New 2021 LAA T-Shirts Now Available

The new 2021 LAA T-Shirts are now here.  Get yours before they’re gone. These beautiful new shirts come in two styles:“Navy Crew Neck” and “A More Fitted White V Neck” “Where can I buy mine?”  Glad you asked. Right now there are lots of ways you can purchase these wonderful T-Shirts.   Five Daughters Market on…

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Earth Day & a Reminder to Join or Renew Your LAA Membership

Dear friends and neighbors, April 22 is Earth Day! LAA is launching a membership drive. Help protect your favorite piece of the earth and join or renew your membership. Less than 100 of the 300 individuals and families who live around the lake pay dues each year. LAA was formed in 1993 with the goal…

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Mission Accomplished – Weed Control Fundraising Campaign Successful

Mission Accomplished! We did it! Thanks to you! Since November 27, 2020 the LAA has raised $25,000, the amount needed to pay Solitude Lake Management Services for the 2021 invasive weed treatment! 100 people donated, nine people donating more than once. Individual donations ranged from $5 to $2,000. We received 3 corporate matches and one…

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Recognize Your Neighbor & Pay It Forward

“It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood“ – Mister Rogers Celebrate the importance of community and take a moment to appreciate and thank those neighbors who surround you! We’ve spent a lot of time at home recently – quarantining and working and attending school remotely. Living where we do, we are fortunate to have the…

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Catch Fish – Not Birds with Fishing Line

Fishing Line, Hooks, and Nets Poses Serious Threat to Birds and Wildlife Fishing season is here, so please don’t carelessly discard fishing lines, hooks, and netting that wreak havoc on birds and other wildlife. When a bird gets entangled in the fishing line, a painful struggle ensues.  Birds suffer permanent damage to skin, feathers, muscles, nerves,…

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Weed Watchers Needed – Please Help

Lake Attitash Needs Your Help to Prevent the Spread of Invasive Weeds New Weed Watchers Needed For those who have seen the lake transition over the last 5+ years, you are hopefully seeing the progress that’s being made in controlling the weeds.  Because there are no magic cures to completely and permanently kill off aggressive,…

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Art for Sale

Art for Sale Works of art created and donated by local artists A group of local artists have donated a piece of their work to the Lake Attitash Association to be sold with all proceeds going directly to the association.   To see a larger version of the art and for information on sizes, prices and…

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