Join us for a Ladies Luncheon with Linda Penfold
On Thursday June 14, Linda Penfold, a reproductive physiologist working with endangered species will be the guest speaker at our monthly Ladies’ Luncheon. Linda obtained her PhD at the Zoological Society of London/University College London. She came to the US and worked at the US Department of Agriculture and for the Smithsonian’s National Zoo before coming to Florida and working with White Oak Conservation Center.
Downsizing as a result of tough economic times, eliminated the position in Feb 2010 when she initiated a consortium with several other zoos in the region (Disney, Jacksonville Zoo, Palm Beach Zoo, Birmingham Zoo, AL, North Carolina Zoo).
Linda is also adjunct faculty professor at University of North Florida where she teaches ” Solving reproductive challenges in endangered species”.
It will be an outstanding opportunity to learn how we can help save endangered species. Following is the Luncheon menu.Read more
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As Spring is starting to color Northeast Florida tropical, we have a very special deal for you. Our Spring Fling Getaway.Read more
Let’s Do Ladies Lunch with the Genealogical Society
Guest Speaker & Genealogy Expert Marie Santry has been researching her family history for twenty years, concentrating her research stateside in Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Kansas, South Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and overseas in Ireland, Scotland, Portugal, Menorca (Spain), and Bohemia.
She is Past-President of the Amelia Island Genealogical Society, 1st Vice-Regent of Amelia Island NSDAR, and a member of numerous genealogical and historical societies. She has presented programs for the Duncan Lamont Clinch Historical Society, Amelia Island Museum of History, and for genealogical societies in Southeast Georgia and Northeast Florida.
She is also one of the instructors for the Amelia Island Genealogical Society Beginner’s Course offered annually.
Special Presentation 1:00 – 2:00pm