2012 Spring at Yankee Lake
by Alice Salmans
Last fall, Cathy Dawkins and I planted 100 Kind Alfred Daffodils, 100 mixed variety daffodils, and 100 Wood Hyacinths (white, pink and purple) on the clubhouse grounds. Along with a variety of blooming ground covers, the YLPA corner is something to smile at. While the daffodils were out early, the wood hyacinths will bloom later in June… I think! This year, all bets are off with the strange weather we’ve had. Our Prairie Fire Crab Apple trees are ready to pop and should add to the lovely view from the County road.
Unfortunately, due to the lack of snow the past winter and a dry spring so far, some of our shrubs and trees have experienced a great deal of winter burn. We’ll have to see what survives.
I did not apply for a Sullivan Renaissance Grant this year due to personal considerations, but I’m hoping we can continue with that program next year. I hope you enjoy some of the spring bulbs this year and welcome back our rain garden blooms!
If you have an interest in the YLPA Landscaping Committee, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-888-5777.
News & Events 5/8/2019
Water Quality Summer of 2018
The New York State report on Yankee Lake Water Quality over the course of the 2018 summer season is available by clicking this link.
The opening date will be July 4. A signup form for the July 6 Basketball Clinic can be accessed here. We encourage interested families to register by June 21 to help with our number of volunteer coaches.
Doug Spranger made and edited a 5 minute video taken from his drone copter flying over Yankee Lake. This beautiful sequence was shot in high definition (1080 p), and can be viewed on YouTube at this link.Read More Read ALL