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Manitowoc County Lakes Association Annual Banquet
Friday, October 18th, 2019
Location: Meats Opera Haus, St, Nazianz
Time: Cocktails (cash bar) and social hour from 6 to 7 PM
Dinner: Family style dinner at 7 PM with program to follow
Speaker: George Meyer, former Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR)
and Executive Director of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation (WWF)
Door prizes and 50/50 raffle
Cost: $20 per person at the door includes desert and gratuity
Reservations: email reservations to Jerry Corfman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Organized and hosted by the Wilke Lake Advancement Association in coordination with MCLA
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Darren Kuhn has collected many stories in his career as a recreation safety warden, along with a strong desire for people to stay safe while having fun. Kuhn, who works for the state Department of Natural Resources, recently spoke to the Manitowoc County Lakes Association during a meeting in Manitowoc.
Phosphorous levels are slowly increasing in Manitowoc County lakes.
Gene Weyer, water quality testing director and former president of the Manitowoc County Lakes Association, displayed graphs of phosphorous levels on 16 area lakes to those gathered at the association’s Feb. 21 meeting.get more information
February 21, 2019
Manitowoc County Office Building
4319 Expo Dr, Rm 300, at 6:30pm.
Our guest speaker will be Darren Kuhn, DNR Conservation Warden. He will be addressing legal issues, explain the boating ordinance process and getting State approval to boating ordinances. He will take questions regarding creating local boating ordinances, specifically to deal with mirrors on ski boats, and PFD use.get more information
THIN ICE & OPEN WATER ON WEYERS LAKE
January 1, 2017–Weyers Lake as a new aeration system which substantially alters the ice conditions!
DO NOT THINK YOU KNOW THE LAKE BASED ON PREVIOUS YEARS' EXPERIENCE
The aerator has 3 diffusers at different locations, operates continuously, and will produce unsafe ice surfaces.get more information