The next meeting will be Oct 12th at 7PM at Marzoni’s. In addition to regular business we will have a guest speaker to discuss the status of the Hellbender in PA. Regular business will include updates on the Rutter’s site, Bells Gap Reservoir project and the planned survey of Bells Gap Run.
A crew from Veeder-Root Co. (Duncansville) collected over 500lbs of trash from the middle J on August 28th. Veeder-Root has been conducting clean-ups on the J in the fall for several years. The LJRA supplies gloves and bags and pays for disposal. Joel Bobetich, Ron Chappell, Brad Rettburg, Brent Hopkins, Mark Watters, and James Lemin (absent from this photo) participated. Great job guys!
If your group or office wishes to conduct a clean-up, contact Bill.
The LJRA met on Thursday August 10th at 7PM.
Meeting minutes can be downloaded here
The LJRA met on Thursday July 13th at 7PM. Meeting minutes can be downloaded here.
The LJRA held their annual banquet at the Rivers Edge Lodge along the banks of the Little J on June 3rd. Director Lee Pryor, a founding member and director of the LJRA, won the 2023 Friend of the River Award for his longtime service to the organization. You can read more about Lee on the Meet the Directors page.
Mr. Ants Rods is our new corporate sponsor. Visit his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/mrantsrods
The LJRA held a meeting on Thursday April 13th . The revised bylaws were approved and Logan Stenger was elected to the board of directors. Logan’s bio can be found on the Meet the Directors page of the website. Welcome Logan.
The minutes can be downloaded here.
The LJRA is serving notice of the revision of its bylaws. The proposed revised bylaws can be downloaded here.
The changes include adding two more directors and establishing the office of Vice President.
Saturday, April 15th, 9:00 am to noon
Meet at the Spruce Creek United Methodist Church parking lot by 8:45 Groups (church, office, clubs, etc.) are welcome.
We will clean-up the river-banks and parking areas from Altoona to Barree. All bags, gloves, vests and bottled water furnished. Dress for the weather
(We go rain/snow)
Conditions permitting, we can use a few people with waders to clean around the middle river.
A hot lunch will be provided at the Spruce Creek church after the clean up.
Contact: Bill Anderson 814-569 8843, email@example.com
A printable flyer can be downloaded here
The minutes to the March 2023 meeting can be downloaded here.