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Happy Holidays

Although I miss the noisy hubbub of summer, it is a wonderful time of year at the lake with the solid white lake and frosted trees.  It is a beautiful sight.  The board has been working hard to continue Kath’s organizational efforts.  Much of the time has been spent reviewing the books and looking at new strategies to increase membership as well as fun things like a website store and business partnerships.  To make the book keeping  more understandable, membership will now follow a calendar year -  January 1 to December 31 beginning in 2014.  David Price offered to update our membership and mailing contacts.  Thank you, David.  Kathy Wirthwein and Karla Cornelius were instrumental in implementing the new website.  Many thanks for all your work!

We have realized that our coffers need some stuffing.  Our expenses out weigh our income in both general fund and fireworks.   We greatly appreciate all that you do to support Lake Harvey Association and our hope is that you will continue to do so.  The trustees will once again have a shortened Ice Out newsletter both on the website and a paper version.  To reduce costs, the newsletter will not be mailed in color.  Color will be available on the website.  By logging into www.lakeHarvey.com you can update your contact information or add your information.  If you add your email you will receive updates automatically through the website.  This would also be great avenue to sent your comments, photos and questions knowing that it is sometimes difficult to get hold of an association member.

On behalf of the Lake Harvey Association, I wish you all a joyful, healthy and safe new year. 

Jackie Sprague, Interim President

What's Going On…. 9/17/2018

LAKE LEVEL STATUS AND LOWERING

Karla Cornelius, President

Outcome from the Barnet Selectboard minutes on variouse aspects of lowering the Lake Level.

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Eye On The Night Sky 12/18/2018

Daily Forecast: December 18, 2018

Heading into the Evening: Mainly clear in the south; decreasing clouds north, with the chance of a mountain flurry. Temperatures in the low to mid 20s south and in the Champlain Valley, otherwise mid teens to around 20. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph, ...

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