South Shore Park Watch Monthly Meeting January 9 2014

South Shore Park Watch Monthly Meeting January 9 2014

Happy New Year to all from the South Shore Park Watch.
2014 will be a wonderful opportunity to get more involved in making
South Shore Park an even better place to enjoy the lake, protect the beach front,
insure water quality and provide spectacular beauty to our community.
Our first meeting of 2014 will be
Thursday, January 9, at 7:00.
On the agenda:
South Shore Park Beach Quality
2014 Board elections.
This is a perfect time to become an active part of our board.
Bring your friends, your enthusiasm, and your ideas to the first meeting
of 2014.
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South Shore Park Watch Monthly Meeting January 9 2014

Happy New Year to all from the South Shore Park Watch.
2014 will be a wonderful opportunity to get more involved in making
South Shore Park an even better place to enjoy the lake, protect the beach front,
insure water quality and provide spectacular beauty to our community.

Our first meeting of 2014 will be

Thursday, January 9, at 7:00.

On the agenda:
South Shore Park Beach Quality
2014 Board elections.

This is a perfect time to become an active part of our board.
Bring your friends, your enthusiasm, and your ideas to the first meeting
of 2014.

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Nov 14 meeting announcement info

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South Shore Park Watch is hosting a joint friends group meeting with Friends of Grant Park, and Sheridan Park Friends.

Thursday, November 14, 2013
South Shore Park Pavilion, 2900 S. Shore Drive

6 p.m. Potluck dinner. Please bring a dish to share.

7 p.m. Meeting Agenda:
1) County Parks update – Laura Schloesser
2) Great Lakes Alliance Adopt-a-Beach program – Todd Brennan
3) Updates on main activities – each organization
4) Open discussion.

The main goal is for anyone who supports the parks along the south shore to meet and have fun. We hope you can join us!

Please reply to this email if you plan to attend.

South Shore Park Watch Presents John Gurda Built on Water

Built on Water: Milwaukee’s Vital Resource – A Lecture Tour

gurda promo photoLake Michigan and the rivers that feed it have been Milwaukee’s dominant natural resources since the days of the Potawatomi. Join historian John Gurda for a lively, illustrated look at the lake and its adjacent waterways. See how they served the community and how they have weathered a cycle of heavy use to emerge as focal points of both concern and celebration in the twenty-first century

  • Tuesday October 29
  • 7 pm
  • South Shore Park
    2900 S Shore Dr, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53207
  • Milwaukee County Parks, Milwaukee\