June News

We hope you enjoyed your Memorial Day Weekend and that you had some time to enjoy being at the lake. We would like to send a thanks out to Claudia Strycharz for sharing this incredible picture of the Lance Street Dock. 

We are pleased to announce that the spraying for the gypsy moths was completed earlier today throughout the Nuangola Borough.  The following message was shared from Mike Johnson:

Nuangola Borough has engaged an outside vendor for Gypsy Moth spraying throughout the borough. The vendor has indicated that the spray is not harmful to humans or animals. Spraying will take place on Tuesday, May 31, 2016 weather permitting or, in case of rainy conditions on Wednesday, June 1, 2016. Any questions, please call secretary Sabine Thomas at (570) 868-5808.

Thank You
Joseph J. Tucker
President Nuangola Borough Council

Dues Update:
Your dues make it possible to help with our lake management efforts as well as our events. Feel free to contact us at lakenuangola@gmail.com if you have any questions about lake membership.

Pavilion Cleanup:
The Annual Nuangola Pavilion Cleanup is being held this Saturday, June 4th, from 10AM-12PM.  Lunch will be provided for all of our volunteers following the cleanup. There is great strength in numbers...please come out and help out! 
Lake Nuangola Association Website & Facebook Page:

We encourage you to visit our new website at www.lakenuangola.com or Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/LakeNuangola/ 

The page is also linked to the new website.  Look for the Facebook logo.
Event Schedule Update:

Please mark your calendars for our Season Opener that will be held at the Pavilion on Saturday, June 25th.  The Stockholder's Meeting will begin at5:30PM followed by a Cocktail Hour at 6:30PM.  This is a great opportunity to find out about what events are planned for the 2016 Summer Season and provide feedback to benefit our association.

Dockbuilding 101...

Dockbuilding is not for the faint hearted. It requires years of experience, a little bit of skill, a lot of patience, and a minimum of a six pack. Here are a couple of tips as you construct your dock:

Wear water shoes to reduce your chances of stubbed toes.  Use your feet and hands to find any remaining cinder blocks from past years. The blocks that are still intact make great supports.  Find out who your really true friends are and ask if they would be willing to help you. As your first attempts at dock construction fail, and they will...try to keep your cursing to a minimum out of respect to your neighbors.  Once completed with your project, ask your children to be dock testers by simply bouncing up and down on your constructed masterpiece. The best part of this process is later in the season when the lake levels go down and the lake community can see your handiwork with the beautiful supports that you have constructed.