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JUNE 2013 NEWS FOR OLIVER AND MARTIN LAKES

JUNE 2013 NEWS FOR OLIVER AND MARTIN LAKES

 

Reminder: Tonight Saturday, June 29 is "Light Up the Boats." Consider decorating your boat with LED lights and meeting at the entrance to Olin at 9:00 PM for a float around Oliver Lake.

 

There is a new posting in the Member Announcements section of our website. Please check it out. A resident could use your help.

 

If you want to join the July 4 flotilla, meet at the entrance to Olin at 3:00 PM. If there is a lake resident who will video the flotilla, we can post that video on the website. Please respond to info.olivermartinlakes@mylaketown.com.

 

The 2013 goose round-up was held last Saturday, June 22. Our lake volunteers rounded-up 17 geese from Oliver. The geese on Martin were tipped off and hid in the swamp to the south! Critter Control will not come the next time unless there are the 30-35 geese per site.

 

A big THANK YOU goes out to all those who have already their dues for 2013. We pride ourselves in having an active Association that supports Oliver, Martin, and Olin Lakes. Your membership in the Association is very important. If you still need to pay your dues, please do so today!

 

Congratulations to these Directors elected at the Annual Meeting. They will serve 2013-2016.

Section A – Dr. Dan Heller

Section C – Mike Renno

Section D – Don Retterbush

Section E – Cindy Noward

At-Large – Alesia Feiertag

 

OMLICA Officers for 2013-14 will be elected by the Board of Directors at the July 20 Board Meeting.

 

The Pretty Lake Conservation/Education Fair will be held 9:00 – 11:30 AM on Saturday, July 19, 2013, at the Pretty Lake Conversation Club. This event is free and open to all the lakes.

 

The Calhoun County (Michigan) Visitors Bureau is sponsoring a Calhoun County Brew Tour. This all-inclusive event will visit Arcadia Ales, Bell’s Brewery, and Dark Horse Brewing Company. For more information on dates, costs, and what is included, go to www.BrewCalhoun.org.

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