Fall color

To the Editor,

If you have not seen the beautiful fall colors yet this year, stop out at the Broughton She- boygan Marsh Park just outside of Elkhart Lake and climb the tallest wooden tower in the state and enjoy the view.

The tower was opened to the public on Christmas in 2009. Over the years it has been a place to come and enjoy the beauty, get proposed to, married, celebrate the life of a loved one, a mass and much more. The surrounding area is part of the 14,000 acres that is called the Sheboygan Marsh and offers the sights & sounds of birds, deer running through the woods, geese landing, fishing for all ages and much more.

The Friends of the Broughton Sheboygan Marsh has bricks and steps for sale yet. If you are interested please call 920-876- 4312.

The Friends group is now working on building a new multi purpose building which will house an educational/meeting room and on the other end of the building will be top of the line new showers for campers.

The Friends group is working on making this build a “Leed” building which means “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design”. We are starting our fund drive in the next few weeks and again anyone is interested in donating you can call the number above.

Take that step or steps to the top and enjoy the hidden jewel of Sheboygan County.

Lil Pipping,
of the Friends group

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