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CALL, COME, GOLF, CAMP!!!!

As all are aware due to the Covid19 Restrictions, we were unable to hold an AGM meeting for the 2020 season. And with restrictions further delayed, the 2021 meeting at this time cannot happen. We will keep all our members posted to a date as soon as it is feasible to hold a proper quorum meeting.

 

We have an agreed upon budget, and copies of financial available to all members if they so wish. There will copies at the clubhouse, if you wish to have please ask our lovely ladies Lana or Jill for a copy.

Due to our wonderful members and golfers, last year was a record year in income and sponsorship. To honor and appreciate all , the board unanimously voted that the 2021 season there would be no increases to any of the memberships, golf rates, or food/beverage prices. We also unanimously voted to not ask for any sponsorship fee to our advertisers. We thank all for the help to get through a tough unknown year, and look forward to another successful one.

We also want to thank all our volunteers for the support and help throughout the seasons, without you, the past few years would not have happened as successfully.

If you wish to book camping stalls for the 2021 season please call the clubhouse. Things are starting to book up, and with an anticipated busy season. You might want a few spots for your season plans.

Jill is planning on running our Junior program this season, with a few extra guidelines. Stay posted to news on that.

Also please when you are talking to the ladies at the clubhouse, to make things easier for them, we request a email address so that we can keep members better informed, we seem to missing quite a few.

Thanks from your Board and Staff. 

The legend of the Haunted Lake.

At one time, the Indians had been in the habit of pitching their teepees on the eastern shores of the lake.  Once, in winter, seven braves camped there for the night. In the morning they saw the magnificent head and antlers of a deer caught in the ice.  Quickly the braves started across the ice-covered lake to secure the prize.  Just as they commenced to chop the ice around the antlers, the mighty beast, still very much alive, broke free and smashing a passage before him, swam straight to shore and disappeared into the woods.  All seven braves were drowned and the Indians believed that their spirits still haunt the lake.  It is claimed that each winter when the lake is frozen over, a huge fissure always appears along the exact path, which the deer traveled to shore.