What’s in This Issue
This month’s issue features our new logo, displayed above, our new website, news about our April 14 Virtual Fundraiser and a request for help in meeting some of our summer program resource needs. We hope you find this ebulletin timely and informative and welcome all and any feedback. If you have any comments, please send them to email@example.com
Tell Us What You Think About Our New Logo and Website
Spring is here, and with it some exciting design updates to our logo (pictured above) and website. Our new website has all the functions of the previous one, with a clean and modern design that mirrors our new logo, and new photos. Please take a few minutes to browse around it and send us your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bids Open for Our Virtual Fundraiser on Monday, April 5
Speaking of Spring, celebrate its arrival by participating in our 2021 virtual auction! Choose among unique items including boating tours, one-of-a-kind art pieces, dining, lodging, sports, jewelry and exclusive services. Bidding for our auction items opens on Monday, April 5 and closes at 8pm on Wednesday, April 14. Watch for our March 5 announcement with the link to our auction website, where you can browse the auction items, bid for the ones you like, and make a donation to our ongoing preservation activities. Every donation will be matched $-for-$ by generous donors up to $13,000.
We’d also like to thank our generous sponsors
Gold: The Lipner Family
Silver: Biggs Construction, Lake Leelanau RV Park, Manitou Marine, PlayNorth WaterSports, Tim Schaub at Schaub Team Premier Realty, Dale & Lyn Watkowski, Joan & Randy Woods
Bronze: Amoritas Vineyards, Dream Kitchen & Bath Inc., Marty Easling, Isagenix, Kal Excavating, Lucy Lambert, Judy Levin, Pete & Lisa Miller, Northern Building Supply, Lisa Siddall DDS
Resources Needed for Our Summer Field Season
Thanks to those of you who responded to our January ebulletin by contributing additional neighborhood markers to our Google map which shows bays, creeks, beaches and other shoreline markers that are missing from published maps of Lake Leelanau. If you haven’t previously visited the map, click on any local point listed on the left side to see its location highlighted on the map. If you’d like to share a comment on this new resource, or know of a shoreline marker that’s still missing, send an email to email@example.com
Help Your Friends and Neighbors Stay Informed
Do you have friends or neighbors who care about the quality and beauty of Lake Leelanau but don’t receive our ebulletins? If so, please forward this ebulletin to them and all they have to do is reply with their name to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll take care of adding them to our mailing list for future issues.
Lake Leelanau Lake Association is a non-profit organization led by and for individuals, families and businesses who support its mission to protect and enhance the quality and beauty of Lake Leelanau and its surrounding watershed for current and future generations. If you would like to make a donation to support our programs, you can do so here on our website. If you would like to help our programs as a volunteer, send a message to email@example.com