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Treasurer’s Report – September 1, 2019

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CLEAR LAKE CABIN ASSOCIATION TREASURER’S REPORT – SEPTEMBER 1, 2019

Revenue as of September 2, 2018: $10,210.44

Membership Deposits 230.00

Sold 19 Keys 95.00

Jamboree Hall Donations and Deposits 870.00

AED Donation 20.00

TOTAL REVENUE: $11,425.44

EXPENSES:

Theatre Rental For AGM Sept. 2, 2018 $100.00

Return Deposits For Jamboree Hall 480.00

Extra Data for CLCA Work – Sept. 7/18 22.60

SSL CERTIFICATE For Website
April 5/19 to April 4/21 (2 years) 139.98

Deluxe Managed WordPress Website Renewal
May 26/19 to May 26/20 203.88

July 23/19 – Website .org domain name renewal 43.23

Retrieval of clearlakecabinassociation.com domain name 130.00

Extra data added to my plan for CLCA computer work
– June, July & August 2019 33.90

TOTAL EXPENSES: $ 1,153.59

TOTAL ASSETS TO SEPTEMBER 1, 2019 $10,271.85

WESTOBA BANK BALANCE AS OF JULY 31, 2019 $10,345.98
ADD WESTOBA SHARE 5.00
ADD WESTOBA EQUITY 8.00
ADD OUTSTANDING DEPOSITS 230.00
SUBTRACT OUTSTANDING CHEQUES 317.13

BANK RECONCILIATION AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2019 $10,271.85
CURRENT VALUE OF SHORT TERM INVESTMENT $10,261.06 TOTAL ASSETS $20,532.91
To date 86% of our cabin owners have taken out a membership.
Our cabin owners come from: Winnipeg – 148, Brandon- 144, Rest of Manitoba – 140,
Sask. – 42, Alberta – 23, B.C. – 8, Ontario – 7. Whitehorse – 3, Australia – 1, USA – 1.

Respectfully Submitted by: Joyce Harland, Treasurer, CLCA


Wedding Ceremony at the Jamboree Hall July 13, 2013

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The very first Special Event held in the Jamboree Hall was a Wedding Ceremony between Corrie Lynn McDougall and Mark-Jan Daalderop on July 13, 2013.

On July 13, 2013, Corrie Lynn McDougall and Mark-Jan Daalderop made a promise to love each other and to help each other find happiness. It was a special day for me especially, having spent every summer of my life in the Old Campground. The Jamboree Hall was the only place to bring together the most important people in our lives. My romantic memory of the Hall began as a child with many an evening chasing friends over and under the benches, or singing and acting on stage. We were the first couple to be married since the Hall’s refurbishment and the day didn’t disappoint. It was a magical afternoon – the sun shone through the rafters, and the blue waters of Clear Lake glistened in the background. Riding Mountain continues to be a place unlike any other.

Corrie Lynn


SPECIAL EVENTS HELD AT THE JAMBOREE HALL BEGINNING June 29, 2013

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At a CLCA Board Meeting on June 29, 2013 Dwight McMillan from Parks Canada requested that our Board assume full control of rental of the newly renovated Jamboree Hall. The Board agreed to this and Joyce Harland, Treasurer of the CLCA, volunteered and was appointed to be the contact person for this endeavour. Dwight suggested that we ask for a refundable damage deposit and also ask for a donation for the use of the Hall. He also suggested that we develop a set of Guidelines for the use of the Hall. The Executive members of the CLCA Board held a meeting and, in keeping with Dwight’s suggestions, decided what those guidelines would be. Joyce Harland drew up a contract for the use of the Hall. This contract is still in affect today. Since then we have been fortunate enough to have many Special Events take place at the Jamboree Hall.

I am very happy to create this Category on our website to share with you, our Association Members, the Events that have been held beginning in 2013. I hope you enjoy this and visit it often as it will be updated each time someone uses the Jamboree Hall for their Special Event.

Thank you
Joyce Harland
Website Administrator


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Award Winning Authors Brenda Hasiuk & Duncan Thornton

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An Evening with Award Winning Authors
Brenda Hasiuk & Duncan Thornton
Thursday, August 1 at 7:30 pm
Free!

Join award winning authors as they read from their latest books and learn about how cabin life and the writing life can be a good fit.

Brenda Hasiuk’s just-released fourth novel, Swan Dive, (Groundwood/House of Anansi), chronicles the rise and fall of sixteen-year-old Kris, a refugee from the Siege of Sarajevo who finds himself adjusting to life in 1990s Winnipeg while dreaming of making it big on Star Search. Kirkus Reviews recently declared it “bitingly funny and poignant.”

Duncan Thornton (former writer-in-residence for the Winnipeg Public Library) will read from his fifth novel, Transactions — about three kids who can’t come up with a better plan for getting out of Junior High than learning magic. Real magic.Transactions received the Canada Council’s prestigious Lynch-Staunton Award award for mid-career writers.


Slow Spirit – Poor Michael’s Emporium

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Summer Concert Series.

Art Rock Trio
Slow Spirit
Natalie Bohrn, Eric Roberts & Justin Ricock
Sunday, August 4 at 7:30pm
Poor Michael’s Patio

Three technically brilliant musicians, fronted by one of our very own baristas, Natalie Bohrn. Do yourself a favour and catch this band…

Winnipeg & Onanole based Slow Spirit fashions sensitive, folk-tinged indie rock around the soul-searching songwriting of singer-bassist Natalie Bohrn. They often experiment with expansive arrangements that borrow sound baths and noise freak-outs from post-rock, meditative pulsations and high-rising melodic arcs from jazz, all while maintaining the vulnerability of folk an roots music. Bohrn’s songs confer themes of misunderstanding, betrayal, and mythologizing in past relationships, intimate portraiture, and healing \existential introspection. Slow Spirit hopes to elevate the Poor Michael’s patio and find new meeting ground for sonic wanderers.


2nd Annual Third and Bird Clear Lake Market

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