Remembering Mae Winkle
Mary "Mae" Winkle passed on 30 March 2014, 88 years of age, of Centerport and Yankee Lake, NY. Raised in Woodside, Queens. Loving wife of the late Matthew Winkle. Beloved mother of Joy Hyde. Caring grandmother of Dan & Megan Hyde, Matt & Michelle Hyde, Tom & Jaime Hyde, and Pete & Wendy Hyde. Affectionately called "GG" by her eight great-grandchildren. Mae was employed by General Motors for 35 years. Spent her retirement on Yankee Lake or visiting with family & friends. Reposing Nolan and Taylor-Howe Funeral Home 5 Laurel Avenue, Northport Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Funeral Mass Wednesday 10:30 AM Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church Centerport. Private cremation to follow. In Lieu of flowers Donations in Mae's memory to Yankee Lake Preservation Association, Inc., P.O. Box 558, Wurtsboro, NY 12790. For a tribute to Mae on the YLPA web site, click this link: http://yankeelake.mylaketown.com/mae-winkle
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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!Read More Read ALL
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...Read More