Marvin H Jones Nature Center

The Marvin H. Jones Nature Center is not only an educational tribute to a great civic leader and conservationist, it is also an investment in our children's future.  Funded by family and friends of the late Troup County Commissioner and Two Rivers' co-founder, the facility is located on a seven-acre wooded parcel at Troup County . The center is open free of charge to area schools and civic groups by calling (706) 812-7957.

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Executive Board

(Left to right:  Jim Ham, Richard English, Morris Jones, Harold Fallin, Frank J. Jordan, Jr., Tom Lacey, Glen Gosa, Harvey Milner)

Article IV of the Two Rivers RC&D Constitution and Bylaws calls for four elected officers to serve respectively as President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Four additional Executive Board members also elected from the full council membership to serve as members-at-large. Executive Board members are charged with developing policy as well as reviewing and recommending projects for adoption by the Full Council.

  1. Frank J. Jordan, Jr.- President
  2. Tom Lacey- Vice President
  3. Harvey Milner- Secretary
  4. Morris Jones- Treasurer
  5. Harold Fallin- Member at Large
  6. Jim Ham- Member at Large
  7. Glen Gosa- Member at Large
  8. Richard English- Member at Large

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