Friends of Lake Robinson
- Category: FLR Documents
- Created on Sunday, 01 February 2009 17:27
The Mission of Friends of Lake Robinson is to serve the Lake Robinson Watershed through educational, conservational and scientific endeavors which include gathering, evaluating and disseminating information to preserve, protect and enhance the quality of the waters of Lake Robinson and its watershed as a primary source of drinking water and as a unique environmental, recreational, and economic resource. This will be accomplished through a collaborative process that involves local, state, and federal agencies and organizations
Sixth annual Day of Celebration
- Category: Events
- Created on Wednesday, 14 August 2013 17:53
This year's annual Lake Robinson Day of Celebration will be on Sunday, October 13, 2013, from 1 pm to 6 pm. The day will be filled with family activities, good food and good guitar music by Jacob Johnson, a SC native (www.jacobjohnsontunes.com). You can try kayaking or canoeing on the lake courtesy of Sunrift Adventures. You can also visit interesting, educational booths that teach environmental stewardship including: how to use rain barrels, how to prepare raised gardens, practice fire safety and many others. There will be games for children as well as the ever popular bounce house.
Let's join together to learn about conserving the lake and the natural habitat around it. Any funding obtained from the Day of Celebration supports preservation activities.
Lake cleanup 2013
- Category: Events
- Created on Tuesday, 13 August 2013 22:20
We have scheduled Lake Cleanup Day for Saturday, September 21 at 9:00 a.m. to coincide with a worldwide effort, organized by the Ocean Conservancy, to clean up our lakes and oceans. This will be the seventh year that we have sponsored this event. We are meeting at J. Verne Smith Park located off Mays Bridge Road on Lake Robinson. If you have lakeshore property, please take a few minutes and clean up your shoreline. If you want to go the extra mile, you can encourage your neighbors to participate in a neighborhood cleanup as well.
The cleanup is a part of an international event sponsored by the Ocean Conservancy . The Ocean Conservancy encourages volunteer groups to clean up coastlines of lakes, rivers and oceans throughout the world during September. This is an opportunity to demonstrate your concern for maintaining the quality of water in Lake Robinson, and to do something about it. Interested volunteers should bring gloves and other tools to help in the clean up effort. Garbage bags will be provided.
Friends of Lake Robinson has submitted an application to the Adopt-A-Highway Program in SC. The plan is to adopt Mays Bridge Road that runs in front of the J. Verne Smith Park entrance and continues to Highway 101.
Did You Know?
- Category: Information
- Created on Sunday, 01 February 2009 18:07
... that a properly designed and installed septic system can be the safest, most economical way to treat your wastewater as long as it is properly maintained. If you are like most homeowners, you probably never give much thought to what goes down your drain, or what happens to it. If you own a car and understand how important it is to do preventive maintenance (like changing your oil), then you can understand how maintaining your septic system can save you money and headaches "down the road". This guide can help you be sure that your septic system is used and maintained properly.