Winter on the Lakes has its Rewards
Brad Andrew did an overnight camping trip up on Sucker Lake and caught this beauty. Moral of the story: winter is not just a time to pine for summer - it's also an opportunity for adventures.
Dreaming of Catchacoma
Thanks to Rob B. for contributing this photo. Do you have a dock photo to share? Send along to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pass it on - we're seeking a new manager
MARINA GENERAL MANAGER
Catchacoma Marina, located in the beautiful Kawartha Highlands 45 minutes north of Peterborough, Ontario, is seeking an entrepreneurial, highly motivated individual to manage the day-to-day operation of the marina (revenue above $500k annually), and to supervise staff including a marine mechanic and seasonal employees. Year-round on-site living accommodation is provided and preferred. The successful candidate will be competitively compensated including a bonus tied to the financial and community-related objectives of this important hub on Catchacoma Lake. This position reports to an elected Board of Directors.
Necessary qualifications and experience include:
All the best, Steve
After providing three seasons of great service at Catchacoma Marina our manager, Steve Thornton, has decided to move on to pursue other interests with his family.
We wish to thank Steve for his contribution to the marina and wish him every success in the future.
Catchacoma Group Board of Directors
The Buoys Are Out
A big thanks to the Buoy Boys Steve Scott, Rick Mackie, Bryon Meier and Jason Card for venturing out on a chilly October morning to remove the buoys on Catchacoma Lake.
And thanks to Catchacoma Cottagers Association and their members for providing the buoys.
Please note that if you have yet to pay for your 2019 membership it is not too late. Send Christina Natale an email if you're not sure you're paid up for this year.. You can make your annual donation online at www.catchacomalake.com/shop. $30 is a small price to pay for all the services provided by the CCA, especially considering the many, many volunteer hours that many members contribute.
A Cool Catchacoma Perspective
Photo cred: Dave Curtis
Can you eat it with a goat?
Closed for the season.
See you in the spring.