You are hereby invited to our first major event, scheduled for Saturday, August 20th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm!
This event will be focused around trash collection and beautification at the Nanih Waiya lake located just 16 miles outside of Talihina. Join us as we dedicate some much needed man-hours into clearing litter around the waterfront. We will supply light refreshments, water and tools required for the cleaning of this great and historic site.
Lake Nanih Waiya was named for the first Choctaw capital in Indian Territory, which itself was named for an ancient platform mound in southern Winston County, Mississippi. Lake Nanih Waiya was constructed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation in 1958.
Check this post or our Facebook regularly for updates as we are working with local leadership to add more the this event and bring more help to beautify and restore this incredible lake.
We thank you for taking the time to read up on our event and hope to see you there! Yakoke!
For more information on the lake, please visit https://www.travelok.com/gb/listings/view.profile/id.4361
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