Come for a visit, we are easy to find
Working together and playing safely
The Steenburg Lake Community Association has purchased and makes available an Automated External Defibrillator that can be used in the event of an emergency.
Always remember to immediately call 911 in the event of an emergency.
When out on the lake, always obey the rules and respect your neighbours. It isn’t only about courtesy, it’s often the law.
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|Memories of Bass Lake chapter 20-21||Richard McCarthy||Fall 2015|
|Memories of Bass Lake chapter 14-19||Richard McCarthy||Spring 2015|
|Memories of Bass Lake chapter 10-13||Richard McCarthy||Fall 2014|
|Memories of Bass Lake chapter 7-9||Richard McCarthy||Spring 2014|
|Memories of Bass Lake chapter 4-6||Richard McCarthy||Fall 2013|
|Memories of Bass Lake chapter 1-3||Richard McCarthy||Spring 2013|
|The Day the Ice Melted||Irene Horne||Spring 2010|
|A History of Four Cottages||Tom Hughes||Spring 2009|
|Steenburg Lake||Marlene Pollard||Spring 2009|
|Labour Day Week-End 1961||Barb Stantial||Spring 2009|
|It Started with a Mistake||Tom Little||Fall 2008|
|35 Years Ago||Irene Horne||Fall 2005|