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Mackinac Adventure Auction Helps Nature Center

The Harris Nature Center Foundation hosted an online auction from Jan. 26 to Feb. 8 for a Mackinac Bridge Adventure Package to raise funds for a new pavilion at the nature cente…

The Harris Nature Center Foundation hosted an online auction from Jan. 26 to Feb. 8 for a Mackinac Bridge Adventure Package to raise funds for a new pavilion at the nature center and help fund School Bus Scholarships. The fundraiser netted $2,700 for the efforts.

“We’re excited to have raised this amount of money to help fund the amazing nature experiences of our visitors and residents,” said Harris Nature Center coordinator Kit Rich. “Having fun and unique ways to engage our community in raising money for Harris Nature Center improvements encourage people to become more involved and show support.”

 

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