We had a nice turnout last night, Jeff Harper, Jeff Rubel, Brent, Mark, Jimmy and I worked on holes 2-9. Without chainsaws, Jeff R chopped down some trees with an axe. Aside from the HUGE trees down on #5-6 we pretty much got holes 2-9 cleared up and ready to be mowed or string trimmed (whichever comes first).
Jeff H is going to be talking with the city to find out how soon they can come get those trees out of there and how soon they can come mow.
If anyone WANTS to have a worknight next monday, send me a message and we'll see what we can do. We are now scheduling them every other Monday to see if we can get more participants when we do have a worknight, and to not overload or burn anyone out.
We still have to tackle holes 1, 10-18. The back nine we're assuming is going to need the MOST work, and we really could go back through 2-9 with chainsaws when we get kevin back, mark's fixed, and brad, to clean up the trees we want the city to cut out. Also we could use a rake and a wheelbarrow to get rid of the twiggy piles left by the flood.
We won't be moving the baskets back to their original back nine holes until the back nine is playable, and that probably won't be happening before november.
If anyone wants to go do work on their own time: At Peninsula, the wooded holes 2-10 can always be weedeated, no need to ever ask about that. twiggy piles of sticks that could be raked and moved on #4 (on left near left basket placement) and #7 (left). Also at Sugar, #16's steps going down off the tee really could be weedeated and cleaned up.
In the far future, we will need to landscape #5 short tee and backfill the sinkholes by #5 and #6.
We'll be meeting at the shelter at the Peninsula Monday, Sept 29th at 5:30. Worknights are shorter now b/c of daylight, so if you can spare 1 1/2-2 hours, please come out!