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This Week at the Museum

December 13, 2016
'Twas the night before Christmas...and the sloth is settled at its new digs in the Civic Center. Drop by and pay your respects. Director Freeman says this is not a permanent home. The search is on!

Is this our T-Rex? Not really. We’ll have that articulated whale skeleton, an awesome sight, when we gut some display space.  Santa, please.
The Friends holiday party was a roaring success! We hosted members of the Oconee Rivers Audubon Society and some Bot Garden Ramblers.  Food and drink served up by volunteers under the careful eye of Mary Freeman. An energetic trio of musicians offered holiday tunes, and were joined by a Friend or two. Visitors got a preview of the new exhibits in the Gallery, which will open officially early next year. Stay tuned!
This will be my final newsletter of the 2016. It’s been a delightful year for the Friends, some adventures, some surprises and some good things to come. Thanks to our Committees - the Membership, the Field Trip Committee, the Seminar Committee which worked so hard in Spring and Summer. And, of course, the Celebration Committee which gave us such a memorable evening in October. And thanks to those volunteers who showed up for emergency tasks. Please let me know any suggestions you may have, for strengthening the Friends of the Georgia Museum of Natural History.
Please visit out our web site ( for a list of Friends activities, officers and Board Members.
-- Cheers from Dac Crossley, President
Friends of the Georgia Museum of Natural History.
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