Last Sunday, the AAPOA held its annual picnic in the pavilion at Lake Eaton. The weather was perfect. About 75 people gathered for good food, conversation and catching up. Some people only see each other once a year at the picnic and it was great to see old friends, new friends and soon to be friends. Everyone was having such a good time that some stayed after most people went home.
Our tennis court refurbishment was completed a few days before the picnic. It looks beautiful. If you are a member, you should try it out.
If you missed this picnic, you might want to attend the Labor Day weekend picnic. Details at a later date.
On Saturday June 15th, 7 volunteers spent 5 hrs. power washing the tennis court. The court is now ready for the next phase, which is the actual resurfacing which will take place in July. Further updates to be posted.
Tomorrow we will be installing culvert pipe on the Au Sable Forks side of Au Sable Drive. Au Sable Drive will be down to on lane in this work zone for most of the day. Work is expected to start around 7AM. You can expect long delays so please allow extra time to reach your destination. This work is in preparation for the paving project that is scheduled for later in the summer.
Thank you to all the neighbors who came out and helped clean
up AuSable Drive, Sawmill Rd, and Cross Street.
Bill Gibney, Rick and Laurie Conney, John Mehrman, Tricia
Koch, Phyllis Fox, Andrea Andreasen, CJ Young, Julie-Anne Petrilli, Emile Roux,
Loyd Brewer, and Marisol Sauer. Special thanks to Julie Ann and Emile, a
couple of our “newer” neighbors who spend almost 4 hrs. cleaning about 2+ miles
in each direction of AuSable Drive.
Wow, what a great effort and amazing how much garbage gets
deposited on the roads.
Thank you again to all of you who made the roadside cleanup
a great success!