Here we are, half the year has gone by where has it gone. We’re looking toward the summer, with plenty of block busting bands to fill the clubs outdoor socializing area off our lounge.
Our golf tournament went well this year with the same amount of golfers. We had more sponsors and prizes this year and are looking forward to next year.
Our summer bash is coming up quick and we are hopeful that we will get enough volunteer workers. Our parking lot will be set up for maximum capacity. We are looking for the cloudless day this year so that the turnout will be better. We also have a headliner band coming in to play this bash and are positively thinking more followers.
On the seawall front our engineer met with us recently, and we discussed the variations of walls out there in the industry for water applications. He took measurements as far beach area entry, squaring off on the southerly side of our lot and tie in to the north end of our lot. We talked about dock pylons in front of the wall for both dock locations. We also talked about wall height in relation to the lake. The conservation commission has strict criteria for walls in the water, and we discussed the time frame for preliminary generic drawings for submittal to the city. There is a lot preliminary work that has to be accomplished before we can actively get bids to build our wall.
The summer months at the League for marine [boating] activity is high along with daily leisure time, swimming, cookouts put on by the members, and just plain old enjoy the lake with your favorite beverage. We hope the summer drags on for weeks so we can enjoy the warm days and nights.
Ronald Reagan on HONESTY
“An America that is militarily and economically strong is not enough. The world must see an America that is morally strong with a creed and a vision. This is what has led us to dare and achieve. For us, values count.”
“We’ve been blessed with the opportunity to stand for something—for liberty and freedom and fairness. And these are the things worth fighting for, worth devoting our lives to.”