Water champion and advocate Jacqui Thurlow Lippisch of Martin County will speak at this year’s Save Our Waters Week finale program at 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Old Courthouse Heritage Museum, 1 Courthouse Square, Inverness.

Lippisch has had many titles over the years, from teacher, to Realtor, to the town of Sewall’s point commissioner, to algae chaser and now member of the South Florida Water Management Governing Board.

She knows what it takes to make a difference in saving our waters and her program empowers listeners to do the same. Register today to learn how you can make a difference. Call 352-341-6428 or go online at

cchistoricalsocietyshop.com to reserve a seat.

This program is in conjunction with the 24th annual Save Our Waters Week and is sponsored by the Inverness Cultural Heritage Council and Keep Citrus County Beautiful.

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