Black Lake Stewardship Society


DIAMOND CLUB
$1,000 and above
Alan & Louisa Shimamoto
Anonymous
Anonymous
Black Lake Bible Camp
Brian Wilmovsky
John Aslakson
Ken & Christy Raske
Larry & Sue Smith
Randy Selness
Tim & Sandy Collins
Vernon & Stacy Bonfield
Vince Gildner
GOLDEN SHORES CIRCLE
$500 to $999
Bill Conrad
Bob Zeimek
Brenda & Eddie March
Dan Berschauer
Dena & Kelly Thompson
Dennis Boone
Doug Whitaker
Jeff Lemon
Jonna VanDyke
Kris & Lauri O'Bannon
Lyle Westhoff
Nancy & JB Davis
Pat & Mike Madigan
Ray Dooley
Robert & Nita Sell
Sonny Mike
Tim & Shirley Erickson
BLACK LAKE TRUSTEE
$100 to $499
Bart & Candice Rydalch
Betty Hall
Brian Delay
Conrad & Denise Riedl
David & Blanca Maag
Deb & John Wallace
Donna Bennett
Eric Lee
Francis Metz
Fred Metcalf
Greg Cummins
James & Melissa Beard
Jim & Carol Kirby
Jim Krieger
Joe & Sherry Heye
John & Effie Henkle
John Schumock
Kevin House
Lake & Sherry Stintzi
Leon Flaherty
Linda & Donald Rollins
Linda & Matt Tobin
Mark & Brenda Hetland
Maxine Jones
Nancy Williams
Nikki Pettet
Patricia Spoltman
Patty May
Paul Batton
Phil Brinker
Ruth Carr
Sue Adams
Thu Ngo
FRIENDS OF BLACK LAKE
Under $100
Daphne McGregory
Donna Roney
Katherine Gray
Lori Grossi
Virginia Matson

Algae Lake Watch

 

Thurston County Environmental Health Division is looking for volunteers to “watch” Thurston County lakes for algae blooms. Toxic blue green algae blooms can kill pets, water fowl and other animals. They can also cause serious illness in humans

Volunteer Activities
1. Notify them by email or phone, when you see an algae bloom
2. Take samples and deliver to their office in Olympia
3. Post warning signs in your neighborhood
4. Distribute toxic algae alerts to your neighbors

To become a Lake Watch Volunteer, you can either print, fill out and send them the attached sign up form (click link) or you can enter your information and submit the form electronically.

Call 360-867-2626 for additional information