The Clear Lake Trowel & Trellis Garden Club has completed replanting the landscaping around the entry sign on Parallel Drive. What a huge improvement! The plant selection and placement is great. As the plants grow and mature the low sign will still be visible. See the picture below with Garden Club members and the Kiwanis Club of Lakeport members who helped with shoveling gravel. In addition to thanking the Trowel & Trellis Club, we also thank RB Peters for his donation, the park’s neighbor to the North, the TANF office, for allowing a connection to their water service to supple irrigation water (They are paying for the increased water usage as well!) and to Jim Ruzicka who completed the water connection and ran the line across the creek where we were able to connect.
Read an article in the Lake County News about the Ron Raetz Dog Park here.
This year’s Grillin’ on the Green was the biggest and best in the event’s eight year history. Here is the link to a story recapping the event in today’s Lake County News.
Click here to read the story.
Next Saturday, August 5th, at Grillin’ on the Green you will be overwhelmed by the BBQ being prepared by our 12 grillin’ teams. They are: The Smokin’ Aces (Adam Bruch), Beef Cake (Jesse Richardson), Team JQ (Jason Strickler & Dave Hansen), Lakeside Team (Nurses Assoc. for Sutter), Just the Tri Tip (Tim Biasotti), Livin’ Made E.Z. (Adam Newell), Happy Papa BBQ (Robert Norton), Aaron & Robs BBQ (Aaron Vanderwarker), Delta Iota Tau, City of Lakeport, Kiwanis Club of Lakeport and Early Lake Lions. With this great lineup, we take no responsibility if you go home hungry. ?
The Pump Track was opened in May, 2017 and is receiving a lot of use.
The Committee thanks the Rotary Club of Lakeport for funding its development and Richard Neils for managing the project.
The City Council approved the Committee’s requested relocation of the Equestrian Center to a more appropriate site. This Lake County News article tells all about it.
The Lake County Record-Bee posted an informative article about this Spring’s upcoming project.
RB Peters is doing site prep on the area at the south end of the Jane Barnes Field. The work will create the proper slope and elevations per the engineer’s plans. This area will be developed with a bike pump track, skate area and sand courts.
The recently completed fist phase of the Memorial Grove.
Read the story in the Lake County News here.
Click this link to the Lake County News‘ and read the article on the June 14, 2016 report to the Lake County Board of Supervisors on the park’s development and usage.