Thanks to the 261 Homeowners Who Voted

The early totals are in and it looks like the recent vote to change the assessment structure has FAILED. With each property getting two votes, the accountant has 226 yes votes (43%) and 296 no votes (57%) . Ballots postmarked prior to the cutoff date will be accepted through Thursday but we do not expect it to impact the outcome.

Luau Returns!

It’s that time of year-the sun is out, boat engines are roaring, and everyone is ready to soak up the sun. There is no better way to kick off summer than the Dunlap Lake Luau!

We will kick off with a boat parade at 3 pm on Saturday, May 24. This year’s theme is favorite movies. Whether you do Hunger Games, Titanic, Jaws, or Finding Nemo get creative and have some fun. Spectators on the shorelines are encouraged.

At 5 pm we will meet back at our usual Luau location, 113 West Lake Drive, near the underwater bridge if you come by boat. Bring a dish to share, lawn chairs and any special drinks. Meat and lemonade will be provided. DJ Jim Hursey with Sounds Unlimited will be providing our music and games for all ages.  Instead of fire performers this year the main event will be a pig roast and pot luck at 5 pm. Help is greatly appreciated in setup on Friday, May 23rd and Saturday, May 24th. If you are able to help if even for an hour, please let us know.

There is no better way to celebrate the warm weather than gathering for this family friendly event that includes games for kids. Guests are welcome but you must register them and attend with them.

Please RSVP by contacting Jim Seubert at; 779-1284, or Carolyn Green at; 791-1398 so we have enough of all food groups.


Big Fish Caught in Dunlap Lake

Mason Sorenson recently hooked this big blue and worked for hours with his friends Blake Phomilson, Alex Mosella, and Eddy Mosella to pull it in without breaking the 8 lb test line. Congratulations!! We believe this is the largest fish ever caught in Dunlap Lake. 

Mail ballets today

Must be postmarked by May 18

If you haven’t already cast your ballot for whether or not to change the assessment structure to a flat fee, please do so before Sunday, May 18. If you have questions email Carolyn Green at