A Brief History of Crystal Lake Club, Inc.
... Is still available for free. Click on the cover page on the right.
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The Club sign at the Marina is showing it's age. The Board is working to replace the rotting wood sign.
The Board would like to hear about activities you would attend over the next year. Please fill out the following survey. It can be filled out for one person or a family.
Please select as many options as you would be interested in attending and/or suggest other events.
Please guess on the number of attendees. Use the "Other Event or Comments" section if you can be more specific for planning purposes. You can also volunteer to help in the Comments section.
Paid at the clubhouse from 10-11 a.m.
A REMINDER: Use the CONTACT US page for official communications with the Board. Facebook is not an official contact method unless specifically mentioned for special events.
A Brief history of the Crystal Lake Club
... is still available by clicking on the book icon.
Remember that Facebook is not a Club-sponsored, moderated or monitored medium. Please remember that if you have business or questions for the Board, contact it directly (see the Contact Us tab) and do not expect to get a response through Facebook.
KY Fish and Wildlife Link
Remember, Crystal Lake falls under the KY Fish and Wildlife rules. They can be found by clicking HERE.
You might notice that under the Club's "Documents & Business" tab there is a link to a "Builders Guide" page. This page is intended to answer some of the common questions associated with building. It will continue to be updated, but it is NOT a replacement for reading and understanding the Deed Restrictions and Bylaws.
Weed Management Guidelines
A "policy and procedure" document has been created to help lakefront owners manage the weeds. Click on Lake and Grounds to find the link. Please wash your boat and gear before launching if it's been in other lakes.
Basketball Court will be Updated
The Board has approved resurfacing the basketball court, and installation of a heavy duty goal. It is also considering buying a net and marking the court for Pickle Ball. Direct your questions to Mike O'Dell - Lake & Grounds.
Annual Maintenance Fees are Due.
Please put your check in the Club's 1606A mailbox. Remember: the cost of liens increased last year.
Old Playhouse Removed
The aging playhouse has been removed by Lake and Grounds (Thanks Mike O'Dell and Mike Katschke). They will be looking for ideas and quotes for updating the playground in the spring. Please send them your kid's suggestions.
Builder's Guide Tab.
There is a new menu tab to help Members with the building and approval process. It covers the most common questions and suggestions. Feedback is welcome.
107 Bass Added - Catfish and Grass Carp to Follow
In accordance to the Fish and Wildlife lake management fish survey, 107 large mouth bass have been added to the lake for $1,200. They range from 1 to 1.5 pounds. Additional fish will be probably be added in the spring.
Fish are a large investment for the Club. They not only provide entertainment for the anglers, they help manage the other fish and weeds. This fall, the State recommended we add bass to help eat the shad and other pan fish. This approach will make fewer but larger fish of all species, including crappie.
Thanks to Mike Katschke and Lake & Grounds.
Remember, these fish cost you between $10 and $15 a pound. ((If you like to eat fish, consider shopping at Krogers.))
Please remember to wear your personal flotation devices when enjoying the lake.
Also remember this is a No Wake lake.
The spillway has been repaired and a step/landing has been added to the public dock's gangway. The blue safety boom will be reinstalled soon. Until then, be careful around the drain. Water will be restored as soon as the concrete cures. Thanks to Arnold - Lake & Grounds [before and after photos] .