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IMPORTANT DATES

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Saturday - June 15, 2024

10:00 am

East Bay Township Hall

It's time again for our annual general membership meeting! Please join the board this Saturday at 10:00 am and bring your questions, suggestions, compliments, and requests! We will have a short presentation on lake quality and a vote will be held on important items such as raising dues, rewording some verbiage in our bylaws, as well as networking with our neighbors! Coffee and donuts too! Hope to see you there. 

BOARD MEETINGS

All meeting times are in Eastern Standard Time (EST) and held at East Bay Township Hall unless otherwise noted.

April 27, 2024 

May 18, 2024

9:00am EBT

9:00am EBT

June 15, 2024

10:00am EBT

General Membership Meeting

July 20, 2024

9:00am EBT

Annual Member Potluck Breakfast

August, 2024

10:00am

YMCA Camp Hayo-Went-Ha

9:00am EBT

Sept 21, 2024

NEWSLETTERS

Newsletters are produced three times per year (spring, summer, and fall) and are delivered via email to our members. We maintain a small list of members with no email address but will ask new members without email to look for the most current newsletters on our website. 

CURRENT NEWSLETTER

Coming soon!

Summer 2024

2023 ARCHIVE

2024 Arbutus Loons!

Who knew loon eggs are nearly black? Last year we welcomed two baby loons on the 4th of July and this year it's June 14 and we already have two! Both babies are swimming and getting on and off the platform and mom and dad are busy teaching, protecting, and feeding. Sound familiar parents? Below are some photos courtesy of David and Linda, our nest keepers, from egg to loonlet! Enjoy! 

The Bear Necessities

Spring has sprung on Arbutus Lake and the bears are definitely awake and looking for food. They are adorable! but still wild animals and can be unpredictable. If you have one visiting your home, the DNR advises the best thing to do for both the bear and yourself is to bang the pots and scare if off. Bears that become reliant on people for food or lose their fear of people end up as "nuisance bears". The DNR does try to relocate them but they typically come right back and then need to be put down as a precaution. So please take your bird feeders in, don't leave your waste cans out overnight, don't leave pet food outdoors, and keep those pots handy so you can make a lot of noise and Smokey will gently move on. 

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