We just completed our 2019 PLCC Rummage Sale. This annual event was started many years ago when a group of teenagers wanted to fund the construction of our current tennis court and they were given the daunting task of paying for it. Involvement in the PLCC events is important for the funding of the many projects that preserve the natural resources from loss, waste or harm in and around the lake.
We are pleased to announce that we increased our sales by 30% over previous years. We would not be successful without all of you who donated your “treasures”.
Thank you to the following individuals and neighbors that donated their time and hard work to make this event a success.
Betsey Batesole Jo Bergstedt
Craig Bobay Jerry & Barbara Bontrager
Bruce & Katie Bowman Ken Butler
Steve Johnson Julie Jones
Ron & Cathy Kantorak Jon & Susan Keck
Sue Mertz Richard & Connie Miller
Pat & Becky Mitchell Heather Papai
Michael Perry Joyce Plummer
Bob Pruitt Les & Cynthia Rockwell
Stan & Ada Shopa John & Annette Stemmler
Bob Stemmler Sandra Street
Peggy Tassler Linda Wallace
Jen Wade Joe Wetli
We would also like to thank Marvin and his crew for finding a useful home for all the remaining items after the sale.
Thank you all,
Butch Vaughn and Barb Butler – 2019 Rummage Sale Event Co-Chairman
We welcome volunteers for any and all events and if you would like to get more involved just contact a Board member or Zone Director. Their information is on the website page PLCC DIRECTORS and ZONES— Your PLCC BOD Continue reading
During the week of the July 4th Steve Johnson (Cottage 179) collected the scrap metal put out by our residents and took it to a recycler. His effort generated $66.50 for the PLCC. Thank you Steve for your efforts and donation of time and equipment. Recycling is one of the many aspects of the Pretty Lake Conservation Club and it is great to see volunteer’s like you pitching in.
There is an open Board position and we are approaching our General meeting where the Board accepts nominations for the PLCC Board of Directors. The Board is comprised of volunteers from the paid membership of the Pretty Lake Conservation Club. It is an important service and rewarding use of ones time for our community.
If you are interested in joining the Board, please contact Denny Rorick at 260-484-9595 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our 2019 Flotilla Grand Marshalls are Susan and Terry Martin from cottage # 83. Their Pretty Lake property was originally purchased by Susan’s grandparents, Charles and Esther Ueber, as a retirement fishing cottage. Although she was a very young child, Susan fondly remembers her grandfather fishing and her grandmother cooking delicious bluegills in her cast iron skillet.
As the years passed, the cottage was owned by Father Charles Ueber, Susan’s uncle and by her mother Mary Margaret Ueber Kane.
Present owners, Susan and Terry Martin, reside in Indianapolis but spend many happy summer days on Pretty Lake. The cottage is also enjoyed by their daughter Heather and their granddaughters Lylah and Julia, who are the 5th generation.
Pretty Lake is truly a special place to the Martin Family and to all of us who enjoy its natural beauty!
See the following DNR notice regarding Bluegill bag and possession limits
THE INDIANA DEPARTMENT NATURAL RESOURCES IS CLOSING THE BOAT LAUNCH AND LANDING FROM THURSDAY APRIL 25, 2019 THROUGH MAY 2, 2019. THIS IS SO THEY CAN BLACKTOP THE LANDING AND LAUNCH.
Please review the following.
The Pretty Lake Lagrange County Post Construction Monitoring Report 2018 Final is now available and you can review it from the following link. If you have any questions you would like asked of the personnel from the DNR or Cardno regarding this report, please submit them via email or U. S. Postal mail to Barb Butler before July 14th 2018. This is so the personnel can review your questions and prepare their answers for the Annual Meeting on July 21, 2018.
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There will be a Halloween Party October 28, 2017, 7:00 pm
at the PLCC clubhouse. The theme is music and everyone is asked to dress as a musical entertainer. Bring a picture of the entertainer you are impersonating and if you’re willing, be prepared to sing one of their songs.
Bring your own drinks and snacks. There will be a $5 donation at the door to cover expenses.
Dick Smart will be our DJ/entertainer for the evening. Elvis will make an appearance and there will be karaoke. Bring your friends and join us for a night of fun.