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Site X Oyster Roast
March 17 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
OUR SITE X OYSTER ROAST EVENT HAS SOLD OUT!
Reservations are required (no walk-ups will be able to be accommodated.)
If you have paid or have received email or phone confirmation of your rsvp, you ARE on our list and we look forward to seeing you on Saturday March 17th!
Directions to Site X:
At the intersection of Hwy 17 and 1501, near Black Rock Deli (Merry Hill):
• Turn SOUTH on 1501/Bal Gra Rd
• Travel 2 miles – Bal Gra Rd will make a hard left hand turn
• Park in the area to the left of the road at the turn
• Look for Coastal Land Trust signs – you’ll be in the right place!
If you are interested in receiving a invitations to future events at Site X, please email Stephanie@CoastalLandTrust.org
with your name, mailing address, and phone number. We hope to have another event this summer or fall!
The Coastal Land Trust celebrates the MOST exciting piece of land we have ever saved!
In September 2017, the Coastal Land Trust saved 1000 acres in Bertie county, a beautiful property at the confluence of Salmon Creek and the Albemarle Sound, that included Site X, where the Lost Colony is thought to have settled after leaving Roanoke Island.
We want to give YOU a sneak peek at the land, and the artifacts that were found there, so stay in touch for future opportunities!
A BIG thank you to our Event Hosts:
Cam & Ann Byrum
Richard & Dorothy Cooper
Mr. John Wheeler Cooper & the Rev. Joseph W. Cooper
Miles & Regan Coxe
Michael & Jane Flannelly
John Harris & Sandra Allen
John & Lee Leidy
Pat & Ken McCotter
Matt & Meg Parker
Norman & Jaquelin Perry
Cy & Nancy Rich
Simon & Brooke Rich
John & Cathy Skinner
Dixon & Thompson Law, PLLC
Hornthal, Riley, Ellis & Maland, LLP
Perry & Co Sotheby’s Intl Realty
Scotch Hall Preserve, LLC
Stevens Towing Co. NC