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Muskegon Save Our Shoreline (SOS) has been in existence since 1974 and was originally formed to successfully oppose the construction of a steel mill on the shores of Muskegon Lake. SOS continues to be involved with a number of issues primarily involving the preservation of the shoreline of Muskegon area lakes and allowing free public access.

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I promise to protect the Earth, to respect wild animals and their habitats, to explore the wonders of nature through responsible choices and actions. I will lead by my example to help build a better future.

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About Save Our Shoreline
(SOS)

Our Mission is to monitor and protect Muskegon Lake and Lake Michigan in the Muskegon area from filling and degradation as well as maintain and increase public access.

Muskegon Save Our Shoreline (SOS) has been working on behalf of public access and lakefromt environmental protection since 1974, and was originally formed to successfully oppose the construction of a steel mill on the shores of Muskegon Lake. Muskegon SOS is dedicated to protecting the environment on the shores of Muskegon Lake and Lake Michigan. We are not associated with any other Save our Shoreline associations in Michiagn and we do not support their goals. Most recently Muskegon SOS worked to prevent Nugent Sand from installing a pipeline thorugh a critical dune.

The Save Our Shoreline board meets the first Thursday of every month at 6PM. Everyone is welcome. You do not have to be a member or board member to attend.

Officers
Cynthia Price, President
Jerry Bakke, Vice-President
Gail Law, Vice-President
Wendy Austin, Secretary
Greg DeWeerd, Treasurer

Board of Directors:
Karen Bednarek
Nancy Hulka
Jim Wellise


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