Photos from the 2023 DLA Annual Meeting & Dinner
Lee Mindemann, a resident of neighboring Star Lake, gave a presentation of invasive species to the lakes.
The Annual meeting was conducted by President Don Janes. Nicole Binczik of Abbywood Resort was elected to the board of directors.
Fundraising was a part of the activities. After taking a break during the COVID years the association eased back into raising funds to support its activities. Members of the association place rock markers to warn boaters of rock hazards. Money raised will be used to repair and replace rock markers in additions to additional needs to do what it can to conserve the lake. This picture is of the quality items donated by supporters of Dead Lake for the silent auction Also chances were sold where participants could compete playing games for prizes. Chances were purchased for meat raffle packages. One lucky winner won a considerable amount of cash with the purchase of a ticket for “Split the Pot”. Everyone played the free, fun game of “Heads or Tails”. One female and one male won the famous Dead Lake Cup. One lucky attendee received a beautiful cribbage board in the shape of Dead Lake just for attending event.
First hard sided ice fishing houses appeared on the north bay of Dead Lake today. They were pulled across the lake with a tracked side by side ATV. It is reported that there is from 8 to 11 inches of ice. A few Northerns were caught.
A flock of Trumpeter Swans spent the day feeding in the shallows of the east shore of the north bay. After two plus days of very strong wind blowing into shore they obviously were finding lots of swan yummies to eat.
Sunset on Dead Lake
2021 4th of July Boat Parade on Dead Lake
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