2015 Justin Addison Memorial Conservation Cup

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LTL is gearing up for our annual event, the Justin Addison Memorial Conservation Cup, being held May 17, 2015 in Folsom, LA from 11 am to 5 pm.


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It is a beautiful day of fun, great food, polo horses, pony rides and a variety of auctions.
We are in need of many volunteers to do a variety of things from helping with parking, registration, live and silent auctions to Kiddy Korner!

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If you and/or a friend are interested in helping out, and having a fun time while you do it, please respond to this message through Facebook, our email info@landla.org, or visit our website at www.landtrustforlouisiana.org. DSC_7677-3256740816-O
We will be glad to share our list of volunteer options! DSC_7654-3256732080-ODSC_7668-3256736571-O
Thanks in advance and we look forward to hearing from YOU!

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