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The WLA would like to help Mass Wildlife with their Spring Eagle Survey, to take place on Friday April 5,2013
Please email me any sightings of Bald Eagles on April 5th Indicate:
mature (White head and tail) or immature ( mostly brown), time seen, location &behavior Please send info to me. Gloria Ricker firstname.lastname@example.org
EINSTEIN is Done for 2013!!!
Official Date & Time: March 25, 2013 @ 12:42 PM
1st Prize $2000 - Christine McWilliams of Uxbridge 11:51 am
2nd Prize $1000 - Ken Mroczeck of Webster
3rd Prize $500 - Gerry Kunkel of Webster
4th Prize $250 - Madalena Smith of Webster
5th Prize Tie at $125 each
Renee Alexander of Thompson, CT
Peg Smith of Thompson, CT
both at 2:10 pm
"See you in 2014 - I just love the Lake!!!"
Great Job WLA-WEF, Sponsors & Partipants
(Einstein as he was departing)
A series of signs denoting Webster Lake as a watershed-protected area will be posted at prominent sites this winter, state Senator Richard T. Moore,
D-Uxbridge, told selectmen at their October 22nd meeting. The Webster Lake Association contacted Mr. Moore recently to have him advocate for the state paying for the signs, Mr. Moore said.
Mr. Moore and Webster Lake Association members flanked a mock sign. The real ones will be aluminum and laminated.
The 45-letter name, Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg, which the senator pronounced, along with the official town logo and a notice indicating the entrance to the watershed district will be printed on the signs.
Gloria Ricker, president of association, said the signs will go up on Interstate 395 at Exits 1 and 2, both north and south, and coming in from Thompson, CT., on
Route 193. Ms. Ricker called it a “big breakthrough” because for travelers through Metrowest towns across I-495, similar signs protect bodies of water used for recreation. “It’s time that Webster start saying we have these rules and regulations,” she said, adding this may make a developer more diligent.
She thanked Mr. Moore’s office for its hard work in getting the state to pay for and install the signs. Senator Moore said he was pleased to move the project along because the Lake is one of the town’s most important assets.
WLA celebrates 10th YEAR ANNIVERSARY
TOWN OF WEBSTER PROCLAMATION
presented on August 20th, 2012
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