Thursday, November 18, 2010
LAKE ORANGE CLEAN-UP BY ORANGE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL JR. B.A.S.S. FEDERATION CHAPTER
As a Community Service Project the OCHS Anglers spent an afternoon cleaning up the land and shoreline around Lake Orange. Floating debris, such as Styrofoam worm cans, pieces of furniture, along with metal cans, tires, amounting to nearly 500 lbs was collected. In 2009 the chapter collected nearly 700 lbs. at Lake Orange. They hope that this is an indication that the public is getting better at disposing of their trash in a proper manner. The public is also reminded that the OCHS Angler chapter has placed a monofilament (fishing line) recycling tube at the pavilion. Please dispose of used line here and not the trash cans. The line collected is sent to Berkley Corporation for recycling for the construction of fish habitats.