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Preventing Frozen Water Lines - Residents urged to run tap to prevent frozen lines even as weather turns milder. Further information at www.huronkinloss.coom

Lake Huron eNews: Sign up for ythe latest eNews at www.lakehuron.ca

FOCA: Review the latest elerts at www.foca.on.ca

2014 Events: Check events page for upcoming dates

Upcoming Activities:: Watch for a library exchange this Summer

Memorial Benches (click to expand)

In 2014, two new benches were installed for your enjoyment. The Lighthouse bench bears the inscription "This plaque is placed in memory of past Members of the Point Clark Beach Association".

The plaque at Blue Park reads "In memory of VL (Lloyd) Clement for his dedication to the PCBA and maintaining the lifesaving and alert stations on the Point Clark Beach" Lloyd was a Member of the 109th Battalion and served in the First World War. Lloyd passed away in his 108th year as the second oldest survivor of WWI.





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Top 10 Reasons to Join the PCBA

10)       Advocacy

9)         Liaison with other beach associations & community groups to facilitate support

             on major issues concerning Huron Kinloss or partnerships in events 

8)         Membership in FOCA (Federation of Ontario Cottagers' Associations)

7)         Your liaison with Huron Kinloss Council

6)         Information sessions on topics of importance to you as a Point Clark resident/cottager

5)         Cottage patrol to ensure your cottage is safe and secure during the winter months.

4)         Social events

3)         Facilitation of Beach Cleanup

2)         Beach Directory

1)         Opportunity to make the Point Clark area a better place to live, visit, work and cottage


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