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Busy spring, summer schedule

A pair of May events will kick off the summer season in Belle Plaine.

The annual meeting of WAMSCO (Waterways Association of Menominee and Shawano Counties) is planned for Saturday, May 11, at 9 a.m. at the Belle Plaine Community Center. It is open to the public at no charge.

And the Cloverleaf Lakes Protective Association will holds its annual meeting on Saturday, May 25, at the Round Lake Park picnic shelter starting at 10 a.m.

The big news in the area will be the return of fireworks over Cloverleaf Lakes on Saturday, July 6, starting at dusk. The fireworks association has reorganized and will present the first fireworks program since 2015.. The traditional Kiddie Parade is planned for 10 a.m. the same day starting at the boat launch on County Highway Y.

Later in the summer, the Cloverleaf Lakes Triathlon will bring dozens of runners and swimmers to the area for the event on Saturday, Aug. 31.

 

Well water tests coming May 25

Do you know whatís in your drinking water? Free well water tests will be offered to Belle Plaine residents in May. The project will be funded by the town and the Lumberjack Resource Conservation and Development Council, which awarded a grant of $2,780, which is 50 percent of the estimated cost of testing 100 wells.

The testing is scheduled for the weekend of Memorial Day.

May 25: Pickup sample bottles for FREE well water tests, 9 to 11 a.m., Community Center, or 11 to 12 at Round Lake Park picnic shelter

May 27: Return well samples to Community Center for testing, 9 a.m. to noon.

Town officials will hand out bottles to collect well water samples to residents, then will take them to the Center for Watershed Science and Education at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

The Town Board has approved the program and budgeted the funds as a public service to town residents.

WAMSCO annual meeting May 11 in Belle Plaine

WAMSCO, the group that represents Shawano area lakes and streams, will hold its annual spring meeting at the Belle Plaine Community Center on Saturday, May 11.

We will have a variety of speakers with topics to include: WAMSCO projects, shoreline restoration, native plantings, and holistic approach to lake and water quality. It will be held from 9 a.m. to noon All are welcome.

The Cloverleaf Lakes Protective Association, Long Lake Association and Belle Plaine Sportsmanís Club are all members of the Waterways Association of Menominee and Shawano Counties (WAMSCO).

CLPA annual meeting May 25 at Round Lake Park

Residents and friends of the Cloverleaf Lakes will hear updates on water quality and habitat, plans to reinvigorate Fourth of July week festivities, the drafting of a new lake management plan, and options for continuing the fight against aquatic invasive species during the annual meeting of the Cloverleaf Lakes Protective Association on Saturday, May 25.

The meeting is set for 10 a.m. at the Round Lake Park picnic shelter, rain or shine. All are welcome to attend and join in discussion. Eligibility to vote on policy matters and budget items is limited to those with current CLPA membership.

More than 200 households, individuals and businesses had paid dues and renewed for 2019 as of early March.

 




Coming events:

April 16: Town annual meeting, 7 p.m., Community Center

May 13: Town Board, 7 p.m., Community Center

May 25: CLPA annual meeting, 10 a.m., Round Lake Park picnic shelter

May 25: Pickup sample bottles for FREE well water tests, 9 to 11 a.m., Community Center, or 11 to 12 at Round Lake Park picnic shelter

May 27: Return well samples to Community Center for testing, 9 a.m. to noon.

 

 


 

 

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