April 2020 - RAIN OR SHINE!!
The Kings River Conservancy hosted the 7th Annual Spring Fling on the Kings on Saturday, April 13, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Lapp River House in Sanger (26210 Elwood, Sanger, 93657).
We will had a taco truck serving lunch consisting of tacos (chicken, beef, and/or pork), beans, rice, and soda or water all for the low cost of $10!!! What a bargain!
Entrance to the event was free and overlooked the Kings River! Proceeds from the sale of lunch and raffle tickets benefited projects such as trail maintenance and public safety education.
The Spring Fling on the Kings featured live music, kayak and fly fishing demonstrations, and boating safety talks by the river."It's always great day to enjoy the river and support the Kings River Conservancy," said Deborah Lapp, KRC board president.
Spring Fling sponsors included Blossom Trail Dental, Reedley Veterinary Hospital, and Valley Public Radio.
The Kings River Conservancy is a non-profit organization dedicated to encourage public safety and sound public conservation practices along the Kings River corridor from Pine Flat Dam to Highway 99. They participate in functions such as invasive species removal, a trout incubator house to release trout into the river, adding warden patrols and maintaining safe public access points along the river.
For more information about the Kings River Conservancy or the Spring Fling, call 559-787-9500.