05/20/2019 - News Release - Mason County Burn Restrictions - Effective May 23rd, 2019 - Mason County Community Services - Fire Marshal, in partnership with the Mason County Fire Chiefs’ Association, has determined that current weather conditions within the County have created substantial fire dangers, and that there is a need to enact RESTRICTIONS on outdoor burning to all lands regulated by Mason County. These BURN RESTRICTIONS apply to Land Clearing Fires and Residential Debris Fires. Recreational Fires, in designed concrete, stone, or metal pits like those commonly found in campgrounds are still permitted as well as the use of charcoal briquettes, gas and propane barbeques.
Bingo night was a great success. About 50 people came and what fun we all had. We plan to do this again after the holidays. Watch for the sign on the reader board or on the website.
Our 4th of July BBQ had a great turn out. About 100 neighborhood friends came to join in the festivities. Carolynne and Teresa planned the event which included our own neighborhood band along with other musicians providing wonderful music throughout the day. The weather was perfect for a relaxing day visiting with friends and neighbors while enjoying the pool, music, food. Mike and Larry BBQ’d chicken and hamburgers for all to enjoy and we actually ran short on food! Thanks to all!
Shorefest “Hippie Daze” was a fun time for all ages! Local band, The Harlan Davis Project, played music all afternoon for everyone to enjoy. The giant slip n’ slide was a hit again this year with the kids as well as jump rope, hula hoop, and midnight swim. Danya, Mike and Jason did a wonderful job smoking up a delicious chicken and brat lunch served with their special coleslaw, beans and cake. It was fun to see everyone having a good time dressed in their hippie attire. Take a look at our “Hippie Daze” picture gallery to see all the fun times shared with friends and neighbors.