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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 Hydrilla Article by Debi and Dave Bailey Greenwood County Lake Management Report 303D on the status of
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Minutes April 20, 2017
(Meeting at CPW) Thanks to Mike Monaghan and CPW
Attendees: Jeff Auman, Grant Blair, Claude Blakely, Bob Bowers, Bill and Jerry Church, Joyce Cossey, Jeff Field, Jean Fishel, Rich Hermann, Dave Hildebrand, Joanne Hochheimer, Tom Hockheimer, Walker Moore, Dehores Mctcalf, Craig Stuckey, Amaryllis Turman, and Walt Willard
Treasurer’s Report Balance $2225.00
Capsugel’s Green Program
Amaryllis Turman presented information about the green program at Capsugel. Ms. Turman explained that Capsugel has applied to become a “GREEN COMPANY” and prior to that they began programs to reduce their contributions to the county landfill. Since February 2016 they have reduced this by approximately 90% and will continue their efforts in creating more sustainability projects within all their facilities.
Laurens County Water and Sewer Draw Out Site Update
Jeff Fields updated everyone on the draw out construction site. They are preparing a pad for the Pilot Plant and things are moving along as planned.
Connect Lake Greenwood – Life on the Lake Summit 2017
Grant Blair reported that the event was well attended. PLG shared a booth with Camp Fellowship and sold all but five maps. Highlights included, A new Restaurant “Break on the Lake” will be coming, not sure when or where, 4th Annual Lights on the Lake 4th of July Weekend and an eclipse watching event on August 21st at Camp Fellowship.
Fishing Team Report
Grant Blair listed the following achievements from our area for the State competition. Abbeville High School 1st place, Greenwood High placed 2nd place, and Ninety Six Middle School received Trophies.
Chris Starker reported that the Pipeline was given the Green Light, no stopping it now.
Waterloo Water Wizards – WWW
Tom Hochheimer reported that The South Carolina Adopt a stream program is still in the planning and organization stage. Water sampling will be done monthly and added to the database. Thank you to Upstate Forever for providing material for this program which reduce the cost tremendously. If you want or would like sampling done in other areas around the lake, please contact Julie Davis at Lake Management.
South Carolina Rural Water Association Meeting
Tom Hochheimer reported that the attendance was not great but the PLG presentations by Grant Blair and himself were well received.
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. Minutes March 16, 2017 (Meeting at CPW) Thanks to Mike Monaghan and CPW
Lake Greenwood and our water is a valuable resource to all of us. Elementary School students in Greenwood, Laurens, and Newberry Counties were invited to participate in an art contest to help promote the conservation of Lake Greenwood. We all
Photos from the day’s events by Grant Blair shown below.
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