The ALSC Newsletter is Here!

We're pleased to announce the Summer Edition of the Angle Lake Shore Club Newsletter is now available online!

Inside you'll find
  • A letter from the President to our members
  • An update from our Welcome Committee
  • A recap of all the 4th of July activities
  • A report on volunteers taking the deep dive into cleaning the lake
  • ... and more!
You can access the newsletter via the following link: 

Shout out to Donna Bennett for her part (part project manager; part copy editor; part publisher; mainly cat-herder!) and her effort in producing this newsletter. Thank you Donna!

Topless Party on Angle Lake?

no, No, NO! 
It's going to be a Tapas Party this weekend hosted by the Angle Lake Shore Club! Considered by many of our members to be the club's most popular event of the year! 

The Tasty Tapas Float Around is a 'progressive dinner party' in Angle Lake Style. This evening consists of four individually themed groups in various costumes traveling by way of pontoon boats to visit four unique hors d'oeuvres stations offering worldly-inspired tapas (or appetizers) and perfectly paired libations. When all stations have been seen, the four groups will collect to descend upon a fifth and final dessert station to complete the evening!   

If you have not yet signed up for the Tasty Tapas Float Around, our late summer lakeside main event, you must act now to reserve a spot. Otherwise, you may very well miss the boat, as seats are starting to fill quickly! The fun begins this Saturday, August 19th at 4 PM SHARP and runs until 8:00 PM. Open to ALSC Members Only and their invited guests. The cost to attend is just $30 per person.

Coincidently, we will offer the latest design T-Shirts for purchase to help ensure no one ends up topless! One shirt is $20, and two shirts are $30. This offer is limited to stock on hand.  

Attention Maui Fire Collection Volunteers and Donors

We are overwhelmed by the tremendous response to our Maui Fire Collection efforts! Over 50,000 pounds of material goods have been received, and we are grateful for the generosity of our community.

Collections will now be cut off early at 8:00 AM on Monday, August 14th. We now have enough volunteers who are committed to helping load the arriving semi for delivery to Commodity Forwarders, Inc.

Thank you again for your support! Your donations will help make a difference for those affected by the recent fires.

Please note:
  • We are only accepting donations up until 8 AM Monday, August 14th.
  • Donations of food, water, and other essential supplies are still needed and can be supported through monetary donations to: 
Together, we can help the Maui community recover from these devastating fires. 

Thank you for being so supportive!

Maui Fires: Please Donate to Help Those Affected

The recent wildfires on the island of Maui have been devastating. Thousands of people have been displaced from their homes, and many have lost everything. The recovery effort will be long and difficult, but it is important to remember that the people of Maui are resilient. With your help, we can rebuild their communities and help them get back on their feet.

The May Family of Angle Lake are organizing an effort to collect gently used items for air shipment to assist in the Maui Fires recovery effort. Donations can be dropped off at Post #65, 4317 So. 188th Street. The front gate will remain open from 6:00 AM until 5:00 PM each day, until Tuesday, August 15th.

Sought After Items: Amazon Wishlist

  • Since they have no power - solar powered items such as charges and lights. 
  • Since they have no place to go - camping gear (tents, blankets, ect.) hammocks, pillows, ect. 
  • Since they left everything behind - clothes, shoes, toothbrushes, hairbrushes, body wipes, ect. for all ages 
  • For babies - diapers, clothes, swaddles, bottles, formula, ect.
  • With no running water they also need filter straws, water bottles, ect.
  • Any nonperishable food and supplements 
  • Card and board games are also suggested as it will give people a welcomed distraction in the midst of chaos 

Volunteer Labor will also be needed for preparation of the first shipment scheduled to leave Tuesday night from Commodity Forwarders, Inc. to fly to Maui. If you are available to help, please arrive at the above address before 5PM to join a caravan to the CFI facilities to palletize donations for flight.

Looking for other ways to help?

  • Donate to the Hawaii Community Foundation's Maui Strong Fund. This fund is a great way to ensure that your donation is used to help those who need it most. The Hawaii Community Foundation is a trusted organization with a long history of providing disaster relief. You can donate to the Maui Strong Fund online at
  • Donate to the American Red Cross. The Red Cross is also on the ground in Maui providing disaster relief. You can donate to the Red Cross online at or by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS.
  • Spread the word. Share information about the Maui Fires and the recovery effort on social media and with your friends and family. The more people who know about the need for help, the more donations we can raise.

No matter how you choose to donate, your gift will make a difference. Thank you for your support of the Maui Fires recovery effort. Together we can make a difference! 

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