We are finally able to see the finish line to the 150 lot project. As of today, we have 148 people who signed on to help reach this important goal. If you are still unsure about it or have questions, you can email the AAPOA at email@example.com. The forms and background information is on this website under the Governance banner at the top of the page. Remember all filing costs are paid by the AAPOA. Thanks to those who signed up and we are hopeful to reach the goal very soon.
150 Lot Chairperson
The barrels around the Acres have been decorated by our industrious elves. They are Elyse Roller, Fran Driscoll, Mary Ann Dee, Dick Maloney, Frank and Mary Krueger and Kevin and Laurie McDonough. A special thank you goes out to Laurie for making the two big wreaths on the pavilion. They look spectacular. Be sure to check them out. Below is one of the wreaths.
Mary Ann Dee
Our beautiful pavilion all decked out.
The AuSable Acres/Forks Book Club will meet on Tuesday, January 23, 2018, at 7:30 pm. We will be meeting on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the AuSable Forks Public Library. We all felt that it worked well in the past when we met there.
Our book for January is Leonardo DaVinci by Walter Isaacson. This will be available at the library.
Thanks to Marilou Dooley for arranging this with the library and Lynne Comegys for helping with the key. Looking forward to seeing you there. New members are welcome. Come meet your fellow book lovers.
Mary Ann Dee
When: Saturday October 21st
Where: Lake Eaton Parking Lot
Time: 8:30 AM
Join us for our fall trail maintenance day. We’ll meet at the Lake Eaton parking lot at 8:30 AM and then gather in teams and disperse to work on different parts of our trail system. Everyone is welcome as we have a list of different projects, some of which don’t include heavy lifting or a need for experience in trail work.
Please wear clothing you don’t mind getting dirty including closed toe shoes and work gloves. We’ll need tools for our work and would appreciate if you could bring any of the following: shovel, garden rake, pick ax, pry bar and loppers.
Bring your own water and lunch as we’ll eat on the trail.
The event is rain or shine and contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or for any questions. Please bring your neighbors and friends as we need all the help we can get!