The nice weather is coming and we will soon be enjoying the true beauty of Cupsaw Lake.
The grounds of Cupsaw Lake are open. While you may be contemplating heading to the lake, please, if you have been in contact with anyone who has shown signs of illness, or if you are sick or have a fever stay at home. There will be many more days to enjoy the lake throughout the year. Should you venture onto Cupsaw grounds, keep in mind that you should stay a minimum of 6 feet from others and you should consider wearing a face covering.
As a reminder, only current 2020 members of CLIA and their guests are allowed on CLIA property. If you aren’t a member, we’d love for you to join. Or, if you aren’t sure your membership is current email Treasurer@cupsawlake.org to confirm your membership. To join, email MembershipCommittee@CupsawLake.org.
Security guards will be on the grounds to ensure everyone safely enjoys the outdoors, and may be confirming membership. Please know they are there for you and to keep our grounds safe. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to speak to the CLIA board, email email@example.com.
The board has scheduled the General Membership Meeting for June 3, 2020 at 7:30pm either in-person or via Zoom. More details to come. Also, your 2020 badges will be available very soon.
Lastly, here are some helpful resources:
The CLAA scholarship program is open to all dependents of CLIA members in good standing and is offered to seniors or high school graduates who are actively pursuing a program in an accredited school.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: Application is due by May 15, 2020.
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We’re doing our part to stop the spread of COVID-19, please also do yours
The CLIA board is closely watching this historical event and may be adjusting our rules and guidelines as needed. The most recent guidelines suggest avoiding groups of more than 10.
- The clubhouse is closed, and events through April have been canceled.
- All CLIA-sponsored events have been postponed.
- The playground has been closed.
Useful resources can be found here:
Email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
To be considered for the position, please send by Friday, February 21, 2020.
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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.
7:30pm @ Cupsaw Lake Clubhouse
Bring your friends.
Come celebrate Cupsaw Lake’s 75th Anniversary in style.
Tickets are $45 each and include dinner, music and champagne toast.
October 12 – 7pm to Midnight
Cupsaw Lake Clubhouse
For tickets: email email@example.com
Venmo accepted: @CUPSAW-CLIA
Find out what’s happening at Cupsaw Lake. Meeting open to all CLIA members. 7:30pm at the clubhouse.