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The boats are all stored and the doors have been locked for the season.

We finished the work parties on October 25th, and a hand full of Board Members stowed the last few boats away on November 2nd.

Thomas Shaw was a great help this year, always showing up willing to work – he did an outstanding job this fall.

Member Dennis Harrod offered to put his Cape Cod home building skills to use by re-roofing our wishing well, located by the entrance, with cedar shakes.  In an e-mail he said he heard, “Some members believe we should scrap the whole well, but I like it, and I think many others identify with it.”  Very true, Dennis.  That’s what keeps this club a best kept secret!

In the end, we stashed about eight 420’s in the Owahgena room.  We couldn’t leave it empty as planned, but it seemed like good karma – that space was made for the sailboats…

Work parties started last Saturday Oct 11. Remodeling of the trophy room started with staining of planks for the interior walls. All Sunfish and Lasers were moved into their new winter storage area on the first floor of the club. Drainage improvements were made on the north side of the club and most of the sailing dock was brought in. Thanks to all who attended and made this a very productive day.

The next work party will be Saturday, Oct 18 from 9:30-12:30 for last names beginning with M through O and 1:00-4:00 for last names from H through L. The final work parties will be on Saturday Oct 25. There are no work parties on Sundays this fall.

Here are a few pictures from the work party on Oct 11.

The Town of Cazenovia yesterday announced that water samples collected in near-shore areas of Cazenovia Lake during the week of Aug. 25 showed elevated counts of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae). Microscopic examination has confirmed the presence of Microcystis; some species of this cyanobacteria are known to release harmful chemicals. All residents and users of the lake are advised to avoid contact with areas of the lake with visible blooms (where the water appears green or streaky). Do not allow pets in the water. Seek medical assistance if you experience any health problems after exposure. For more information, visit the DEC webpage at http://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/77118.html.