If you see flood water entering the lake in rivers that should not be there, take pictures and share them on Facebook or send them to Carolyn. We identified some issues for the watershed study. Let’s get some photos to document the problem areas.
Dunlap Lake Residents,
Dam Chair Mike Watts has gotten approval to open the silo today to drop the unusually high water in preparation for the heavy rains predicted on Saturday. The lake water level should drop about 8-10 inches today and probably about the same again tomorrow.
It is expected to go back up on Saturday. Recent storms have caused the water level to rise very quickly. If you have a boat you might want to be sure it is tied securely and that the length of rope between it and the dock is changed as the water drops and rises.
6:30 – 10 pm Sat. Dec. 5
Wildey Theatre, 252 N. Main
This is just reminder that you are one of more than 90 residents signed up for Saturday’s holiday social. There will be a buffet dinner, free sodas and a cash bar. Teddy McCready will provide live music.
If you haven’t been to the Wildey meeting rooms before, be aware that you need to enter through the door closest to the parking lot (not the lobby). You can take the elevator or the stairs to get to the 3rd floor. It is easy to find.
Cooks are encouraged to bring a dessert for the holiday bake-off and/or bring a recipe to share. We do not need a dessert from every family but participation is encouraged.
We are NOT collecting toys to donate this year. Instead, we are letting the holiday bake-off winner choose a charity and the proceeds of the 50/50 drawing will be donated to that 501(c)3 organization.
See you Saturday!!