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In Memorium

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It is with great sadness that we remember our friend Bob Shuey, of Signal Ridge Marina. 

Bob was an integral part of the fabric of Lake Glenville and he and his family have been great supporters of Friends of Lake Glenville. Our deepest sympathy to Mary, Don, Dan and the rest of the family. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date at Grace Community Church in Cashiers.

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FLG Makes a Clean Sweep of Lake at 2018 Annual Lake Clean-Up Event

Despite rainy weather forecast in the afternoon, the day dawned brightly with lots of sun and good prospects for the removal of a lot of debris and logs caused by the recent heavy rainfall and high water levels. That didn't stop the FLG crew, though!

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PSA: Lake Levels After the Rains & Annual Lake Clean-Up

Many members have asked questions about the very high lake levels that have resulted from the recent heavy rainfall. Our liaisons at Duke have provided the following explanation of how the lake and dam are being managed:

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The Many Wonders of Lake Glenville-High Falls Trail and Recreational Water Releases

One of the most spectacular sights around Lake Glenville is the scheduled recreational release of water from the dam. The 2018 season's scheduled recreational releases from Lake Glenville are June 9, July 14, July 28, August 11, and August 25 between the hours of 10 AM to 4 PM.

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Update on Current Lake Levels as of 2018-01-11

In response to many members inquiries and concerns about low lake levels this month, we reached out to Duke and received the following information: In December, Duke Energy was required to draw the lake down to 86.0 ft. for Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) inspections.

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