Phyllis Anderson

Anderson_Phyllis.Irvine Ranch Conservancy.jpgHonoree:  Phyllis Anderson

Honored by:  Irvine Ranch Conservancy

Cause Area:   Animals & Environment

Phyllis Anderson has been volunteering with the Irvine Ranch Conservancy since 2007. Over the last decade of service, she has given almost 800 hours to the activities and programs of the Conservancy. A former elementary school teacher, she now teaches and shares with visitors out on the trails. She is frequently found birding in Bommer Canyon, part of the City of Irvine’s Open Space Preserve, keeping an eye out for rare, feathered guests. An experienced, yet humble birder, she is always willing to share her most recent sighting with participants, volunteers and Conservancy staff. Phyllis also assists with children’s programming and outreach activities, engaging the next generation of nature enthusiasts. We thank and appreciate Phyllis for her longstanding commitment to the Landmarks and to the Irvine Ranch Conservancy.

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Author: spiritofvolunteerism

OneOC's Spirit of Volunteerism Awards is Orange County's largest and longest running volunteer recognition program, with 1,100 community members filling the Disneyland Hotel's Grand Ballroom every year to celebrate volunteerism.

12 thoughts on “Phyllis Anderson”

  1. Hey Phyllis,
    Thank you for the years of dedication you have shown towards IRC and the land, we very much appreciate it.
    Congratulations on the award it is well deserved.
    Dave

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  2. Phyllis,
    We are so thrilled to honor you not only as a Founding Volunteer, but for your many years of dedication to the land, programs, and stewardship. Thank you for vital passion and support engaging so many people to the Landmarks.

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