January 2017 Newsletter

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CEO CHATTER WITH JACK LIGHTON Dear Friend of LMC:   On behalf of our entire team of staff, volunteers and sea turtles, please let me take this opportunity to officially welcome you to 2017! Thank you for helping us to make 2016 another record-setting year for our Center. With your help, dedication and support, LMC …

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Don’t Strike A Nerve: Voluntary Speed Reduction Zone Interns Needed

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“Who’s your favorite sea turtle patient?” A small child probed me for an answer while I was taking photos in the outdoor sea turtle hospital. I tried to politely avoid playing favorites, but the young girl rolled her eyes in demand of an answer. In an attempt to reassure me that it’s okay to have …

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Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s Science for Seniors program, led by ​Dr. Paul A. Brown encourages healthy living, conservation

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Loggerhead Marinelife Center is excited to announce the return of its annual Science for Seniors lecture series for the fifth year in a row, featuring brand new weekly topics about health, wellness and a little sea turtle science. Each week covers a unique topic in a four-part series, which runs Tuesday afternoons from 2-3 p.m. …

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5 Reasons to Sail the Mighty Seas at Lights Out 2017

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Avast, ye mateys! What brings ye here to this blog post? Was it the enthralling title, beckonin’ ye to sail the seven seas? Or was it the magical mystery of Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s 10th Annual Lights Out Gala: Swashbuckler’s Soirée, set to sail on Jan. 27? The Lights Out Gala, held ev’ry year, celebrates the …

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7 Ways to Travel More Sustainably

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Traveling – We all seem to have a love or hate relationship with it. We love catching a flight or hoping into a car to explore a new place, but we hate having to figure out how to bring all of our essential belongings. For most of us, we tend to succumb to convenience when …

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