Learn about Rocky Shoals Spider Lily April 16
LAKE WYLIE Andrew Lazenby will talk about the Rocky Shoals Spider Lily during the 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, meeting of the Lake Wylie Covekeepers at Camp Thunderbird, 1 Thunderbird Lane.
The presentation showcases the lilies at Landsford Canal State Park and the perils that endanger these and other aquatic and riparian plant species. Learn about the unique life cycle and the ecosystem required to sustain this plant.
Lazenby completed his masters thesis on the flora of Landsford Canal State Park and is a teacher in Clover School District’s alternative program. He also owns an art-based business with is wife, Mary.
USC Bass Open April 26
LAKE WYLIE Hunt Fish Paddle on Charlotte Highway presents the second annual Anglers @ USC Bass Open from safelight to 3 p.m. April 26, launching and weighing in at Buster Boyd Access Area.
Register at 5 p.m. April 25 at Hunt Fish Paddle in Lake Wylie or starting at 5 a.m. April 26. For information, go to huntfishpaddle.com.
Marine group meets monthly
LAKE WYLIE Lake Wylie Marine Commission meets at 7 p.m. the fourth Monday of the month at various locations in York, Gaston and Mecklenburg counties. The public is invited. For more information and meeting locations, visit lakewyliemarinecommission.com.
Lake info available on app
LAKE WYLIE Duke Energy has made its lake information “smartphone friendly.”
The site can be accessed on a smartphone at m.duke-energy.com. The default menu shows an option for Lakes and Recreation.
Duke Energy’s lake information websites – which include recreational water release schedules, lake levels and alerts – attract thousands of hits each month. The number rises steadily when heavy rainfall causes high water conditions at the lakes managed by the company.
In addition to accessing the new mobile-enabled website, boaters can check real-time lake levels and updates at duke-energy.com/lakes/levels.asp, and on Duke Energy’s lake information phone line at 800-829-5253.
Scuba club dives into events
FORT MILL The Carolina Scuba & Adventure Club meets monthly at the Towne Tavern in Fort Mill. Club members will participate in beach cleanups, including an underwater cleanup. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dive team needs volunteers
YORK COUNTY The York County Emergency Response Team is seeking volunteers to join the team.
The team does water-related search, rescue and recovery, swift water rescue, low-angle rope rescue and searches for missing people.
Scuba divers and nondivers are needed. Visit yorkcountyert.com to find out more.
For more information, call 803-372-7593.