A key was lost at the park on Sunday evening. The key was last seen in the park gate lock and has a camouflage paracord on the keychain. If found please contact Andy Romes at firstname.lastname@example.org
The state of Michigan is urging people to avoid contact with the Huron River downstream of Wixom after a chrome plating factory released a large quantity of hexavalent chromium into a sewer system that discharges to the river.
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Update: The Slip Assignments for 2022 are as follows:
- Slothower, Josh
- Greko, John & Nancy
- Phillips, Gary & Marilyn
- Gauthier, Larry & Irene
- Nelson, Frank & Cynthia
- Fett, Gary & Ruth
- Allen, Dave & Marge
- Taylor, Don
- Alex, Frank & Janice
- Garrity, Jason
- McManus, Bill & Lisa
- Flynn, David
- ALT 1: Ouillette, Joe
- ALT 2: Musgrave, Trenton
The 2022 Pontoon Slip Drawing will be held on Thursday, March 31, 2022 at 7:00pm (sharp). Please arrive 15 minutes early for drawing registration. The drawing will be held at the Strawberry Park and mask and social distancing are encouraged. A donation of $350 is strongly recommended at the time of slip assignment. The Pontoon Slip Drawing Rules can be read by following this link: https://strawberryhillestates.org/download/park_and_access_committee/pontoon_slip_drawing/PONTOON-SLIP-DRAWING-2021.V2.pdf
The Strawberry Hill Estates annual HOA meeting is scheduled to take place at our park access on Wednesday, April 27th 2022 @ 7:00pm.
It’s that time of year again when the weather has changed and we all begin to pull our boats off the lake for winter storage.
A reminder of winter storage rules as defined by SPBHA bylaws: Winter storage of boats, trailers, or other recreational vehicles is not allowed closer to the road than the closest point of the residence.
The JAC has removed the swim raft and buoys and soon to remove the boat launch dock. Picnic tables will be stacked soon and the portable toilet has already been picked up for the year.
Please remove all items from the kayak/canoe rack as winter storage of personal property is not permitted at the park. All pontoon slips must remove their mooring poles and access docks from the park as those are personal property and not to be stored at the park.
The JAC thanks you for another great summer at our park access!
The JAC would like to thank all that participated, attended and donated to the park at the 2021 chili cookoff and cornhole tournament! The weather was beautiful and the event went off without a hitch. This years event ended up having 14 Cornhole players and 10 Chilis entered in the cookoff to judge. Congratulations to Mike Donovan & Deb Converse on winning the Cornhole Tournament and Congratulations to Dave Converse for winning the Chili Cookoff!
When: Sunday, September 26th @ 11am
Where: Strawberry Lake Park, 5333 Gallagher Blvd.
Who: Community and Family Members Only
Donations to the park will be accepted upon entry to the tournament, $10 per player recommendation. Players will choose their skill level at registration: Advanced or Novice. After all players are registered, teams will be randomly paired up, but consist of one team member of each skill level. The winning team will receive a cash prize and 1st place medals!
Bring your best chili and a serving spoon down to the park in a container that will keep warm. No cost to enter, bowls and plasticware will be provided. Voting will happen throughout the cornhole tournament and be tallied upon completion. The winner will be announced and will receive a cash prize and the Golden Ladle trophy!
Additional donations to the JAC will be accepted throughout this fun filled event
All members of the community are welcome to attend even if you are not participating in either the cornhole tournament or the chili cookoff. See you there!
Only 10 days away!
With well over 100 tickets sold, this has turned out to be a major event! Please note the following to help insure the day goes smoothly for everyone.
- Parking at the Park will be EXTREMELY limited. Please make every effort to leave your vehicles at home and walk. Neighborhood boaters still need to utilize the Park for lake access and boat trailers.
- For those who are bringing a dessert to share, there will be a table set up for this. Look for the sign. Plates, forks and some serve ware will be provided.
- Please bring your own beverages, ice and cups as these will not be provided. BYOB
- In case of inclement weather the meal will still be provided “To Go” in clamshell containers. Just come to park for pickup.
- Seating will be limited even with renting 4 extra tables and 32 chairs. Please be courteous to those who need to dine
and utilize the tables.
- Music will be provided and there will be a 50/50 drawing for the cash and the “Door Prize” and the floral centerpieces.
Let’s make this a memorable event!
Your Pig Roast Committee