Lake Gerry Association


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  • 07/22/2020 7:15 AM | Anonymous

    Please note: The Beach is is temporarily closed due to safety concerns. On Friday 6/19/20 a large tree branch fell into the swimming area. we contacted a licensed/insured arborist to assess our safety concerns. 3 trees require immediate removal. Removal will be done this week. If you wish to make a donation to offset this expense please private message us or contact: Erich Kennedy or Marc Speziali. Thank you

  • 07/13/2020 7:14 AM | Anonymous

    As a reminder, this Sunday, July 13th @ 1pm Chaz Kelley pavilion- we will be nominating board members for the next 2 year term. If you are a member in good standing and wish to rum for office, you must be in person at this meeting if you wish to be nominated.

  • 07/09/2020 7:14 AM | Anonymous

    This summer the Lake Gerry Association, the the sponsorship of its members, began updating many of the lake access signs. These new and aesthetically pleasing signs will help our members identify lake access lanes.

    This is just one of many projects going on this summer at Lake Gerry to help improve the community.

  • 06/03/2020 7:13 AM | Anonymous

    Grass Carp are a recommended addition to the lake to help control the weeds of the lake. It is recommended that Lake Gerry house approximately 280 Grass Carp to help with the lake weeds. During the summer of 2020 we added 43 new carp to the lake bringing the total up to 68. These additions are made possible by very generous donations from the Lake Gerry Association Members. Each additional carp will help us maintain the quality of the lake and improve everyone's experience on and in Lake Gerry.

    If you are interested in making a donation to adopt a carp (or several), please reach out to the association, or complete the Adopt-a-Carp form below.

  • 05/26/2020 7:12 AM | Anonymous

    Lily pads have encroached upon every bank around the perimeter of Lake Gerry and have choked off access for many to the lake. Manual cutting and removal of the lily pads has proven to be an impossible task due to their rhyzome(root) structure. The Lake Gerry Association has been conducting several studies to address the lily pad issue and has contracted with a professional service to create a removal plan that will enhance the overall health of the lake, it's use and the health of the wildlife population.

    Please watch the Lake Gerry Association news feed for more information as it becomes available.

  • 05/17/2020 7:11 AM | Anonymous

    The Lake Gerry Association meeting on Sunday May 17th and Community Picnic on Sunday May 24th are hereby cancelled - In accordance to the New York State and local COVID 19 mandates. Hopefully, we will have better news in June. As more people return to the lake, please respect your neighbors rights and practice social distancing.

    Thank you and stay safe and healthy.

  • 04/25/2020 7:11 AM | Anonymous

    The Lake Gerry Association will be in full compliance with New York State and the CDC's regulations for the COVID 19 Pandemic. Our scheduled meetings and events face cancellation and changes for this season. We ask all members to be patient and remember that your Lake Gerry Association Board is working tirelessly behind the scenes. Check out our Facebook page or signs posted on the Chaz Kelly Pavilion for changes and/or cancellations.

    Throughout the 2020 Season -

    • Stay Connected to your state and local health department's social media pages and website for timely and accurate COVID-19 information and updates.
    • Questions? Call the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Hotline: 1-888-364-3065
    • If you decide to attend a public event, practice good health habits and social distancing.
    • Try to keep at least 6 feet of distance between you and others at a meeting or event.
    • Avoid close contact, such as shaking hands, hugging and kissing.
    • Wash hands often or use hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
    • Avoid surfaces that are touched often, such as doorknobs and handrails.

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Lake Gerry Association is a non-profit organization. PO Box 665 Oxford, NY 13830

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