Anyone wanting to save Pike Lake is asked to come to a meeting Saturday.

Data gathered shows Pike Lake is filling with sediment and is a dying lake that needs intervention, according to information provided by Warsaw City Councilwoman Diane Quance.

Paddlers for Conservation will help clean up Deeds Creek from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, with lunch provided by Pike Lake Association.

Then at 1 p.m. in the Fireman’s Building, there will be a meeting with The Watershed Foundation, Warsaw Stormwater Utilities and Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams. The organization will present action plans for dredging Deeds Creek and efforts to control sediment flowing into the lake.

The Fireman’s Building is just east of Pike Lake Campgrounds.

Dues to join Pike Lake Association are $35 annually and enable the association to coordinate and pay for studies, grant applications and spraying for invasive lake weeds.

For more information, contact Quance at 574-265-8216 or Ann and Taylor Seward at 574-453-0003.