It only happens once a year. The Cleanest, Most Family Friendly Event on the Angle Lake Shore Club calendar is happening this Saturday, July 23rd. That is when Shore Club Members and neighbors are invited and encouraged to join together with other volunteers for the Annual Angle Lake Clean Sweep.
The ALSC will be helping all lakeside residents with property clean-up and trash removal. We will also be clearing our streets of trash and are hoping for enough volunteers to cover the area between International Blvd on the west to Military Road on the east, and from S 188th Street on the north to S 200th Street on the south. Last year we were able to clean 8 miles of streets and with your help, we look forward to doing that again.
Date: Saturday, July 25th
Clean up: 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM
VOLUNTEER LUNCH AND RAFFLE PRIZE DRAWING
If you live in this area, please considering meeting at the Angle Lake Park Dock at 9 AM to grab some heavy-duty trash bags and a trash grabber and join your neighbors in the fun. We are hoping all residents will volunteer to help their neighbors, and band together in cleaning up our neighborhood.
We will also be doing clean-up of the shore line and lake bottom at the public park and are looking for divers to help with the junk on the lake bottom. If you know anyone who dives, please contact Judy Williams at (206) 419-4637. We will pay for the air in their tanks and invite them to join us afterward for our picnic lunch and raffle.
After the clean-up from 9AM to noon, we will provide a picnic lunch at the Angle Lake Manor Club Beach with food and a raffle of ALSC shirts. We hope to make this a grand day that will show real benefits for all SeaTac residents who love our neighborhood and the lake and enjoy using it. In the meantime, please feel free to survey your area of the lake, lake-bottom and surrounding streets and open spaces and think about any problems that may need to be addressed in your area.
A special note of appreciation toward the City of Seatac who will help with the disposal of all the trash collected from the lake and our streets.