Ludington State Park celebrates earth

Ludington State Park offers “Earth Day Celebration” on Saturday, April 22nd. Activities begin at 10:00 A.M. at the Hamlin Day Use Area in the Park. Activities run until 4:00 P.M. A morning fishing contest will kick off festivities, to see who can catch the most invasive fish, Round Head Gobies out of the river near the Hamlin Dam. Bait will be supplied along with a limited number of fishing poles. This starts at 10:00 A.M. and finishes up at 11:30 A.M.


During the whole day, a D.N.R. Forester will be teaching how to age a tree and what diseases look like that can kill trees. If it is a sunny day attendees will see “sun burning wood!” and let you do this activity.There is no charge to participate in the day activities, but a Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry to Ludington State Park. It is $11.00 for Michigan residents.


Chamber Nominees Announced

Ludington & Scottville Area Chamber of Commerce have announced 2016 award nominees. 2016 Community Service Award nominees include Tom & Patricia Ezdebski, Dave & Sheila preston, Ed Santarelli, Dr. Rick Plummer, Sally & Jerry Cole, the Petunia Parade and Kathy Radtke. Business of the Year nominations include Lighthouse Realty, Servpro, The Shade Tree Mechanic, and Century 21 Bayshore. Winners will be announced at the Chamber’s Annual Dinner on May 6th.


Brrrewfest benefits Ludington State Park

On Tuesday, the Ludington Area Convention & Visitors Bureau presented a check to the Friends of Ludington State Park. 775 attendees at Brrrew fest resulted in the single largest donation received by the Friends of the Ludington State Park to date of $13,322.10.

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Bob Sasin, president of the Friends of Ludington State Park, announced that the funds would be seed money toward the construction of a playground located at the Hamlin Beach picnic area in Ludington State Park. As construction nears, Friends of the Ludington State Park will seek public input on the playground design.

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