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wMonday, August 08, 2005


Two weeks ago, we attended the July 2005 Annual Membership meeting of HLA. There was a fairly good turnout and the food wasn't bad either. The good thing is... we are seeing new faces. The bad thing is... some of the older faces were not present. If only we could combine the 'old' and the 'new' wouldn't it be a fine thing?

I've been hoping I could soon introduce you to a new webmaster. At this point I'm not certain whether that will become a fact or not. Meantime, here I am! I just read an article written earlier this summer in the Detroit Free Press. It was written by Hugh McDiarmid, a fellow who interviewed me last week on another matter and so I was just sort of rambling about the internet to learn a bit more about him.

Hugh reports about the environment and sometimes he is on the opposite end of the pole from me. However, this article just begged for me to share it with you: Ecosystem heats up in lakes President Bob Haupt told us at the annual meeting that Hackert Lake fish are pretty big this year - a good sign of health in the lake. Hugh's article explains some of the reasons this warm weather is creating bigger fish. I hope you enjoy reading the article.


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