Gary and the Rough Ideas at the Kash Bash
PLEASE NOTE: As of today, October 18th 2017, it has come our attention from the Reeve Murray Fearrey that the Bell line has been severed and there is no land line or internet at some homes/cottages on Kashagawigamog. The latest Bell bulletin stated that service will be restored by 2200 on October 21. If you are local and need service and you have a Bell cellphone, you can call them and they will add free GB to allow you to make your cell phone a hotspot. You can then connect your devices to that. Please note that they are trying to communicate this as best as they can to families that are coming up north, or to those that are worried about family members that might be out of service. We are told that they are working on this as fast as possible however, it could take a few days for it to be fixed.
LKO Board Members
Our First LKO Kash Bash was a success!
Thank you to everyone for your support of this inaugural event!
Thank you Brad Richardson for cooking up an amazing dinner, ‘Gary and The Rough Ideas’ for making us dance the night away and Haliburton Highlands Brewing for bringing some yummy beers to taste! See everyone again next year!
Thank you also to our amazing sponsors: Haliburton Hockey Haven Sports Camp, ACM Designs & Harpers Marine!
LKO 10th Annual Regatta was great fun!
Thank you to all the volunteers for helping to make this regatta happen! It was a great day! Here’s to next year to make it even better!
The Lake Kashagawigamog Organization is a volunteer-based community organization. The LKO reflects the many common interests of all lake stakeholders including cottagers, residents and businesses within Lake Kashagawigamog’s substantial watershed area.
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Sailors with all types of sailboats and skill levels are welcome to join in the bi-weekly Saturday afternoon races and partake in the social gatherings which follow. Races start at 1:30pm just north of Puffer Island on the main body of the lake. Come join us on the water!
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The LKO relies on the participation and support of its members to carry out important programs to the benefit of all stakeholders on the lake. From the monitoring of water quality to lobbying municipalities on behalf of stakeholders, the LKO represents the unified voice of residents and cottagers alike.
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