Our next ALM meeting will be the National Night Out Against Crime Potluck at 6 pm on Tuesday, August 7 at the Angle Lake Manor Park.

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Volunteers for the Back to School Resource Fair Still Needed!

August 14 is the day we still need the most volunteers!
The warehouse is approximately 10 minutes from Angle Lake.
The more hands we have, the less time it will take!
Location: Warehouse is at 20413 59th Place S., Kent, WA 98032, (SE Corner of Bldg., park to the south of the warehouse)
There is no identifying name sign on the warehouse that we know of at this point.

Saturday, August 11: Set up for Backpack Fill, 9 am-2 pm, 5-10 people needed.
Still need 4-5 people, especially if you are able lift some large, heavy boxes off of pallets.
Bring water and snacks for yourself. Wear light comfortable clothing and tennis shoes.

Tuesday, August 14: Backpack Fill, 10:45 am - 2 pm (Orientation at 11 am). 40 people needed.
Bring water and snacks for yourself. Wear light comfortable clothing and tennis shoes.

Thursday, August 16: EVENT DAY at Valley Ridge Park, 4644 S 188th St, SeaTac, WA 98188
9:30 am-2 pm  Check in at Registration Table for assignments and orientation. (Event is from 10 am-2 pm.)
20 people needed for Registration, 30 people needed for Backpack Distribution.
Wear light, comfortable, non-revealing clothing and tennis shoes. Sunscreen and sunglasses also recommended.
Bring water and snacks for yourself. Hot dogs and fixings will be provided by the Rotary Club as well for all attendees.

If you can volunteer for any of these dates, please email Amy Lloyd Wagner at the Angle Lake Family Resource Center, alloydwagner@lcsnw.org and please copy me at p.morinelli@pipeline.com.

Thank you for all of your support,
Patricia Morinelli, Community Member, BTSRF Coalition
Questions? 206-241-4650 (home), 206-914-0012 (cell)

The Angle Lake Family Resource Center (serving south King County since 2007) is part of the overarching Refugees Northwest program -- a family of services for refugees, immigrants and asylum seekers of all ages living in the Seattle area. By helping connect residents with organizations that provide transportation, housing & food assistance, clothing, nutrition & fitness education, language classes, computer training and many other family services, the FRC helps provide families and adults with the tools they need to be successful.
Through community connections, the FRC helps build cohesive relationships between community organizations and families through partnerships. Individuals, children, and families learn and grow with this support, connecting and building friendships to help create a sense of community. Please explore their website to learn more about the resources they provide and how you can help.

What is the difference between the Angle Lake Manor (ALM) and the Angle Lake Shore Club (ALSC)?

Angle Lake Manor (ALM)

The ALM is a Homeowners Association of the 123 homes that share ownership of the private Angle Lake Manor Beach Lot. Meetings generally revolve around the use and maintenance of the beach lot and four major events sponsored by the ALM (4th of July Kiddies Parade, National Night Out Against Crime Potluck, ALM Holiday Party and an annual neighborhood yard sale).

ALM dues are $40 a year and support maintenance of the beach lot and organization. Keys to the beach lot are available to all paid members. Monthly meetings are usually on the 2nd Thursday of the month are open to all ALM homeowners or tenants. Flyers delivered door to door are the primary mode of communication. Please make sure we have your email address so we can transition to emailing announcements and newsletters. And of course you can also get more information right here on our website. Questions can be directed to the President & self appointed Queen of the ALM, Tani Rae Standridge at (206) 300-5740. Most ALM members also belong to the ALSC.

Angle Lake Shore Club (ALSC)

The ALSC is a social organization for lake and non lake dwellers alike. Their mission as stated in their newsletter is "to provide unique events (common interest) year round for the residents living on and around the shores of Angle Lake in an effort to build a stronger community." The ALSC welcomes new neighbors with a packet of information and discounts.

If you are new or know someone who is, please call Marge Murtha at (206) 557-4641. The ALSC helps neighbors stay informed about local concerns and connect through activities highlighted on the ALSC Blog and emailed newsletters. More information can be found on the ALSC blog.

ALSC dues are $20 per household or $10 for individuals. To join, please download and fill out this form. Membership gives you access to year-round ALSC planned activities like the Polar Bear Plunge, Easter Bunny Dock Hop, Fishing Derby, Independence Day Fireworks, Run, Swim & Boat Races, Clean Sweep, Tasty Tapas, Boo Cruise, Santa Christmas Cruise, and the Holiday Party. Some of these events have a cost.

Angle Lake Manor is a unique community located on the north side of Angle Lake, in SeaTac, Washington. Each household has an equal and undivided interest in the Community Beach Lot on South 194th Street. The community beach lot provides private access to Angle Lake, restrooms, and a floating dock in the swimming area.

Angle Lake is an "L" shaped natural lake, approximately 100 acres in size, and up to 50 feet deep in places. It is among the cleanest lakes in all of King County. Fishing (Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass, Black Crappie, Yellow Perch & Kokanee) is permitted year round, and the lake is home to resident bald eagles, herons, ducks and other wildlife.

This community website can be a useful resource for our residents, and a living source for information and news. Please explore the website, and take advantage of the many resources available here. To obtain keys to the beach lot and pay your dues, please call our Treasurer, Bob Simmons at (360) 747-3773 or email him at almcc.treasurer@gmail.com.

The King County lake data crew has a nice set of plots of the data we submit on our lake and the same for the other lakes in the program. Here is a link so you can compare recent years from the plots or from the data. Click here

This is a community website. Residents are encouraged to submit their ideas, and content for publication. Simply send your articles, letters, digital photos or questions to any club officer . . . . right here on the website.