ADIRONDACK-The East Shore Schroon Lake Association's fourth annual all-you-can-eat pasta dinner will be held Sunday, June 5.
"This is a chance for friends and neighbors to come together and kick-off a new season," said Sally Paland of the ESSLA. "You will have a great meal, support your lake association and catch up with friends and local news."
The dinner will be at Jimbo's Club, overlooking Brant Lake, on Route 8 beginning at 5 p.m.
The menu will include salad, bread, choice of pasta with a variety of toppings, beverage and homemade desserts. The price is $20 for an adult and $10 for children ages 2 to 12. Children ages 2 and younger will be free. For reservations contact Anne Pieper at 494-7421 or email@example.com or Jane Smith at 494-3301 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Checks may be made payable to ESSLA and mailed to ESSLA, Box 206, Adirondack 12808.
ESSLA is working to implement some of the recommendations set forth in the Schroon Lake Watershed Management Plan.
In so doing, ESSLA has established an Invasive Scout Program. The shores of the lake and river have been divided into sections. Each section has a volunteer scout who checks that area for milfoil and other invasives. The sightings are reported and appropriate measures are taken to remove the unwanted plants.
In addition, ESSLA, in conjunction with the town of Horicon, will be placing a Paul Smith's trained lake steward at the Horicon state boat launch this season. The lake steward will educate boaters about the invasives, as well as the impact boaters have on the lake and river.
ESSLA recently received the Conservationist of the Year Award from the Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District.
For more information about ESSLA and how to become a member go online at www.essla.org.