Last week's high winds & waves tore up our picnic and our boat ramp turn around areas. Also a lot of driftwood and trash need to be removed before the damage can be assessed and plans made for repairs. Here's a picture of the driftwood in the picnic area. It's deeper than it looks. Most of our gravel is gone and replaced by a thick bed of debris:
The community is planning a work party next weekend, Saturday March 26 1-3 pm to clean up the areas. Your help is needed! Meanwhile, this weekend Rob Marsicek, David Heron & Nancy Reed dived in to begin the job. Much of the large pieces of driftwood were moved back to the beach:
So come out next weekend to help your community!
James Rudolph reports: "On Saturday October 20th at 4:00 the float was removed for the season. Care was taken to leave the Boat ramp accessible. Getting to the picnic area is a little tight, but I think it is a good compromise. Thanks to all who pitched in: John Hucik , Randy Nolan, Steve Sechrist, and Ron Roberts.
The fact that the new float sustained no damage this year is a great sign. Some wear is evident on the rub surfaces and will be replaced prior to next season."
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