Week 2 - Recap and Look Ahead to Next Week
Despite some cooler temperatures and the occasional rain shower, the club has been buzzing with activity this past week.
The social scene kicked off on Saturday night with a wonderful cocktail party. Thank you to the Lorange family who organized a great party! In addition, thank you to everyone who contributed appetizers and snacks throughout the evening. The cocktail party is always a great way to start the summer.
The youth enjoyed participating in this years scavenger hunt organized by the youth council. More than 10 teams boated around the lake looking for clues written on spoons, as well as collected a variety of items from different people. The weather was just perfect and everyone had a great time. Thanks to Will and Will for organizing a fun event.
Lenorah organized and managed this week’s craft night where youth and adults were busy making bird deflectors to be hung on boathouse doors. The birds will now be safe when they approach our docks. In addition, the decorations add some color to boathouse doors. Thank you!
Princesses, princes, knights and queens arrived at the club on Wednesday for the annual children’s party. This year’s theme of royalty was a great success, as the children participated many different activities. They were busy decorating cookies, making crafts and crowns, as well as digging for jewels in the sand. The older kids took part in a fun and exciting obstacle course. It was the perfect way for youth to spend a windy and rainy day! Thank you to Karen Planck and Tanya Williamson who organized the party for a second year in a row.
Water Activity Day
Water activity day is set for Monday, July 14th. Tickets are $14 (3-5 year old), $22 (6-12 year olds) and $27 (13+). Please sign up at the club or contact Liz Bourne by Friday, July 11th to reserve your tickets.
The swim-a-thon will take place on Thursday, July 17th at 2pm. Forms have been distributed and our young members are looking for donations. Please consider sponsoring the youth of the lake as they raise money for “youth expenditures”. Thank you!
Workday is set for Saturday, July 12th. Everyone’s help is needed. We are hoping for as much, if not more participation than last year. No experience necessary, as there are projects for everyone (pre-teens, teens and adults). Distribution of tasks will begin at 9 am at the club.
- cleaning the grounds (rakes, pruning shears and workgloves needed)
- pile of logs that needs to be relocated
- bleachers need staining
- painting the main windows (ladders, wire brushes, empty paint cans) For this job, we need some detailed oriented painters.
Please bring work gloves, paintbrushes, pliers, drills and hammers. Sneakers are more appropriate footwear than flip flops, so please dress appropriately.
Hope to see everyone at workday on Saturday!
Monday, July 14th
Water Activity Day – all water activity at the club are cancelled on Monday
We will depart from the head at 9am and meet at the entrance to the Saint-Sauveur waterpark around 10 am.
Parents and Tots – the club will be open, but no activities will be organized as a result of water activity day. Parents and Tots will begin officially on July 21st (sorry about the last minute cancellation on July 7thth!)
Tuesday, July 15th
Pilates – 10 am
Art Club – 11am
Youth Council – 4pm
Aquafit – 4pm
Family Movie – 6:30pm (The Lego Movie)
Teen Movie – 8pm
Thursday, July 17th
Yoga – 10 am
Swimathon – 2pm
Chair Yoga – 3:30pm
Aquafit – 4pm
Junior Activities – 7pm
Friday, July 18th
Teen Eve –7:30pm
Saturday, July 19th
Classic Boat Show
Club – 10-11:30am
Weiner Roast – 6pm
(Dessert contributions would be greatly appreciated!)