Caney Lake Community Foundation and the Town of Chatham are happy to present our new community Blessing Box, located at town hall. This box will be filled with non-perishable food and supplies for those in need. People can take what they need and leave what they can.
It is our hope that residents, businesses and churches in the area will help us by donating when they can.
A very special thanks to Mr. Mark Droesser with A-1 Honey Do's for building the blessing box and donating it to the community.
Along with, No Child Goes Hungry, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit that donated $300 to help get this project started. http://www.nochildgoeshungry.net/
A BIG "Thank You" to Ronnie Madere with Sign Design for making our new beautiful signs.
We decided to repair and maintain the Town of Chatham flowerbeds as one of our beautification projects this year. We would like to thank the Ladies of the Lake Charity Group and other volunteers that came out and helped us on our first workday. We will schedule another workday in the future to finish up.
Group Picture: Jeff Hairston, Amy Bayles, Kim Dobbins, Tammy Gunter, Dawn Slezak, Sharon Dousay
*More photos from the day can be viewed in the PHOTOS section of our website.
Tammy Gunter, Lindy Kneipp, Dana Butler, Larry Dousay, Dawn Slezak and Larry Dousay
Jeff Hairston and Benson Bagwell
Dana Butler, Kim Dobbins, Dawn Slezak and Tammy Gunter
In March of 2020, CLCF started working on our first community project, to erect a flagpole at the Caney Lake spillway boat ramp to be used for future Prayer at the Pole events in our community. We recognize and appreciate all of the sacrifices that our veterans and current troops endure so that we can live a life of FREEDOM.
Pole Donated by: RHTC, Inc
Flag donated by: Woodman Life - Doty Guinn, Financial Representative
Special Thanks To: Petrin & Jackson Parish Watershed
All smiles are we begin our first community project together.
William and Waylon Sayes checking out the flowerbed and flagpole before the Caney Lake Freedom Celebration.
4th of July Fireworks on Caney Lake
Caney Lake Community Foundation donated books to the entire 2nd grade class at Weston High School to go along with their curriculum this year.