21st Annual Lower Alabama Chapter Beach Party presented by Coastline Management LLC! Live Auction, Silent Auction, Raffle, Dinner by Villagio, and Live Music. Pre-Sale Tickets are $130 per Couple and $90 for a Single. Tickets go on sale 6-9-2021. Limited Tickets at the door $150-Couple and $100-Single with no guarantee of availability. Each includes a one-year CCA membership, Dinner, and Drinks. Sponsorship opportunities are available, please email Lower Alabama Chapter President Ryan Long email@example.com for more info or call 251-478-3474
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CCA Alabama is proud to present this engaging way for kids to use their own color and creativity to finish up these pages from Brandon Finnorn of Finnorn Illustration. He created these different pages based off of some of his previously completed artwork and we are thrilled he is sharing them with us. The contest details are available at the links below. To keep things fair, we are running three contests (one for each age/grade group) so this is one of three. The first 100 entries in each category will receive a sticker pack that includes some CCA stickers and decals from some of our conservation partners. All entries must be received by May 7th at 11:59 PM and Voting ends on May 8th at 11:59 PM.
These links will direct you to the online contest and allow you to download and upload the artwork when finished. The same links will allow you to vote on the art submissions.
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