Download the Spring 2019 edition of the LKO newsletter.

President’s Report

Welcome to Lake Kashagawigamog!

Spring 2019

Whether you are a new or returning member, you have joined with your friends and neighbours to promote and protect our lake. We are an active association that works closely with other lake associations, the Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Associations (FOCA), the Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners Associations (CHA), the Coalition of Equitable Water Flow (CEWF), the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry (MNRF), the County of Haliburton, and the Township of Minden Hills and Township of Dysart et al.

The LKO actively tests the water on the lake and will soon be testing for invasive species. We have worked with various groups to restore shorelines and are actively involved with our neighbouring lake associations to provide educational programs on this and other important topics (e.g. septic inspections, cottage succession). We are now working to further protect against shoreline erosion and to increase safety on the lake through signage and buoys.

We also have social events like our Kash Bash at the end of the summer that have become “must attend” functions for our lake residents. And, we like to keep you informed about events and important topics. We do this through our Annual General Meeting, our newsletter, our web page (www.lko.ca), our e-blasts, and our Facebook page (@lakekash).

If you want to learn more about the LKO, visiting our webpage will provide you with a great variety of information, such as what is happening on your lake, archived newsletters and upcoming events. Attached, you will find links to the above associations plus other general information that you may find of interest. 

I am thrilled that you have joined and please enjoy beautiful Lake Kashagawigamog.           

Bob Carter, LKO President