More than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s kills more than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined and one in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.
September 25th, 2021 the team “Three Sisters” is again walking in the Brainerd Lakes Area Walk to End Alzheimer’s to help end the disease that has personally impacted their family.
Join us August 6th at The Cave in Hillman to help raise money during our annual fundraiser to help support Alzheimer’s research. All proceeds from this event stays locally and will go to the Brainerd Lakes Area Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
If you want to donate silent auction items, please drop off at The Cave or call Lisa at 320-260-4339
Alzheimer’s isn’t stopping and neither are we!
August 6th, 6:30pm Meat Raffle and Silent Auction
The Cave Bar and Grill, Hillman MN
(Sponsored by Lake Sullivan Association)
LSA Lic#: 03118-0011
The Sullivan Lake summer online order is live and ready to take your orders! The link is live through midnight, Sunday, June 13th.
Garments will be completed approximately Monday, June 28th and you have the option at checkout of picking up at The Clothesline on Main Street in Pierz, or having it shipped to your home. Just make your selection at checkout.
When you are ready to complete your order, choose the yellow “Pay with PayPal” button. You can either use PayPal, or you can choose the button at the bottom to check out as a guest with a credit or debit card!
A portion of all sales will be donated back to our Lake Sullivan Association from Becker Screen Printing & Design, so help spread the word! Share with friends and family.
The catalog and ordering link is attached here:
All proceeds go to Lake Sullivan Association.
26485 370th Ave, Hillman, MN 56338
36929 MN-27, Hillman, MN 56338
Join the LSA community for an evening of fun playing Not-Your Grandma’s Bingo!
Every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
37297 168th Street, Hillman MN 56338
Swimmer’s itch is a temporary skin rash that is caused by an allergic reaction to microscopic parasites that are carried by waterfowl, semi-aquatic mammals, and snails. As a part of their life cycle, these parasites are released by infected snails into the water, where they may come in contact with swimmers and burrow into their skin.
Last summer only six members participated in the PLM Swimmers’ Itch Treatment Program and a decision was made to not offer that program again this year as it was not cost effective for PLM. However, should you be interested in treating your swimming area, individual lake home owners can apply for a permit for themselves and apply the copper sulfate themselves.The application fee is $4.00. Below is a link for the application form with instructions, as well as a list of vendors where you can purchase copper sulfate to treat your lake shore for swimmers’ itch. This treatment typically falls in the second week of July. If you have any further questions, please email Audrey Kuchinsky.
The Lake Sullivan Association provides many benefits to LSA members that improve Lake Sullivan and it’s community. Become a new member or renew your 2021 membership now! Click here to view the membership information.
Support the Lake Sullivan Association by participating in the weekly meat raffle!
Proceeds from all gaming activities are a major funding source for the Lake Sullivan Association. By participating at LSA’s gaming sites, you help provide a better Lake Sullivan an its surrounding community.
Join everyone for the LSA Meat Raffle at The Mann Cave every Friday at 6:30 p.m.
Please patronize our LSA gaming site partners – The Mann Cave, Urban Legend, and RJ’s Meats – and tell them “thank you for supporting LSA”!
May-July. The Lake Sullivan Association Ambassadors assist watercraft owners on weekends and holidays as they enter and leave the lake to ensure they don’t spread invasive species. Along with helping boaters protect our lake they collect valuable data points regarding lake traffic which are presented in charts and graphs, These reports will be updated monthly through September when the program shuts down for the season. Click on the link below to view the report.
Lake Sullivan Association has been submitting water samples and testing water clarity since 2008. Steve Pavelka, our tester, recently completed his sampling for this year and all samples have been submitted to RMB Environmental Laboratories. RMB provided the data for the following reports showing how Lake Sullivan is faring during the testing and how we compare with other Morrison County Lakes. You can explore the topic further with Primer on Lake Limnology and preparing your own reports with their Lakes Database.