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The Newfound Lake Region Association is pleased to welcome this year’s Watershed Stewards, Jenna Detar, and Anthony Jaster.
As part of the Lakes Re- gion Conservation Corps, a region-wide AmeriCorps pro- gram, Watershed Stewards lend their time and talents to further the mission of conserving the Newfound watershed during a six-month service period. Stew- ards support water quality moni- toring of Newfound Lake and its tributaries, guard against aquatic invasive species, build and lead engaging programs for residents and visitors, and work with community partners on projects around the watershed.
Detar comes to the Newfound area from Georgia with a bache- lor’s degree in Geoscience from
Newfound Welcomes NLRA Watershed Stewards
  Jenna Detar
Valdosta State University and years of experience from her career with the Georgia Envi- ronmental Protection Division. Detar hopes to bring a fresh out- look to NLRA. She says, “I’m
Anthony Jaster
thrilled to utilize my existing knowledge and learn new skill sets in order to be a productive member of the NLRA team.”
Jaster grew up in Wisconsin and has enjoyed the outdoors
since childhood. He graduates this spring with a bachelor’s de- gree in Fisheries from the Uni- versity of Alaska, Fairbanks. In addition, Anthony possesses a passion for computers and brings
a background in Information Technology as well as experi- ence working as a park attendant for the Wisconsin Department of Land and Water Resources. Jaster hopes to “gain valuable experience and a better under- standing of the importance of water resources from working at the NLRA.”
Watershed Stewards are visi- ble members of the NLRA sea- sonal staff. If you see them, be sure to say hello! Stay up-to-date on the work of the Watershed Stewards and sign up for their monthly guided programs at:
The Newfound Lake Re- gion Association’s mission is to protect Newfound Lake and its watershed. Through education, programs, and collaboration, the Association promotes conser- vation and preservation of the region’s natural, social, and eco- nomic resources.
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The Hebron Gazebo Pro- gram is excited to announce the 2022 schedule. All concerts start at 6pm on Saturdays. The next concert on July 9th brings back the Michael Vincent Band playing their awesome rock and roll with some blues and original songs mixed in. The Hebron Village Store will be doing the BBQ that night. Our next concert is on July 16th and will feature the Bob Pratte Band playing rock and the BBQ will be by the Hebron Village Store. No Limitz are back as perform- ers on Aug. 6th with the Hebron Village Store doing the BBQ. August 13th is our Family Fun Day which commences at 11am with the Hebron Conservation Commission Hike. At 2pm that day there are many events going on: the Hebron Library Book Sale, Hebron Church Corn Hole Game and Dunk- ing Booth for kids (call Alison
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