C.C.C.O.A. Violation Committee Activated

CCCOA Board of Directors has appointed members to the newly formed Violation Committee. The people that are on the committee are as follows. Steve Earley- V.P., Ward 8 Rep., and Committee Chairperson; Randy Nesbit-Ward 9 Rep; Stacey Dexter-Priebe, and Richard Wilson. Effective immediately, the "Violation Committee" is active and ready to serve. They will address your concerns about any violations of the CCCOA By-Laws and/or our Rules and Regulations that govern our community. I, as Chairperson, would like to encourage all CCCOA members to revisit these to get familiar with them again. Remember that the CCCOA Member is also responsible [...] Read More

C.C.C.O.A. 2021 Commemorative Flag Program

The CCCOA Board and membership would like to thank the following families who purchased flags in honor or memory of loved ones to fly above the Camp during the summer of 2021. This is a new Commemorative Flag Program of the Beautification Committee. Following are the locations: Military Road Entrance= Betty Nagel-Cribbins in memory of her father, Rudolph Nagel, Jr., a WWII marine who served in Iwo Jima and Guam and who purchased her cottage in 1946 (American flag) Veterans Park= Dave and Teresa Bittell, Cleo E. Bittell, John Bittell. Donald E Rumrill & Harry Northrup purchasing  (American flag) Memorial [...] Read More

C.C.C.O.A. Annual Membership Meeting

This Year the Annual Meeting will be on August 14, 2021. The meeting will start at 9:00 A.M. It will be held at Park 27 under the Pavilion (pictured above). Park 27 is next to the new Lyon Township Fire Department.  There is limited seating under the Pavilion, so we ask that you bring a lawn chair along with you to the meeting.   

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CCCOA Summer Activities

A Card Making Class will be offered this Summer. Cost of class is $2.00 per card (includes all supplies) Classes usually complete 2 cards. Interested participants should contact  Teresa Bittle @ (989) 627-2345 For those interested in Beach Yoga again this year, Please contact Laurie Rombach at (989) 430-0364. CCCOA is NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURY OR ACCIDENTS Read More

April 10, 2021 Board Meeting

There will be an In-person meeting of the CCCOA board on Saturday April 10, 2021. It will be held at the AmVet’s Lodge (on the Lake) and it will start at 9:00 A.M. The meeting will also be on ZOOM. If you are interested in participating on ZOOM, Please contact Betty Nagle-Cribbins at secretary@campcurnalia.org. All members of CCCOA are welcome to attend. Please be informed that CDC guidelines will be followed. Please bring a mask and expect to wear it. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Revision to CCCOA Rule 8.1 Leashed and Restrained

8.1  All dogs while on the CCCOA property and /or traveling to and from the owner’s watercraft must be on a leash and /or restrained from roaming by a chain or cable. Any victim of a dog injury may report the injury to law enforcement or animal control. When the victim has a government issued report, the victim or the victim’s guardian, may report the incident to the Violations Committee. The Violations Committee will follow Rule 11.1.  The Violations Committee may find an owner of the dog guilty or not guilty. If found guilty, the Violations Committee can only order […]

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February 6, 2021 Board Meeting

There will be an In-person meeting of the CCCOA board on Saturday February 6, 2021. It will be held at the AmVet’s Lodge (on the Lake) and it will start at 9:00 A.M. All members of CCCOA are welcome ty attend. Please be informed that CDC guidelines will be followed. Please bring a mask and expect to wear it. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Building Moratorium

At a Special Board of Director meeting, on November 7, 2020, a motion was introduced to put a moratorium on any Land Use Permits for building on the lake front and/or areas “over the hill”. The purpose of this moratorium was for the Board to investigate and set parameters to see CCCOA into the future. It will also provide guideline to the Land Use Committee for future construction. A roll call vote was unanimous.

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