Agenda for meeting 6/6/18 6pm Lakeshore Lodge

www.tenmilelakes.com

TLA, Tenmile Lakes Association

meeting 6/06/2018 at Lakeshore Lodge 6PM

AGENDA

Call to Order

Board Roll Call and Introductions of members. Guests

Approval of minutes from 5/02/2018

President’s Report

Vice-President’s Report

Secretary’s Report

Treasurer’s Report- Fire works donation status, Banking status

At Large Member’s Report

TLBP report Mike Mader

Committee Reports

Outreach & Membership (Julie Robbers)

Plans to help fund raise for 2018 fireworks on JULY 3, Snack Shack,

State Of Lakes Location Lions Club, August 10

2018 dinner in Nov.

Membership report -Rachael

Old Busines

Lake gauge report

Weed barrier

Next approach for low water

Speakers for summer meeting

Paypal

New Business

Oregon Lakes Assoc. Lake monitor meeting

 

Public Comments and input

Adjournment

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Lake monitoring

Call for Oregon Lake Watch Volunteers

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Who is looking out for our lakes?

May 2018

 

It could be you! At an Oregon Lake Watch (OLW) training session, we can train you to monitor water quality and to find aquatic invasive pests like zebra mussels and aquatic weeds before they become a problem. Sound like a fun and worthy cause? If so, we have training sessions scheduled in:

Sign up or request training at other locations on our training session sign up form

At the training sessions you'll learn:

  • how to survey and identify aquatic plant, crayfish, snail, and mussel species
  • how monitor and interpret water quality data lake water clarity
  • document and view your findings using the iNaturalist and Lake Observer mobile apps

We'll provide the equipment necessary for monitoring,  Once you've completed your training and complete two sampling trips per year, you'll receive free membership with our partner organization, the Oregon Lakes Association. If you aren't sure if you want to commit to volunteering with OLW, but want to learn more about invasive species and water quality, come to one of our trainings!
 
Please consider joining us and pass this invitation along to your friends. We need your help in looking out for Oregon's Lakes.

Thanks, hope to see you soon.

Dr. Angela Strecker and Rich Miller
olw@pdx.edu
www.pdx.edu/oregon-lake-watch

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Weed Barrier

There will be a demonstration on how to build a weed barrier on May14 at 10AM.  Blume Bauer and Julie Robbers will produce a U tube video of the event for those who want to learn to make their own.  The barrier will be 10'x10' and expandable to 10'x20'.   That is about as big as 2 people can easily handle.  If anyone wants to watch the demonstration it will be at my dock 3422 S Tenmile Lake boat access.  For those who are unable or won't build barrier TLA  can build a limited number at cost plus small donation.  Cost will be on video from demonstration.

Alan Whitney 

Agena for Meeting of 5/2/18 Lakeshore Lodge 6PM

www.tenmilelakes.com

TLA, Tenmile Lakes Association

meeting 5/02/2018 at Lakeshore Lodge 6PM

AGENDA

Call to Order

Board Roll Call and Introductions of members. Guests

Approval of minutes from 4/04/2018

Pass out info on neighborhood watch and liability

President’s Report

Vice-President’s Report

Secretary’s Report

Treasurer’s Report- Banking report

At Large Member’s Report

TLBP report Mike Mader

Committee Reports

Outreach & Membership (Whitney, Robbers, Reiss, Newman, Blume

April 21 10am to 2pm Lake clean up volunteers for Earth Day success

Plans to help fund raise for 2018 fireworks on JULY 3, Snack Shack

Volunteer Fire Dept. to pass boot and possible booth, float for donations by Ringo,

Bands, Sing National Anthem,

State Of Lakes Location Lions Club, August 10

Indian Life in Tenmile Watershed topic for 2018 dinner in Nov.

Membership report -Rachael

Old Business

Flier update decision Sample presented

Fund raising options , Hat sales,

Lake gauge report

Weed barrier report 10x10 addition added

Next approach for low water

Speakers for summer meeting Neighborhood watch for Lake discuss liability; structure Associate with TLA? No weapons no confrontation

Need more volunteers

Paypal

New Business

 

Public Comments and input

Adjournment

Earth Day

There was a small but enthusiastic group of volunteers that came to Earth day Tenmile lake cleanup.  We enjoyed good weather and companionship.  Some volunteers cleaned up Wulfy Beach and spread rock for drainage canal beside the beach to preserve the beach.  Others went around the lake and picked up trash along the shore.  We completely filled a dumpster that was donated.  We enjoyed Hot Dogs salad and cookies donated by Julie Robbers.

Many thanks to the volunteers as it was a great success.

Alan Whitney President 

Lake Watch

TLA is continueing to look for interested persons to volunteer for a Lake Watch program for North and South Lake.  We have several people who have shown interest in participating in a neighbor hood watch program.  Volunteers would be assigned a specific area to motor around an visualize property from the lake.  Entry on property would be only if requested by owner especially absentee owners who request inspection.  Volunteers do not confront problems but identiy and report to the owner, lake captain or if needed sheriff.  Since we have alot of absentee owners we would be particularly interested in property or enviromental potential hazards such as after storms.  It would hopefully encourage sense of community and protection from knowing neighbors and that even if you are not present someone is looking out for you.  Volunteers do not need to be backgroung checked for this program.

Volunteer contacts myself at 541-297-1663 or Julie Robbers at 541-982-9829

Alan Whitney

Agenda for meeting 4/4/18 @6pm Lakeshore Lodge

www.tenmilelakes.com

TLA, Tenmile Lakes Association

meeting 4/04/2018 at Lakeshore Lodge 6PM

AGENDA

Call to Order

Board Roll Call and Introductions of members. Guests

Approval of minutes from 3/07/2018

President’s Report

Vice-President’s Report

Secretary’s Report

Treasurer’s Report- Banking report

At Large Member’s Report

TLBP report Mike Mader

Committee Reports

Outreach & Membership (Whitney, Robbers, Reiss, Newman, Blume

April 21 10am to 2pm Lake clean up volunteers for Earth Day

Plans to help fund raise for 2018 fireworks on JULY 3, Snack Shack

Volunteer Fire Dept. to pass boot and possible booth, float for donations by Ringo,

Bands, Sing National Anthem,

State Of Lakes Location Lions Club, August 10

Indian Life in Tenmile Watershed topic for 2018 dinner in Nov.

Membership report -Rachael

Old Business

Flier update decision Sample presented

Fund raising options , Hat sales,

Lake gauge report

Weed barrier report

Next approach for low water

Speakers for summer meeting Neighborhood watch for Lake Associate with Lakeside Citizens Patrol.

Need more volunteers

New Business

PayPal?

Public Comments and input

Adjournment