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WLHA’s 2016 Spring Meeting will be held at Akron General Health & Wellness Center North, located on Allen Road on Sunday, April 17th at 1PM.
All residents are welcome to attend, and you can pay for your membership on site if you haven’t done so already.
We’ll be covering association business from 1:00 to 2:30, then members can reserve pavilion dates.
This will be the first opportunity for paid members to make pavilion reservations, so come prepared with your event dates.
After the meeting, Akron General has invited all meeting attendees to stick around from 2:30—5:00 for a free Wyoga Lake Family Fun day, with use of some of the swim and gym facilities. This is a great opportunity to see what Akron General has to offer.
On Saturday, April 30th all Wyoga Lake families are invited to pitch in and work together to clean up and prepare the park for the busy season ahead. Bring
your rake, garden gloves, etc. There will be music, fun and plenty of work to do!
Clean up will start at 10am and end at 4pm. Come whenever you can and leave when you have to. Coffee, donuts, hot dogs, snacks and water will be served to all helpers.
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Wyoga Lake Estates was established in the 1960s by Wyoga Park Inc., replacing the family recreation area previously located here with residential housing. In 1968 the Homeowners Association was formed to act as a social organization and to provide a unified means for residents to voice opinions in matters that might impact the community.