To benefit the conservation of the lake, and to enjoy our beautiful Pretty Lake Walking Path, let’s all go out for a walk. On Saturday, Sept. 4, at 8:30 am sharp, walk participants will begin at their own Pretty Lake homes or may begin at the Pretty Lake Conservation Club, and walk at their own pace around the lake in a clockwise direction. We will follow along the 2.6-mile Pretty Lake Walking Path all the way around the lake. All registrations must be dropped off to Craig Bobay by August 21, or mailed and postmarked to Craig by August 21. The registration fee includes a t-shirt, based on a Pretty Lake shirt that was popular years ago. The shirts will be adult men’s sizes. Child sizes are also available. The shirts may be picked up at Craig and Nancy Bobay’s Pretty Lake Cottage 113 (4670 S 930 E) on Sept. 3, from 5 pm to 8 pm. The registration form can be found here:
6 and under:
1st- Nora Sutler 2nd- Jake Arnold 3rd- Brandon Schwanz
Smallest- Maddox Deming
7- 10 year olds:
1st- Adagann O’Connor 2nd- Ella Hensch 3rd- Cody Schwanz
Smallest- Owen Havens
11- 15 year olds:
1st- Mannix O’Connor 2nd- Ellie Peters 3rd- Elise Truett
Smallest- Finniann O’Connor
The lake looked beautiful Saturday night with all the flare burning!
Led by the Fries family, this year’s parade was the best ever!
Here is the Grand Marshal and this year’s winners:
Multiple counties in Indiana are reporting sick and dying songbirds with signs of neurological illness and eye swelling and crusty discharges. The DNR is asking everyone to immediately stop feeding birds and to clean feeders and birdbaths with a 10% bleach solution.
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The DNR approved our treatment plan, and Procellacor will be applied on Friday June 18th.
Restrictions: Do not use the lake water for irrigation for seven days (this just applies to properties with yellow flags). There are no other restrictions on swimming, boating, fishing, etc. (Still probably a good idea to stay out of the water for an hour or two after treatment.) Attached is a map showing where the areas to be treated so that people can see how their properties may be affected.
Note: the date shown in the picture is incorrect. Treatment is scheduled for 6-18-2021
Registration form is available! Click Here
Over 150 people came for delicious pancakes, french toast and sausage on Memorial Day. Thanks to everyone for coming out and supporting PLCC!
Despite the slightly cool temperature, bingo was a great success.