The Annual Meeting of the Mountain Lakes Club and it’s annual election of officers will take place Sunday, September 23rd at 2:00 p.m. in the Lost Lake Fire Station. All are welcome to attend; you do not need to be a member.
There is a lot happening in the Lost Lake area at the moment including the proposed Lost Lake Sewer Project and The Groton Lakes Association’s plan to try to save the Lakes. The Mountain Lakes Club is not involved in either of these projects but we have invited Art Prest of the GLA and Angela Garger of the Lost Lake Sewer Committee to attend our annual meeting to help answer questions about their proposed projects.
Our next neighborhood event will be on Halloween when we host the haunted hay ride and Halloween gathering at the Lost Lake Fire Station. We would love some new people to help the Carter’s and the members of the local fire house put on this great event.
All of our members and any Groton residents that live in the Lost Lake Area are welcome to attend this meeting. There is not requirement to become a member in order to attend the annual meeting. Please join us as we are always interested in new ideas and would love help planning our events for 2013.The Mountain Lakes Club was established in 1936 by summer residents in the Lost Lake area. It was incorporated as a non-profit organization and has continued to serve the neighborhood throughout the years. Run entirely by dedicated volunteers, the Mountain Lakes Club is now a year-round club that maintains Baby Beach and the Club Field and provides opportunities for the neighborhood to gather.