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Preserving Lake Greenwood Website. Originally created for: “Web of Water: Reflections of Life Along the Saluda & Reedy Rivers.” Published in cooperation with Upstate Forever and Hub City Press, Spartanburg, SC April 2014. This coffeetable book takes the reader on a journey through the Saluda-Reedy watershed, a trip that unfolds through the fine-art photography captured by photographers Tom Blagden, Clay Bolt, jon holloway, and Ben Geer Keys, and in essays by John Lane. (These pictures are protected by copyright and may not be used or copied for any other reason, without written permission by the owners.
The Ninety Six High School Boasts a First-Class Extra-Curricular Team participating in seasonal tournaments. The “Ninety Six Anglers” team hosts an annual tournament in the fall on Lake Greenwood and has competition in the Lakelands Area throughout the year. This year’s
Lake Greenwood residents surround the lake and enjoy the beautiful lakeside living year-round…as the pictures below represent…provided by the Walt Willard family in the Fall of 2014.
Click on a title below to provide information about a topic of interest to you Lake Greenwood Report Card for 2015 PLG_reportcard_150915_Final Greenwood County Lake Management Report 303D on the status of the Lake Lake Levels, normal and heavy
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Minutes October 20, 2016 (Meeting at Camp Fellowship) Thanks to Camp Fellowship for the picnic. (updated)
Attendees: Grant Blair, Craig Stuckey, Walker Moore, Kevin Cartee, Bob Bowers, Rick & Gail Hermann, Tom & Joanne Hochheimer, Bob & Barbara Broome, Walt Willard, Claire Hamanaka, Debora Bailey, Claude Blakely, Austin Trusdale
Treasurer’s Report: $1,669.70
State of Lake Meeting: State of Lake Meeting September 19th at American Legion Post 20 in Greenwood was successful. Special thanks to Mike Monaghan and CPW for assisting in scheduling the American Legion site. Presentations have been posted on PLG’s website, Preservinglakegreenwood.org. We will discuss possible dates and sites for next year’s meeting, possibly in Laurens county.
Signage: New Signs Have been put up on the Lake. These signs were sponsored by the Heritage Foundation.
Christmas Parade: 96 Wildcat Anglers and Eagle Eye Anglers have been contacted and will participate in their respective parades. Ninety Six parade on Dec. 3rd , Greenwood on Dec. 4th.
Rain Barrel Workshop: 20 Rain Barrel Drums were delivered to Camp Fellowship. Five were sold, and there are 12 left. Assembly Instructions will be posted as a PDF
Art Contest: Debbie and Claire reported that letters have been sent to schools in Laurens and Greenwood Artwork is due in on Dec. 9th . Winners will be announced at the March Lake Cleanup.
Water Sampling: One sample gave a high E. Coli reading after last month’s heavy rain, but follow-up samples were o.k, as were all other samples .
Preserving Lake Greenwood Serving Laurens, Greenwood, and Newberry Counties Preserving and restoring the quality of Lake Greenwood for current and future generations through education and advocacy. Community Action Needed Attend meetings to learn about and comment on issues concerning Lake
PLG Art Contest PDF file for printing
State of the Lake Meeting Photos click here State of the Lake Presentations – Click on links below Greenwood County State of Lake 2016 Steve Brown Sediment Removal Review Upstate Forever State of the Lake 2016