SUPPLY — The Brunswick Environmental Action Team, or BEAT, is set to recognize environmental stewards, introduce new officers and discuss reorganization plans Monday during its third annual membership meeting.
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Brunswick Electric Membership Corp. office, 795 Ocean Highway West in Supply.
Derb Carter, director of the Southern Environmental Law Center’s North Carolina offices, is slated as guest speaker, addressing offshore drilling and seismic testing and related litigation.
The group is to present its 2019 Friend of the Environment Award and Distinguished Service Award.
Marilyn Priddy, Teddy Altreuter, Dr. Sybil Burgess Murray and Bob Jakus are to be introduced as BEAT’s new board of directors.
Officers will also discuss BEAT’s recently awarded $5,000 grant from Oceana and the group’s plans for the money.
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