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Gull Chain of Lakes Association membership drive begins

Membership dues are used to maintain a first-class buoy system throughout the chain, conduct lake water testing, sponsor a loon watch program, maintain an invasive species boat inspection program at landings and more.

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The Gull Chain of Lakes Association has begun its annual membership drive for 2021.

Anyone can join the association. Membership includes seasonal and permanent residents who care about the Gull Lake Chain and want to protect it. There is no need to be a property owner. Business memberships are especially welcome. Members are fishermen and women, visiting paddle boarders and kayakers, resort guests, lakeside dining foodies, summer water sport enthusiasts, and winter snow sports fans.

Membership dues are used to maintain a first-class buoy system throughout the chain, conduct lake water testing, sponsor a loon watch program, maintain an invasive species boat inspection program at landings and more, the association reported.

Membership is $50/year. For questions or more information, contact Jane Edwards via email at jedwards3718@gmail.com or visit www.GCOLA.org .

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