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Creating A Mascot For Lake St. Catherine

30 Mar 2024 1:45 PM | Jerremy Jones (Administrator)


The Wells Village Library and the Lake St. Catherine Association have received a grant from the Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) to support the Libraries Love Lakes Program.

For 2024, this program will provide funding for four fun and educational events (the first of which was the Giant Map experience last weekend), additional lake themed materials for the section of the library called the “Lake St. Catherine Collection,” a watershed model of our lake, and the creation of a lake mascot to enrich educational programming.

So, we are seeking your input for a Lake St. Catherine Mascot!

When thinking of Lake St. Catherine, what do you think would make a good mascot to represent the lake? An eagle, a fish, a loon, a turtle, a plant, a muskrat...? There are SO MANY things to choose from!

We've set up a survey for the lake community so you can contribute your ideas:

Lake St. Catherine Mascot Survey

Libraries Love Lakes - Lake St. Catherine Mascot Survey

Ideas will be collected and reviewed before work begins, and you'll also be able to indicate on the survey if you'd like to assist us with the creation of the mascot. 

Libraries Love Lakes is an outreach project which pairs school and public libraries with lake scientists to provide collaborative programming emphasizing the importance of lakes in our everyday lives.

Three more seasonally themed future events are being planned for the spring, winter, and fall. Our next event is being planned for May and will have a focus on migratory birds. We hope to have information on this upcoming event soon!

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Lake St. Catherine Association
PO Box 631
Wells, VT 05774

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