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    Default Work day at Seviren Lang 4/27

    Work day at Seviren Lang this Saturday, April 27 at 8:30am.


    This is part of the Edwardsville Spring Clean Up and is your chance to get involved and give back to the course we all enjoy. Please invite your friends and spread the word!

    8:30-9am - Registration at the red barn shelter at the front of the park.
    1pm - Lunch will be provided.
    After lunch we’ll be playing doubles.


    Bring gloves, rakes, wheelbarrows, shovels and pitch forks if you have them.
    Where we have strong emotions, we're liable to fool ourselves. – Carl Sagan

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    The work day is tomorrow morning. Please come out and help keep our courses looking great!
    Where we have strong emotions, we're liable to fool ourselves. – Carl Sagan

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    Will we work rain or shine? Or should we check here in the morning?

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    Check here in the morning.....as it seems rain is in our forecast

    Edwardsville and the Floyd county parks dept will make a call between 730am and 8am...

    I'll give you all a heads up as soon as I hear

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    The course project has been postponed....due to materials and weather...look for a future workday next week.

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    Much thanks to the fifteen 6 year old daisy girl scouts from troop 1236 who walked the course and picked up any garbage they saw...it was an exciting treasure hunt

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