Please join us for our second general meeting of 2014. It will be held on Tuesday, September 30 at 7pm in the clubhouse. All CLIA members are welcome to join.
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Volunteers are needed for this Saturday and Sunday 9/20 & 9/21 to continue spreading wood chips under and around all the boat racks on Turtle Island. Please show up at any time, even if only for 30 minutes, as every little bit helps. Bring your own shovels and metal rakes. There are two wheelbarrows at the island that can be used. Please try to keep wood chips 6 feet away from the water. Thank you for your help!
Please DO NOT place your boats back into your Turtle Island slips until after Sunday September 21st.
Now that the fireworks have passed we have more maintenance to complete, which includes:
- Removing rotten wood which will be replaced with pressure treated wood.
– Reinforcing the canoe racks on Turtle Island so storing kayaks is easier.
– Renumbering all boat slips so they are clearly marked.
– Laying down wood chips under and around all boat slips to prevent weed growth.
We’re looking for more assistance this Saturday, 9/13, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free hot dogs and hamburgers will be available for anyone who helps out (even if it’s only for a little while).
We’ll be doing some light construction and clean up on Turtle Island (building racks, spreading wood chips, etc.). We’ll also bring in the swim lanes, turn boards and related equipment for the season.
Thank you for your patience and help,
Turtle Island Sheriff
We need you!
If you want to help out with planning the 2014 Holiday Artisan Sale this year (any help would do), please contact Erika Haedo.
Friday, September 12th at Great Gorge Country Club
Lunch and Registration 11:00am to 12:30pm
Tee Time 12:30pm – Shot Gun Start
Hot & Cold Buffet Dinner at Cupsaw Lake Clubhouse 7:00pm
Your spouse or friend is invited to the buffet dinner – No minors please
$140 Includes Lunch, Dinner, Green’s Fees and Cart
Add $20.00 per golfer if riding the bus.
The bus leaves Cupsaw Clubhouse at 10:00 AM and returns after golf.
Family Sponsors, Hole Sponsors, and Raffle Gifts Are
Always Needed and Appreciated.
Before and during the 70th Anniversary fireworks, from 6pm to 9pm, there will be a safety ban on using boats north of the swim lanes. In addition, no chairs will be allowed on any swim lane docks. Important Safety Regulations
The fireworks will be set off on Turtle Island.
The fire marshall and the police insist upon a strict discipline for everyone’s safety. We ask for your cooperation during this event.
As Labor Day quickly approaches and we say farewell to summer, we still look forward to quite a few activities down at the lake to round out our 70th Anniversary season. Before we make the transition to autumn, join us for a few more weeks for a chili cook-off, 1 last BBQ, an honest to goodness ball, and, most notably, the fireworks spectacular!
Thanks to all who have contributed to making our summer season a memorable one! Cupsaw Lake could not operate without the dedicated efforts and volunteer support we receive, and we could use more of it. Please thank those whom you know that give back to our wonderful community and consider contributing whatever you can to keep CLIA strong.
I’ll stop bothering you about the boats on Turtle Island soon, but thank you for the cooperation that we have received in clearing the island for the fireworks – it is greatly appreciated. We have also appointed a new Sheriff of Turtle Island, Rich Marko. He has already jumped into the role with a passion for organization and the creativity to maximize space for a better TI experience.
Lastly, the General Membership meeting that was slated for September 9th will be moved to October 14th due to the abundance of activities in early September. Hope to see you at the lake!