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Fun at Vet Out 11/11/2013!

Click on the Vet Out below to see the fun we had!VETOUT1

Thank you to my E-Corps Crew (M,A,W,B,P,J) for all your hard work!  Thanks Carolina Raptor Center for the facility, Eagle Gift set,  and the Bird Presentations (J,C,B, N,A,M,M,C,M)

Special thank you to the groups who joined us and honored veterans yesterday!

Charlotte Reconnecting Ourselves with Nature, the new Charlotte Chapter of the NCWF     Bill our loyal supporter from Central Piedmont Sierra Club.  Charlotte Nature Museum       Thanks Latta Equestrian Center for the trail ride.  Meck parks   Carolina Water fowl

Thanks to our Great Donors

Sam’s Club of Pineville – $50 for food

Patriot Jacks – T-shirts

Carolina Raptor Center – Eagle Gift set

Charlotte Nature Museum – 4 passes

Latta Equestrian Center – Horseback ride

Latta Plantation Nature Center – Segway Rides

Photo album

Another great addition to VET OUT!



Thanks Catawba River District for joining us!

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Vet Out! Carolina Raptor Center

On and off the Raptor Trail – November Edition.

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We want you to join us at VET OUT! 11/11 @ 1PM

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Join Us! Click here to Register to come on-line!



Look whose Joining Vet Out!

  Latta Eq

They have given a great item for our raffle! Maybe see a horse?



Meck parks

Take a guess what they have donated to the raffle!


Another addition to VET OUT!

Sierra Club

Our own NC Central Piedmont Group of the Sierra Club.

These guys are out to “Enjoy, Explore and Protect the planet.”

Vet Out Commanding Officer Karan Barber has become a Sierra Club Outdoor Leader and soon will stand up the Charlotte Youth Outings with the support and guidance of the great members of the Central Piedmont Group! Watch for news!

Another great place to Volunteer has joined Vet Out!

Carolina Water fowl


So happy they have joined forces!

Another Great Organization joining VET OUT!

The Carolina Thread Trail | Catawba Lands Conservancy

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