To Protect and enhance the natural vitality of Lake Dunmore and Fern Lake
June 2015 President's Update
Details for each event follow:
LDFLA Offers A Milfoil Training Workshop
Learn how to pull EWM (milfoil)-snorkel or from surface-(Kayak/canoe).
The GOAL is to help people help themselves and the greater lakes community.
Bring your snorkeling gear and/or kayak/canoe and be prepared to go on or into the water.
Sign up on Facebook, or by email or call to schedule private/semi-private.
June 28, 2015
F&W Magoon Public Launch (next to Waterhouses)
Bring your canoe/kayak, a hand-held rake, a net & bucket.
Annual members meeting
July 6th 7:00 pm
Salisbury Congregational Church
- Welcome- “What it takes to run the LDFLA”- Chip
- Approval of minutes 2014
- Overall outline (including fundraising and legislative, two areas not specifically on the agenda)
- Acknowledgements – Past / Present Committee members & Trustees
- Committee Reports
- Membership- Chip and Deb
- Insect Control- Steve K? Brad L?
- Audit- Chip
- Treasurer’s Report/Finance and IAC- Jay
- Presentation of the budget approved by the Board
- Social- Marion introducing the committee
- AIS- Chip and Jim
- Communications- Chip
- Express need to close AIS dialogue for the mtg due to time constraints but encourage ongoing communications
- Demo of social media?
- IT Task Force
- New Business
Night Time Photography Course
Thursday, July 9, 2015
Branbury State Park
The Lake Dunmore Fern Lake Association and the Salisbury Conservation Commission are pleased to announce this course to members and friends. Dan Lovell of Photography and instructor at the Stafford Career Center in Rutland will lead this class. Participants should bring their equipment, mosquito repellant and a flash light. Light refreshments will be served. The class will be about three hours long. Cost is $20 pp. The number of participants is limited so reservations are a must. Register with firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Salisbury Historical Society Presents: Aunt Jennie
Thursday, July 16, 7pm – 8pm
Salibury Congregational Church, Salisbury, VT 05769
The Salisbury Historical Society presents a pictorial and narrative of Lake Dunmores Aunt Jennie (1856-1934). Famous for her Tea House and Restaurants at Lake Dunmore, Brandon, and the Rutland Fair, her father & husband were Civil War veterans who died at early ages. Widowed and raising her family, she became a legend in tenacity and perseverance. Hear her story and see her 1933 plane ride over Lake Dunmore. 50+ pictures. Bill Powers presenter.
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