Join us in welcoming the new Indian Lake Library manager! Meet the new library manager, Susan Rollings, and help us wish Nancy Berkowitz a happy retirement. Saturday April 21st from 10am to 1pm, at the library. Refreshments will be served.
Memorial Day observances in Indian Lake, Blue Mountain Lake. Organizations encouraged to make parade floats
Indian Lake/Blue Mountain Lake American Legion Post 1392 is announcing Memorial Day observances at four locations in Indian Lake and Blue Mountain Lake.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend any or all of the four ceremonies, which will include a short memorial prayer, a gun salute, and the presentation of a wreath at each of the four memorials in Indian Lake and Blue Mountain Lake.
The first wreath presentation on Memorial Day (Monday, May 28) will be at 9 a.m. by the memorial in front of the Blue Mountain Lake United Methodist Church at Routes 28 and 30 in Blue Mountain Lake.
The second will held immediately afterwards at the memorial by the Blue Mountain Lake Fire Department firehouse, a short walking distance away.
At about 9:30 a.m., the wreath ceremony will take place at the memorial in front of the American Legion Hall at 6362 W. Main Street, Indian Lake.
The fourth will be at the new WWI Memorial Park on the corner in front of the Indian Lake Central School, 6345 St. Rt. 30, Indian Lake, again within walking distance. The new park, where the monument was recently relocated, will be dedicated, followed by placing of the wreath, gun salute, and closing prayer.
The Hamilton County American Legion Memorial Day Parade will be in Indian Lake at 2 p.m. starting at Bennett Road on the east side of town and proceed west down Main Street to the municipal parking lot by the American Legion Hall.
All American Legion posts in the county are invited to participate along with their volunteer fire departments and the Indian Lake Ambulance Corps.
Floats will be welcomed and there will be prizes of $100, $75, and $50 for first, second and third place respectively.
On March 22, 2018 the ILCDC invited recipients, Board members and Town Officials to attend a special Thank You celebration for the Main Street Grant program. Seven local business received grants and completed projects to upgrade and enhance their facilities. The ILCDC’s Main Street Revitalization Committee led by Brenda was instrumental in obtaining the grants and facilitating the process.
Directors present at the Celebration were:
Jack, Sally, Meade and Brenda.
Grant business owners present: Freddy Eichler, Melanie Stiffel, Ann Miller, Aaron Gadway.
Grant business owners not present: Tim Pine, Bev King, Nate Kullman
Robin Hill – CAP 21 grant writer
The Indian Lake Community Development Corporation is in need of additional members for the Board of Directors. We would like to add 2-3 more interested people to our board. We are also in need of a secretary since Marti Evanoff will be stepping down from that position in July.
Our meeting schedule is posted on the web site – under the tab ‘Meeting Schedule’.