- Friday February 1st
Happy hour 5:30-7:00
Taco bar at 7:00 followed by prize giveaways and then Music from Crown Entertainment DJ
Save the date and look for a formal invite in the mail! (If you are a new Brush Lake Cabin Owner, please reach out to Sonya Wanner at (701) 221-2143 for tickets!)
YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE!!!! The recent storm left damage to the public beach, Memorial Grove and the yard at the Pavillion. The costs of tree removal is NOT covered by our insurance. On Saturday morning the 21st of July bright and early at 9 am, we will meet on the public beach and begin to restore our beautiful lake surroundings. We need people, chain saws and trailers to move downed trees to the pit. Please consider spending a few hours of your time, talent and resources to contribute to your lake community! Thank you!
While this website adds information in regards to upcoming events and major news, the Facebook group is great for continual discussion points, items for sale and upcoming events large and small. Here is the link: Brush Lake Cabin Owners
GOOD NEWS – NEW TREE PIT
Members of the Rec Board, Lake Board, and our land Renter met this morning and determined a new tree disposal area in the south pasture. Get the word out, follow these rules, and directions.
1. ONLY TREES, take your building material elsewhere or burn.
2. The old tree pit is CLOSED and off limits.
3. There are white flags that show the route to the pit. Stay within the marked areas. Do not drive all over the pasture.
4. The pit boundary is marked by orange cones, keep piles within them. Try to cut into manageable size in case they have to be moved again.
5. Start dumping on the south side, and work west and north.
6. You can back in from the west. Bring someone with you, there are some large rocks you will want to avoid.
7. The north side has a large rise, only dump from the rise after the pit is getting full. We want the piles as close together to provide as much room as possible.
8. The area will be open until the end of August. Don’t wait until fall to clean up.
The area is south of the pavilion road, west of the highway, and north of the dry slough. The gate is directly across from the road to the public beach entering the pasture that is to the south. Follow the little white flags to the orange cones. Please stay within the flags, there is room down there to turn around.
Mercer-Turtle Lake Rodeo Club’s 11th Annual Bull Riding, September 2nd starting at 4pm. Adding broncs this year, will also have Steer riding and mutton busting. Those who are interested in riding steers and riding sheep call Karen at 701-447-2242 in the evenings.
Please pre-register by August 31, 2017 by 7:30 pm. Mutton Busting will be the first event so get there early to sign the release forms and have your kids being the chutes by 3:50 pm.
Click here for more information.
September 2nd, 10-11 am
The Shore, Brush Lake
– open board positions
– winterizing Pavillion
– boat storage
– Land rent and lease
– grounds upkeep and storage/shed
If there is something that you would like the board to review please contact board president Anne Green by Thursday, August 31st.
The Shore Bar and Grill has set up shop in the Brush Lake Pavilion, taking the place of B.L. Boondocks as the Pavillion vendor in the summertime. Serving similar food and drink, The Shore offers burgers & beer as well as steaks and other delicious food items. Opened in May, The Shore is the Pavilion’s new restaurant, bringing the party back to Brush. More info as it reaches us!
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Writing for the Brush Lake Site,
Here’s the latest on the Brush Lake Sewer Project:
JUNE 17 2015
TO BRUSH LAKE CABIN OWNERS
At the annual meeting of the Brush Lake Recreational Service District held on June 6
at Brush Lake, a motion was seconded to allow Ulteig Engineering to do a study of all
cabins on the lake of their existing sewers. This is the first step that needs to be done before a lake
sewer system would be installed. There is a possibility that if we did go ahead we could tie into the
Mercer lagoon, but that has not been discussed yet. This might be an option.
They will report back to us at the annual cabin owners meeting on Labor Day weekend of their results
and any recommendations for the lake as a whole. No further action will be taken without vote of all
cabin owners whether to proceed or not.
Recreation Service District
Need your water service hooked up to your cabin? Here’s a few options. Call now – schedules are filling up!
- Beutler Excavating: 701-462-8395 or 701-460-1201
- Mike Erickson: (701) 390-8002