Pictures, including Fannie in a boat with a paddle in the rain.
We’ll actually have the boats at Reed Bingham State Park West Boat Ramp, so go through the park entrance, across the dam, in Colquitt County, Georgia.
Macedonia Community Foundation has rented the beach or swimming pavilion, which is on the lake at the west end of the dam.
WWALS will be joining the Macedonia Community Foundation at Reed Bingham State Park on Saturday, June 19, 2021, to help people from Brooks, Cook, and Tift Counties, Georgia, and beyond to celebrate Juneteenth.
Fannie Marie Gibbs, Reed Bingham State Park Lake, WWALS canoes
Our contribution will be to supply boats and boating assistance for those who
want to paddle out on Reed Bingham State Park Lake.
For children whose parents do not want to paddle with them,
we will have some adults ready to assist, as we did in June 2019
at the Cook County Centennial in the same location.
All paddlers with WWALS will need to sign the WWALS event waiver
so you will be covered by WWALS insurance; we will have copies of that form there.
We’ll also have the WWALS booth at the pavillion with information about water trails, water quality testing, and advocacy.
Noon to 5 PM, Saturday, June 19, 2021
Reed Bingham State Park East Boat Ramp,
542 Reed Bingham Rd, Adel, GA 31620. Take I-75 Exit 39, turn west on GA 37, right on Evergreen Church Road (CR 99), left on Reed Bingham SP Road (CR 221), in Cook County, Georgia.
Free: This outing is free.
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becoming a WWALS member today!