“Meet Our Volunteers 2” is designed to highlight the dedicated volunteers of Sebastian Inlet State Park. The volunteers listed below are previous recipients of this honor.
Meet Irene Librach ! She’s a proud volunteer with the “Show team” and 2 days a week she puts on her loving hat and rides the south side park watch!!! She is enjoying the single life of Sebastian, as she moved here from Allentown, PA.
When she was asked “Why does she volunteer? She quickly answered it’s such an awesome park!!” What more could you want like being outside all the time and meeting new people.
In her free time Irene enjoys riding her bike especially in the Jungle Trail, hike, kayak, and is an avid reader. She finds sea glass to make jewelry, finds sea beans, and maya cards with friends from her woman’s group.
Irene first heard about volunteering here at SISP when she attended the Earth Day, in April 2016. She talked to our dynamic volunteers and signed up to be a volunteer to spread the word!!!
She enjoys fun things and especially watching the dolphins racing through the Inlet. Her only regret was the day she missed seeing the Right Whales in the Inlet!!!
She’s a busy lady but catch up to her if you can and say Hi!!!!! Even though she’s only been here 2 years she’s got a lot of positive vibes!!!
Stevie Myrick is originally from St. Louis, MO. His family moved to Florida in 1989. In his previous life, he was an Assistant Vice President for a large hospital-based multispecialty physician practice. He is retired and resides in Sebastian with his wife Julie. He has two daughters and 5 grandkids who, luckily, also live in Sebastian.
He has been volunteering at our park for over two years doing Park Watch. He says, “I volunteer at the Park to enjoy something I love, the nature, the outdoors, and the people.” When he’s not volunteering at the park he and Julie love to travel. They are frequent cruisers and enjoy traveling around the country in their camper. And, when they’re not traveling, they’re chasing after their grandkids. Steve took his grandkids to school before he sent in this brief bio. For all you do, Thank You, Steve.