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Mille Lacs Lake Watershed Management Group to host Community of Stewards picnic

To get the latest updates, visit http://millelacswatershed.org or email millelacswatershed@gmail.com.

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ISLE — The Mille Lacs Lake Watershed Management Group will have the Mille Lacs Community of Stewards Picnic 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 9, at Father Hennepin State Park in Isle.

Connect with other folks who love the lake and its neighboring waters; enjoy a free lunch of locally produced food and learn actions you can take to assure a healthy future for the lake.

The event will be at the Lakeview Picnic Shelter in the park. There is a special park pass price of $5 for attendees. Tribal members may obtain a free pass at the park office.

RSVP by Sunday, June 26, and to get the latest updates, visit http://millelacswatershed.org or email millelacswatershed@gmail.com.

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