Waterski/board club AGM

Lake Country Board and Ski Club will hold its annual general meeting on Monday, Feb. 20.

Lake Country Board and Ski Club will hold its annual general meeting on Monday, Feb. 20,  6 p.m., at Mama Shpengi’s Steak Rib and Pizza Joint, #4-10058 Highway 97 in Lake Country.

This meeting marks the close of the 2011 business year and opens plans for 2012. New members will be elected to the board.

Also, Lake Country resident Roger Bailey and his family will be recognized for their continued support of the club over the last 10 years.

Everyone interested in water skiing and wakeboarding is invited to attend. LCBSC is a non profit club that operates from its club site on the North West corner of Wood Lake. For more visit www.lcbsc.org.

 

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