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PostPosted: September 7th, 2020, 10:04 am 
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The fall clean up for McCrae Lake is next Saturday Sept. 12.
WCA and all others are invited to help out.
It is a good time to give back to our crown lands.
Quote from Andyh's post from Myccr
McCrae Lake campsite cleanup Saturday Sept 12, 2020 9am.

The next clean up of McCrae Lake CR will be held Saturday, September 12. Anyone who would like to assist can meet at 9 a.m. at the access parking lot.

Due to COVID, McCrae Lake has been heavily used this summer and there was no spring clean up. A friend has just returned from camping there and she said that the water is high, there is a pile of garbage at the access point (which we will ask the Township to pick up) and the sites need cleaning badly.

This is not an official BCKC trip this year. You will need your own boat and partner (I may be able to help if you don't have - contact me).

Please bring lunch and drinks. Take the usual precautions for any possible weather and poison ivy (e.g., raingear, hat/sunscreen, long pants, fleece, change of clothes in drybag, sturdy boots/shoes, etc.).

For the clean-up, please bring:
• gloves
• reaching tool
• green and clear bags
• bucket for glass
• small shovel/rake (opt.)

This is not an official BCKC trip this year. You will need your own boat and partner (we may be able to help if you don't have either a canoe or a partner. Please drop me a note you are coming so I can let the organizer, Marilyn Clark, plan the groups, but do come if it's a last minute decision, please just show up."
Full thread and contact info can be found at
https://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewto ... 8&start=15

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