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Marco Island Discovery Center eco-friendly camp plans

Marco Island Discovery Center, Inc. board member Tara Hagan, Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society Director of Science and Education Richard Murphy, Jane Watt of the Discovery Center board and Lynne Irvine, president of the Discovery Center board, meet to discuss prospects for an ecologically-friendly summer camp on Marco.

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Marco Island Discovery Center, Inc. board member Tara Hagan, Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society Director of Science and Education Richard Murphy, Jane Watt of the Discovery Center board and Lynne Irvine, president of the Discovery Center board, meet to discuss prospects for an ecologically-friendly summer camp on Marco.

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  • Captain John Campbell, Richard Murphy, Lynne Irvine, Tara Hagan and Jim Watt travel around the Island discussing possibilities for a new eco-friendly summer camp as part of the proposed Marco Island Discovery Center and charter school.
  • Marco Island Discovery Center, Inc. board member Tara Hagan, Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society Director of Science and Education Richard Murphy, Jane Watt of the Discovery Center board and Lynne Irvine, president of the Discovery Center board, meet to discuss prospects for an ecologically-friendly summer camp on Marco.
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Jane Watt, a leader among Marco citizens working toward an on-Island charter high school, discusses her desire to stay non-political in the efforts to improve education during a meeting Saturday on the issue at Marco Island Charter Middle School.
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Jane Watt, Tara Hagan and Lynne Irvine, members of the non-profit Marco Island Discovery Center, prepare to request support from Marco's Planning Board Friday for their proposed charter high school. Fay Biles, far right, who serves on an FGCU advisory board had said FGCU is interested in sponsoring the Marco charter high school but the group said they had not yet had the opportunity to meet with FGCU to confirm their interest level and need the University to confirm or deny it so they may move on to get sponsorship from another college if needed.

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