The Big Star Lake Association was one of the very first associations in Michigan with it’s own web page. Back in 1995 the first pages launched and we continue to add and improve!
2013 Looks to be another great year with lots of wonderful events. Here is the 2013 Calendar:
- April 1 and November 15: Due date for newsletter articles, pictures, free classified ads for members and paid business ads for your business.
- March 15 – Pay your dues before this date to avoid missing the Spring/Summer newsletter.
- June 1/2 and September 7/8: Adopt-A-Road Clean-up. Contact board member Dick Hayes for additional information.
- June 15 & July 13: Boater Safety Course at Township Pavilion 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Registration form available online. Contact board member Bernie Woltjer for additional information.
- July 6: Annual membership meeting at 10 a.m. at the Big Star Lake Chapel. Contact any board member for details.
- July 6: Boat Parade (bring registration form) at 7:30 p.m. at Tall Oaks Camp. Theme is Bands. Contact Lisa Tilma for additional information.
- June 6: Fireworks commence at nightfall starting with memorial shell tributes. Contact Bob Mateja.
- July 13: 1st Annual Rick Simonson Memorial Golf Outing at Marquette Trails starting at 8:30 am.
- August 31: Owen Scully Memorial Big Star Lake 15K/5K Road Run (Saturday of Labor Day Weekend) Registration form available on-line. Contact board member Doug VanDam for additional information.
- All Summer: Fishing Contest (Bass Opener–October) Entry form available online. Contact board mem-ber Bob Bromley for additional information and to submit your photos.
How to use the site:
- Association members can request access to the members only section of the website — there you will find the latest newsletter as well as archived copies of newsletters and other information for our members
- on-line payments for association dues and association events like the road run and golf outing are permitted
- up-to-date information — our new format allows more than one person to make updates so we should stay current