Lower Grand Coulee Chapter

IAFI’s Lower Grand Coulee Chapter serves the greater Soap Lake and Ephrata region.

Chapter Officers
President: John Moody | (509) 750-1072.

Chapter Meetings – The Chapter meets at 11 AM the second Saturday of each month. Meetings and programs are held at the Soap Lake Senior Center, 121 2nd Avenue SE, Soap Lake WA. Following most meetings and programs, Chapter members and friends drive and hike to a pre-selected site to see and learn about an aspect of the ice-age floods and geology. Past hikes have taken members to various caves and molds, ripples, holes carved by kolks, erratics and Coyote Rock. So bring a lunch and join us. If you forget a lunch, there will be time to grab a bite at a local eatery.

For more information about the chapter contact John Moody by e-mail or at (509) 750-1072.

Please see the Upcoming Events to the right or the General Events Calendar for a listing of all chapter meetings and events.

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