news flash
 February 3, 2018

Thank you ...
... to the 50+ members, politicians and guests who joined us on Saturday January 20 in Dwight for LOBA's annual Open Board meeting. Ian Beverley, LOBA President, updated us on what is happening around the lake; Judith Mills, President of the Lake of Bays Heritage Foundation (LBHF), provided a lively presentation on the foundation's achievements and goals; and Township Councillors Ruth Ross and Nancy Tapley, and District Chair John Klinck briefed us on what's happening in local government. More details will be available in the Spring Current Connection coming out in March.

We kicked off the meeting with this Federation of Ontario Cottagers' Associations (FOCA) video about the importance of lake and community associations. 

Your Views on Algae are Wanted for a Study!

More responses are sought for the 2017 Ontario Recreational Lakes and Algae Survey. The survey is being conducted as a partnership between Queen's University, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, the Muskoka Watershed Council, the Federation of Ontario Cottagers' Associations (FOCA), and Nipissing University.

Results will be available later this year.
Click here to view updates from the Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare Capital Plan Development Task Force regarding the task force's hospital future planning work. 

The Lake of  Bays Tennis Club is looking for Part time help this summer. Click here for details. Resumes due by February 12.
Mark your Calendar
There's lots happening around Lake of Bays in February ...
February 9 & 10 -  Dwight Winter Carnival
February 13 -   Pancake Luncheon, Pioneer United Church Hall
February 16 & 17 - Dorset Snowball Winter Carnival

Photo by Alexander Parr

The purpose of the Lake of Bays Association is to promote, sustain and enhance a clean and healthy natural environment, a well serviced community and a safe and peaceful Lake of Bays.

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