Loon and Salmon Club Members 2019

Published: May 7, 2019

By Cold Stream Pond Camp Owners' Association

Special thanks to all of you who make an extra donation to help support CSCOA efforts to keep Cold Stream Pond clean and beautiful!

Loon Club

  • Norma Bishop
  • David and Lori Ann Borja
  • Joe and Jane Brann
  • Bill and Sue Brown
  • Clarke Family Camp Trust
  • Pat Cummings and Doug Marchio
  • Joe and Suzanne Cyr
  • Jim and Laurie Fenwood
  • Kirk and Jessica Fogg
  • Tim and Kathy Folster
  • Goode Family Trust in Memory of Jane Goode
  • John Gaetani and Anne Hall
  • Anthony and Patrick Gaetani
  • Cynthia Gray Cobb
  • Calista and Earle Hannigan-Wiberg
  • Kann and House
  • Marco and Jean L’Italien
  • John and Carla Lafayette
  • Jeff and Tammy Mills
  • Tom and Gayle Quirk
  • John and Pat Shedd
  • Peter and Lynne Spooner
  • Ben and Peggy Smith
  • Donna and George Thomas
  • Ted and Beth Thomas
  • Brenda Thorton
  • Weymouth Pines Limited
  • James and Carrie Whitney
  • Clifford and Suzie Winter 

Salmon Club

  • David and Lori Ann Borja
  • Keith and Shelly Bourgoin
  • Edward and Faye Brown
  • Suzanne and Joe Cyr
  • Calista and Earle Hannigan-Wiberg
  • Kennith and Carolyn Gardiner
  • Kann and House
  • Derek and Nicole Madden
  • Peter and Lynn Spooner
  • Brenda Thornton
  • Peter and Deborah Dubay
  • Vicki and Shawn Wilcox

Annual Meeting-- Join us at the Grange Hall

Published: May 5, 2019

By Cold Stream Camp Owners' Association

The Cold Stream Camp Owners’ Association Annual Meeting of the Membership will be held on July 27, 2019. This year, the meeting will be located at the Ammadamast Grange Hall in Enfield. We will have a pot luck breakfast at 8:00, followed by a presentation by Matt Scott, retired biologist for the State of Maine and general meeting. Matt has studied and monitored lakes in Maine (including Cold Stream Pond) for over 40 years. Please bring a breakfast item to share, or if you get up too late, come anyway! There is always plenty to eat! This is a great time to catch up with neighbors, learn a bit about what CSCOA is doing to protect lake water quality, enjoy a presentation from an expert on Maine lakes and vote on items needing decisions. We will have a raffle and silent auction during the meeting. We hope that the road associations’ reps, who are very important to the lake, will attend. Members and non-members are welcome!

Food Sale -- This Year at Morgan's Beach Pavilion

Published: May 5, 2019

By Cold Stream Camp Owners' Association

The Bake/Food Sale is scheduled for Saturday, June 29, 2019. It will be held at Morgan’s Beach from 8:00-11:00 am. It is so important for our members to support this with donations of pies, cakes, cookies, home-made jams/jellies, sauces, or home-cooked dishes. This event helps CSCOA do the important work of protecting the lake and connecting us with our neighbors and Cold Stream Pond friends. Donations can be dropped off any time after 7:00 am the day of the sale. Cold Stream Pond clothing, totes, and afghans will be for sale. Please come by, renew your membership, shop, and share some treats.

Boat Parade-- Online Registration Now Available for "Anything Disney"

Published: May 5, 2019

By Anne Hall

Cold Stream Campowners' Association

 

5th Annual Boat Parade

Cold Stream Pond

 

Saturday, July 6, 2019

Meet at Webb Cove 12:45

Parade Convoy Begins at 1pm

 

We will distribute registration numbers prior to the parade or at time of lining up.

 

Click Here to Register

  1. Registering as a participant in the 2019 Cold Stream Camp Owners' Association Independence Day Boat Parade, you agree to be photographed. Photos may be used on our website and other social media outlets.

 

2019 Theme: Anything Disney

 

Put your registration number on your boat where your fellow boaters and the judges can easily spot your number. Remember to get close enough to shore (safely) so that people can see you. If they can't see your number, they cannot vote for you.

 

Parade Route: The parade will begin at Webb Cove and will continue along the shoreline, past the Enfield Boat ramp, around Morgan's Beach and will end at Gray's Beach.

 

Place: All boats will meet at Webb Cove by 12:45pm. The lead boat will be John Gaetani, Boat #1. Please form a single line behind the lead boat (you do NOT need to be in numerical order). Please stay in single file or the judges may not be able to see you. The parade convoy will begin at 1:00pm.

 

Judges: Judges will be placed strategically along the parade route, so you must complete the entire route to be judged.

 

In the event of severe weather, this event will be cancelled with no rain date. Please list a

contact number so we can send an update or see our website for updates.

 

 

Prizes: We will announce the winners shortly after the parade at the Ice Cream Social at Gray’s Beach. 1st Place $50, 2nd Place $40, 3rd Place $25

 

Safe Boating: All boating rules and laws apply to this event. As Captain, you are responsible for your boat, your crew and your guests. Make sure you have enough fuel for your boat and all required safety gear. Please be considerate of other boats in the parade by keeping consistent boat speed and keep at least three boat lengths between boats. Do not, under any circumstance, throw anything from your boat.

 

What if: In case your boat becomes disabled, please pull over and either anchor or dock as available. If you can remedy the problem, feel free to re-join the parade as the opportunity presents.

 

Questions? Call Anne Hall at 207-745-9317 or email amhjeg@roadrunner.com

Bass Derby

Published: May 5, 2019

By Cold Stream Camp Owners' Association

DATE: June 29th 2019

TIME: 6:00am – 2:00pm

 

LOCATION:

Old Hatchery Road, Enfield, Maine boat launch on Cold Stream Pond

 

ENTRY FEE PER BOAT:

$25.00 per boat OR $5.00 per child under 12 years old

PAYMENT TO BE PAID TO: CSCOA 109 Abbott Drive, Enfield, ME 04493

ONE WINNER PER BOAT

 

PRIZES FOR TOTAL WEIGHT CAUGHT PER BOAT:

1ST. place $150.00 – 2nd place $100.00 – 3rd. place $50.00

 

PRIZES FOR 12 YEARS OLD AND UNDER WITH LARGEST WEIGHT:

1ST Place- Fishing Pole – Life Jacket and Tackle Box

2nd Place -Fishing Pole and Tackle Box

3rd Place -Fishing Pole

 

REGISTRATION:

Go to wwwcoldstreampond.com or sign up day of the derby at the boat launch

 

RULES:

Prizes are for small mouth bass fish only caught during derby hours.

Maine State fishing rules apply.

Boats must be registered and follow Maine boating laws.

Must show good sportsmanship.

Respect camp owners’ shorelines.

Boats and trailers must be free of any invasive plants.

All participants must be at weigh station no later than 2:00pm to qualify.

Winners will be selected by the judges for total weight caught per boat.

All judges’ decisions are final.

 

Register Here

Enfield Camp Roads Report

Published: May 3, 2019

By Tom Quirk

A tough winter followed by rain this spring has caused havoc with our roads. We need a break in the weather to be able to grade them. A rusty culvert which collapses can block road access for you and your neighbors.This summer we plan to replace as many rusted metal culverts as possible We also will be taking a look at our ditches that are running into our lake.

Do you know who the road contact person is for your camp road?  If you don’t, maybe it should be you. Each road in around the lake Enfield should have a road contract person. Reach out to me if you are interested. I plan on having Enfield’s annual road meeting on Wednesday July 17th at the Enfield Town office at 6pm.

Darold Wooley-- 15 Years of Commitment

Published: May 3, 2019

By Tom Quirk

Since 2004, Darold Wooley has dedicated his time to the Cold Stream Camp Owners' Association. As a member of the Board of Directors and then as Vice President, Darold has used his expertise in water quality to benefit the lake. At the recent Board meeting, Darold announced that he will be stepping down. Thanks Darold, for all your contributions.

New Enfield Rock Rake Policy

Published: May 3, 2019

By Cold Stream Camp Owners' Association

Enfield Rock Rake Policy

The Town of Enfield's new policy for use of the rock rake is that a permission form must be signed before use. The form is available at the Enfield Town Office Monday through Thursday 7am to 5pm. The rake is only available to qualified Enfield land owners for Enfield roads. We are fortunate that the Town still lets Enfield people borrow the rock rake. Let's be careful when towing and using the rake.

 

Lower Web Cove Road Report

Published: May 3, 2019

By Brian Libby

The Lower Webb Cove Road Association goes from the Lowell town line to Warp Drive a little over a mile. Our 22 families maintain that section of road by our annual dues. Our challenge is the amount of traffic that uses our section of road without us getting any revenue. There are two other road associations and the whole back side of the lake which includes Enfield and Lowell residents. Another challenge we have is the Enfield residents putting their trash at top of our road overnight uncovered, then we have to clean up the mess. As far as a Road meeting date we generally have it in September after the fly-in over to Greenville. We are very fortunate that the Gardner companies allow me to use their rock rake whenever available

New Septic System Law

Published: May 3, 2019

By Cold Stream Camp Owners' Association

Governor Mills has signed into law H.P. 179 - L.D. 216 An Act To Protect Water Quality by Standardizing the Law Concerning Septic Inspection in the Shoreland Zone. Effective January 1, 2020, septic systems in the shoreland zone around lakes must be inspected prior to sale of the property and repaired or replaced if found to be malfunctioning. This is a great step forward towards protecting water quality in Maine Lakes. While most septic systems around Cold Stream Pond meet modern standards, there are still a few old systems that have the potential to pollute our lake. This law will require that they be brought up to code before lakefront property can be transferred to a new owner.

Enfield Spring Clean-up

Published: April 25, 2019

By Cold Stream Camp Owners' Association

Take a walk on the wild side and help keep Enfield beautiful. The Town of Enfield is willing to donate two trash bags per resident to help clean up winter trash left behind. This is limited to the first twenty residents. Enfield Town Office hours are Monday through Thursday 7am to 5pm.