Category Archives: Community Advocacy

Sand Dam Reservoir Association Newsletter | April, 2019

Officers’ Updates President Since the last newsletter, SDRA has been busy! No matter the season there is much happening  here on Smith and Sayles Reservoir. Thank you, Mike Benoit, for controlling the water level in our lake; Art Searle for … Continue reading

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Public Hearing Announcement for Waterview Acres

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Non-Herbicide Committee to Meet on Thursday, August 23 — All Grantwriters Welcomed!

A brief meeting of the Sand Dam Reservoir Association Non-Herbicide Committee will take place on Thursday, August 23 at 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. at the home of committee chair, Carolyn Fortuna, 115 Sand Dam Road. Anyone who has experience … Continue reading

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December 2017 SDRA Newsletter

Fall, 2017 was a busy time for Sand Dam Reservoir Association — dam clean-up, lake invasive species survey and assessment, planning for 2018, and so much more! Continue reading

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May 20 SDRA Fundraiser at the Purple Cat Vineyard and Winery

Please join us for a wine tasting event on Friday, May 20th from 7 – 9 p.m. at the Purple Cat Vineyard and Winery on 11 Money Hill Road in Chepachet, RI.  Proceeds will benefit Sand Dam Reservoir Association. SDRA … Continue reading

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Sand Dam Reservoir Association Newsletter, June, 2015

http://www.sanddamreservoir.com Board of Directors’ Updates President- Judy Colaluca Warm summer breezes, reflections of diamonds dancing on the lake, and cool evenings are only a few of the wonders of lakeside living.  Wonderful- summer has begun!! Here is our most important … Continue reading

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Weed Pull II at Sand Dam Reservoir

Sunday, August 10 was the date for the second planned SDRA weed pull event (Weed Pull II) of 2014. Beginning at 3PM and ending at 8 PM, the event was another great volunteer effort. Well organized and well attended, 16 … Continue reading

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