Mississippi Misadventures to highlight S.A.L.T meeting

— Submitted photo Anne Sherve-Ose and her traveling companions paddle along on their trip down the Mississippi River. Sherve-Ose wrote a book about her river trips entitled “Mississippi Misadventures.” She’ll be the guest speaker at the February S.A.L.T. meeting.

Imagine floating the entire Mississippi River and experiencing the beautiful sights and adventurous challenges. A Hamilton County woman has authored a book, Mississippi Misadventures and she will share her story at the Thursday, Feb. 7. S.A.L.T meeting at the City Hall in Webster City.

Anne Shreve-Ose of Williams will share her 13 years of experiences canoeing the entire Mississippi River from Lake Itasca in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico with several of her female friends. Some challenging experiences included encounters with storms, alligators and large commercial boats. She will have books available for purchase.

Coffee, treats and lively conversations will be 9 to 9:30 a.m. Upcoming local events and announcements from law enforcement officials and other county organizations will take place at 9:30, followed by the program.

All S.A.L.T. meetings are free of charge and open to the public. No reservations are required to attend.