Santa Is On His Way!

Santa Cruise and Christmas Boats
Saturday, December 14th
5:00 - 9:00 PM
While our days grow colder, things are really starting to heat up at the North Pole! Toyshop shifts are running full tilt and around the clock. And while this leaves little time for the elves to do anything else, take confidence in knowing they have everything under complete control – enough so to allow time for Santa to plan his visits to his most favorite place on earth – Angle Lake!

Santa looks forward to these special visits each year, an opportunity to meet and greet with the children around the lake. And what better way to do that than onboard a festooned pontoon boat.

Santa will be stopping by Angle Lake on Saturday, December 14th with the first visit scheduled for 5:00 PM. If there are any kids at your household who are anxious to see Santa, please plan to gather at any one of the assigned docks. Click the image below to download a copy of the map and times.

An Elegant Affair! December 7th.

The annual Angle Lake Shore Club Members Only Christmas Party is scheduled for Saturday, December 7th. If you plan to attend, purchase your tickets before Monday, November 25th to SAVE $5.00 off the regular $45 admission price.

The Christmas Party is a wonderful opportunity to dress to the nines in your finest Christmas Attire; visit with familiar neighbors and meet new members; share the fun times that were had at this past year’s club events!

Included with your price for admission is a delicious catered Buffet Style Dinner with an open bar. We’ll again announce Mr. and Mrs. Christmas Award to the person/couple who best represents Community Giving on Angle Lake. Come dressed in your best holiday outfit!

This is a private party for Angle Lake Shore Club Members Only of current standing and their invited guests. If your membership is not current, no worries, we are accepting application requests for new and renewal memberships alongside Christmas Party ticket purchases. Membership enrollment form along with party times and location detail is available by clicking HERE.

Should you have any unanswered questions or if you’d like to assist in setting up, decorating, or clean up, please contact our hostess, Nancy Erickson at (206) 465-0988. Here’s looking toward seeing you at the 2019 ALSC Christmas Party!

Angle Lake Family Resource Center Holiday of Hope

The holidays are a good time for reflection – 

Thanksgiving is a great time to give pause to be thankful for all that we have, and Christmas is a wonderful time to give and share our gifts with others in need. And now, is the perfect time of the year for our annual Holiday of Hope fundraiser to benefit our less fortunate SeaTac residents during this magical season.

Angle Lake Neighborhood Representative Patricia Morinelli won’t be organizing an evening get together for Holiday of Hope this year, but it is her hope that you will still consider making a generous donation to this great cause. Please message Patricia via facebook if you have any questions and please share this message with all your friends and neighbors! 

The following is a copy of the letter received from the Holiday of Hope organizer, Amy Lloyd Wagner:

The Resource Center has made giving even easier. You can use the following link to make an online donation to the cause:

Lutheran Community Services Northwest partners with individuals, families and communities for health, justice and hope. The LCSNW Family Support Centers are a 501(c)3 program of Lutheran Community Services Northwest.

Calling All Costumed BOOs and GOUHLs!

Get your trick or treating started right! Gather at the below lakeside scheduled locations for the community-wide Angle Lake Shore Club Spooktacular BooCruise!

Sunday, October 27th 
3:00-5:30 PM

2019 marks ALSC’s 5th annual Halloween event - the ALSC Spooktacular Boo Cruise! Modeled after the ALSC Easter Bunny Dock Hop the Spooktacular Boo Cruise is of a similar fashion, Halloween fashion that is! 
click HERE to download map

Between 3:00 – 5:30 PM the BooBoat will circle Angle Lake with Spooky treats to give trick-or-treaters! The Boo Boat will stop at scheduled locations to hand out spooky treats to those children, families, and adults who are dressed in costume! 

We’ll have our club photographer on board ready to take family photos for you or with you and our All Hallows Eve Helpers. You’ll never know who will make a special appearance on board for our Boo Cruise, so this is one event you will not want to miss! 

Drug Take Back!

Saturday, October 26 
10:00 AM—2:00 PM 
SeaTac City Hall Lobby 

The City of SeaTac Police Department and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will provide the public with an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous drugs. 
  • Controlled, non-controlled, and over the counter substances accepted 
  • Only pills and patches accepted—no liquids, needles, or sharps 
  • This program is free and anonymous—no questions asked or requests for identification 
Participants may dispose of medication in its original container or by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into a disposal box. If an original container is submitted, the individual should be encouraged to remove any identifying information from the prescription label by either removing the label or utilizing a permanent marker.

Why Consider a Drug Take Back Sage Disposal Program?
  • Safe disposal to reduce drug abuse. Prescription drug abuse is the fastest-growing drug problem in the country.  In Washington state, almost 11% of teens use medicines for non-medical reasons – a rate that’s among the highest in the nation. The abuse of medicines by teens often results in medical emergencies or fatal overdoses. Most abusers of medicines, including teens, get the drugs from a friend or relative, often without their knowledge and not from a drug dealer.  A safe medicine take-back program gets potentially dangerous leftover drugs out of our homes.
  • Safe disposal to reduce accidental poisoning. Unwanted medicines left in the home endanger our children, seniors, and pets. Poisonings from prescription and over-the-counter medicines are increasing. About half of the 37,000 phone calls to the Washington Poison Center concern young children who have been poisoned by medicines found at home. Getting rid of unwanted medicines at a take-back program is an important part of being safe at home.
  • Safe disposal to reduce medicines in the environment. Large amounts of medicines go unused or are expired and the way we dispose of them makes a difference for our waters and our environment. For years the advice was to flush our drugs or mix them with kitty litter and throw them in the garbage. Flushing drugs send them directly into our waters, harming the environment. Drugs thrown in the garbage are available for others to take and use and can still get into the environment. Returning medicines to a take-back program is the only environmentally sound method for disposing of unused medicines.