cottagers and residents of Pike Lake.
of us with seasonal cottages on Pike Lake are gearing up for another
season of relaxation and enjoyment on the greatest little lake in
Ontario. Those of us who reside on the lake year round get the
pleasure of seeing the lake transform through its four seasons.
Residents reported that the ice went out on April 18th this year and
that some of our loon couples are already back. I heard them loud and
clear last weekend in the evening.
your calendars for these two annual events:
fourth annual and popular Let’s Celebrate Pike Lake Boatilla and
BBQ will take place on Saturday, June 27th. Bring the whole family
as well as your guests.
Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, July 4th. Please
note the new location: the Church Hall in Stanleyville
are having a new event this year: Bug Talk with Marina Petrovic, a
specialist in creepy, crawling, swimming and burrowing bugs that live
on the shores of Pike Lake. This event for kids ages 6 -12 will take
place on Saturday August 9 at the Fowlie cottage on Pike Lake Route
17A. Details to follow.
Pike Lake Post will be delivered to your cottage in early June. In it
you’ll find lots of useful information about your lake and
community. You’ll also find your 2015 membership form. please be
sure to fill it out and send it in to us or bring it to the Boatilla.
The membership form is also available on the website.
want to take this opportunity to express my personal gratitude to Kay
Rogers for her passion and dedication to the Pike Lake Community
Association and for her efforts to build the Pike Lake Community. Kay
resigned from the Board following many years of service. No one can
challenge Kay’s love for the lake or her commitment to “Keep Pike
hoping 2015 at the lake is full of good weather and great memories
for us all.