Renew Our Rivers Lake Cleanup — October 24, 25, and 26! Thanks to everyone that came out for the annual lake clean up. Once again it would not be possible without the coordination of Alabama Power Company, Shelia Smith , Marlon and Betty Glover, Bob May and all the volunteers that always show up to work! Thanks to each of you that provided lunch each day, including Crystal Walker Hunter Bend Realty, WM Grocery and Lakeside Grill. To those that donated the use of their pontoon boats, we thank you. Also thanks to the Randolph County Sheriff's Office and the Randolph County High School Fishing Club for their volunteers. We couldn't have done it without the support of you all in helping keep our lake so clean and beautiful!
Recent Wedowee Scam.... Two incidents recently reported where four guys with truck and trailer about 1/2 full of pine straw approached two Hunter Bend home owners asking if they needed any pine straw spread in their yard. They agreed to price and approximate bales then 30 minutes later they approached the home owner, saying it took a lot more so therefore you owe us twice to 4 times what we thought the amount would be. Being home alone and they were four big guys, they pressured the homeowners into paying more. Sheriff's office was notified with the tag number of the truck. Please be aware of this scam. They were in a late model dark gray Dodge pick up truck with a Georgia tag from Meriwether County. If you see these guys in our area, please call the Sheriff's office at 256-357-4545.
For the Lake Wedowee Property Owners' Association, "Protecting Your Playground" is more than just our motto. It clearly states our mission of safeguarding and improving the quality of the lake environment and the interests of the property owners.
An important aspect of being .a member of the LWPOA includes volunteering to help with many of our ongoing events and services, some of which are shown below:
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Volunteers Needed to Work on Lake Wedowee's Fish Habitat Program!
Alabama Power and LWPOA volunteers will be installing Christmas trees in various locations on the lake Tuesday, February 27th. If you would like to volunteer for this Fish Habitat project be at the Alabama Power location on Hwy. 48 west at 9:00 am . If you have any questions, please contact Mike Tranum at 256-610-4982.