WE EXCEEDED OUR $8,000 GOAL
The annual Eagle Lake Fireworks display was a grand success over Labor Day weekend.  We are very pleased that the weather cooperated, and we wish to extend our sincere appreciation to the many generous donors in our recent fundraising effort.  Thanks to you, more than $2,000 will carry over for next year's event!  Among our 59 donations, we recognize and acknowledge the group contributions from the Eagle Lake Management District, the Eagle Lake Manor Community Association, the Regency Condo Owners Association, and the Island Community.  THANK YOU!
 
 
 
VIDEO COMMITTEE COMPLETES FIRST PROJECT
With a goal of enhanced community engagement, the Eagle Lake Improvement Association formed a committee to create entertaining and informative videos on many topics of interest around Eagle Lake.  The first production, an overview of the Clean Boats Clean Waters program, has been released and it now available for viewing on our website.  Click the image below, or click the Clean Boats Clean Waters link under Programs on our navigation bar.
 
 
MAKING TIDAL WAVES AT EAGLE LAKE
Membership totals for 2021 are very strong, and we appear to be tracking toward another record year for ELIA.  Through September 14th, we have processed the annual dues payments from 221 members.  In addition, the appeal of our Wave Maker program is even stronger than last year.  Click the image below to review the list of 70 households with donations of $100 or more.  We are grateful for the generous donations from our Wave Makers and for the ongoing financial support from each and every one of our members.  Thank you!
 
 
FISHING JAMBOREE A HUGE SUCCESS
Warmer than usual temperatures and some breezy conditions didn't scare away the 40 entrants in this year's Fishing Jamboree.  Event organizers were pleased with the turnout, and residents seemed to enjoy the convenience of online registration and group texting for images of their BIG CATCH.  Raffle drawings were held throughout the morning, and we've declared our winners in the panfish, bass, and northern pike categories.  To learn more about the winning entries, and to find out who won prizes, click the image below.  Prizes were delivered by ELIA board members the week of June 7th.
 
 
MARKETPLACE FOR LOCAL ADS
Do you have an old kayak you no longer need?  Are you looking for a used boat lift or pier?  New items have been added recently, and we expect many more to follow as residents reorganize after the long winter season.  You can submit details and photos directly to our webmaster for review.  Click Marketplace on the navigation bar, or the image below, to check it out.
 
 
 
 
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Posted on Sep 9th, 2021
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