Normally, around this time of the year we would be celebrating Mohegan Lake Day—with fun activities like the kids’ fishing derby, boat races, storytelling, music, kids’ games, floating lanterns, and fascinating guest speakers. Konya Escort But the health crisis of COVID 19 is challenging everyone to come up with new strategies to do things while keeping everyone safe.
Therefore, this year we are extending Mohegan Lake Day to last an entire weekend, with a mix of (safe) live activities and virtual celebrations of life around our lake. We hope you all will take part in some way, whether it’s decorating your boat, dock, or lakefront plot; submitting photos of your art or handcrafted items or or videos of what Lake Mohegan means to you; or paddling around the lake to listen to the music and admire your neighbors’ handiwork. And try to find all of the treasures in the scavenger hunt!
Be sure to keep an appropriate distance from others, and protect each other by wearing a mask. And join us in celebrating our lake community.
The year of the New York PAUSE has seen a significant increase in activity around Lake Mohegan. You might have gone for a walk and noticed more neighbors out on the streets for an afternoon stroll, possibly with kids or feline companions along for company. Be sure and say hi! And so many folks are out on the water, swimming, sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing… our lake is a beautiful place to get away from the stresses of 2020.
Our first water treatment of copper sulfate took place on June 18, applied by SOLitude, Inc., to combat blue-green algae in the water column. There will be additional treatments this season; watch this space and the MLID Facebook page for updates.