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2015 Penage Bay Marina Aerial View

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Spring 2010 Water Levels in Marina Bay

Thanks to Gord Lundgren for these photos showing the very low water levels on March 13, 2010, from the Marina Bay.  As Gord notes "water levels are down below the low level of a normal of "0".  To actually know how to read the scale for 'Water Levels' is an actual measurement of volume of water, normal lake level is just below the wire mesh staging as the Ministry is now regulating lake levels below a normal of "0" at  a negative of "-4" to the power of '5'. To our amazement. the lake level is at an all time low of a negative " -1 1/4" to the power of '5'. When we actually look at this scale we think of inches, centimetres, and metres, the staging for lake water levels was installed in 1970 or '71.  If a person were to take a tape measure and measure in inches it is approximately twenty-three inches below the normal of "0" and below the MNR lake level of thirteen inches."

Normal Low Lake Level March 19, 2010 Level

Presentation of Fishing Derby Winners at 2001 Picnic

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Repairs to the dock in the marina bay, Summer 1997

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Nick Hayes (l) and Shawn Keller (r) of Pinehill Resort present Jack Hamill with a cheque representing the proceeds from the 1997 Lake Panache Golf Tournament.

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The Hon. John Snobelen (second from left), Minister of Natural Resources, joins Jack Hamill and Al Comba in accepting a cheque from Nick Hayes (l) of the Pinehill Resort representing the proceeds from the 1998 Lake Panache Golf Tournament.

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Walker Dam Reconstruction

The Construction Phase (Summer 2002)

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The Finished Product

Thanks to Ken Gibbons of the Ministry of Natural Resources for providing some photos of the newly re-constructed Walker Dam.

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Summer 2009 Picnic

Welcome! Tickets Anyone?? The Treasurer at work...
Hot Dogs anyone?
Welcome back Brian Young! Annual games