Monday, June 5, 2023

Summer Announcements (Including Annual Meeting Details)

Now that summer is underway, listed here are a few important things taking place on the lake. We hope that you and your families are able to take part in some of these activities and enjoy the summer on the water.

The Annual Meeting of the Long Lake Area Association (Hubbard County), Inc., will be on Saturday June 24 at the Hubbard Community Center (12141 County 6). Come visit with our guest speaker and your neighbors at 9:30 am for refreshments, conversation, and registration.

At 10:00 am, the business meeting will begin with a presentation by Wade Massure, the Park Rapids Area Fisheries Supervisor. He’s been with the Park Rapids Fisheries since February, 2022 and was previously the Statewide Stream Fisheries Biologist for the state of Kentucky. His interest in travel and working with different fish species across the US led him to work in Iowa, Utah, Colorado, Washington and Arizona. Check out the new LLAA “Fisheries Management Information” page on our website: to learn more about DNR fish management plans for Long Lake.

After Wade’s presentation, we will hold the election for neighborhood representatives of the Board of Directors as well as alternates and one at large representative. This year’s neighborhoods are 2, 4 and 6. If you or someone you know is interested in serving on the board, please send us an email at If you're not sure what the neighborhood boundaries are or are not sure which neighborhood you live in, click on the Neighborhoods tab in the page tabs above to see a map. The Long Lake Association Board meets on Zoom 4 times a year and in-person at the annual meeting. This position typically requires a time commitment of 10 to 12 hours a year.  

The LLAA annual meeting is open to the public. You do not need to be a member to attend. Bring your friends and learn more about Long Lake.

4th of July Flotilla
Start making plans to decorate your boat or pontoon for our Annual 4th of July Flotilla! This year’s flotilla will be held on Tuesday, July 4th, at 4:00 pm, and is a very popular 4th of July event for many of our boaters and spectators on Long Lake!

We will gather at the New Frontier Resort on the West side of the lake at 3:50 pm. Follow the North or South Leaders as they lead off at 4:00 pm. If there is inclement weather (high winds, rain, thunderstorms) at 3:00 pm on that day, the Flotilla will be cancelled. Participants agree to allow boats to be photographed and published on the website. Provide your photos to

LLAA Foundation Fundraising Progress
Our 2022-2023 LLAA Foundation Fundraiser is coming to an end and we are very close to reaching our goal of $25,000. As of May 19 the total raised is $23,483. We are just $1,515 short of our goal! The Foundation fundraiser runs the fiscal year from July 1, 2022 -June 30, 2023.

This year the LLAA Foundation has contributed $25,000 to the 2023 Hubbard County AIS Program. This supplemental funding provides 1,000 additional hours of public access watercraft inspection/education activities at our south and north public accesses.

The Long Lake community has been so generous in helping to support the Foundation and their fundraising goals in the past, please consider making a donation to help us reach our goal before June 30, 2023.

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