Wednesday, 29 November 2023

Thompson, Chesbro, Coleman, Brown and Rushing to speak at 'A Wild Affair'

KELSEYVILLE – Local and state dignitaries will be speaking at the “Wild Affair In Your Park” celebration at Clear Lake State Park on Oct. 4.

This celebration also will be a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Outdoor Education Pavilion.

Congressman Mike Thompson, a longtime supporter of state parks, is very familiar with this project. Former State Senator Wes Chesbro has also championed parks, and in particular Clear Lake State Park during the last critical staff shortage of 1998.

State Park Director Ruth Coleman has taken a keen interest in our local Outdoor Education Pavilion. She sees it as a shining example of merging local community support with state parks to create more educational opportunities.

Both Supervisors Rob Brown and Denise Rushing have recently been involved with the county's purchase of a considerable portion of Mount Konocti. This acreage is contiguous to Clear Lake State Park.

“I am extremely pleased with the support of these dignitaries and the local community for our project, the Outdoor Education Pavilion,” said Clear Lake State Park Interpretive Association President Madelene Lyon.

“Our goal for the project is to leave 'No child left inside,' Lyon added. “We will showcase the local restaurants, wineries and musical talents at this grand finale fundraiser.”

The cost is $35 per person.

For further information and reservations please call 279 4395.


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