Summer Bash 2015: A Luau Success!

​Summer Bash 2014 was a great success. With nearly 200 people in attendance, the music and dancing rocked until 1 AM. Many party goers turned out in Hawaiian inspired attire, and dancers from Kahana Hula put on a great 45 minute performance. A limbo contest added to the festivities with Louis Snow winning a $100 […]

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High Water Hazards

​This year’s heavy rain and resulting high water have added a significant element of danger to our lake. The objects pictured above were collected from the lake within the last week. Running over this type of debris could be very dangerous, especially to those riding on personal water crafts or participating in water sports of […]

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Important New Boating Safety Laws

​As of May 1, 2014, NY State law requires that anyone born after May 1, 1996 who wants to operate a motorboat, obtain a Boating Safety Certificate by completing an approved eight hour course. This new law will ensure that over time, all recreational boaters navigating New York State waters will have the knowledge and […]

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Volunteer for CLCS

​The CLCS Board of Trustees is asking our Membership to please consider volunteering some of your time to our organization. We are a small group of dedicated individuals who work hard to keep Copake Lake a clean, healthy and safe place for all of us to enjoy. Our organization is governed by a Board of […]

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Membership in CLCS

​Membership in CLCS is open to any individual age 18 or older who makes a minimum annual contribution of $150. Each paid membership entitles the individual or household to one vote at our Annual Meeting, which is held each year in July. Membership for the current year must be paid in order to be eligible […]

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Eagles at Copake Lake

​If you spend time at Copake Lake, you will surely at some point notice the eagles circling overhead and diving in for food. Maybe you’ve been lucky enough to see them teaching their young to fish. Eaglets learn to fly when they are two months old. Most can leave the nest to hunt and fish […]

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