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Water Quality Reports of Lake Glenville are currently provided on a quarterly basis courtesy of Equniox Environmental. Other reporting is conducted by FLG members and volunteers.

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It is with a heavy heart that we at Friends of Lake Glenville announce the passing of Carol Adams, one of our long-time members and most active participants.

CarolAdams Photo 0901 copyOriginally from Connecticut, Carol attended the University of Connecticut, where she met her husband, Bill. She then went on to become president and owner of Solve-It, a sales and marketing business with diverse projects in various markets. That, along with her considerable experience as an officer, board member, and director of numerous community, professional, and social organizations made her well-suited for a position on the Board of FLG.

IMG 3418Carol served as vice-president of FLG in 2001. At that time, she and Bill, her husband of nearly 66 years, split their time between Atlanta and their home in Glenville, where they enjoyed spending time with friends and family, including their son Bill and daughter Margo.

In 2002, Carol was elected President of Friends of Lake Glenville. She faithfully served the organization in that capacity through 2008 and remained an active member of the Board for several years thereafter. During her tenure, Carol's notable contributions included serving as a member of the Duke Power Relicensing Stakeholder Team and on the Membership Committee, where she bolstered member communications through regular, informative newsletters.

Carol's other pursuits and passions reflected her love and dedication for Glenville. She served as co-chair of the Glenville History Project and worked tirelessly as part of the Glenville Area Historical Society, helping to found and open the GAHS Museum in 2016. Most recently, working in conjunction with the historical society board, Carol was putting together the Glenville History Book, a comprehensive look at the rich storied history of the area.

Carol was a vital member of our community and she will be greatly missed. A celebration of life will be held at Glenville Wesleyan Church at a later date.

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