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REDSTONE LAKE COTTAGERS ASSOCIATION

Protecting Your Lake

Bitter, Burdock, Little Redstone, Pelaw & Redstone

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RLCA

Protecting Your Lake

Bitter, Burdock, Little Redstone, Pelaw & Redstone

Healthy Lakes Contest

Healthy Lakes Contest – the basics

And now some added fun for your summer. The Healthy Lakes contest gives you a chance to win some wonderful weekly prizes and at the end of the summer a fabulous Grand Prize of $1000.

It’s pretty simple. Watch for lake health tips each week in the Haliburton Echo, Minden Times. The next week we’ll ask a question about the tip and you’ll email your answer to chacontest@canoefm.com You have until Thursday 5pm to get in your answer.

All correct answers will go into our big sand bucket and each Friday we’ll announce that week’s winner, on The Canoe FM Drive Show and in the papers.

The contest runs from May 29th through to August 31st .

Check next week’s Minden Times and the Haliburton Echo for the first weeks tips.

If you cannot get a copy of the paper in your area you can subscribe to the digital edition. The cost is $36.00 per year, folks can call the Minden Times at 705-286-1288 or email Debbie Comer - Debbie@haliburtonpress.com

The week one winner will get a super prize of dinner for two courtesy of McKeck’s. A great place to dine in Haliburton. PLUS, you’ll get a $25 gift certificate from Northern Expressions, a $25 gift certificate from Lockside Trading, a year’s supply of Eco Ethic septic treatment, a pajama gift certificate from Country Picken’s and BBQ paddles from Walker’s Home Hardware in Haliburton. Wow, indeed.

Get your answers in as soon as you can … send them to chacontest@canoefm.com

We’ll announce the winner on the Canoe FM 100.9 Friday Drive Show and in the papers the following week.

The Haliburton Echo, Minden Times and CanoeFM are pleased to be media partners for the Healthy Lakes Contest.

And a big thank you to the Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners Associations for their leadership.


What to know What to plant Where...

Hot off the press.

Shoreline Plant Search 

Shoreline Vegetation - Expert Recommendations

The Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners Associations (CHA) working with Julia Sutton and their technology partner (TechnicalitiesPlus) have created a web page that will present you with a selection of "Native" trees, scrubs, grasses, wildflowers and ferns for your property.  The tool has options to specify your soil, sunlight, moisture, and location. 

Abbey Gardens is gearing up to source all of the plants and trees - contact them for availability.  Anyways, great tool to maintain or bring your shoreline back to life and greatly enhance your shoreline for all your aquatic friends.

PS. Julia will be speaking at our Annual General Meeting - July 14th.  Stay tuned.



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Membership Update - June 2018

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Membership Update - June 2018

21 June 2018

Mind your Wake

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Now that the lake is ice free, it will soon be time to take to the water once again, be it to paddle, to fish, to go tubing or water skiing or to just explore around the lake. A few keeners might even be out there almost as the ice melts, first wake rights so-to-speak.

Wake, what’s that? Some sort of ripple left behind at the rear of a power boat (the stern for the knowledgeable types) as you race down the lake at maximum speed.

20 June 2018

Rock Our World - Fundraising Dance

Haliburton Highlands Land Trust (HHLT) has recently finalized its newest acquisition - 500+ acres - Barnum Creek Nature Reserve.  We are now seeking support from our partners, neighbours and members for our fundraising efforts - to continue to manage the property in perpetuity; to ensure the long-term health and diversity of the ecosystems are protected and maintained.

20 June 2018

Ladies of the Lakes

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It was on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon of the Victoria Day Weekend that 24 ladies gathered at Judy Cole’s for coffee, sweets and lots of discussion on common interests and activities we would like to do together.

It was soon clear that all of the ladies are interested in meeting new friends at the lake and in spending some time with each other, engaged in different kinds of social activities.  Judy Cole, Donna Luger and Cathy Meades were able to give some insights into the types of activities that the Ladies on Kennisis Lake participate in and how they get things going, as the three of them had attended a meeting of that group last year.  But they emphasized that these are just examples of what could be done and that this RLCA group is free to do what it wishes and make its own plans on how to proceed. Laurie Kerr also gave examples of activities that could be initiated.

20 June 2018

Two futon couches - FREE!

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I have two futon couches (that can also fold out to be beds) that I would like to give away. I do not have a truck so interested parties would need to pick them up.

Dennis Helm
1070 Mansfield Drive (Bitter Lake)
705-754-3754
416-465-7024

20 June 2018

Calendar

Saturday Jul 14, 2018
Save the Date - 2018 AGM

Save the date - 2018 RLCA AGM

21 March 2018

Saturday May 26, 2018
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Haliburton Highlands Land Trust's first ‘Bat’ event of the season is a presentation to learn more about these fascinating creatures and their ferocity to feast on those pesky biting insects.  It is taking place on Saturday May 26th “Exploring the Lives of Bats” at the Minden Cultural Centre @ 7:00pm. Please join them for a presentation by one of the world’s foremost authorities on bats, Brock Fenton, Professor Emeritus of Biology/UWO.

17 May 2018

Saturday Aug 12, 2017
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It's BBQ time
Help keep fishing alive in the County.
Join us for our annual conservation dinner at the Haliburton Curling Club
Saturday, August 12, 2017
View Unique Auction Items from 4 pm
Auction Begins at 5:30 – Dinner 6:00 pm
Tickets: $35/person
$85 per family with children under 18

Tickets: Contact Dee and reserve a table 705-457-9664

14 July 2017
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