Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Solliday: Support critical for South Lake Fire Safe Council

Many thanks to those South Lake County residents who helped support the South Lake Fire Safe Council in 2011!  

The SLFSC is operated solely by volunteers, and our mission is to allocate significant resources to wildfire education, prevention, and preparedness projects in the South Lake County area.

The support that we received in 2011 was invaluable in helping the SLFSC continue its programs and projects, and we are grateful to all of our supporting members.

Thanks to the donations of residents throughout South Lake County, here are some of the projects that the SLFSC was able to accomplish in 2011:

  • Inexpensive chipping provided at over 115 different residential sites,
  • A large fuel break created on Bottle Rock Road,
  • A large fuel break created around Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision,
  • A new fuel break started on Sulfur Creek Road in Cobb,
  • Several existing fuel breaks received much-needed maintenance.


It is only because of our supporting members that these projects were possible, making our South Lake County neighborhood a safer place to live.

Please, take a moment to express your support for the South Lake Fire Safe Council by sending a check of $25 or more to:
 
SLFSC
PO Box 1773
Middletown, CA  95461
 
Checks should be made payable to the “SLFSC” and please write “2012 Membership” on the memo line of your check.
 
Elizabeth Solliday is director and treasurer of the South Lake Fire Safe Council based in Middletown, Calif.

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