Here's What's Happening in Cedar Point Park (1/2/21)
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Next CPPA Board Meeting via ZOOM 8:30am - Contact the board via email or phone for details to attend the meeting virtually. 262-245-5996 or firstname.lastname@example.org
11/11/2020 CPP Memorial Benches
Cedar Point Park Association is now offering members an opportunity to purchase and donate memorial benches to its parkways. Cost is $1,100 and includes a custom engraved metal plaque mounted to the bench.
Contoured seat and backrest
Top-grade recycled plastic slats
Cast aluminum frame, powder-coated black
UV and moisture resistant
Contact Cedar Point Park Association to place your order.
Donate a Parkway Tree
As part of our ongoing Reforestation effort, members have the opportunity to purchase a memorial hardwood tree. Cost is approximately $1,200. Please contact Tom Lothian 262-245-5901.
CPPA Ladies Coffee
Cedar Point ladies meet once a month for a social gathering at our neighbors’ homes. Anyone who would be interested in joining in the fun, should contact Sue Vandenbroucke at email@example.com or by calling 262-245-6107.
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1/2/21 Annual Polar Plunge in Williams Bay Ringing in the NEW YEAR - Wishing all a HAPPY and HEALTHY NEW YEAR!
12/02/2020 Year End Letter from CPPA President Ray Copland
Dear CPPA Members,
As 2020 nears a close, its time to reflect on the past twelve months, a year like none other, and to look forward to the future with hope and optimism. Covid-19 deeply touched and changed everyone's life, young and old alike. In spite of the Pandemic, there were positives in 2020 especially in Cedar Point Park.
Although Covid-19 seriously curtailed our ability to socially interact with friends and neighbors, it provided us with the opportunity to spend more quality time with family. Our parks and piers provided safe places to escape the house and enjoy nature. Boating and water sports were an excellent way to safely spend time with our families. Fortunately, our piers and marine facilities were all installed by May 10th allowing for maximum usage the entire season. Although most of our 95th Anniversary celebrations had to be cancelled, members were able to enjoy two "Music in the Park" concerts and a great time was had by all who attended.
Infrastructure repairs and upgrades have continued as I'm sure all have noticed. Spillways were repaired and regraded to improve water flow to the lake. Park 3 concrete stairs were replaced, as well as a crumbling concrete wall in the Circle Parkway parking lot. Tree trimming and dead tree removal is scheduled to be completed by years end. Lake front improvements were completed in Park 4, with wooden walkways being constructed for safety. Swim piers were painted professionally, and although not perfect, the paint adhered for a much longer period of time. Our parkway fertilization and weed control continues and the results are amazing. New signage has been ordered for Park entrances, Piers, and Parking lots and will be installed as soon as possible. New hoist piers were constructed for Parks 4 and 5, increasing the number of premium marine facilities available by thirteen. I wish to thank everyone who was involved with the planning and execution of all these projects.
I want to thank Kurt Kulpa and Kevin Bulow for the great job they do maintaining the Association properties, and Diane Shlicting, who keeps the business office running like a well-oiled machine. Finally, I would like to thank the entire Board of Directors, who have tirelessly given of their time to keep Cedar Point Park the wonderful place that it is.
May your holidays be "merry and bright" and may 2021 be our best year ever.
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