I volunteer because things need to be done. I love this place. My mom was a big volunteer. When the dust settled I had served 18 years on the Boat Club Board of Directors and 9 years as Commodore.
By Halsey Bagg The 2023 Cranberry Lake Boat Club Poker Paddle took place last weekend. The weather prediction may have scared off some paddlers, as the number of participants was down 25 from last years 92 at 67. That would be too bad, as the day was a beautiful sunny day great for paddling on
By Wild Harmony Mark LerouxChief of EMS for the CL Fire Dept / EMTCommissioner for the CL Fire DistrictAssistant Director of the Food Pantry in Star Lake that serves Clifton Fine region What brought you to Cranberry Lake? When? When you first came, did you think you’d end up staying here? I have lived here
By Wild Harmony Scott McWharfPresident, Cranberry Lake North Shore HubPresident, Dam CommissionVolunteer Member of CL Fire Department What brought you to Cranberry Lake? When? When you first came, did you think you’d end up staying here? I came here in 1993 to work for the DOT and ended up as Highway Maintenance Supervisor for the
By Halsey Bagg The membership of the Cranberry Lake Boat Club (CLBC) had their Annual Meeting at the Cranberry Lake Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, July 8, 2023. 70 people attended. Karen Soltau & Scott McWharf put together their culinary skills and prepared a delicious dinner for everyone. Nick Hunter organized the event. Randy Young
The Cranberry Lake North Shore Hub is focused on creating opportunities for different community groups to come together and share perspectives and information. To that end, we are hosting an event that we hope many will enjoy. A Celebration of Adirondacks EthnobotanyHosted By The Cranberry Lake North Shore HubRoute 3, Cranberry Lake HamletWednesday, July 12,
By Halsey Bagg The results are in! If you ran in the race and would like to see your times go to cranberrylakeboatclub.com and look under EVENTS. This year’s Firecracker (a 5K/10K Run and Fun Walk) had 193 participants, up 18 from last year’s record 175. Our photographer, Chuck Yartz, took almost 200 pictures, so there is
Wanakena was full of the sights and sounds of its annual Fourth of July Parade. By most accounts, it was one of the biggest crowds ever, with folks enjoying everything from hot dogs and refreshments to great music and the always popular duck race. This year, a few of the intrepid rubber duckies got stuck