October, 2017, sunset on Little Cedar. Photo by Jim Campbell
September 30, 2017 Roadside Cleanup Crew: L to R Sue Dobmeier, Mary Braton, Brad Kanis, Mary Kanis, Judy Patterson, Julie Solien, Jon Campbell, Jim Campbell and Pete Rowland. Thanks, Volunteers! Photo by Debbie Campbell.
Ed Walczak caught, and released, this 34″ northern pike off his dock on Labor Day weekend.
Saturday, August 12, 2017 – Mississippi River Cruisers
Grill & Chill, Saturday, July 22, 2017
Host and chef extraordinaire, John McIntosh
$285 was raised for the AIS fund
The long and the short of it!
Memorial Day Weekend – 4 lb. bass caught on Little Cedar using nightcrawler!
Perfect day for cleaning up County Road 28 on Saturday, May 6, 2017. Thank you volunteers, Jerry Braton and Steve Haasl!
September 23, 2016 – Fall Roadside Cleanup
Left to right: Mary Braton, Ted Myers, Jerry Braton, Steve Haasl
September 17, 2016 Fall Flavors Fest
September 17, 2016 Fall Flavors Fest Attendees: Left to Right: Paul & Cathy TenEyck, Bob Rykhus, Dar Heino, John & Kathy Gallatin, Ron Nelson, Heather Rykhus, Pat Nelson, Katie Kraft, Becky & Bruce Bogema, Jon Campbell, John McIntosh & Mary Thielen. Seated: Kelly & John Klinepier
July 31, 2016 – Caught and released in Little Cedar
Sunset Bay Resort docks – photo by Jim Spaeth
Cedar Pointe on Little Cedar – photo by Jim Campbell
South end of Little Cedar – photo by Steve Haasl
LtoR: Tim & Gretchen Caitlin, Jim Kieran, Pete Rowland, Les Martin, Katie Kraft, Korky Heinin Photo by Steve Haasl
Photo by Dar Heino
Photo by Debbie Campbell
Photo by Barb Schoon
Photo by Jerry Blackledge
County Road 28 Clean up Crew – Photos by Jim Spaeth
LtoR: Steve Haasl, Mary Braton, Corey & Paul Braton, Kelly Klinepier, Jerry Braton, Debbie Campbell, Noel & Alma Bailey, Mike Cummings, John McIntosh, Frank Simon
Getting started with clean up
Debbie Campbell & Kelly Klinepier