START EXPLORING THE DODGE LAKE AREA

The Definition of Our Association:
A group of people (Dodge Lakefront Property Owners) 
together for a common
purpose (The Health of
Dodge Lake , the Safety of it’s
Residents and Protection

of their Property).


COMING SEPTEMBER

Jeep Creep 2018 River walk Place Resort & Spa
777 W. Cedar Avenue, 
Gladwin, MI 48624


Phone: (989) 246-8000
Description
This is the 7th annual Jeep Creep and on its way to being the biggest and best event, yet! in 2017 we had almost 700 Jeeps and over 40 vendors and thousands of people! We have trunk-or-treating for the kids, a beer tent, costume contests, tasty food, animal adoption events and much more! This event keeps on growing! Call us at (989)246-8000 to register or with any questions!
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bEACH REPAIR SEPTEMBER 15


We have picked a date to construct the beach wall. Sat September 15.  I am looking for volunteers. If you can make it please let me know so I can order/buy the materials.
Remember "Many hands make light work" So even if you think you can't help much I'm sure there is something you can do to help. 
Please respond to this email or let me know if you see me so I can get an idea of how many volunteers we will have.
Thanks in advance for your help
Tom Deane

​    WELCOME TO DODGE LAKE

DODGE LAKE PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION













A LITTLE ABOUT A FRIENDLY FACE

This is the familiar, large Great Blue heron seen wading in shallow water in marshes, ponds and along lakeshores and stream edges. They are sometimes confused with the sandhill crane; the heron is smaller and flies with its neck folded back, while cranes fly with their neck extended. Great blue herons are commonly seen in small suburban wetlands (cranes are generally less tolerant of close presence). Herons feed on fish, frogs, and other small animals, captured by a quick jab of the beak. They nest in colonies, usually building their stick platform nests in trees in lowland hardwood swamps. In recent years many rookeries have been displaced by shoreline development or timber cutting. Every attempt must be made to preserve known nesting sites if these beautiful birds are to remain common in Michigan’s wetlands. PHOTOS BY:  Michelle Lapanowski   dodge lake resident.

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