Committee Contacts

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CommitteePerson to ContactPrimary PhoneSecondary Phone
Clubhouse and Property Kevin Armistead  (845) 294-9434  (201) 774-4198
Communications Sean McDermott  (484) 902-8497  (484) 363-0153
Conservation and Preservation Georgia Rampe  (845) 798-9952  (845) 888-2144
Dam Management Ray Volpe  (845) 614-5002  (845) 325-3844
Data Management Brad Dawkins  (845) 888-5670  
Deed Research Joy Grancio  (718) 541-3270  
Engineering Kevin Armistead  (845) 294-9434  (201) 774-4198
Finance and Insurance Rob Rogers  (203) 322-7084  
History of Yankee Lake Denége Patterson  (845) 498-9022  
Lake Patrol Peter Pensec  (973) 729-7940  (973) 271-5466
Landscaping Alice Salmans  (845) 888-5777  
Legal Jon LeTendre  (718) 982-8277  (347) 884-1184
Social Program Elizabeth Zambuto  (914) 213-9632  
Web Site Management Brad Dawkins  (845) 888-5670  
Youth Program Sara LaMotta and Karin Carlino  (845) 313-8715  

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News & Events 6/23/2017

Paint & Sip Party!

Join us in a Paint & Sip Party, Saturday 8 July from 7-9 PM in the Clubhouse. This two-hour painting party is BYOB, and you will paint a Yankee Lake scene guided by Shawn Dell Joyce, an artist from the Wallkill School of Art. All materials and supplies will be provided. You must pre-register to participate! Cost is $30/person. Capacity is limited! Please register online at http://upto.com/e/mMKpO or call Liam or Regina at (845) 457-2787.


Sponsor a Clubhouse Window!

The YLPA is replacing windows in the “Roller Rink” area of the Clubhouse. You can help defray the costs by sponsoring a window. Sponsorships are $500 per window, and covers purchase and installation. A plaque will be placed under each sponsored window with a message up to 150 characters. Please click this link to download the order form. Submit your form and payment early before we run out of windows!

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Local News 3/14/2017

Spiders Eat 400-800 Million Tons of Prey Every Year

It has long been suspected that spiders are one of the most important groups of predators of insects. Zoologists at the University of Basel and Lund University in Sweden have now shown just how true this is – spiders kill astronomical numbers o...

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