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Employment History

Vice President

The Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary


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Ulumay Web Site

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Jack Lembeck
Vice President


Ulumay Web Site

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On December 17, 2008, The State Bureau of Historic Presentation finalized, with the Brevard County Historical Commission Manager Stephen R. Benn and the Friends of Ulumay Vice President Jack Lembeck, the designation of the Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary on Merritt Island as a Florida Heritage Landmark.


Historic Feature: Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary - Brevard County Parks and Recreation Department on Florida's Beautiful Space Coast

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The designation of the Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary on Merritt Island as a Florida Heritage Landmark on December 17, 2008 by The State Bureau of Historic Presentation finalized, along with the Brevard County Historical Commission Manager Stephen R. Benn, and the Friends of Ulumay Vice President Jack Lembeck.


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On December 17, 2008, The State Bureau of Historic Preservation, working with the Brevard County Historical Commission Manager Stephen R. Benn and Friends of Ulumay Vice-President Jack Lembeck, announced the designation of the Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary as a Florida Heritage Landmark.
It was a beautiful Florida day, and my guides on this field trip were Vince Lamb and the aforementioned Jack Lembeck, both core members of Friends of Ulumay, and Charlie Corbeil, whose photos you often see in Beach Buzz blog posts. In this photo, Vince, Charlie, and Jack are standing by the gate you'll see shortly after you turn in. Jack and Vince tell me the mosquitoes are fierce there in the summer, in spite of mosquito control efforts. (This IS Florida, and the Sanctuary is bordered by water.)


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In July 2008, the Environmentally Endangered Lands Program purchased property adjoining the park, and about a year ago, Friends of Ulumay organized to preserve and enhance the natural resources of the Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary. What a role model of collaborative effort for the common good!On December 17, 2008, The State Bureau of Historic Preservation, working with the Brevard County Historical Commission Manager Stephen R. Benn and Friends of Ulumay Vice-President Jack Lembeck, announced the designation of the Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary as a Florida Heritage Landmark.
It was a beautiful Florida day, and my guides on this field trip were Vince Lamb and the aforementioned Jack Lembeck, both core members of Friends of Ulumay, and Charlie Corbeil, whose photos you often see in Beach Buzz blog posts.See Just the Facts below on how to get to Ulumay. In this photo, Vince, Charlie, and Jack are standing by the gate you'll see shortly after you turn in. Jack and Vince tell me the mosquitoes are fierce there in the summer, in spite of mosquito control efforts. (This IS Florida, and the Sanctuary is bordered by water.) Please take the time to look at the Friends of Ulumay web site that Vince has developed, and if you're local, consider getting involved with the organization.


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