Lake Tyee Labor Day Weekend
Saturday Aug 31st and Sun Sept 1st, 2019
Our Social Committee put together a terrific event to celebrate Labor Day weekend. Lots of families and friends came out to enjoy the festivities making it one of the biggest events of the year and certainly one of the funnest.
Corn Hole was a new event this year and it proved to be quite popular.
The winners were…pretty happy!
There were Billiards and Horseshoe tournaments.
The kids loved the balls in the pool.
There was dancing…
and friendly get togethers.
For entertainment, the band “Dakota Poorman” played during the afternoon and into the evening.
It was a terrific weekend, weather was beautiful, entertainment and games were great and most of all, lots of people turned out for the fun!
New Lake Tyee Apparel for Sale
Order forms are available in the office or can be downloaded and then printed from:
Hurry – Orders have to be turned in by Aug 31, 2019
Tyee’s Got Talent
August 10, 2018
What an amazing show. The kids organized this event themselves, advertised it and performed. A nice turnout of people came to watch and the talent was exceptional.
Lake Tyee has some great talent, what a wonderful show.
Old Fashioned Sports Day
August 3, 2019
A day for games…
Over 75 kids participated in the kids sport day games and for those that are just kids at heart, there was a horseshoe tournament.
FUN, FUN and more FUN
There was Tug-of-War, Bean bag race, Sack race, Sprint, Pool Noodle race, Spoon race and a water balloon fight
Live Music and Dance
July 20, 2019
The Douglas Crossing Band performed at the Clubhouse. A great time was had enjoying good music and a bit of dancing.
Move the volleyball court work party
July 14, 2019
A crew of volunteers and maintenance people worked together to move the volley ball court about 100 feet further North. The previous court was a bit close to the horseshoe pits and was potentially a hazard.
Thanks so much to all that participated, the new court looks great (not getting a horseshoe in the shin while playing volleyball will also be a big plus).
Canada Day and 4th of July Celebration
June 29th and 30th 2019
A big thank you goes out to all the volunteers and the social committee for putting together the events to celebrate Canada Day and the 4th of July, it was loads of fun.
The events started out with a billiards tournament on Saturday (sorry, no pictures) and unfortunately the Texas holdem’ tournament scheduled for Saturday evening had to be cancelled (there were questions raised about legalities).
On Sunday, events went perfectly.
We had the horseshoe tournament, which is always a success. Lots of people competing and lots of fun.
In addition to swimming and the playground, the kids were able to make sand art and color key chains in the clubhouse.
Making any event great is food and the committee fed us well, pizza, meatball sub sandwiches, hot dogs, hamburgers, chips and drinks.
What a perfect weekend, great people, activities and food!
Social and Dance
June 21, 2019
On Friday night before the Annual General Meeting, the social committee put on a social and dance in the clubhouse. With many new lot owners, it’s a nice opportunity to meet and socialize with the volunteer board members and other lot owners.
People bring appetizers and their own beverages.
Lake Tyee’s own “Lot Owners Band” performed.
More raffle tickets were sold for the hand-made quilt, donated to support new equipment for the band.
It was a fun night!
Father’s Day Breakfast
June 16, 2019
The social committee put on a terrific breakfast of french toast, sausage and fresh fruit along with coffee and juice to celebrate Father’s Day. It’s hard to beat great company and good food.
Memorial Day Weekend 2019
The weather can be a bit unpredictable during this time of year but it stayed pretty decent for the Memorial Day festivities and fun was had by all.
There were quite a few people fishing for the BIG one, both from the bank and out in boats. Plenty of fish were caught, most were released to be caught another day but the winners of the derby earned their places.
Not sure which was bigger, the fish or the smiles.
Other highlights of the weekend included the annual duck race. Members buy numbered ducks, then all the ducks are thrown into the creek at the same time. At the bottom, volunteers are waiting to rescue the ducks from the creek and the first one to the bottom wins.
The billiards tournament was held in the clubhouse,
And the weekend finished out with the horseshoe tournament and a BBQ.
It’s all about the smiles and there were lots of those.
Thanks to everyone that volunteered and participated for making the weekend such a success.