APRIL 2014 NEWS FOR OLIVER AND MARTIN LAKES
Signs of spring are finally surfacing. Docks are back the lake. Fishermen have returned. A few hardy water skiers have even braved the cold water. Now if the leaves would just turn green!
Spring is a good time to browse the OMLCIA website. Read the public content. Then login to your account and review your profile. Change email and addresses, if necessary. Add some of your favorite lake photos. olivermartinlakes.mylaketown.com
Stan Atha will be on the lake Saturday, May 10, weather permitting. If the weather doesn't cooperate, he will be here Sunday, May 11.
The OMLCIA Annual Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, June 21. It will begin at 9:00 AM. Once again, the Petermans have kindly offered use of their camp meeting hall to us.
Directors will be elected at the Annual Meeting for Sections A, B, C, D, and At Large. These five directors will serve three year terms from 2014 to 2017. If you have an interest in serving on the Board of Directors, please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone Lynn Bowen, OMLCIA President. Current Directors for those sections are Pat Wiltshire, Meredith Cameron, Rob Bollinger, Gail Moore, and Joyce Phillips.
The 2014 spring newsletter and dues statement will be arriving in your mailboxes soon. This mailing is the Association's only one using the postal service. All other notices are sent via email blast and/or posted on the Association's website. Be sure your correct email is in your website profile so you are kept informed during the summer.
Wanted to Rent: Oliver Lake home or cottage, furnished, to rent for 1 week in late July/early August. Prefer sleeping facilities for 6 adults. Non-smokers. Will use pier to dock small boat. Tenants are extended family of long-time Oliver Lake resident. Call Roger Bell 260-403-2942 or email email@example.com.
The LaGrange Farmers' Market opens Saturday, May 3. It will be held every Tuesday 2-6 PM and every Saturday 8 AM-1 PM. The market is located by the Court House. Across the street, at the LaGrange Public Library, free seminars will be offered. The topic for May 3 is Landscape Scale, It Can be Accomplished. Stop by and shop homegrown, homemade, and local!
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