Sautee Lunch and Learn has a long history at Sautee Nacoochee Center. Come join our informal group for a wonderful
potluck lunch, camaraderie, and special speakers who elaborate on all manner of topics - Blue Suede Shoes to
Global Warming, with a healthy dose of local history and community issues thrown in.
Our Sautee Lunch & Learn location is now the Historic Gym.
Food for Thought No admission except a dish to share
Join us in the Sautee Nacoochee Center first Tuesday of the month, September through December
and February through May, for Food for Thought. Doors open at 11:30am. We have lunch at noon and then enjoy a
featured presentation. All are welcome and there is no admission fee. Just bring a dish for the potluck table.
We welcome volunteer help and suggestions for the program. If you are interested in volunteering or have
questions or comments about Sautee Lunch & Learn, please call the main Center number to leave a
message for the SL&L committee.
Monarch butterflies migrate 3000 miles, traveling between three countries and captivating each culture that
hosts them. Learn more about these lovely insects from presenter Sharon McCullough, who became
fascinated by monarchs and other pollinators after attending workshops and traveling twice to Mexico to
witness the epic migration.
Sharon, a retired life sciences teacher, is now an instructor with Monarchs Across Georgia, a
committee of the Environmental Educators Alliance of Georgia. She also volunteers with Friends of Georgia
State Parks at Hard Labor Creek State Park near Madison. Her new project at the park is Monarchs in the
Rough. This project creates pollinator habitat in the rough of the golf course using native plants and
making sure there is milkweed available for monarchs.