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September 2018 General Membership Meeting – Monday, Sept. 24 at 7:00pm @ CLIA Clubhouse
All CLIA members are welcome to attend.
Remember, this is your lake and this meeting is an opportunity to stay informed with matters surrounding this community and to make your voices heard.
Cupsaw Lake is closed for swimming and wading due to a harmful algae bloom (HAB) with high levels of cyanobacteria in a DEP test taken this week. We will need two clean tests before we are permitted to reopen. The next test is scheduled for next Tuesday. The beach area will remain open and boating is permitted, but please exercise caution to avoid water contact.
Hopefully this will be the last weather change for Cupsaw Weekend. We are pushing the kid’s triathlon back to a 12:00 start. Please be at the lake for 11:00 check in. Bring down your bikes and we will make the call if we have the bike portion or just do the swim/run for safety reasons. The rest of the days schedule will follow with a slight delay.
6:00 Polish Night Fab Friday
6:30 Big Splash and Little Splash Contest
9:00 Adult Lake Swim
11:00 Drop off in Kitchen for Bake Off Ends
11:00 Kids Triathlon
12:30 Lunch for Sale. 6ft hoagie and chips
1:30 Sand Games (Sack Race, Egg Toss, Cookie Eating)
3:00 Judging of the Bake Off
4:00 Swim Races (Family Relay, Friends Relay, True Kickboarders and Counselor vs Guard Relay)
6:00 Adult Volleyball Tournament (entering college and older)
6:00 Awards for all of the Day’s events
9:00 Yoga and Breakfast
10:00 Kids Lake Swim
10:00 Bocce Contest – Closest to the pallino ball on the Bocce Green
12:00 Horseshoe Competition. Categories for all ages. Free hotdogs if you participate
11:30 Kayak Races and Adult Float Race
12:30 Kid’s NewcombeTournament
12:45 Free Throw Contest
2:00 Sailing Regatta
2:00 Homerun Derby (Categories for all ages)
6:00 Teen Volleyball Tournament
Get ready for the best weekend of the summer. Join us Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
August 3rd -5th, for nonstop FUN.
Please see above for the entire schedule, but here are answers to some frequently asked questions.
Remember all activities can only be won by Cupsaw Lake Members:
Fab Friday: The Big Splash/Little Splash is open to both kids and adults. See who makes the biggest and littlest splash
Lake Swim: Both the adults and kids swim from the dam on the far side of the lake to the diving boards. Every adult and child must have someone boating alongside them, regardless of your swimming ability. Kids must do a buoy test swim prior to Saturday with a counselor.
Kids Triathlon: You must sign up down at the lake by Friday at 8:00pm. The 5 and 6 year olds do not leave the Cupsaw property. Our 7 and 8 year olds must have a responsible adult on the course with them. All participants must have a shirt to wear during the race to pin their number on and must be at the lake by 10:00 am to register. There will be adults along the course to help the kids if they need it. All riders, including adults must wear helmets. Please let Tricia know if you are available to help. Only Cupsaw kids may participate in this event.
Lunch: Our Hoagie lunch will be on Saturday. Slices of large hoagie for sale
Sand Games, Swimming and Diving: All Cupsaw members (adults and kids) are encouraged to participate in all the events. Guests are welcome to play but cannot win. There will be a kickboard division for the swim races for our 5 and 6 year olds who cannot swim the 25 lanes by themselves.
Adult Volleyball: Please form teams prior to Saturday night. All teams must have at least 2 women. Teams may not have any more than two non-Cupsaw members. All players must be over 18.
Sunday: There is a full day of events this year that will continue the fun all day Sunday. Look at the schedule for horseshoes, kayaking, home run derby, free throw contest, Yoga and more.
New for this year is a teen Volleyball tournament: Please form teams of 6-7 teens. Kids must be entering 8th grade, and no older than graduating high school. Only one non Cupsaw member is allowed per team.
Join us for this great Cupsaw Weekend Tradition. For the safety of all of our swimmers, there are some requirements for the boaters and the swimmers: