“McGregor Bay is a secret that only a favoured few know. lt is the password to the hearts of those who love it - and all who know it, love it - and a symbol for many memorable emotions. To the stranger, the name is an empty sound, meaning nothing, But to those who have heard its mournful loons on a moonlight night, to those who have smelled the freshness of its misty daybreaks, and to those who have known the glory of its evening stars, the name is a dear one to be remembered forever. Its’ charm never leaves the heart and a desire to return again and again haunts one. McGregor Bay is a forgotten magical spot on the Ontario map.”

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May 2019

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MBA 2019 Newsletter, Calendar, Membership Form online

Welcome to Spring McGregor Bay Association!

The ice could be gone in as little as a week, the Ice Breaker has been in, shipping has started. There is still ice in Birch Island Bay.

While we wait to get back on the water, enjoy the 2019 Newsletter, Calendar and Membership Form now updated on our Website

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McGregor Bay Association 2019 Membership form

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Posted by Lyn Starke on April 29, 2019 at 2:49pm

Fire Pumps

I recently requested that Stillwater Marina place all of the tested fire pumps and gas cans in the fire pumps stations by May 15, 2019. As previously stated, EVERYONE should know where the nearest fire pump station is located and we should all have a list of people (not just me but neighbors and friends) to call for help if a fire should start. ALL fires should be reported to MNR&F at 310-FIRE (3473). When you call MNR&F, you should provide them with as much detail as possible, such as the location of the fire (GPS and/or Grid Map numbers), the type of fire (forest or structure), if there are structures involved or nearby, approximately how long has the fire been burning, do you know the cause, etc.. Again, we were very lucky last year in that we only had one fire, may not be so lucky this year. I would also encourage the testing of any privately owned fire pump systems at he beginning of each season and at least once during the season. If you do not have your own system, please consider purchasing one (we have one and I know that many due) or consider sharing the cost of a system with a neighbor. THANK YOU.

Posted by Weichmann, Mike & Terry on March 17, 2019 at 7:00am



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