Thank you everyone who participated or supported the first annual MAINTAIN THE CHAIN event!
DETAILS for the 2022 MTC EVENT
The Fulton Chain of Lakes Association (FCLA) and the Boon Family of Fourth Lake invite you to participate in the annual Boon Family tradition to "Maintain the Chain" (MTC).
What are Self-directed Improvement Projects?
You decide what project you want to do.
Pick a project that you feel is important.
The project can be an individual or a team effort with an environmental focus, that addresses a lake or watershed issue.
Collect trash along the roadside, at campsites or on trails*.
Educate yourself or others about an environmental issue by creating a poster or video.
Create a poster or video demonstrating why you "love the lakes" (great project for younger children).
Helpful Resource Material for planning your project.
Important Safety Checklist (please read).
Submit project descriptions and photos to email@example.com
Gifts of appreciation will be distributed to participants for creative and exceptional effort.
A “Best Project” award will be presented at the FCLA Annual Meeting in August.
Please submit project descriptions and photos to be eligible for a gift of appreciation or a "Best Project" award.
T-shirts with MTC logo (as below) will be distributed to those who register for the event (limit five T-shirts per team).
You may register after the registration deadline and purchase T-shirts ($10) as supplies last. All proceeds will be donated to fund future MTC events.
Please REGISTER HERE.
Registrants may pick-up their T-shirts and trash bags (if needed) at the tourism offices of the Town of Inlet or Town of Webb.
*MTC will provide garbage bags for litter clean-up and will arrange for garbage disposal if needed. Please email us if you need help discarding your trash otherwise please discard your trash according to the Town of Webb or Town of Inlet regulations.
Your participation in the MTC event is at your own risk. Your decision to participate as a volunteer is made of your own free will.