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Coming to an Inbox Near You!

Dec 10, 2013

Beginning December 1, Twin Pines Conservation Education Center began offering e-mail notification of upcoming events and programs at Twin Pines CEC. Radio and newspaper announcements and web sites have carried the information to the public since opening on January 1 2008. However with more people having smart phones and constantly in contact via text and e-mail, this is an option whose time has come.

Notification will be sent out on a monthly basis for programs coming up in the next month to subscribers. Twin Pines offers programming for youth, adult and family audiences including workshops on native plants, wildlife conflicts, fishing and outdoor skills. To sign up, send an e-mail to melanie.carden-jessen@mdc.mo.gov.

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Program notices for Twin Pines are now as close as your cell phone
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Program notices for Twin Pines are now as close as your cell phone

Comments

Please add my e-mail address for classes targeted at boys age 9-12. We are visiting the area this summer and are trying to get them interested in the outdoors.

Thanks for the comment Sandy.  If you will send an e-mail to melanie.carden-jessen@mdc.mo.gov  I will be happy to add you to our list.  Unfortunately, I can't pull your e-mail from comments to the blog.  We would love to have you and your boys at our programs this summer. 

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