New Year's Day - Polar Bear Plunge!

Ring in the New Year with friends & good cheer. Join your neighbors at the Angle Lake Manor Club Beach Lot for coffee, Trader Joe’s gluten free treats, Grand Central Bakery pastries and a hot Azteca party platter.

Fabulous prizes will be raffled.
Bring food or money to help replenish the Highline Food Bank depleted by holiday demand and get a raffle ticket for your Food Bank donation, get another for wearing a costume and yet another for taking the plunge! Special Grand Prize goes to the best costume, so dress up and help assure the most fun event of the year!

Angle Lake Manor Club Beach
3419 South 194th Street
January 1st, 2022

  • 11:00 AM Gates Open, Light Refreshments Offered
  • 12:00 AM Raffle Prize Drawings and The Big Plunge after
  • 01:00 PM Conclusion
Hints and Safety Tips:
  • Dress Up in costume over your swimsuit to add whimsy
  • Come Early. Parking is limited. Carpool or come by boat.
  • Anyone with heart problems should consult your health care provider before participating. If you don't participate, you’re still welcome to join us and watch.
  • Do Not Drink. Alcohol does not warm you up. It accelerates hypothermia.
  • Do Not Stay In The Water Longer Than 15 Minutes. Body heat is lost 25 times faster in the water than in air.
  • Keep Your Outer Clothing On until swim time and remove any wet clothing before getting back into dry clothes.
  • Have Fun!

Collecting donations that benefit our local food bank, winning prizes, enjoying the company of our neighbors and having a Great Time. That’s the true Reason why we’ll be out there Freezin’!  Hope you’ll plan to join us!  For additional information, contact Tani Rae at (206) 300-5740.

The Santa Cruise That Almost Wasn't!

Two days before Santa’s planned visit, the Goulet Boyz and Fuzz spent the afternoon transforming Bruce’s pontoon boat into Santa’s Christmas Boat. The canopy was erected over the front to cover guests coming on board to meet Santa and hundreds of lights strung from aft to stern and port to starboard to light the way. After a decent day of work, the determined group finished installing all the holiday decorations before nightfall. All was set and ready to go to greet Santa on board.

Friday brought with it heavy rain, which could be a bit unpleasant for guests waiting on the docks to greet Santa, but once onboard, they’d be undercover and kept dry. Perhaps the weather would turn better the next day?  Saturday rolled around with continuing rain, and it looked certain that it was going to be a wet one, but then around one o’clock that afternoon, the clouds dissipated and sunshine filled the sky. Could this be grace bestowed upon the Angle Lake Shore Club, proving weather predictions wrong again and presenting pleasant conditions for the event? It indeed seemed that way until suddenly, near 3:30 pm, a violent squall let loose with strong winds approaching 45 mph! Within a span of about 20 minutes, the heavy winds had left the canopy in a twisted mess of canvass and metal. Several light strings were detached and strewn about the deck of the Christmas boat and onto the dock. The effort to prepare in advance of the event seemed to be all for not. It now appeared that the inclement weather had taken its toll and would force the cancelation of Santa’s Christmas Cruise. 

Phones began lighting up, inquiring if we should take the risk of continuing as planned by taking Santa around by boat to all the docks or if we should consider loading him in a van and visiting by way of land instead. Many questions needed answers, as we were closing in on less than an hour away from the first scheduled stop. 

Almost as quickly as the storm rolled in, the winds calmed, and the rains ceased. However, the canopy was confirmed to be a total loss. Santa would indeed get soaked if it started raining again, leaving him cold and wet. Regardless, the team decided that the event would go on as planned as Santa was determined to keep his scheduled rounds and not disappoint the children expecting him. Bruce said he’d take care of redecorating the boat and exceeded everyone’s expectations by pulling the display back together all by himself in time for the start of the event beginning! 

In the end, the ship glided brilliantly illuminated through the dry nighttime sky. And Santa was able to greet over 40 children around the lake, including a final visit at the Angle Lake Mobile Home Park before its scheduled closing next year. 

Thank you to Santa, the entire crew and especially Bruce and Sandy for undergoing an extra special effort to ensure priceless childhood memories were created that will last throughout their lifetime. Photos captured during the event may be viewed HERE.  

Bruce and Sandy Goulet
Principal Event Coordinators

Adopt-A-Street SeaTac registration opens Jan. 3

A new opportunity will provide individuals, local businesses and organizations a chance to beautify SeaTac by picking up littler along the streets.

SeaTac is starting its first ever Adopt-A-Street program, which will offer individuals, local businesses and organizations an opportunity to beautify SeaTac by picking up littler along the streets.

Adopting a street means that you will make a commitment to clean up litter four times per year along a street segment of your choice. We will support you with litter pickers, gloves, safety vests, garbage bags and will post a sign along the street for all to see who is doing the amazing Adopt-A-Street work.

Removing litter improves safety and the appearance of the community, and also prevents pollution from entering drainage systems and waterways.

The program opens Jan. 3 at noon. Streets will be provided on a first come first served basis. Requests need to be emailed to, requests will not be honored if sent in before the start time. 

Please include:

  • Name
  • Phone number
  • Email address
  • Street section requested

Let the Holiday Celebrations Begin!

Happy Holidays from the Office of the President!

Tonight, December 11th, Santa will be on board a pontoon boat cruising the lake and stopping at selected docks beginning at 5 pm and continue until around 8 pm. That jolly old elf will be sharing smiles, joy, and providing gift bags to the little ones! If you have the chance, drop down to the lakeshore and give him a big wave of gratitude. Check out the map below for his traffic pattern and bring the kids too! 

Tomorrow, Sunday December 12th is the annual Christmas Party. While the party is less formal this year, it will be filled with holiday joy thanks to your presence! You'll enjoy food and drinks and holiday cheer. Christmas is a time to embrace the warmth and love of family and friends and we hope that you can all make it. 

The price is free, with payment of your annual club dues: 
Only $10 for an individual or $20 for the entire family. 

Dick and I will be there and looking forward to meeting everyone who can join us! The New Year is approaching and I'm looking forward to 2022, most of all enjoying it with you. 

Below are the details of the party. Please contact Nancy via text or call (206)-465-0988 if you have any questions about the gathering! 

Holiday Party: 
Date: December 12th  Time: 2-5pm
Cost:  Dues $10 Individual / $20 Family
Location: Standridge Residence
3316 S 194th St,  Angle Lake Manor

Happy Holidays and Seasons Greetings! 

XOX Karlene 

Santa's Visit to Angle Lake! (FINAL)

Santa’s elves are busily preparing the special Christmas Pontoon Boat for Santa Claus’ return visit to Angle Lake on Saturday, December 11th.

The Shore Club has arranged the following spots around the lake where children and their families can gather to meet Santa, share their wish list and gift ideas, pose for Christmas family photos and receive a small gift bag from Santa.

2021 Saturday, December 11th

  • 5:00 pm – AL Mobile Home Park
  • 5:40 pm – Swarner Lot 4/19
  • 6:00 pm – Kremer Lot 4/09
  • 6:20 pm – Williams Post 72
  • 6:40 pm – The Reserve Post 67 
  • 7:00 pm – Gutierrez Post 54
  • 7:20 pm – Savala Post 44
  • 7:40 pm – Beesley Post 28
  • 8:00 pm - Yorozu Post 14
  • 8:20 pm – Steinke Post 3

We encourage anyone who is interested meeting with Santa to gather at one of the locations listed above. Children 14 and younger must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Click on the image below to download a copy of the Route Map.

We're Having a Party - And You're Invited!

Holiday Greetings

After a dreary year of social isolation, your Angle Lake Shore Club is pleased to announce that we are bringing back the annual Christmas Party this year, open to all adult members. 

The event will be an outdoor gathering on the spacious deck of Jonathan and Tani Rae Standridge but offering more of an ‘open house’ feel. We’ll have a covered patio in case it rains and, heat lamps will be available to warm by. And the club will provide adult and non-alcoholic refreshments and hors d’oeuvres. 

To join the party, you only have to pay your 2022 ALSC Membership Dues. 

Date: December 12th 
Time: 2-5pm 
Cost:  Dues $10 Individual / $20 Family
Location:  Standridge Residence
                 3316 S 194th St
                 Angle Lake Manor

RSVP requested by December 9th 
Text or Call to Nancy at 206-465-0988