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Community Alert: See Something, Say Something!

by YLPA Board of Directors

Once again, vandals have damaged the landscaping around the Clubhouse. The State Police are conducting their investigation, and we ask that if anyone has any information regarding these incidents to please contact the police at (845) 888-2681.

As a member of our community, we are enlisting your help in reporting to the police any suspicious acts that you see. Please do not approach anyone, or try to intercede, as we never know how dangerous a situation might be. Instead, please call 911. It would be appreciated if you would also let YLPA Board member Alice Salmans know [(845) 888-5777] if you have heard or seen anything related to these acts of vandalism at the Clubhouse.

Below is an example of some of the latest damage caused by a vehicle driving through the property. Lying to the left of center in the photo is a tree that was mowed down and plowed into the mud.

Tree Damage Labor Day 2011

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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