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Kayak Raffle Perception Swifty Angler 2019-12-07

Kayak raffle tickets available!

[Kayak Raffle Drawing December 7, 2019]
Kayak Raffle Drawing December 7, 2019
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Tickets: Get tickets anytime, online, or at a WWALS festival booth.
Suggested Donation $5.00 for one ticket; $20.00 for five tickets

Kayak Raffle Tickets

Drawing: December 7, 2019; you do not have to be present to win.

What: Perception Swifty Deluxe 95 Angler Sit Inside Kayak, $399.99 value

Why: Support WWALS Advocacy and projects, including water quality testing, water trails, and outings.
And you could always use another kayak.

Thanks: Eileen Box, for donating the kayak!

[Raffle kayak with Gretchen, Cindy, Amy, and Yellow and Brown Dog]
Raffle kayak with Gretchen, Cindy, Amy, and Yellow and Brown Dog

Yes, the wheels also come with the kayak.

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

You can join this fun and work by becoming a WWALS member today!

Ockolocoochee, Little River 1889-01-29

Who knows the Ockolocoochee River? No, not the Ochlockonee River; that’s a bit to the west. You do know the Ockolocoochee River as the Little River, of the Withlacoochee, of the Suwannee. Here is news from 1889 that also includes the boat that didn’t survive from Troupville to Ellaville, which was apparently not a paddlewheel steamer.


Irwin County, 1885a, GeorgiaInfo, Rand McNally Map of Georgia, 1885

Atlanta Constitution, January 29, 1889, Pg 12., quoted in Ray City History Blog, 18 October 2010, More About Troupville, GA and the Withlacoochee River,

THE WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER.

VALDOSTA, Ga., January 19. -[Special.]- Away up near the northern limit of the great wiregrass section there is a big cypress swamp. They call them bays there. From this bay emerges Continue reading

Get a kayak raffle ticket online

2017-07-12: Tickets are sold out!

As seen at Wanee! Raffle sign

When: Now until the drawing at the July 14 12, 2017 WWALS Annual Meeting

Where: Online right here or on the WWALS.net front page, or at any of our events until mid-July, such as the BIG Little River Paddle Race this Saturday April 29, 2017 at Reed Bingham State Park.

What: It’s a Continue reading