Chaveirim Members Fish Out Keys From Lake Carasaljo

VIDEO: Chaveirim members this afternoon fished out a pair of keys from Lake Carasaljo. Though retrieving keys from a lake would be like searching for a needle in a haystack, the members set out.

Equipped with some Chaveirim tools, the members took out a boat and sailed over to the aapproximate area of where the owner’s keys fell in.

After about forty five minutes of fishing, the members located the keys. TLS-57.

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  1. chaveirim 57- you did an amazing job. to find a key ring in the midst of all the vegetation that grows in that lake and to retrieve it in 5ft of water is an amazing job well done. thank you lakewood chaveirim for going the extra mile on land on water and even up trees, for the klal. i am pledging $10 to lakewood chaveirim.

  2. Why don’t they call the local fishing keys out of the lake store? do you think it’s right to take away somebody’s business?

  3. I think a shyla should have been asked by the heads of chaverim whether its muttar to put yourself in harms way to go retreve a set of keys from a lake . Many people have drown in lakes shallower then this lake.

  4. I know it’s not relevant to the story and kudos to the Scoop for not sensationalizing or anything but can’t help wondering how those keys got there – I’m sure it’s a great story…

  5. Why were none of them wearing life vests? This was very dangerous, especially in such a small unstable boat.
    Not a very good example for children and adults.

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