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Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbour Watch

Due to the high number of break-ins reported in the Amherstburg area, we ask that all LECC residents exercise safety measures when dealing with their homes and properties. Also, please keep your garages and vehicles locked especially during the evening. If you notice any suspicious behaviour on the beach, take note of the person's appearance and/or the license plate number of their vehicle and notify the police. As a courtesy, also inform a LECC Board member that you have contacted the police.

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LECC History

LECC

Thanks to Nanette Adams for providing this document from the Marsh Society about the history of Lake Erie Country Club.It was published in the Amherstburg Echo August 10, 1934.Lake Erie Country Club Limited celebrates its 100th anniversary on October 18, 2018.

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Early LECC

This picture of the Lake Erie Country Club area hung in Glen & Jean Grant's home (#581) for many years. It is circa 1948 and appears to be painted by M. K. Lovell. It came with the purchase of the cottage from Mrs. Chloe Lucier (AKA Diamond Lil). It depicts 2 different views of the area. The top is the entrance of LECC with the back left showing the winding road to Lucier’s cottage. You can see #581 and #587 in the painting. The bottom is a view from the lake with a huge sand beach ( pre St. Lawrence Seaway). It is now hanging in Harry & Judy Grant's Family Cottage. What a treasure. You can read about Chloe Lucier in the Documents section of the Members’ area of the website. It is quite the story.

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Breakfast at the Club

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Horseshoes

From Tim Chiesa

Hi Everyone, Horseshoes season is upon us once again. Registration and the 1st game is on Thursday June 7th @ 6.00pm. Everyone is welcome, if you don't know how to play there are plenty of people here who will be happy to show you the ropes (or shoes!!). Even if you do not want to play, come and socialize, it would be great if we had some ladies playing this year. There will be no food at the first game, but after that TC will be cooking up Brenners hot dogs and juicy burgers with all the trimmings. At the end of the season we have a BBQ and award the famous trophy. Look forward to seeing you all.

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