Jackson and Evan Burger made these fishing line disposal receptacles just for Cupsaw Lake. Three have been placed around the lake, one at the dam, one leading onto Turtle Island, and one on Turtle Island. Please put you used fishing line in them for proper disposal.
Fishing line is hazardous to our wildlife. It can get caught around birds’ necks, wings, or legs. Raccoons, muskrats, mink and other animals can get entangled in old fishing line.
The receptacles will be monitored by the boys. When they are full, they’ll be emptied, and the old fishing line will be sent to a fishing line recycling company.
Thanks to Jackson and Evan Burger for ensuring our lake is clean and our wildlife is safe.
CLAA Scholarships and the David Diamantopoulos Civic Recognition Award applications are now being accepted. Since 1984, the Men’s Athletic Association has awarded scholarships to graduating High School Seniors from within the Cupsaw Lake Community.
These scholarships and award would not be possible without the efforts of the CLAA members and the generous support of the Cupsaw Lake Community. All graduating high school seniors whose families are members in good standing at Cupsaw Lake are eligible.
Applications for 2019 are available! Download one now >
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Good luck!
Introduction to Soccer and Tee Ball
Sponsored by the Cupsaw Lake Athletic Association
Registration is now open. We need an Assistant Head Coach and other parent volunteers!!
Email email@example.com ASAP to lend a hand, and to reserve a roster spot for your child.
Our program is open to all Cupsaw Girls and Boys 4-6 years old
and teaches basic soccer and tee ball skills in a fun setting
to get them ready for future town sports.
10-week program/1 hour per session / $15 per child
Saturday mornings (beginning once the fields are ready!)