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LAKE OKABENA

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"We are scheduled to retrieve the statue in April, at which time we must have raised $42,039 to complete the payment."
When that material accumulates, it turns into a rock-like wad of impermeable dirt that water can’t easily get through.
The Center for Active Living in Worthington has 6 kayaks and 10 bicycles available to loan out to members ages 50-plus.
The Indian culture along the shores of Lake Okabena remained undisturbed until the mid-19th century, when white settlers first moved into the area.
Worthington was a natural for the natural ice industry. The railroads were here. The lake was here.
“I’m not sure what our chances of getting a grant our first year are. We’re in competition with everybody else.”

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Carp Solutions now plans to complete a report for the Okabena-Ocheda Watershed District based on the data it gathered.
RSVP needed by Aug. 1
The long-term goal of the project is to keep gravel from washing into the lake, and increase parking overall.

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