Spring is just around the corner and with it will come a flurry of activities at the Congamond Lakes. The three ponds, bordering Southwick and Suffield, are a popular warm weather fun spot.
Citizens Restoring Congamond (CRC) is a non-profit, volunteer organization whose mission is to preserve, protect, maintain and enhance the environmental aesthetic, recreation and economic values and promote watershed management of the Congamond Lakes.
CRC meets the second Tuesday of each month from April to October at 7 p.m. at the Brass Rail located at 90 Point Grove Road in Southwick or via Zoom. Members hear critical information impacting Congamond Lakes, presentations, and speakers who will address safety, fish and wildlife issues and more. Anyone is welcome to join the organization. Dues for the year are $30. For more information, please see their website at Congamond.org.
Join CRC on Tuesday, April 11th for their first meeting of the season. Selectmen from both Southwick and Suffield will be the guest speakers as will a representative from Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game.