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AGM 2013

WBFN members gathered for the 2013 AGM in Cobourg. Photo© Bruce Parker

The Annual General Meeting for the Willow Beach Naturalists was held on Friday February 22 2013. A largre turnout gathered at the Cobourg Public Library to hear the annual President's Report, elect and confirm new members to the WBFN Executive, particpate in this year's Silent Auction to support the WBFN Scholarship Program and hear guest speaker Mike McMurtry, Natural Areas Ecologist, MNR. A special presentation also took place recognizing the contributions of two WBFN Members.

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WBFN President Petra Hartwig

WBFN President Petra Hartwig highlighted some of the accomplishments of WBFN over the past year.
Photo© Bruce Parker


WBFN Past President Michael Biggar

Former WBFN President Michael Biggar conducted the nominations and confirmations of
new WBFN Executive members. Photo© Bruce Parker


WBFN Silent Auciton

Thanks to the generousity of local businesses and some WBFN members the Silent Auction was successful in raising the funds necessary to support the WBFN Scholarship Program. Photo© Bruce Parker


Deb Panko Report

Deborah Panko reported on the Endangered Species Act proposed revisions and called upon
members to comment. Photo© Bruce Parker


Trish Whitney

Mike McMurty

WBFN Speaker Program Coordinator Trish Whitney introduced and thanked guest speaker
Mike McMurtry, Natural Areas Ecologist, MNR. Photo© Bruce Parker



Audrey Wilson Plaque

A presentation was made to Audrey Wilson for over 50 years of dedicated service to WBFN. A special plaque was given Audrey to go along with the many awards and recognitions she has received for her life long work as an educator and naturalist. Outgoing WBFN Secretary Karen Drew was also thanked for her contributions during her tenure. Photo© Bruce Parker