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  1. Youth Ocean Conservation Summit 2020

    February 15, 2020, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ The University of Georgia Marine Education Center and Aquarium

    The Youth Ocean Conservation Summit empowers middle and high school students across the country with the knowledge, skills and resources necessary to successfully implement ocean conservation projects in their local communities. This event will allow student participants to: - Learn about ocean conservation topics. - Find out about citizen science efforts that help keep our oceans healthy. - Develop community project plans concerning ocean conservation. - Attend skill-building workshops on communication, species identification, research tools and waste reduction. - Connect and network with other interested students and professionals. The summit is limited to 50 students on a first-come, first-serve basis. A $20 registration fee includes lunch and all materials.

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  2. "1917"

    February 15, 2020, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Tybee Post Theater

    Sam Mendes’s thrilling World War 1 movie took Best Drama Picture honors at the Golden Globe Awards, so we thought we better book it for you! Coming next month, it’s the nerve-popping, edge-of-your-seat odyssey of two British soldiers -- Lance Cpl. Schofield and Lance Cpl. Blake – who receive seemingly impossible orders. In a race against time, they must cross over into enemy territory to deliver a message that could potentially save 1,600 of their fellow comrades -- including Blake's own brother. It’s receiving overwhelming critical acclaim. Rotten Tomatoes consensus is: “Hard-hitting, immersive, and an impressive technical achievement, 1917 captures the trench warfare of World War I with raw, startling immediacy.” Rated R

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