K I N G S L E Y L A K E . O R G
The goal is simple... to serve the community, especially by providing a forum for residents and fans of Kingsley Lake to freely share information & ideas.
Content is provided by our readers. No ones paid and everyones welcome to participate. Nothings censored or removed unless deemed inappropriate or unethical by a panel of regular contributors. If you think were missing something, updates, changes, or have any questions about how or what to contribute, thats when you should step up and offer to pitch in and help us. Please write us and well be happy to work with you to help make your participation easy and fun.
KL.O is provided by vacation home resident Clark Thomas as his gift to the community. If you want to share responsibility for the content & direction you will be heartily welcomed & encouraged.
current KLO staffClark Thomas manages this site and lives in Nashville with his wife Mary Beth and three sons, Jay, Brian & Billy, who spend as much time as possible at Kingsley. Clarks a professional photographer and his family shares the lake house at Dock 74. Email: email@example.com
Christie Torode is our Events & Dates manager, and a Media Specialist at Oakleaf High School in Clay County. She moved to Starke when she was three, and moved to Kingsley Lake when she married Carl in 1980. Christie has two daughters and two grandchildren, is a member of Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, and is also interested in photography. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dolores Atchison says it was love at first sight on her first visit to Kingsley at age eight in 1938, and she came every year thereafter to visit her grandmother, Mrs. Hildabelle Bence. Dolores eventually bought the house she lives in now from Hildebelles estate. For 25 years before moving back to Florida, Dolores worked in Security for several large department stores in New York. Dolores and husband Lou have seven children and eighteen grandchildren. She loves gardening, crafts, and taking pictures, and her photos are frequently featured on the site. Email: email@example.com
Please email us (here) if you would like to help.
some starter IDEAS for potential staffPhotographers... we have a bunch, but yes, good photos are always welcomed! Please send us you lake photosand if you do it often we'll consider you a staffer!
Writers... there are SO many great things to say about Kingsley, don't you agree? Especially profiles about some of our long time lake residents, with historical details and their old lake photos. We could send a photographer to make a current portrait too.
History buffs... We get LOTS of questions about the history of the lake. We could post short personal anecdotes, or even long articles from a variety of sourcesif we had them or new where to find them. Wish we had as many historians as we do photographers! We need help organizing the history info we already have too!
Comments Page Helpers... This may be the easiest and most valuable way to help out. Our "Comments Page" can be a little intimidating, especially for novice computer users. Comments Page Helpers can answer questions, and hopefully inspire new topics for discussion.
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