Life On Lookout

Support Lookout Mountain Conservancy at Flying Squirrel and Crash Pad

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Supporting local land conservation never tasted so good. This summer there are two opportunities to enjoy good food and drink while helping Lookout Mountain Conservancy.

The first is this Wednesday, June 21 at the Flying Squirrel, where 10 percent of all proceeds go to LMC (from 5 pm until 1 am). With a menu chockful of local veggies, it makes sense that the Squirrel would want to help LMC continue their work focused on healthy land and clean water. LMC representatives will be there to say “hi” from 5:30 until 7:30 pm.

Then, the Conservancy’s annual shrimp boil, “Hot Fun in the Summertime” returns July 13 from 6 – 10 pm at the Crash Pad. For just $45 per ticket you can enjoy a Creole-Gullah dinner catered by The Feed Co., as well as beer and wine. Live music always makes this a toe-tapping evening, with music from local cover band Priscilla and Little Rickee as well as Lookout Mountain bluegrass band, Rising Fawn Social Club.

Thanks to generous sponsors, all proceeds from this event benefit LMC’s conservation efforts and the Intern and Leadership Partnership with the Howard School. The Conservancy’s intern program has become one of the nation’s leading programs connecting at-risk youth to conservation, education and leadership. For many, it’s a new path for a new future.

The party is a unique way to not only support the program but meet its participants, hear their stories and connect with the Conservancy.

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