SHERBURNE – Now approaching its second year as a volunteer-based non profit organization, Friends of Rogers in Sherburne is getting ready for its annual meeting to recognize its volunteers and pay homage to those who make it possible for the environmental education organization to provide year-round educational opportunities and family events.
The 11 board members that make up the Friends of Rogers committee will also reflect on progress the organization has made over the course of the year and outline goals established for the year to come. The event will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, at the Rogers Environmental Education Center in Sherburne. Refreshments will be served and a special lecture about birds of prey will be presented by wildlife rehabilitator Cynthia Page, who will also have some live birds with her for demonstration. Non-members are welcome to join and will have the opportunity to become FOR members for the upcoming year.