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Friends of a Feather

2019 Celebration at the Audubon Center, Thursday, May 9, 2019, 5 – 8 pm

FRIENDS OF A FEATHER GALA FUNDRAISER Proceeds benefit Audubon Pennsylvania’s efforts to ensure that birds and nature are accessible to all. Enjoy some photos from our wonderful and successful evening!
Education Coordinator, Rebekah Sheeler, greets guests with Conrad, our non-releasable Blue Jay.
Bob Lukens and Roberta Gausas
Bruce and Edith Miller with Grainger McKoy
Center Manager and Communications Director, Carrie Barron, and Center Manager of the Discovery Center, Damien Ruffner
Center Manager and Communications Director, Carrie Barron, with our non-releasable Great Horned Owl, Oden
CEO of National Audubon Society, David Yarnold
Edie Dixon with Connie Williams
Edie Dixon with W.M. Marrazzo
Edie Dixon receiving her Lifetime Legacy award
Edie Dixon and Grainger McKoy talking with cocktail hour guests
Grainger McKoy with Stewart Cades
Grainger McKoy and Edie Dixon with cocktail hour guests
McKoy family
Grainger McKoy and his wife, Florida, with Edie Dixon
Director of Centers and Operation, Jean Bochnowski, and Communications Coordinator, Page Plocic, talk with Grainger McKoy and his son, Grainger Jr.
Ken Lawrence, Val Arkoosh, David Yarnold and Jean Bochnowski
Ken Lawrence and Val Arkoosh with our non-releasable Barred Owl, Sherlock, handled by volunteer, Karen Haymen
Volunteer, Linda Tomeo, greets guests with one of our non-releasable Eastern Screech Owls, Scooter
Executive Director of Audubon Pennsylvania, Greg Goldman, with Stewart Cades

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John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove
1201 Pawlings Road, Audubon, PA 19403 Thursday, May 9, 2019 5:00 pm Cocktails & Preview of New Visitor Center
6:00 pm Dinner & Awards
Cocktail attire.
Friends of a Feather 2019 celebrates these recipients:

Art Inspiring Conservation Award - Grainger McKoy
Mr. McKoy is known for bringing the natural world to life in stunning, realistic sculpture. A student of the natural world, McKoy’s three-dimensional rendering of birds mirrors Audubon’s commitment to work “drawn from nature.” Two McKoy sculptures will be on exhibit in the new museum. Legacy Award - Edith R. Dixon
Mrs. Dixon has generously supported the work of Audubon PA for many years, and is a leader in support for the new John James Audubon Center. Her support has included the museum as well as the Fledgling Field, which offers opportunities for learning in nature for children of all abilities.  
  Leadership Co-Chair
Edith R. Dixon
Stewart R. Cades Fund, Ralph E. Cades Family Foundation
Allen Model & Dr. Roberta Gausas, The Leo Model Foundation
Constance & Sankey Williams
In recognition and admiration of Edie Dixon - Connie Williams Partner Co-Chair
James & Anne Gallagher Event Co-Chair
Leigh Altadonna
Rebecca Bagin
Alan M. Barstow, University of Pennsylvania
Richard Bierregaard
Bill & Laura Buck
Sarah Chang
The Dobson Foundation
John Giordano
Hollie & Jamie Holt
Kate Shields
The Hill at Whitemarsh John James Audubon Chair
Sarah & John Schmader
Audubon Land Development Supporter
Aegis Property
Robert and Joyce Asher
Kimmel Bogrette Architecture + Site
The Burke Family
Nan & Joe DeMarco
EnRoute
Alice Hausman & Jesse Berlin
The Honickman Foundation
Bob & Betsy Lukens
Leigh & John Middleton
In honor of Edith Dixon - Anne & Matt Hamilton
Leslie Miller & Richard Worley
Joseph & Kathleen Sterchak
Carla & Jonathan Rinde
Connie & Philip Witmer  
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Wendy Christie at wchristie@audubon.org