Save Maumee’s Annual Fundraiser

~Farewell Miss Maumee~


Saturday April 24, 2021


LOCATION: 501 Rose Ave.  New Haven, IN 46774 ~
Drive down “The Lane” which is between Heartland Communities Farm field and the brick farm house, just east of West Street.

The fundraiser this year should be quite a show!

*Estimated Times 

3pm – Kyle Haller Band

3:45p.m. – Grateful Groove

5:00p.m.- The Debutants

5:45p.m. – Elle/the Remnant

6:30p.m. – Know no oth3r 

7:00p.m. – Belly Dancing by:

– Lori of Troupe Zephyr

– Zosia

– Troupe Metanoia

A Farewell To Miss Maumee!

7:45p.m. – El Camino Hot Tub 

8:15p.m. – Los Lemons

9:00p.m. – Danielle Frederick

9:30p.m. – PyroScope


Sarah Ellsworth

Olivia Perez

Nigel Roper

Gracious Raffle Donations

Sweetwater Sound – Electric Guitar

Dirt Wayne – Composting everything we can

Good Start Packaging – so we don’t serve single-serving plastic

Anonymous Donor- Pink kayak with pink paddle

Come CELEBRATE with us as we wave au’ revoir as Abigail King takes a break in 2021! Brent Warner & Abby are engaged and leaving the USA on April 28! They plan to live a modest Tico lifestyle in Costa Rica for 1 year and promises to return by mid 2022. Goals include living among plants and animals while nestled on a 60 mile landmass separating the Pacific Ocean from the Caribbean Sea.  Abby wants to write and Brent wants to take pictures, but both want to take a break after saving their money. The 2020 Membership Meeting revealed the very competent Board Members have taken all the reigns to Save Maumee! The happy couple plans to marry before returning to the states.

We are hosting a public farewell party for Miss Maumee!  Founder Abigail King has served on the Save Maumee Board of Directors since the birth of this 501C3 nonprofit in 2012. She began researching local rivers in 2001 after purchasing a home on the river for her (then) 3 year old son, Canaan Eubank.  Shovel ready projects have been the name of the game since 2005.

All proceeds go to Save Maumee Grassroots Organization, Inc. to help maintain the 58 acre property donated to us on December 21, 2020!  We seem to need more funding now, so we can continue to make the Maumee River vibrant and healthy!

We deemed this property Rose Avenue Rehab, after completing Save Maumee’s 9th project site for the Riparian Buffer Initiative. 11 acres of this 58 acre property is a capped “closed” landfill hill and it’s all Save Maumee’s now!

We are very sensitive to coronavirus and are hoping everyone will want to spend some time outside by the end of April! Masks will be encouraged and sanitation stations will be provided.

Bring your wallet and the family and come kick it outside to see the property if nothing else!

Please check back to see all the fun unfold right here. Thank you for making our events special, like you always do. Keep being present.

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