‘Save Dragon Point’ Promotes Website To Rebuild ‘Annie’

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BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – The Save Dragon Point organization would like to introduce you to their new website.

“We have been working to update the website and provide our audience with more information about the group,” said the organization on SaveDragonPoint.com.

The goal is to make the website as informative as possible and to include many things, not all of which are currently available. We will be rolling out different pages as they are completed. You will find on this site a sign up for our newsletters, sign up for volunteers, comment sections, financial information(coming soon), Board Members(coming soon), Sponsors(coming soon), our new store and many more things to come.

If you desire to help us financially, you can do so directly from the website. If you have suggestions or ideas on how to improve the site please let us know, our goal is to make it as informative as possible and as user friendly as we can.

If you desire to help this cause financially, you can do so directly from the website.
The Save Dragon Point organization would like to introduce you to their new website.

We would like to welcome you to the first of what will hopefully be many, Release the Dragon Newsletters. Our goal with this newsletter is to provide you with updates, goings on and other relevant information regarding Annie and Dragon Point. Over the past year the group Save Dragon Point has undergoing some learning and growing pains.

We hope everything will go real smooth from here on out, but also know we are going to make mistakes, but we will keep swinging until we get there.

We have completely revamped our old site and hopefully you will find the new site helpful. Bill Miller, Jessica Backer and John Long from LongSites have worked hard to bring you a site that is easy to navigate, informative as well as pleasing to the eyes.

I know they have many more things coming for the website and as they are completed we will let you know. Go ahead visit the site and let us know what you think. Have you ever wondered about the history of the River Dragon called Annie?

Do you have video’s, pictures that you would like to share. Email them to us and we will add them to the website. We will even put your name with the videos and the pictures so that you can get credit.