanks all the volunteers for their contributions.
Looking for something fun to do? This is the place to find it. The Rivers & Trails Journal is your guide to enjoying the many recreational areas of the Dan River basin.
The Dan River Basin Association's (DRBA) Martinsville-Henry County Rivers and Trails Group consists of local volunteers who are establishing recreational trails and river access points in our section of Southern Virginia. Our mission is to protect, promote, and enhance the natural and historical resources of Martinsville and Henry County through environmental education, recreational activities and tourism, and land conservation and revitalization. Our work has been made possible through the generosity of the Harvest Foundation, which has provided funding for staff and operations in Martinsville and Henry County. To learn more about the group and its projects, contact us at 276-634-2545 or email@example.com