Fort Worth, TX – Save Eagle Mountain Lake, Inc. (SEML) is thrilled to announce the launch of their first-ever “Lake Bottom Clean Up” event, set to take place on Saturday, September 16th, from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the renowned Old Ranch House Slough, affectionately known as PARTY COVE.
The event aims to bring together volunteers, both certified divers and on-land supporters, to join forces in preserving the natural beauty of Eagle Mountain Lake. PARTY COVE, a favorite spot for lake enthusiasts, holds cherished memories of joy and relaxation. Now, SEML is extending an invitation to the community to give back to the lake that has given them so much.
Date: Saturday, September 16th
Time: 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Location: Old Ranch House Slough (PARTY COVE)
Certified divers will be teaming up with passionate on-land volunteers to remove debris and trash from the lake bottom and surrounding shoreline. The event promises not only a rewarding experience but also an opportunity to make a lasting impact on the health and aesthetics of the lake.
“We’re excited to launch this initiative to preserve the charm of Eagle Mountain Lake. The ‘Lake Bottom Clean Up’ is a chance for our community to come together and contribute to the restoration of PARTY COVE,” said Cary Lewis, Board Member of SEML. “We welcome divers and volunteers of all ages to be a part of this meaningful event.”
For more information and to register as a volunteer, please visit www.emlcleanup.com. Your involvement can make a significant difference in creating a cleaner and healthier environment for our beloved lake. We are also accepting DONATIONS to go towards the event. If you’re not able to volunteer, please consider a tax-deductible donation for the cause.
About Save Eagle Mountain Lake, Inc.:
Save Eagle Mountain Lake, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of the natural beauty and ecological health of Eagle Mountain Lake. Through community-driven initiatives and events, SEML aims to create a sustainable future for the lake while fostering a sense of environmental stewardship among the community.