Distribution of the BLCA Newsletter is complete. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you did not received a copy.
The BLCA has printed a physical newsletter and calendar for the 2022 season. Road Reps will not be collecting the $30 membership fee due to the lingering concerns about COVID-19, instead we would like cottagers to send the fees directly to BLCA. Make life easier for our volunteers by sending your e-transfer to email@example.com, or mail a cheque to us. The mailing address is on our “Contact” Page.
Additional details at the BLCA Membership page.
Not sure who your road rep is? Check out the Belmont Lake Road Reps
2022 BLCA Email Blasts
The BLCA periodically send emails to our subscriber list. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the list.
2022 October Update: All Candidates’ Meetings
2022 September Update: Fall Hike / Municipal Election
2022 August Update: Lights Out / Dock Concert / Golf
2022 July Update: Regatta
2022 July Update: AGM / Belmont Expedition / Dock Concerts
2022 June Update: Fireworks / Membership / Belmont Expedition / Dock Concerts
2022 May Update: Newsletters and Membership
2021 BLCA Email Blasts
2021 September: Flood Warning
2021 August 1 Update: Long Weekend Events / AGM Zoom Recording
2021 July Canada Day Update: Membership and New Events
2021 June Update: Newsletters / Membership / New Events
2021 May Update: Newsletters and Membership
BLCA 2022 Newsletter
BLCA 2021 Newsletter
BLCA 2020 Newsletter
BLCA 2019 Newsletter
BLCA 2018 Newsletter
BLCA 2017 Newsletter
BLCA 2016 Newsletter
BLCA 2015 Newsletter
BLCA 2014 Newsletter
BLCA 2013 Newsletter
BLCA 2012 Newsletter
2012 Membership Survey
At the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in July, 2012, our members asked the Board to conduct a survey of members so that we would have a good base to decide how to spend our volunteer time and association dollars. Brian Deas and Diane Pick rose to the challenge. Brian, in consultation with the Board, created the survey questions. Diane set up the questions in Survey Monkey, the software we used to administer the survey. Both Brian and Diane put many hours into this project – our sincerest thanks for their efforts.
The survey of property owners on Belmont Lake was conducted in October of 2012. We sent emails to active members and former members inviting them to take the survey on-line. We mailed surveys to members for whom we did not have email addresses. In total we contacted 234 members and 88 former members. We received 161 completed surveys, 145 done on-line and 16 by mail.
The files below provide a more detailed analysis than we could provide in the 2013 Newsletter: