The history of the SLA has been updated with 4 more chapters (#27 – #30).
The final chapter (#52) is completed which finishes the 50 year history up to the year of 2011. I hope that the reading was educational as well as entertaining for you as it was for me. Comments that you would like to share about this story would be appreciated.
This picture of the eagles on Silver Lake was taken by a resident and sent to me. I put it on our SLA FaceBook page and it has received over 6600 hits in a couple of days. Our FB followers increased by 46 (141). Thanks to everyone that follows and shows interest in Silver Lake. A few inches of snow and cold temps here at the lake, but the lake is still not frozen completely over. I will keep everyone updated.
The first ice over of Silver Lake this season didn’t happen until January 2016. The picture was sent via the website from a lake resident. She captured the beauty of this winter season. So spectacular!
Chapters of the SLA history are now posted on this website under the tab “SLA History”. Enjoy reading these chapters as you learn how dedicated the volunteers of this lake community were throughout the years (1961 – present). If anyone would have a story to share about the history of the SLA, please write in under the “comments form” page.
The 2014 FX Browne Report for Silver Lake is now displayed on the Water Quality page of our website. For your convenience we have divided the report 3 ways; 1) The Report Summary; 2) The Presentation Delivered to the Commissioning Municipality; 3) and the Complete 2014 FX Browne Report. If anyone should have any questions regarding this report, contact us through the “Contact Form” associated with this website.