The Shadows Lakes Association had 439 paid member families in 2015, out of a potential 600+. All cottagers and permanent residents bordering Shadow Lake, Silver Lake, and the Gull River, between Norland and Coboconk, are eligible to join the membership.
Membership dues cover the cost of two annual newsletters, the construction and placement of the red and green channel markers and yellow hazard markers, the children's annual fishing derby, and other local support and initiatives as they arise. So please pay your membership dues.
Road monitors hand deliver newsletters in June (prior to the Annual Meeting in July), and again in late August. In addition to giving pertinent information on issues affecting our area, the newsletters also contain a membership renewal/application form for members/ potential members. We are always looking for more road monitors. Please consider delivering on your road.
Annual membership is only $30 per member family and can be paid to your road monitor, to the Treasurer at the Annual General Meeting, to any SLA Director, dropped off at Souter's Variety in Coboconk, paid online by credit card (see paragraph and PayPal button below), or sent by mail to:
Mark Allan, Treasurer,
Please provide home and cottage addresses including Cottage Road Number and phone numbers as well as your email address. This information can also be submitted on-line using the “Membership information update” tab on this website
If you have not already paid this years Dues and wish to pay your Dues online then click on the below PayPal "Buy Now" button after first selecting One year, Two Years or Three years from the drop down menu. On the PayPal page you can pay by PalPal if you have an account, or you can pay by credit card (without having to create a PayPal account) by clicking on the 'Don't have a PayPal account' option. Only use the PayPal option if you have not already paid this years dues, otherwise this automated approach will just overwrite your already paid dues for this year.
Thank you. The Directors Shadow Lakes Association
|The care and
protection of our Land, Lakes and River system so that
future generations will enjoy what we today are enjoying