UPCOMING EVENTS

September Board Meeting
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Dassel Rod and Gun
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October Board Meeting
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Dassel Rod and Gun
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Pork Chop Dinner
Saturday, May 5, 2018
Dassel Rod and Gun

Pot Luck
Saturday, August 4, 2018
Dassel Rod and Gun

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Pot Luck Social is Saturday, August 5th starting at 5 PM at Dassel Rod and Gun

   Social Hour - 5 p.m. (Bring your own refreshments)
   Meal - 6 p.m. We will furnish the meat sandwich, coffee, and koolaid.
      (Please bring a dish to share and your own plates and utensils.)
   Meeting - if any information to share and answer any questions.
   Door Prizes - donations from various local businesses.

Click here for the presentation that Dr. Michael McCartney gave during our annual meeting in May covering zaebra mussels

END OF THE DOCK

Ron Bubany, Editor

We have a great issue of the newsletter for you this summer!!

First of all, the Meeker County Sheriff's office has implemented a great system for keeping us abreast of important announcements, such as Crime Alerts. As a result, the Lake Association will no longer need to support the crime alert function. You can learn how to sign up for this Meeker County service in our "CodeRed" article on page 6.

Every summer we play "Swimmer's Itch Poker" with the lake. On pages 8 and 9 we provide information you should find useful to help combat this problem. A possible control methodology is to use copper sulfate to kill larvae carrying snails. A list of possible sources for this chemical is on page 9.

AGAIN, we have no milfoil in the lake. Mark Johnson describes our latest survey results starting on the next page. Continuing with invasive species, we cover zebra mussels later on page 10.

Also included in this issue are updates on watershed improvements and results of our water quality analysis. Not to mention Sharon Daniels update on our various financial grant programs.

Finally, you can read about our membership and financial status under "Committee Reports". Please don't overlook the schedule for our upcoming potluck dinner coming soon - also included under the committee reports.

Enjoy!

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