Loon Lake society elects executive

The Loon Lake Community Recreation and Agricultural Society elects executive at Oct. 18 Annual General Meeting.

The Loon Lake Community, Recreational and Agricultural Society held its Annual General Meeting on Oct. 18.

We are very pleased to announce the following Table Officers and Directors for the year 2012/13, who have been elected from a record amount of returned ballots: President Frank Borri, Vice President Ray Pullen, Secretary Faye Morrison, Treasurer Cathie Johnstone and Directors Anita Donovan, Sandra Dowding, Louise Hansen, Laurie Ladosky and Lynette Monsos.

A large Calendar of Events was decided on starting with a Halloween Pot Luck/ Trick or Treating / Fireworks (the later depending on the fire danger rating), Community Christmas Dinner, Firemen’s Fund Raiser at the Dusty Rose Pub in January, and the annual Winterfest. The Winterfest date has been moved to take place on the ‘Family Day’ weekend in February.

If you would like any information on the Loon Lake events, please visit our community page website http://sites.google.com/site/loonlakecommunitywebsite/home or call any of the above elected people.

Faye Morrison

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