FLG 2013 CALENDAR
FLG Board Mtng. 7pm / Gray res.
Quiet Water symposium, 9am – 5:30pm, MSU Livestock Pavilion
Visit the FLG booth!
Wacousta Boy Scout Troop 70
18th Annual Spaghetti Dinner
4:30 – 7pm, Wacousta Masonic Lodge
Corner of Wacousta & Herbison Rds.
In beautiful downtown Wacousta MI
Kids: 4 – 10 yrs, $4
Kids under 4 eat free
Tix @ the door. Take-Out too.
FLG Brd Mtng. Heart and Soul (Sam’s) Restaurant, DeWitt
6:30pm for dinner
7pm mtng starts
Deadline for orders & payments for
Clinton (County) Conservation District’s
2013 Spring Tree Sale For order form & prices: http://www.clintonconservation.org/index/1
DeWitt Community Showcase 5-9pm, DHS Gym
Visit the FLG booth!
Mother’s Day – Take her on a kayak float down the LGR
FLG Spring Float 10am-4pm
Middle section: DeWitt to Wacousta
Drop cars @ Watertown Township’s Heritage Park beforehand.
Launch from DeWitt’s Riverside Park on Bridge St. @ 10am
Mike Gray is organizer: email: email@example.com
11am – 3pm water conservation and recycling open house at SCCMUA, the regional wastewater treatment plant in DeWitt. Organizers want to raise public awareness of the purpose and operation of the modern facility. They’re are inviting Bath & DeWitt schools grades K-5 to take part in 10 different contests with prizes: minnow race, plinko, putt-putt, etc. For contest guidelines, go to: http://sccmua.com/OpenHouse.aspx. The free open house will also feature photos with mascot “Ann Phibian”, plant tours, demonstrations of their Vactor truck, their sewer televising truck, and several community groups’ information booths, including FLG’s popular photo tours display. SCCMUA is located at 3671 W. Herbison Rd., DeWitt. Contact Vern Mckenzie, Process Control Supervisor: firstname.lastname@example.org 517-669-8311, or Lisa Mead.
FLG Brd Mtng. 5:30pm, Berg / Lk. Hattie
Father’s Day - Invite him on a family canoe trip down the LGR & sign him up for LogJamBee `13, Sept. 28
Summer float TBA
FLG Brd Mtng. 7pm, Bishop res.
Fall Float TBA
This is FLG’s annual logjambee during which we cut / remove as many jams as possible to make the river a safer place in which to recreate while helping limit bank erosion and improve water quality. The jams are GPS-ed and ready. We need adults and teens of either gender. Crews will drive to the jam sites.
Meet at @ 8:30am at DeWitt’s McGuire Park East Pavilion, just west of the fire station on Main Street (Howe Rd) for the orientation meeting and your assignments. Return @ 1pm for tall stories and a hearty loggers’ lunch! Bring your waders / work boots, gloves, long-sleeved shirts, hefty ropes
(no ski ropes) and an adventurous spirit. The water levels are low and there are no bugs. Sharpened & running chainsaws are a plus, but not mandatory. For every sawyer in the river, we need 3-5 crew members to remove the limbs & log chunks into the wetland to avoid re-entry into the river during upcoming floods. Please step up – FLG & the LGR need you! Hope to see you, your buddies and families there.
Rain or shine. In case of lightning, Sat., Oct. 5 is our backup date, same time & place.
Annual Public Education Event: The Majestic World of the Arctic Polar Bear, by environmental educator Kathy Donahue, who studied on the arctic tundra with Polar Bear International. Beautiful multi-media show and artifacts. 7pm, Thur. Oct. 10, 2013 at Dewitt Junior High School Auditorium on Herbison Rd. Free family event, donations welcomed.
Larry Arbanas is organizer: email@example.com