Hoda Come Home

NEWS ALERT

"Hoda, Now that you're getting married,
won't you please come home to have your wedding?

The Audubon Naturalist Society and YOung Fans invite Hoda Kotb
to the Woodend Nature Sanctuary for her Dream Wedding

For immediate release - December 19, 2019

For More Information Contact: caroline.brewer@anshome.org or 301-652-9188 x23.

CHEVY CHASE, MD - Knowing that the DC region is where beloved NBC Today Show Co-Host Hoda Kotb spent her teen years and graduated high school, and it is home to one of the most beautiful, historic, and award-winning wedding venues around, the Audubon Naturalist Society and special young fans of Hoda felt compelled to appeal to her to come back to the DC region to host her wedding.

“We know that Hoda loves nature, and that’s who we are.  Providing nature education, nature protection, and nature joy is what the Audubon Naturalist Society does year ‘round, so we couldn’t resist the chance to invite Hoda to come home and make the DC-area her destination for a dream wedding!” said ANS Executive Director Lisa Alexander.

Farrah Geis, 10, and Laila Geis, 12, and their mom, Fatma Ismail, are all fans of Hoda, and share her Egyptian heritage. They were delighted to help ANS make a special video appeal.

Watch our "Hoda Come Home" Video here!

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 About ANS: Throughout its history, ANS has championed nature for all by playing a pivotal role in conserving our region's iconic natural places from development including the C&O Canal, Dyke Marsh and, most recently, Ten Mile Creek. Past ANS member and board president, Rachel Carson, author of Silent Spring, is credited with launching the now global environmental movement. ANS's nature experts provide hundreds of opportunities each year for children and adults to enjoy, learn about, and protect the environment.