Dimon with rake outside Cranberry Lake Hub

Get to Know the Dimons

By Wild Harmony Ron and Kay Dimon What brought you to Cranberry Lake? When? Tell me some stories… Loyd and Helen Davis ( my grandparents) started in the area in Piercefield in a tent, during the depression, there weren’t any houses. He leased a building at Sevey’s corner, running a gas station. The lease ran

Image of Campany family in front of the Campany Diesel truck.

Get to Know the Campany Family

By Wild Harmony Ashley and Ray CampanyCole, Jonathan, KyleighDogs: Bear and Daisy Mae What brought you to Cranberry Lake?When? May of 2017 Ray – I grew up in Carthage and we arrived here in a car – a Chevy Traverse actually. We had both just gotten out of active duty in the Navy. We wanted

Photo of Mark Leroux in front of a Cranberry Lake fire truck

Get to Know: Mark Leroux

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

Poker Paddle poster with image of river and houses on shore

Sun and Fun at the Annual Poker Paddle

By a Lucia Plumley VerSteeg Saturday, July 23 was the day of the 16th Annual Cranberry Lake Boat Club’s Poker Paddle on the river in Wanakena, and it was a perfect day for this event! Although I no longer paddle my kayak, I do enjoy welcoming the paddlers back to shore and participating in the

Auctioneer Todd Moe in front of attendees

Paddles Up for Cranberry Lake Art Show

Few things bring greater joy these days than seeing signs that our world is getting back to normal. For over a year, our festivals, events, and gatherings were put on hold as the nation and the world responded to a global pandemic. Closer to home, we stayed physically distant from our friends, neighbors, and community—and

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