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Water quality meeting tonight

PENNOCK -- The St. John's Lake Association will have an informational meeting on lake quality at 7 p.m. tonight at the Pennock Community Center.

Cory Netland from the Hawk Creek Watershed will speak on what is currently being done at area lakes to improve water quality, what programs are available and what citizens can do to help with lake water quality.

Everyone is welcome.