Carson Newman Summer Bridge Students Community Service Days. Cleaned Island around Black Oak Marina and Cherokee Dam.
August 15, 2020 – Access Life Expo- 7 Pontoon boats took families out for a boat ride. Rain did not stop us from having fun.
Access-Life is a Christian not for profit ministry for those with disabilities. This year’s Expo for the East Tennessee region was at Cherokee Dam Park in Jefferson City. follow link https://access-life.com/etn.
CLUA Clean-ups- Various clean ups across the lake by groups.
Assisted Keep TN Beautiful on islands and shoreline by Dave Millers Dockside Marina.
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Community Service Hours Always Available-
Contact Donna 631-495-0031
These efforts are tiring on our association members and the people that live on the lake. We need all of the community to come out and help all year long. If you see dumping, report it! Help with barrels that are on the islands that need attending. Bags and supplies available. Boats are needed to transport students needing community service hours. Cherokee Lake is beautiful because of marina staff, volunteers and homeowners that put hours into cleaning it. More hands make the job easier.
“Working Together to Make A Difference” works, but only if everyone does it!
Thank you to our supporters and groups that joined us: Tennessee Valley Authority.Grainger County Rescue Squad, Julie Graham, Middle East TN Council of Tourism,Grainger, Hawkins, and Jefferson County Sanitation (donated dumpsters),Cherokee Lake Realty, Jefferson City,Sykes Call Center of Morristown,ReMax of Morristown,Dave Millers Lakeside Marina,Cedar Hill Boat Dock, Black Oak Marina, Gilmore Dock, German Creek Marina, Wa-Ni Village Marina ,Harbor Point, Hopper Bluff, Legacy Bay, Mallard Baye and Chelaque Estates Homeowners Associations, CARE.NET, Sierra Club members, Tennessee Promise Students, Carson Newman University and Students, Keep Hamblen Morristown Beautiful, All lakefront homeowners that take care of the shoreline,.
We are so grateful for all our volunteers who gave up their time and trekked thru water, mud, weeds and some nasty garbage to make the lake safer and more beautiful. CLUA would also like to express their appreciation to all the Lakeway papers for their continuous support in helping get the word out for the clean-ups and meetings.