Friends of Lower Beaverdam has had a busy spring. On March 26, more than 80 people helped pull invasive plants out of Woodworth Park. On April 16 about a dozen folks pulled 113 old tires – many of them large truck tires -- out of the beaver ponds and hauled them up to Rt. 50, where a State Highway Administration truck picked them up and hauled them off to be recycled. (This saved the town a considerable amount of money.) Volunteers also planted more than 30 trees on that day, which were
procured free from the County.
We continue to work on the trail on the last Saturday of every month and will have an official trail opening on Cheverly Day. We have two planning meetings scheduled, for May 18 and June 8, at 7:30PM in the Cheverly United Methodist Church’s Fogle Hall. Please join us and help us prepare for a fabulous Cheverly Day.