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
Aaron and Drake Clements caught and released this large Flathead catfish on beef liver at Lot 114 July 28 2016
Over 2000 pounds of rough fish (White Perch, Shad, and Carp) were removed from North Lake. There were no jumping carp or White Bass found in the lake.
The North Lake Condo Assn is now the owner of North Lake Lake and the River Road, including the Platte River bank,and a roadway easement from River Road to Hwy 66;and a sewer system use easement, subject to a 24′ wide access road easement to NEBCO for their well house.
North Lake Properties LLC (wholly owned by NLCA) owns the Boat Storage Area, Tree Farm parcel (excluding mail boxes) and Small Lake properties, and a short access easement into tree farm since we don’t own adjacent to entrance road; and an access easement at the north end of Small Lake for the road around N end of the lake.
On December 22, 2015 Rick Clements spent two hours at the title company reviewing legal descriptions of all documents for accuracy, then wired the payment for the parcels.
‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the lake,
Not a bullfrog was croaking, no noise he did make.
The boundaries were drawn by surveyors with care,
In hopes that St. Nebco soon would be there.
Six millions were nestled all snug in the banks,
While visions of ownership led us to give thanks.
For out on the lake, there rose such a clatter,
From owners galore who had funded the matter.
Away to the Bank I flew like a flash,
Tore open the checkbook and gathered the cash.
Driving to Lincoln, so lively and quick,
The meeting took place with Radke and Rick.
They spoke not a word but went straight to their work,
Checking each term and each little quirk.
Then Rick exclaimed as he saw all was right,
Happy boating to all, and to all a good night.
-composed by: Rick and Mickie Clements, 12-22-2015
Queen Annemarie Peter reigns as the 2015 North Lake Park’s Royal Majesty. The Peter family has enjoyed lake living since 1960. Annemarie has been living at the lake full time since 1994 and her son, Val has been a full time resident since 1974. Mrs. Peter celebrated her 100th birthday on March 18, 2015.
Thank you for your donations for purchasing fish that will be stocked in the lake during the fall of 2015.
David & Jill Blaha
Dale & Eileen Engelking
Keith & Pat May
Jack & Rhonda Frans
Tom & Diane Saladino
Mary Beth Lehmanowsky
Stan & Karen Martin
Bernie & Barbara Knott
Jim & Marla McCabe
Pete & Linda Maslowski
Guy Lelund Clements built the first cabin on North Lake in 1929. His 10-month old great great grandson Guy L Clements, age 10 months is enjoying the lake today.
Mike and Joan Lemmers purchased their cabin on lot 49 in 1971. At that time their youngest child was six and their oldest had left the nest. They enjoyed both summer and winter seasons at their cabin when the children were growing up. In the winter they ice skated, and snowmobiled. In the summer everyone water skied, including participating in the Ski Shows. Mike and Joan started living full time at their cabin in 1995. Every July 4th, the Lemmers have have a family reunion which brings everyone for a fun time.
Ladies of the Lake Annual Cookie and Gift Exchange. ALL Ladies Welcome!
Tuesday, December 16 # 56 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 Ann at 944-2684 by 12/14
Or e-mail email@example.com