March 2013 Membership Report

With the arrival of March we anticipate more fluctuations of weather, resulting in a reduction of snowfall and an increase in rainfall. While some might grumble at the prospect of fewer winter activities and sloppy weather for a while, we look forward to other changes in coming months. We will lose the heavy clothes and multiple layers, schedule dock installation, move lawn furniture out onto porches and lawns, and look forward to those golden days reveling in and on the water, and basking in the sun.

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Contributor I am

This is Larry testing out what he can do with Contributor level permissions.

  • Submit posts to be published subject to Administrator approval.   
  • Edit my own profile: change my password, etc.  
  • Publish Comments/Replies. 

That’s about the size of it.

Contributor level permissions are automatically granted to Lake Association Members and Friends and may be granted to other Registered Users upon request.

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Author I am

This is Larry testing out what he can do with author level permissions.

  • Publish posts to initiate discussion threads of comments/replies.
  • Edit my own posts.
  • Edit my own profile: change my password, etc.
  • Edit my own comments/replies.

That’s about the size of it.  

Author level permissions are automatically granted to Lake Association Board Members and may be granted to other Members and Friends of the Authors upon request.

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How to Blog

Read the posts and pages.  If something interests you, either  scroll down or click on something, and you will be prompted to comment or reply.  Enter your comment or reply.

  • If you are a first time user, you need to provide your name and e-address to register: Publication of your comment/reply will be delayed, subject to site editor approval.
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President’s Letter

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from Rick Thompson
Winter around Lake Leelanau has been pristine, interesting and entertaining. We have enjoyed observing a variety of wildlife including coyote, fox, deer, eagles, rabbits, and squirrels by the dozens, all foraging for food to sustain them through the winter. We have also enjoy hiking and numerous outings on snowshoes, cross country skis and snowmobiles.

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