Well, we all know its raining alot but this doesn’t stop us from enjoying your vocations in your paradise.
Here are your community news from our Association:
All comments were positive so everyone enjoyed their day.
THANK YOU MARK AND JOEL for organizing this event that will be back next year. Mark was there for us despite his preparations for his wedding.
It’s true that I was too optimistic about my weather forecast! But this did not stop our fishing enthusiasts from participating in our first fishing tournament in the rain, especially in the morning. Our winner for 2017 is named RYDER (son of a friend of Gilbert Lafontaine) with a total weight of 4.2 lbs. Joel Proulx won most weight out of 5 fish. Mark will share the results once he is back from his honeymoon, the lucky guy! A special thank you to our volunteer referee Ray who stayed there all day and provided us with some pictures.
Ryder won biggest bass of the day!
and our volonteer referee Ray:
A HUGE thank you goes to «Socks over Pants» for our entertainment! You were fantastic! Thank you Gary Lachapelle for the prize and attending! Thank you Marc Barbe for your support and donation, Charlie-Ann Dubeau for your support and Mont-Ste-Marie prizes and to Nicolas Brahman and the Base de Plein-Air Air-Eau-Bois for the support and prize! A special thanks goes to Robert from Marché Bon Ami for our beverages! A special mention goes to Anton Sagh for the picnic tables! Thank you Jonathan Prud’homme and Mylene Pilon for your time! We’re so pleased you joined us! Thank you Marcel Prevost for being our shuttle man as well as Denis Lafontaine for helping out, Diane, our lovely camera gal, and Yan Prevost for the tent. It was greatly appreciated! Many thanks to our cooks Jan Hlavac and Gilbert Lafontaine. Fraser Blackwell, thank you for your dedication to set up! AND…. THANK YOU Mother Nature for the weather, everyone for the gifts, donations, food, beverages, time and smiles!! We were 83 participants!! Here are the Pics!
Thank you Diane Faucher and Erin Gibson for these photos:
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OUR ORPHAN CAMPSITES ARE NOW OPERATIONAL!
Thank you: Sherry (# 7), Jean, Denise (# 1), Ray (#3 and 2), Maxime (# 8) and Max (#4) for been part of this innovative conservation program.
WANT TO VOLONTEER??? We are still looking for volonteers for these sites # 10, # 6, # 9 and # 5
COMING UP THIS SPRING…
A NEW JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN US, «BASE DE PLEIN-AIR AIR EAU BOIS» AND THE REGIONAL PARK!
WE WILL BE JOINING HANDS FOR CLEANING UP SOME ISLANDS.
DETAILS FURTHER UP THIS YEAR.
FROM OUR BUOY COMMITTEE
We have modified our sign according to the suggestions at the AGM.
It will be installed in Newton Bay if accepted by the new owners of the small island and by the municipality of LSM
Yes, we are listening and have contacted the municipality of Lac Sainte Marie and also the Base de plein-air Air eau Bois concerning the problems we are having with the garbage containers on ch. Kelly Newton, ch de la Solitude and the Bowman sector. Many of the staff are in vocation so delays are probable. All know that this is the peak period for cottage owners and campers so I am positive that the situation should be resolved shortly. We will keep you inform!
NEWS FROM OUR ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITTEE
Sadly we have no volunteer this year for the transparency testing on Newton Bay, Poisson Blanc lake and Newton lake.
NEW THIS YEAR!
If you have concerns about certain plants, insects or any other environmental matter send us a email (with a photo… if possible) to us ( email@example.com ) and we have two volonteer members (Jean & Lori) who will try to help you!
UPDATE FOR OUR BOWMAN MEMBERS
The Director General of Operations from «Base de plein-air Air Eau Bois sent us this message:
“I am currently working on the creation of a sign for a canoe / kayak descent near the Air-Eau-Bois parking lot in order to ease the use at the boat launch. They will be installed shortly. Other posters for the use of garbage / recycling are also in production. “
The municipality of Bowman (via M Rémi Bergeron GD) sent us this message:
“Your suggestions will be submitted and discussed at the next executive council and we will discuss with the Base de plein air AIr-Eau-Bois opportunities for the next season.
In the meantime, the Council has asked the Sûreté du Québec to patrol the boat ramp and parking. We recommend that you report to the Sécurité du Québec any disturbing event that may be of concern to you for your safety and tranquility. To reach them: 819-427-6269 (Papineauville detachment).
We would like to inform you that the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and Climate Change has sent us a RATE of: A Excellent for the water quality of the public beach at the AIR-EAU-BOIS Inc. outdoor base »