From the Friends of Nolin Lake:
Nolin River Lakeshore Clean-up Campaign, September 23rd:
Each year we ask neighbors and visitors to set aside one day to celebrate and give back to the lake that gives us a place to live, learn, play, exercise and relax. Make a difference in the Nolin River Lake Community by participating in the Ninth Annual Lakeshore Clean-up Campaign, Saturday, September 23 rd from 8:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. It’s our duty to steward and preserve it, and educate the next generation. An excellent family activity where you and your children will have a ‘hands on’ opportunity to connect and make a difference. The clean-up campaign is designated an official National Public Lands Day Event.
This event is sponsored by The Friends of Nolin and coordinated in conjunction with The Corps of Engineers and Nolin River Lake State Park.
When, Where, What to Bring:
On Saturday, September 23, at 8:00 am, stop by any of the following boat ramps to register: Dog Creek, Moutardier, State Park, and Wax. Just check in at the registration table. Groups such as Scout troops, church and school groups are highly encouraged to attend, but should call us at 270-286-4511 to preregister. Don’t forget to bring your own water and sunscreen. Trash bags and gloves will be provided. A pontoon boat will shuttle you to the shoreline where you will pick up trash.
Prizes and Free Lunch!
Afternoon activities start at 12:00 p.m. at the Moutardier picnic shelter. Food provided by Bee Spring Restaurant and prizes will be given away to participants, Sponsored by the Friends of Nolin. Pontoon Boats & Volunteers Needed WE NEED BOATS!! Pontoon boats are vital to this event, as they are required to shuttle volunteers and trash back and forth along the shoreline.
As a token of appreciation, pontoon boat owners will be given a two nights free camping at any Nolin River Lake Corps of Engineers Campground. Tarps will be provided to line your boat for trash pick-up. Remember to have enough life jackets available for all passengers. If you do not have a pontoon, you can volunteer as a registration person or zone coordinator at one of the boat ramps. To register for any one of these jobs, please contact Libby Watt at 270-286-4511.
For more information, please call Libby Watt at the Nolin River Lake, Corps of Engineers Office at 270-286-4511 . You can also visit the Friends’ website at www.friendsofnolinlake.org.
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