Monday June 18, 2018

Elvin Johnson Park shoreline naturalization

Join us in the planting at Elvin Johnson Park! We’re planting native trees and shrubs to create habitat, protect against erosion, and prevent geese from walking on shore. We’re looking for a dozen volunteers to help plant and learn why it’s important to have a natural shoreline. Please register by emailing peter@hallshawklakes.ca Saturday, June 23, […]

Your feedback is requested on our proposed updated constitution

Over the winter, the Association executive have been busy with a variety of projects, one of which is the renewal of our Constitution.  It has been many years since an update, although the current document has served us well.  However, times have changed and with the help of our lawyers we have had to include […]

Issues for Voters in the Upper Trent River Watershed as Identified by CEWF

The Coalition for Equitable Water Flow (CEWF) was formed in August 2006 to represent the interests of the more than 30,000 Ontario taxpayers who own residential shoreline property on the 35 reservoir lakes and 20 flow-through lakes within the Upper Trent River watershed located in Haliburton and northern Peterborough counties. With 32 member-lake-associations, the Coalition […]

Looking for a summer job at the lake?

Please see attached Youth Employment Opportunities with the Township of Algonquin Highlands. If you are a youth and interested in exciting and rewarding employment in an outdoor setting, we would be appreciative. We look forward to accepting applications and offering meaningful employment to up and coming youth of the area. Any questions or concerns may […]

CEWF AGM Report Summary

This is a summary of the report submitted to the board of directors of the HHLPOA authored by: Willard L’Heureux CEWF AGM date: September 9th 2017 Key points covered in the meeting: Preferred Water Levels o A detailed report on the preferred water levels based on all the lake associations feedback from the 35 reservoir […]

Coalition for Equitable Water Flow 2018 Priorities

The Coalition for Equitable Water Flow, (CEWF), is a coalition of 32 Member Lake Associations which includes 91% of the Trent Severn Waterway’s (TSW’s) reservoir lake storage capacity and covers the sub-watersheds of the Gull, Burnt & Mississauga Rivers plus Nogies, Eel’s & Jack’s creeks. The Coalition aims to represent the interests of 35,000+ shoreline […]

Wishing you and yours a new year filled with wonderful cottage memories!

Speaking of memories, don’t forget to send in your favourite photos for our 2018 Calendar Photo Contest. The HHLPOA calendar is a beloved tradition, filled with extraordinary photos from you, our lake & river neighbours. Send your submissions for the 2018 calendar photo contest to dianedennisrock@aol.com with the theme “Vintage Memories” before the deadline of […]

The calendar photo contest deadline is fast approaching!!

Got memories?? The HHLPOA invites you to send your submissions for the 2018 calendar photo contest to dianedennisrock@aol.com with the theme “Vintage Memories” before the deadline of December 31, 2017. You can send up to the maximum of 4 jpg photos of people, places, or scenery. Scan your best memory shots into a jpg format at a place like Staples if you don’t […]

Abandoned Dock Program

Over the years it seems that there are more and more docks pulled up on MNR Big Hawk Lake and Little Hawk Lake shorelines that appeared to be abandoned. After 70+ years of seasonal property ownership and enjoyment of our lakes, it makes sense that owners have had to replace docks; things just deteriorate. Most […]

Got memories??

The HHLPOA invites you to send your submissions for the 2018 calendar photo contest to dianedennisrock@aol.com with the theme “Vintage Memories” before the deadline of December 31, 2017. Scan your best memory shots at a place like Staples if you don’t have a scanner at home       Consider adding a photo of your present day […]