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Paradise is defined by Webster as any place or condition of great beauty and happiness.
There is a place next to paradise Where peace and beauty abound. The soul longs for tranquility And here it can be found”
There are hikers and bikers And skiers and boats. Music and balloons On 4th of July floats.
There is swimming and tubing and fun Fowl and fish” And beach get togethers Where you eat hot dogs and bring a covered dish.
Our lake is a special place where friends and families can play With picnics, cookouts, and bonfires at night
And Karaoke and dancing on a wafin summer day.
What joy is given at Christmas time When our homes are ablaze with lights. To help stave off a gray mid-winter And we look forward to next summers delights.
Written by Gloria Grimm, cabin 93 (Shared with Ladies On The Lake June, 2018)
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Thank you to all who contributed to the 2017 Fish Fund: Bill Swearingen, Larry & Jo Burson, Bernie & Barbara Knott, Rob & Peggy Clements, Roger Korth family, Dale & Eileen Engelking, Andy Hudnall, Dennis Bakewell, Mary Beth Lehmanowsky, Pete & Linda Maslowski, Clements & Drevo, Rex & Donna Clements, James & Rita Crosland, Ron & Charlotte Fehr, Larry Wade, Norton Warner, Stan & Karen Martin, Ted & Coleen Hubbard, Jack & Rhonda Frans, Tom & Diane Saladino
September 4th at Beer Bottle Beach at 6:00 pm. Arrive early! Baked Salmon, Fried Halibut, and Fried Catfish will be served at 6:00 pm. Bring a dish, side salad, and/or dessert to share. Bring a plate, silverware, and drinks. Live music will start at 7:30 pm. with Danny Leger (pictured below). Danny is an Omaha-based song writer and recording artist, and works full time with Hope Of the Poor. Danny and his family spent the summer working with the Native Alaskans on the islands of Southeast Alaska with Craig.
The three most senior residents of North Lake together at the Get Acquainted Party; Zina, Betty, and Annemarie. The combined total of their ages is 290 years!
To unlock the boat ramp contact Al Vap, Bruce Skinner, Bob Ellsworth, Linda Masiowski, Rick Clements, or Tom Saladino.
Sunday May 7, 2:00 p.m., Annual NLCA Owner’s meeting at the SB Town Hall.
Saturday May 13th – Annual Clean up Day (Boat Storage) – details TBA.
Friday, May 26th – Get Acquainted Party @ Beer Bottle Beach
The Dunlap brothers, Alan, Jay and Paul first leased Lot 79B in the early 1960s. Along with their neighbor, Gene Eaton, a pair of A frame cabins were built. The families shared the cabin, alternating times so that one family could spend a week at a time at the lake. There was no heat or air-conditioning, but none of us seemed to mind. In addition to the lake activities of swimming, tubing, skiing and some fishing, we would walk to the General Store in South Bend where we could find a wonderful display of candy. And if we were lucky, we would drive into Louisville for an A&W Root Beer Float. The annual Water Skiing Show was also an event to look forward to. Eventually Paul sold his share to Alan and Jay. Around 1985 the A frame was torn down and replaced with the existing home. Although we had wonderful memories in the A frame, it was equally wonderful to have more than 1 bathroom, heat, air conditioning and fewer ways for the bugs and mice to get in. We could also visit during the cold winter months. Jay’s children decided they would like lake homes of their own and soon purchased lots on Big Sandy. When Jay decided to follow his children to Big Sandy, Judy Dunlap Eicher (Alan’s daughter) purchased the lakehouse. Currently Judy and her family of 4 children and 12 grandchildren own the lake house. And continue to relive and create new memories.
Back Row – Stephanie Eicher Welsh, James Hauder, Mike Welsh, Todd Eicher
Front Row – Haley Eicher, Judy Dunlap Eicher, Jay Dunlap, Shirley Dunlap, Tyler Welsh, Benjamin Welsh, Sarah Eicher
Ladies of the Lake
Annual Cookie and Gift Exchange
ALL Ladies Welcome!
Sunday, December 18 # 58 North Lake Park
7:00 – ? Gift and Cookie Exchange
Instructions for cookies:
(The cookie exchange is optional)
Please bring one container with 5 dozen of one kind of homemade Christmas cookie
Bring an additional container to put your new selection of cookies in.
Some ladies bring baggies to separate the types of cookies
You will go home with 5 dozen of a new selection of cookies.
Instructions for gifts:
Please bring a $15 new, wrapped gift (something you would want to open!)
Please bring a good attitude as there will be stealing going on!
The person that brings the most stolen gift will get a prize!
We will provide some snacks, hot cocoa, hot cider and coffee.
If you would like to bring an appetizer, dessert or drink to share, feel free.
RSVP to Trish at 944-2788 or text 402-699-3434 by 12/16
Each fall we purchase fish to stock in our lake. The funding for our annual fish restocking comes from North Lake residents and donations from their guests.
Thank you to the those who contributed to our Fish Fund in 2016: Dennis Bakewell, Mary Beth Lehmanowsky, Bernie & Barbara Knott, David & Jill Blaha, Pete & Linda Maslowski, Roger Korth Family, Larry Wade, Larry & Jo Burson, Jack & Rhonda Frans, Bill Swearingen, Bob Ellsworth family, Bruce Skinner, Tom & Diane Saladino
The lake was stocked with trout, walleye, crappie, blue gills, small mouth bass on October 11, 2016. Photos by Dale Engleking.
A amazing 20″ Large Mouth Bass was caught and released on Saturday, August 13th by a guest of Roger Korth of Cabin 75.
North Lake Condo Association members may view minutes of board meetings, committees, bylaws, and the North Lake directory through the “Minutes-Directory” tab. (password required)
September 16th – Appreciation Party at Beer Bottle Beach – 7:00 p.m. Come say a “Thank you” to those individuals that were so instrumental in implementing the purchase of the lake! Enjoy cake, ice cream, and music! This event will be BYOB!
May 26, 2017 – Summer Kick-Off Party
July 1, 2017 – Fourth of July Fireworks
White Perch is an invasive species of fish in our lake. When caught, do not return them to the lake. The size can vary. A 6-year old perch can be anywhere from 6 to 12 inches long. The average White Perch is 8 to 10 inch perch weighs about 0.45 pounds and is about 4 years old.
The white perch is a spiny-finned fish with large, easily seen scales. The fish is dark gray-green on the back and upper sides and the color gradually changes to silver on the sides below the lateral line to white on the belly. In clear waters, the white perch exhibits a bluish tint on the lower jaw.
White Perch are an invasive species of fish in our lake. The adults range between 7 to 12 inches in length. White Perch are competitors of native species of fish because they eat the eggs of walleye and other species we stock. They are aggressive feeders and are commonly caught on worms, minnows, spinners or with a jig. We encourage catch and release in the lake. However we do not want White Perch returned to the lake. They are great for eating, or can be disposed in a dumpster.