The next Caribou Lake Association meeting will be held Saturday, June 12, 2021 at 10:00am at the Sheet Metal Workers Labor Building. For those that have been in the area a while, this is the old Caribou Lake School building. The address is 6279 Industrial Road, Saginaw, MN 55779 and the building is located on the corner of Industrial Road and Munger Shaw Road.
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Happy Holidays Caribou Lake Friends & Family!
As the lake freezes, snow accumulates on the ground, and the lake sunsets come earlier, Caribou Lake Association wishes you and your family the warmest holiday season. This has been a year like no other with a pandemic continuing around us. May this holiday season bring you close to your family, peace when you need it, and warm thoughts as we welcome a new year.
A couple updates and things to think about as we go into the holiday season and new year.
Maximize Caribou Lake Support – Amazon Prime Days
Caribou Lake Enthusiasts, you can make a difference while you shop Amazon Prime Day deals on October 13 & 14 with early deals already starting. Simply shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/41-1428882 or with AmazonSmile ON in the Amazon Shopping app. AmazonSmile will then donate to Caribou Lake Association Inc. As soon as the next report on Smile impact is available we will release the results – happy shopping!
Caribou Lake Enthusiasts – Maximize Your Impact!
Caribou Lake enthusiasts and Amazon patrons, you can make a difference for our lake while you shop by using smile.amazon.com linked to the Caribou Lake Association Inc. charity. I know that my Amazon ordering has increased during these uncertain pandemic times and it is a good time to remind everyone to use smile.amazon.com to support our lake.
Caribou Lake Sign
For years, owners and visitors to Sunny, Shady and Holly Lanes and Kehtel Road have been greeted by our signature signboard on Industrial Road. At our last CLA meeting it was decided that the sign needed a facelift. Continue reading
Lake Health Committee
At our June 2012 meeting, the members approved the formation of a Lake Health Committee. It’s role would be to research issues such as invasive plants and animals, Eco-friendly landscaping techniques, water quality testing, fish stocking, etc. Continue reading