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what's that?

try a surf board?

double down

maybe a chain and a strap?

truck power?

note holes in road

oh wow

Is the bumper coming off?

now that's better

hydraulics pressed into service

undefeated

inanimate object is winning

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Bob supervises

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Barbie tool too

fancy visual instructions

you had to be there

he's a swinger

not all mechanical advantage

professional shovel leaning

for extra credit

pay attention!

visual instruction 2

hole to fill

this one is in the lawn

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corner is now clear thank you work crew

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  thank you work crew

The Sampson property, next to the dam, was cleared of two large shrubs that were impeding vision on the corner of the road in front of their house. A volunteer crew worked for several hours, both Friday and Saturday, to assist the homeowner in correcting this safety problem. The area was leveled and left in pristine condition. Thank you Bob Lancaster, Mark Emmert, David Anderson, Jack Brickey, David Brickey, Jeremy Gunderson and Mike Vogas. This kind of a Saturday work crew will become more common moving forward. Please help us when you can.

Fish Committee Report

This May  400 4-6in bass and 25,000 fathead minnows were released into the lake as part of our re- stocking efforts to replenish and restore the fishing in our lake. 

After conferring with Dave LaBomascus, a fish biologist from Stoney Creek Fisheries, regarding our specific lake conditions, depth, size etc. and after a meeting of the fish committee members, we are going to purchase an additional  600 bass, 200 catfish and 300 crappie  for release this fall into the lake.

Complete report here

Annual Meeting Report

 Minutes of the meeting here, Photos of the annual meeting here  by Logan Klein