The July Advocate begins with an article about Dublin’s second lake, Howe Reservoir, complete with some history and related recreational opps. The ConComm updates us on actual progress of beetles released last year to combat Purple Loosestrife, an invasive. The Community Foundation and Trust Funds scholarships are announced, the quality of Dublin Lake’s waters is in sharp focus, and we announce more graduates. Schoolchildren enjoy building birdhouses with the help of Rotarians before school let out, their other town project is on display at the library for all to see, the Raven Run was a great success. The preschool is open throughout the summer and fundraising is underway. Don’t miss the fireworks!
The playground opens, the beach opens, the Friendly Farm opens, the farmer’s market opens, and several Dubliners sent back photos of their travels far and wide. Come to the Yankee Barn Sale! A local craftsman is honored for building an outdoor bookcase for the Cathedral of the Pines, serious music and erudite lectures are under way, the theater is open, and an art workshop is offered. The River Center continues its offerings, CVTC is seeking more volunteer drivers to fill the regional need, and we have all the new monthly news from the DubHub, DPL, and the FDPL.
Tom Warren tells us all about the fish hawk: the Osprey. And be sure to check our advertisers.