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International Earth Day is today. Our Community Spring Clean is now only a few days away and we have some exciting news!
We have been working with Tiny Seedlings and they have graciously offered to donate a fantastic lunch for everyone who helps out. This year it won’t be the usual, hot dogs. This year we get to warm up with homemade chili and corn on the cob! Thank you Tiny Seedlings!
United Soils has not only offered to supply the garbage bags and gloves that we needed but will also be supplying 2 garbage bins for all the waste we are going to collect.
One of our concerns for the Lake is water runoff and the sediment that it carries into the Lake. After a long winter there is a lot of sediment along the sides of the roads that needs to be picked up. When we presented this concern to United Soils they once again stepped up to help our community and offered to use their street sweeper to clean the areas of concern! The sooner we can get the gravel and sand off the road, the more of it we can keep out of our Lake!
We will be collecting used bikes for Africycle, if you have a used bike laying around please drop it off knowing that it is going for a great cause. There is more information about where these bikes go after you donate them at www.africycle.org.
Are you collecting used batteries but don’t know what to do with them…..bring them by and lets keep them out of the landfill, let us dispose of them for you!
If you have a boat that you can’t get out of the water or a dock that is garbage don’t leave it in the lake, email us and we will come by and help you remove it.
Cedar Beach Park will be providing large recycle bins for everything from metal to plastic, lets keep as much out of landfill as possible.
Can’t wait to see everyone Saturday morning, come early for coffee and we get to end with a great lunch and entertainment by Most Excellent Productions!
Should be a fantastic Day!!
Don’t forget, today, that is actually Earth Day please take time to think of our community and our environment and what YOU can do to make a difference.