The U.S Army Corps of Engineers and Columbus Sail & Power Squadron have teamed up to promote water safety. Sylvia Chelf, Corps of Engineers resource manager at Alum Creek Lake, said the Corps has once again painted a water safety message on the dam at Delaware Lake facing U.S. 23. The image of a life jacket is accompanied by the phrase “GITR ON,” referring to the need for people to utilize life preservers when using watercraft on area lakes, rivers, and streams. Chelf said the image will remain on the dam for about two weeks and then the Corps will paint another message that will be in place for about two weeks. Both the Corps and Columbus Sail & Power Squadron are members of the Central Ohio Safe Boating Council.

The U.S Army Corps of Engineers and Columbus Sail & Power Squadron have teamed up to promote water safety. Sylvia Chelf, Corps of Engineers resource manager at Alum Creek Lake, said the Corps has once again painted a water safety message on the dam at Delaware Lake facing U.S. 23. The image of a life jacket is accompanied by the phrase “GITR ON,” referring to the need for people to utilize life preservers when using watercraft on area lakes, rivers, and streams. Chelf said the image will remain on the dam for about two weeks and then the Corps will paint another message that will be in place for about two weeks. Both the Corps and Columbus Sail & Power Squadron are members of the Central Ohio Safe Boating Council.


The U.S Army Corps of Engineers and Columbus Sail & Power Squadron have teamed up to promote water safety. Sylvia Chelf, Corps of Engineers resource manager at Alum Creek Lake, said the Corps has once again painted a water safety message on the dam at Delaware Lake facing U.S. 23. The image of a life jacket is accompanied by the phrase “GITR ON,” referring to the need for people to utilize life preservers when using watercraft on area lakes, rivers, and streams. Chelf said the image will remain on the dam for about two weeks and then the Corps will paint another message that will be in place for about two weeks. Both the Corps and Columbus Sail & Power Squadron are members of the Central Ohio Safe Boating Council.

The U.S Army Corps of Engineers and Columbus Sail & Power Squadron have teamed up to promote water safety. Sylvia Chelf, Corps of Engineers resource manager at Alum Creek Lake, said the Corps has once again painted a water safety message on the dam at Delaware Lake facing U.S. 23. The image of a life jacket is accompanied by the phrase “GITR ON,” referring to the need for people to utilize life preservers when using watercraft on area lakes, rivers, and streams. Chelf said the image will remain on the dam for about two weeks and then the Corps will paint another message that will be in place for about two weeks. Both the Corps and Columbus Sail & Power Squadron are members of the Central Ohio Safe Boating Council.
https://www.delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/06/web1_LAKE-PIC.jpgThe U.S Army Corps of Engineers and Columbus Sail & Power Squadron have teamed up to promote water safety. Sylvia Chelf, Corps of Engineers resource manager at Alum Creek Lake, said the Corps has once again painted a water safety message on the dam at Delaware Lake facing U.S. 23. The image of a life jacket is accompanied by the phrase “GITR ON,” referring to the need for people to utilize life preservers when using watercraft on area lakes, rivers, and streams. Chelf said the image will remain on the dam for about two weeks and then the Corps will paint another message that will be in place for about two weeks. Both the Corps and Columbus Sail & Power Squadron are members of the Central Ohio Safe Boating Council.