Have you heard the BIG news?
We have an AMAZING group of honorees at this year’s ninth annual Green Tie Awards Luncheon! And I wanted to personally invite you to be there when they receive their awards on September 20.
Sure, I know you usually come to Green Tie for the incredible lunch menu showcasing our southern culinary tradition. Or the wide array of SC-grown products. Or the unique opportunity to see old friends and network with new friends. Or even the rare chance to have a signature cocktail during lunch.
And all those things will be at this year’s Green Tie Luncheon.
I’m most excited about our slate of honorees.
This year’s Green Tie honorees represent a group of conservation champions whose commitment to our air, land, and water serve as an inspiration to us all.
In recognition of his work at the Lake Conestee Nature Park and decades spent fighting to protect the Saluda, Reedy, and other SC waterbodies, Dr. Dave Hargett will receive this year’s Lifetime Conservation Achievement Award.
For his enduring commitment to protecting our coasts from offshore drilling and preserving the places that tell the unique story of our state’s history, Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling will receive the Harriet Keyserling Conservation Advocacy Award.
This year’s legislative honorees will include Senator Thomas McElveen (D, Sumter), Representative Gary Clary (R, Clemson) and the late Representative Joe Neal (D, Richland – posthumous) for their tireless work to protect the rights of citizens to clean air and water.
Here are the details…
September 20, 2017
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
The Grand Hall at Historic 701 Whaley
Columbia, SC 29201
You can RSVP in less than a minute through this link:
Tickets are now on sale but space is very limited. So grab your ticket today and reserve your spot at the conservation event of the year… you may not get another chance.
William Mitchell, Development Director
PS, I love Green Tie because it is a special time every year when we come together to celebrate our wins, honor our champions, and toast to another successful year at the State House and the ballot box. Can I count on you to be there? >>