A group of LSCCF Directors took advantage of the frozen lake surface to re-measure the depth to hard bottom in Little Lake on March 19. Their findings confirmed and enhanced a 2007 study reported in our Lake Restoration Strategy document. Fran Gilman, Bill Frye, and Bill Steinmetz ventured out with an auger supplied by Al Cote and drilled several holes in the ice at various locations on Little Lake. They lowered a graduated 40-foot probe, constructed by Fran, through the holes until the pole reached a firm, hard bottom, and recorded the depth. Most of the trials showed depths of over 30 feet, with one location too deep for the pole to reach bottom, confirming that there is at least one spot in Little Lake over 40 feet deep.