Please don't forget to bring your aluminum cans for recycling to the Randy Nass residence.
Your aluminum cans are recycled and the money is used to support the streetlight on the south landing, as well as our annual picnic, etc. Every little bit helps! Bring your cans to the recycling bin at the end of 720th Avenue, or give Randy Nass a call and he will come pick them up. We were having trouble with folks doubling our recycling bin as a trash can, so we have changed things up a bit. You can reach Randy at 320-583-5062. And…thank you!
Boat parade at 2:00 pm starting near the south landing. Prizes for most patriotic boat, most creative boat and best dressed dock.
Saturday, June 28, 2014 at noon.
Randy and Mary Nass' (on the East side)
17224 720th Ave, Dassel, MN 55325
We will have annual elections, talk about the quality of the lake, the battle against the curly leaf, and of course, eat, drink and be merry! We will provide a fantastic fish fry and grilled pork chops at no charge. Open to the public, you do not need to be a resident of the lake area to be a member! We appreciate any and all support! Hope to see you there. We kick off at Noon!
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Congratulations to the winners of the 2013 boat parade and dock decorating contests:
Best Decorated Boat: Scott & Barb Lahr Family
Best Patriotic Boat: Pete & Liz Peterson Family
Best Decorated Dock: Isaac & Paul Nass
Congratulations to the winners of the 2012 boat parade and dock decorating contests:
Best Decorated Boat: Stephen & Renee Pawlyshyn Family
Best Decorated Boat: Isaac & Paul Nass
Best Decorated Dock: Mike & Brenda Kotila Family
The picnic was held on Saturday, June 23, 2012 at Randy and Mary Nass' (on the East side).
Guest Speaker was Joe Jacobs with Wright Co. Soil and Water. His mission was to pull together ideas and interests of ALL in attendance. This meeting will enable us to secure a grant from the Southwest Initiative Foundation.
We created a Lake Management Plan with focus on the following areas: Water Quality, Fish Management, Aquatic Vegetation (desired vegetation), and Exotic Species.
Four to five people will focus on each area and their related action items.