The MNR are conducting Fish surveys in our Lakes this summer.
We need every cottager’s help !
TSSA Want’s to charge our supplier a risk assessment fee of $20,000-$30,000. Many of the smaller refill stations will be closed, so please call or write your Provincial member of Parliament, do it NOW.
We have form letters at Baldwin Bay Marina if you need them. If you know an MPP personally call them. Thank your for your support.
If you have been paying attention to the number of issues there have been of the 507 Express, you will know that we will soon have reached our 200th issue. We have decided that this milestone needs to be recognized in some way and we are looking for your help.
1. Create the cover page for the 200th edition…please submit your entry on a 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet of paper. Please keep in mind that we cannot do colour. Winning entry will receive a gift certificate for the Galaxy Theatre.
2. “Toonie for your thoughts” …..looking for you to add your thoughts to our newsletter, every submission published in the 200th edition will receive a toonie. Do you have a story, poem or joke that you would like to share but have just never got around to it, well now is the time.
any other ideas on how to recognize the 200th edition – please send us your suggestions !
Drop your submissions off at the Cavendish branch library or email to email@example.com
We have used some of the wonderful images taken by the roving webcam at Little Gull Marina onto Mississagua Lake and surrounding area and created this show for everyone.
The Cavendish Community Centre was very fortunate to receive funding from Federal & Provincial government. The Cavendish Community Centre will use the funds to improve the baseball diamond and sports pad aswell as erecting a new accessible children’s playground. The Culture & Recreation would like to thank Pat Kemp and all her staff at the Township for their hard work in securing this grant for the centre.
Kudos to the group from Picard Lake who helped clean up the 507 from Baldwin Bay to South Greens Lake Road. Many thanks to the following who worked in the rain and inspite of the bugs.
Darren Angele, Joanne Brown, Deb Harvey, Patrick Blasutti, Mac Thomas, Fiona Reid, Shirl Delarue, John Harvey, Brad Coles, Carol Armstrong.
It would be great if other Cottage Associations would take up the challenge and clean other sections, it sure could use it !!!
For those folks that may have missed the Spring thaw this year here are a view images showing the transformation taken by the webcam at Little Gull Marina onto Mississagua Lake and created this show for everyone.