Gills Creek Watershed Association 2017 Annual Meeting
Attention Gills Creek Watershed Association Members!
The Annual GCWA Members Meeting
is being held on November 28 from 6 to 8pm at the new Hunter Gatherer Brewery
in the old Curtiss Wright Hangar (1400 Jim Hamilton Blvd).
Join us to hear about the work we've been doing, vote on new board members, and hear about upcoming projects and goals for 2018. We will also be awarding two Watershed Wonder
awards to local leaders who have made a tremendous impact in helping us achieve our mission.
Don't miss out! Refreshments will be provided. You must be a current GCWA member to vote and participate in the meeting.
Bottles Rare Whiskey Online Auction
To Benefit the Gills Creek Watershed Association
Check out the Annual Bottles Rare Whiskey Auction
, November 24-December 13.
WHISKEYS AVAILABLE INCLUDE:
- Old Rip Van Winkle 10 year
- Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 15 year
- Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 20 year
- Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 23 year
- Van Winkle Special Reserve 12 year
- William Larue Weller Barrel Proof
- George T. Stagg Barrel Proof
- Thomas H. Handy Sazerac
- High West Midwinter's Night Dram
- Sazerac Rye 18 year
- Colonel E.H. Taylor Seasoned Wood
- Parker's Heritage Single Barrel 11 year
Bottles is located at 4410 Fort Jackson Blvd. on the banks of Gills Creek!
shopbottles.com - 803.738.0737
Bottles auction site...
The Gills Creek Watershed is among the largest impaired urban watersheds in South Carolina, and contains over 70 miles of streams and lakes, and 47,000 acres of land. The watershed is included in the cities of Columbia, Cayce, Forest Acres, and Arcadia Lakes; Richland County, and the US Army's Fort Jackson.
The watershed's headwaters start above Sesquicentennial State Park and flow into the Congaree River just above the Congaree Swamp National Park.
The Gills Creek Watershed Association is dedicated to restoring the watershed through education, grass roots action, public and private partnerships, remediation projects, and controlled development.
The goal is to return the Gills Creek Watershed to a living resource providing recreational opportunities, habitat for native wildlife and plants, and a national model for watershed planning and management.
You can participate by joining the Association, becoming active in the Association's initiatives, spreading the word to your friends, neighbors and co-workers, and promoting the Association and its vision to your elected officials.