Recapping our 2015 Annual Meeting

We celebrated our annual meeting at the Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport, Connecticut, with inspiring presentations from sustainable community advocates, awards given to activists of all ages for their environmental work in the region, and the bittersweet goodbye to an outgoing board president and welcome of a new one. Thanks for sharing in this great day for CFE/Save the Sound! If you’d like to see more photos, please visit our Facebook album.


Outgoing board president Joop Varekamp addresses the crowd. Thanks for your hard work, Joop!


Megan Saunders, executive director of Stamford 2030, chats with Timon Malloy of the Sun Hill Foundation.


Carolyn Vary and audience

Carolyn Vary of Jonathan Rose companies delivers the keynote address on sustainable communities in Connecticut and beyond. Thanks for your inspiring words, Carolyn!


Executive director of CFE’s Save the Sound program Curt Johnson (left) and CFE president Don Strait (right) deliver an award to Joe McGee honoring his hard work on the Stamford 2030 project.


CFE board member Raphe and Lilli enjoy the carousel at the Beardsley Zoo during the meeting.


Leslie tribute to Joop

Incoming board president Leslie Lee honors outgoing board president Joop Varekamp (at podium) for his many years of dedicated work to CFE/Save the Sound.


Girls and teacher

Curt and Don honor two young women for their hard work protecting East Lyme’s Oswegatchie Hills. Thanks for your efforts and we can’t wait to see where your environmental careers take you!

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