2018 was an eventful year on Spring Lake with a new boat access, an alum treatment, summer concert and the unfortunate fish kill!! Thinking about all those different events there is still one that stands out as #1 in my mind and that’s the fact that the Spring Lake Association grew to 100 households. When I became president of SLA in 2014 there was only 12 household members so to grow to 100+ households is an amazing accomplishment and one that I am very proud of. I want to personally thank the dedicated SLA board, past and present, for all the hard work they have done to get us to where we are at today. I also want to thank all the members for making Spring Lake great!!!
The SLA is busy making sure 2019 is even better. We have settled on our calendar of events and really excited to see how our 2nd annual summer concert goes. Last year we had 250+ people show up by land and water at Raymond Park to watch Bootleg perform on a beautiful evening in July. We are also busy looking for opportunities to volunteer time and money to efforts that positively impact Spring Lake. Last and not least is we want to continue to grow our membership now that we have passed the 100 member mark. Please visit our web-site or follow us on social media to learn more.
I would also like to invite everyone to attend our Annual Meeting Sunday, April 14th at the Wild’s Clubhouse from 6:00 – 8:00pm. This is a great opportunity to learn more about SLA, enjoy some complimentary appetizers, meet others on and around the lake, and renew your 2019 membership.
The Spring Lake Association hopes to see everyone at multiple events throughout the year! I am excited for a memorable 2019 on Spring Lake!!!!
Dan Kelly – SLA President
About Spring Lake Association (SLA)
Spring Lake Association – Present, and Future by Dan Kelly
You may ask yourself what is the Spring Lake Association? The Spring Lake Association (SLA) is a group of concerned citizens with a common interest for Spring Lake. We are a conduit of information to our members regarding social events and current issues that impact Spring Lake.