I just wanted to thank the SC Aquarium for featuring Jen and I in the latest edition of Tributaries, their quarterly member newsletter. Members on a Mission is a new program that recognizes SC Aquarium members who are doing work in our community that aligns with the Aquarium’s mission. We were certainly honored to be recognized, but also proud to published along with Waddle the Penguin – he’s a rock star!

Please support the SC Aquarium and the many programs it provides to our community. We are lucky to have them and their mission in our lives! (thanks Chloe!)



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