Meeting to preserve the lake

Preserving Lake Greenwood to convene at CPW, Greenwood
PHOTO: Great day for a cruise. June 4 was a picture-perfect day for pontooning on Lake Greenwood, as Connect Lake Greenwood sponsored food trucks and vendors at the small marina at the Hwy 72 bridge. Another lake issues group, Preserving Lake Greenwood, has scheduled its monthly meeting for Thursday. - Photo by Vic MacDonald/MyClintonNews.com

 

The education and advocacy group Preserving Lake Greenwood will conduct its regular meeting Thursday in Greenwood.

Residents of Laurens, Greenwood and Newberry counties with an interest in the lake are invited to the 1:30 p.m. (monthly meetings on third Thursday) at the Commission of Public Works training room, 121 W. Court Ave., Greenwood. A flyer says the group’s purpose is “preserving and restoring the quality of Lake Greenwood for current and future generations through education and advocacy.”

Anyone with an interest in the lake can “attend meetings to learn about and comment on issues concerning Lake Greenwood,” the flyer says.

Thursday’s meeting agenda includes a review of 2016 goals, reports on turkey farm and wood pellet meetings in Laurens, water sampling training, CPW flyer, fireworks display and camp activities, State of the Lake program, website review and a treasurer’s report.

Craig Stuckey is chairman. For more information, call 864-942-8100, or 1-877-662-3360; visit the website: www.preservinglakegreenwood.org; or Facebook link: Preserving Lake Greenwood/Facebook.com.

 

 

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