Monday, July 23, 2012

Events at Lake Paradise

This week is so busy since there's several events according the latest notice sent by the Paradise Lake Association

On Wednesday July 25, there's the Greenbelt Open House at the Guernsey's on Carleton Cove.  

On Saturday, July 28, is the pig roast at Clyde's benefiting the Paradise Lake Improvement Board.  The meal starts at 1 p.m. and cost is $8 per person.  The news is that if you can bring a side dish or help out at all you should call Angie Berry at 537-3025.

There is also a boating safety class conducted on Saturday by the Emmet County Sheriff's office.  The class is free but you must preregister so call 231-439-8100 if you're thinking of taking it.  Attendees will get a certificate.

Oh more good news is that on June 13 of this year that over 25,000 fingerlings (the name for walleye fry) were put in Paradise Lake. The DNR intends to reistante its three year stocking walleye (its a program that doesn't cost anything to the local community). The program had stopped as a consequence of the viral hemoragic sympton but research has demonstrated that the walleye fry are not infected with the deadly virus.  

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