The Blue Sea Lake Watershed Association Bulletin
Issue N° 45 - September 2020

Notice of Annual General Meeting
 
The Blue Sea Lake Watershed Association will hold its 12th Annual General Meeting on Saturday, October 17th from 10am to Noon. Because of the pandemic, this year’s AGM will be held virtually, using Zoom, and will be limited to Members who have paid their 2020 Membership dues ($20 per person).

If you wish to participate in the AGM, you will have until September 30th to register or renew your membership to the Association. You can do so by clicking here and following the instructions to complete and submit your registration form online or by mail with your payment.

If you are unsure whether you have paid your 2020 Membership dues, please email André Beauchemin, Secretary, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before September 30th.

Other questions regarding the meeting should be addressed to Francis LeBlanc, President, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

After September 30th, the Agenda and other documents for the meeting will be emailed to all paid-up members and will be posted on the Association website.

The AGM will be preceded by a short onboarding session to assist meeting participants with the Zoom technology. We encourage Members of the Association to plan to participate. We are confident an effective AGM can be conducted using Zoom, that will enable  members to express their views on the important issues that concern the Blue Sea Lake watershed.
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Volunteers Requested

The installation of jute tarps is now completed. However, we should not forget about other activities of the Association. This is certainly the case with the milfoil beds demarcation program using yellow buoys and signaling buoys.

This year, a total of 222 yellow buoys and 18 signaling buoys were installed. They must be removed this fall, no later than mid-October. The work is done on the water, typically 2 persons in a ± 16 foot aluminum motorized boat. The more teams there are, the less time it takes to do the job; so if you want to enjoy the great outdoors one last time on the water, make yourself known. We need boats and people. To participate, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or any other member of the Board of Directors.
 
Shorelines is a production of the Blue Sea Lake Watershed Association
Contributions: Francis Leblanc, Paul R. Ouimet
Website: www.associationbluesea.org     To contact us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.