Fish Pics and Bunny Clicks!

Images from our past two events, the Bunny Dock Hop and our Fishing Derby, are available for viewing at the following locations:

Fishing Derby, Community Barbecue and Raffle

Look for the upcoming Summer Newsletter for recap detail for each event!


The 2023 Angle Lake Community BBQ and Fishing Event is upon us. Get your fishing gear and license and join us. Come rain or shine we will be cooking and fishing!

At this popular, family friendly event you can meet your neighbors, win fabulous prizes and have a tasty lunch. Fishing is not required however, purchasing Raffle Tickets is required to attend. Raffle tickets can be purchased at the event.

Fishing Derby Details
  • Date: 6 May (Saturday)
  • Location: Yoker Family Property
  • 3747 S. 188th St (Post #68) NOTE: Limited parking for cars. You may need to walk a block or two. (try parking at Tyee High School or Chinook Middle School)
Fishing License Information
  • Dept of Fish and Wildlife (web site) (or)
  • Call: 866-246-9453 (for general information) (or)
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods (Tukwila)
Events Schedule (All Times Approximate)
  • 7:00 AM - Coffee and Donuts till they run out
  • 11:30 AM - Lunch is Served (Salmon/Burgers/Dogs/etc)
  • One Raffle Ticket Required for Lunch ($5.00)
  • 11:00 - 12:00 - Length Measurements of Fish. Boats have to be docked and all participants must be in line to be measured by the 12:00 cutoff.
  • 12:15 - Welcome / Announcements by ALSC President John Bennett
  • 12:30 - Awards & Prizes Presented by John Bennett for Fishing Winners
  • 12:45 - Raffle for Fabulous Prizes Starts


  • Cost: $5 ea / 3 for $10 / 10 for $20
  • One Raffle Ticket Required for Lunch
  • Tickets will be available for purchase at the Derby
  • To purchase tickets without coming to the Derby call Jonathan Standridge at 206-693-1710. He will come to your home and sell you tickets!

Please be generous with your Raffle Ticket purchase. All proceeds go to sponsor this event, any additional funds are applied to our other free community events.

Easter Bunny Dock Hop - Saturday, April 8th

Angle Lake Shore Club Bunny Dock Hop is Saturday, April 8th - starting at 1:00 pm.

So kids, get your Easter baskets out and listen and watch for the boat coming your way.  It’s a red 16’ pontoon boat skippered by a large fuzzy bunny, and she has plenty of goodies to fill your baskets.

Watch for the RED PONTOON BOAT circling "clockwise" from Jones Beach at Post 40. Ester the Easter Bunny will be looking for boys and girls on their docks, waiving to request an on-demand visit and receive a treat bag in return! If you live off the lake, you can still gather on the Public Boat Dock at Angle Lake Park as Ester will definitely be making a stop there.  

If you have questions or want to request a reserved stop at your dock - please message Tani Rae Gloria Standridge.

2023 Spring Newsletter is Here!

Back on March 16th, the Shore Club completed the task of emailing out the 2023 Spring Newsletter. Click the link to view the latest edition.

Suppose you are a member in active membership status or a recently expired member, AND we have your current email address on file. In that case, you should have received a copy of the publication in your inbox already.

If you have not received a copy, then one of the following might apply to you; if so, please get in touch with Robyn Todd for assistance:

  • I am a current member but have not been receiving any Shore Club E-Mailings
  • I am a current member who has changed their email address
  • I am no longer current but would like to reinstate my membership

If you live within our Angle Lake boundaries and would like to consider becoming a member of the Shore Club, please contact our Welcoming Committee ( ) to schedule a visit and receive more information about Club Membership benefits including a packet of valuable discounts available from local area businesses.

NOTE: The club relies heavily on electronic communications with our members. Please ensure your contact information is correct and your membership is active to ensure you receive all messages.

April Fools!

April 1st. A time of year that I would typically write some ridiculous story to try to fool and/or entertain you (or me!)  This year I’ve decided not to write an April Fools post but instead have requested my upcoming replacement, Bard, to develop one instead.

It was a beautiful day at Angle Lake. The sun shone, the birds sang, and the water was crystal-clear blue. A group of friends enjoyed a picnic on the shore when they noticed something strange. The water was starting to bubble and churn.

"What's going on?" one of them asked.

"I don't know," another replied. "But it looks like something is coming up from the bottom."

As they watched, a giant creature emerged from the water. It was a Loch Ness Monster-type creature with a long neck and a humped back.

The friends were scared, but the creature just smiled at them.

"April Fools!" it said. "I'm just kidding. I'm not really a monster."

The friends laughed and were relieved.

"But what are you doing here?" one of them asked.

"I'm just taking a vacation," the creature replied. "I've been working hard all year, and I thought I deserved a break."

The friends chatted with the creature for a while longer, and then it said goodbye and swam back into the lake.

The friends never saw the creature again but never forgot its April Fool's prank.

Introducing Bard.

Bard is an experimental Google chatbot that the LaMDA large language model powers. It's a generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) that accepts prompts and performs text-based tasks like providing answers and summaries and creating various forms of content, including Blog Posts. 

In the coming weeks, I have been asked by our Board Leadership Team to continue to collaborate with and train Bard in preparation to turn over my current ALSC Blog responsibilities to him… her… them… it? After which, I will officially resign from the board.

If you’d like to experiment with the application yourself - you’ll find Bard at: