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JUNE 2014 NEWS FOR OLIVER AND MARTIN LAKES

 

JUNE 21 - ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING
Peterman’s camp dining hall. 9:00 AM. Bring dues if you haven’t already mailed them.

JUNE 28 - LIGHT UP THE BOATS
Decorate your boat with lights and meet at the entrance to Olin Lake at 9:00 PM for a float around Oliver Lake. Rain will be our only deterrent. This float is sponsored by the Events and Social Committee.

JULY 5 - JOHNSON TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT
JTFD will have a pancake and sausage breakfast on July 5 from 7:00-11:00 AM at Taylor Park in Wolcottville. There will be events throughout the day, a parade in the afternoon, and fireworks at dark. ALSO - Consider making a tax deductible donation to the JTFD. Representatives from OMLCIA will present our collective donations to the JTFD at the July 5 breakfast. Please give your contribution BY JULY 4 to Pat Wiltshire A-45 or to Lynn Bowen B-34.

3-PLACE JET SKIS PULLING TUBES
It is legal as long as there is a driver, spotter and one tuber. However, a driver, spotter and 2 on the tube is not legal. You must have room on board for two tubers which is not possible with a driver and a spotter already on the jet ski. We don't want to see anyone ticketed for this and not knowing. Now you know!

MAP FOR TOWING SKIERS AND TUBES
Oliver Lake has many shallow areas. Sometimes our lake guests are unaware of these shallow areas and pull skiers and tubes in an unsafe manner. Each resident of Oliver and Martin Lakes received a map of Oliver Lake with the 2014 spring newsletter. Please post this map on your refrigerator so everyone is reminded about safe boating. Remember all the RED indicates a depth of LESS than 5 feet. This map is also posted on the kiosk at the public launch.

LAKE DIRECTORY
The 2014 Lake Directory will be distributed to Association members whose 2014 dues are current. Have you submitted your 2014 dues to Mike Renno, the OMLCIA Treasurer?

 

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