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Vol. 81
Summer 2016 Canadohta Lake Union City, PA
First Published May 1, 1932
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 2
Message from our Board
Welcome to Canadohta Lake – Your Escape!
Whether you live here year round, in the summer, take a mini vacation every weekend, or visit one weekend a year, we are glad you are here! And hope you
enjoy your stay.
Summer will be in full swing at Canadohta Lake. Check out all of the scheduled fun activities and events for kids and adults alike - each one is designed to
make your family’s 2016 Canadohta Summer even better and full of fun. We have pontoons, sailing, kayaking, beaches, fishing, biking, hiking, golfing, and
so much more for you to enjoy.
CLABA does more than just the Fireworks. We also handle (provide or support? instead of handle) the following: Miss Canadohta Lake Pageant, Craft
Show, CanaDoWop, Canadohta Street Dance, Car Cruise, Cardboard Boat Regatta, Kids Fish Day, Kids Fun Day, Rubber Ducky Race, Scavenger Hunt, 4th
of July Boat Parade, and the Light up the Night Boat Parade. We’ve also added a couple new events to our agenda:
• “Flea Market” on Saturday May 28th from 8am to 4pm
• “Cornhole Tournament” on June 11th from 12pm-5pm at on the Guzik Concrete & Masonry property (Between The Black Bear and The Original Putt-RGolf).
• “Jail n’ Bail” on June 25th, from 12pm-4pm at Sally’s Store. Purchase warrants to have your friends arrested who will have to raise money to get out of
jail. Tickets available at Sally’s Store starting on June 1st through the day of the event
• “Golf Cart Parade” on July 2nd starting at 11am. At Elmwood Beach immediately behind the Bike parade.
• “Firecracker Marathon” starting on July 3rd, at 10am at The Backporch Grille
• “Holiday Decorating Contest” judging will be on December 17th from 6pm-9pm
• “Snow Sculpture Contest” on February 18, 2017 from 11-3pm at the Frog Pond
Be sure to check our website for the most current information on our events at www.canadohtalake.org
“Like Us” on our Facebook page “Canadohta Lake Area Business Association – CLABA” for up to date information.
We are an organization of volunteers who bring events like the above and our famous fireworks to our community. We do our best to serve the lake community while operating our own businesses. Please support our members by patronizing their businesses, so we can continue to grow our calendar of Events.
Our goal is to bring in many more events and one day a Carnival or a Fair. We’d love your help & support to make this happen. Please help us welcome our
new slate of officers for 2016-2018. We are available to help answer any lake related questions you may have. If you’d like to join our group, please see one
of us.
President: Billie Jo Easterlin – Howard Hanna Real Estate
Vice President: Butch Prichard – ThermaFab
Secretary: Tina Butler – Butler’s Lakeview Cottages
Treasurer: Debbie Schneider – Community Member
Directors: John Price & Jim Donnell
Auditors: Ellie Donnell & Jim Torrelli
We would like to extend a special thank you to our community members, who help man our events, provide support at our events and throughout the year.
Thank you for joining & helping our wonderful cause.
Debbie Schneider, Carla & Jim Torrelli, Bill Easterlin, Bill & Cyndi Altman, Suzanne & Baxter Wellmon, Bert & Debbie Smelko, Scott & Kim Schell, Darlene Beganics, Linda Cole, David & Jill Bertoty, Kristie Winter, Jack Clark, Deb Basek, Tim & Pam Roberts
Enjoy your time at the lake making new memories with your family & friends. If we can we make your visit be more pleasurable, send us an email at
[email protected]
Hope to see you at our events~CLABA
Area Shopper - Printing
Articles & pictures of local interest or of local events may be submitted for publication in The Canadohta Lake Breeze.CLABA reserves the right to edit any article submitted for publication. Articles & pictures must be submitted
to CLABA before March 15th of the publishing year. CLABA would like to acknowledge and thank the staff and management of The Area Shopper for their help in the preparation and printing of this year’s Canadohta Breeze.
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Complied and Organized by: Ellie Baranyai Luba Donnell
I love hearing and
sharing the history of
Canadohta Lake and
the surrounding areas.
If you have stories or
pictures please contact
me or leave a message on the Canadohta
Lake “CLABA” or
Canadohta Lake History, Crawford County page on FaceBook.
The Spartansburg Sentinel ran an article June
7th 2003, with facts
about Canadohta Lake
and the surrounding
areas. Darlene Reed
Dalton wrote the article, she gained her information from talking
with Eleanor Geer and
prior publications, including the Breeze.
I pulled a few excerpts
from her article:
Tillotson Corners is located at the four
corners intercepting
at Route 8 and Mt.
Pleasant Road. In its
heyday this area was
called Industryville.
The first filling station
around these parts was
on one of the four corners. The large white
Local Bloomfield Township History
house (still standing
in 2016) situated kitty-corner across from
Hunter’s
Hardware
was a boarding house
built and run by the
Willard Tillotson family. This small village claimed a Wagon
Shed, School, Grocery
Store, Barber Shop,
Methodist Church and
many homes, one being the Danner Home.
Bloomfield - In 1748
Thomas Bloomfield
came to the area and
settled four tracts
of land at the head
of Canadohta Lake.
The town of Bloomfield was laid out atop
Shreve Ridge. There
were Stores, a School,
a Church and a Cheese
factory. At its peak
the cheese factory was
processing
15,000
lbs. of milk daily. After the abandonment
of cheese factory in
1882, the community vanished without
a trace. Our Township was named after
Thomas Bloomfield,
he is buried in the
small grave yard on
Lake Road.
In 1798 John Fields
a wealthy Philadel-
phian, sent James
Hamilton to the lake
area to open it up for
settlement. A water
powered grist mill and
saw mill were erected
below the lake outlet.
They were used for
many years, even being rebuilt in 1821.
1798 was a busy year
for land development
in this area. Richard Shreve arrived
and with his family
of ten they cleared
eight tracts of land
and erected a saw
mill. Area maps from
that time period show
heavy timber and the
presence of five saw
mills between the lake
and Riceville. James
Blakeslee settled north
east of the lake in
1819.
Lincolnville - Seth
Lincoln settled one
mile south of the lake
in 1837, Mr. Lincoln
ran a water powered
saw and grist mill until
1875. His descendent,
E.F. Lincoln, laid out
the village plots for
Lincolnville in 1861
It had Hat Shops,
Leather Merchants,
a Tin Shop , Grocery
Stores, a Blacksmith,
Lumber Mill and Baptist Church. Morris
Shreve bought O.D.
Taylor’s store in 1917
renaming it A. Shreve
and Son. The building
still stands in Lincolnville today (2016) with
that name, it is owned
by Mr. and Mrs. Don
Foltz.
During the
1920’s
Lincolnville
had a Feed Mill, Livery Stable, two Grocery Stores, a Blacksmith Shop, a Hotel,
Skating Rink and
Dance Hall. A 1912
advertisement showed
a Thanksgiving Party, complete with a
dinner and dance at
Shreve Hall for $1.25
per couple.
Shreve’s Ridge - In
1910 a tornado hit
Shreve Ridge at the
corner of King Road
and Shreve Ridge
Road. It lifted a house
and moved it down
the hill to the middle
of the road. Hillyer’s
Blacksmith Shop and
home were completely
destroyed and a horse
and cow were killed.
Canadohta Lake - Prior to the 1920’s ice
harvested from the
lake was a major en-
terprise. In the winter ice was cut from
the lake, packed in
sawdust and shipped
out by rail. That was
when housewives had
small ice boxes to keep
food cold and fresh.
The ice was also used
in packing houses in
Meadville business’.
Ruggles Park - Around
1923-24 Elmer Smith
had an open air restaurant and store in the
Ruggles Park. In that
same area, T.R. Carlson took sightseers
on boat rides around
the lake in his open
air boat. A wooden sidewalk extended
from Smith’s store,
around what is now
Pier 66, up to Marcresan Beach (Canadohta
Lake Park.) The Cook
family of Pittsburgh,
Pa used to camp in
tents, they later built
the first cottage in
Ruggles Park.
These are just a few of
the excerpts from the
article, a good portion of the article was
previously published
in the Breeze. It also
included information
from the “Thumbnail
History of Canadohta
Lake”, which a copy
was already scheduled to be included
in this edition of the
Breeze. The former
owners of Canadohta
Lake Park - Hope and
Harry Newland, used
to have copies of the
“Thumbnail History”
at the front desk in the
Beach House, that you
could pick up for free.
Jail n’
Bail
June 25
from
12 – 4
@ Sally’s
Store
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Firecracker
Marathon
July 3rd At 10 am
Starts at
Backporch Grille
6th Annual Light up the
Night Boat Parade
September 3
Come one Come all,
Light up your boat or light up
the shore line, in memory of
those we’ve loved & lost and
say goodbye to 2016 summer
Starts at Sundown
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 6
By George Eisentrout
The property located
on a peninsula, bounded by the outlet to the
west and the lake to
the north and east, has
had a long interesting
history.
Although there is no
documented evidence,
the presence of Indians
on this
land seems certain. As
late as the 1950s arrowheads were found
on the grounds. On the
eastern side of the peninsula on the top of the
hill there is a large flat
rectangular rock. It is
notched on both of the
lower sides, with 3x9
inch cut outs. I tell
people, with tongue
in cheek, that this is
where Chief Canadaughta is buried. Although, I have no way
of knowing if this is
true, I often wonder
if it actually could be
true.
The first owner of the
property I am aware of
was T. B. Kennedy.
By letters patent of the
Commonwealth dated
1862, this property
along with 203 acres,
including the waters
of Oil Creek Lake was
granted to him. It was
sold later to one Joseph
N. Price for $32,000.
Afterwards, one David Scull became the
purchaser at Sheriffs
sale. Remember, at
this time, this included
the lake itself. On the
top of a hill above the
lake in 1868, Ben Emerson and Pat Coleman
of Union City, having
leased the property,
erected a hotel, and
henceforth this peninsula was referred to as
the “Hotel Property”,
later it was more commonly known as the
“Eisentrout Property”. Today, officially,
it is called the “Anna
Eisentrout
Subdivision”.
After the hotel was
built, I know little
about its early years. I
do know that the Union
City YWCA leased the
land and ran a girls
camp for two years. In
1887 the property was
conveyed to a certain
corporation known as
the Canadohta Club,
a group of wealthy oil
people from Titusville
and Pittsburgh, many
Standard Oil executives. They made the
hotel a clubhouse for
their use. In fact, they
tried to purchase all
the land around the
lake to further their
claim of ownership of
the lake. They were
about 95% successful
in this endeavor, only
a small area in what
today is called “Ruggles Park” was not
owned. Rebels like
Ben Ruggles (this is
why the area bares his
name) would enter the
lake to fish. The club
had the law on their
side and Mr. Ruggles
and others were arrested and charged with
trespassing.
Ultimately, the situation was settled in
court. A similar situation was occurring
regarding
Conneaut
Lake. The courts ruled
that Canadohta, as
well as Conneaut were
navigable bodies of
water and no person
or group could claim
ownership of the waters of either lake.
In 1890, the club built
a boathouse building
on a foundation on
the lakeshore just east
of the outlet. There
was a wooden walk-
way bridge from the
clubhouse to the boathouse.
It was this club that
changed the name of
the lake from Oil Creek
Lake to Canadohta
Lake in 1894.
The club must have
grown because sometime in the 1890s they
erected an annex to
the east of the hotel,
about where a brick
house (my home) is
now. I have a picture
of the men standing
on the porch of the annex with tools in hand.
Perhaps, right when
the building was completed. I once showed
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 7
this picture to Clare
Mulvin, a lifetime resident of the lake, who
would be about 110
years old if still alive.
He recognized one of
the workers as his father and said that the
picture would have
been taken, “...long
before I was born.” I
asked Clare what happened to the annex
and he said he remembered it being placed
on a barge and moved
to the north end of the
lake when he was still
a young man.
With the court decision in 1911 about
lake ownership, the
Canadohta Club disbanded and the building became a hotel
again.
It passed through sev-
eral different ownerships. In December
of 1934 Vina Young,
a widow from Union
City purchased it. In
1936, my father, Carl
Eisentrout, in partnership with another family purchased the property from Ms. Young.
I guess the business
was not big enough to
support two families
and it had to be given
back to Ms. Young.
However, my father
dissolved the partnership and then was
able to repurchase the
property by himself.
In November of 1940,
on Election Day, the
day FDR was being
elected to an unprecedented third term as
president, the hotel
burned down. At the
time of the fire only
my father, my aunt,
and a housekeeper
were in the hotel. They
were unaware that the
hotel was on fire. Harold Weed, who owned
the farm where today
fire works are shot off,
spotted the fire from
up there and quickly drove to the hotel.
My father was sitting
inside reading a book
when Mr. Weed began
honking his horn.
All escaped the hotel,
but the fire leveled the
building.
My older brother, who
was in grade school at
the time, tells about
him returning from
school only to see the
hotel that the family
was living in was now
leveled. He immediately wanted to know
where his father was
and was told he was in
the basement of the old
hotel trying to salvage
beer and whisky from
the hotel bar. The men
above ground were doing their best to drink
what our father was
trying to save. He remembers many being
intoxicated and rolling
around the grounds.
My father had purchased five lots on the
west side, nearest the
hotel, of what today is
Eisentrout Drive. On
one lot he had built the
framework of a cottage. Now, this would
become the new home
of the Eisentrout family. It was in this cottage that I was born a
few years later.
My father then had
to do something to be
ready for business in
1941. He moved the
top story of the boat-
house up to the site
of the old hotel, added an addition to it,
and opened this up as
a tavern, a restaurant,
and dance facility by
the summer of 1941.
This tavern operated
through the summer of
1970. Meanwhile, cottages were built. Four
more cottages on the
west side of the road,
then four in what was
the parking lot for the
hotel on the east side
of the road, and then
six along the water
front where the boat
house had been. By
1949, my family had
fourteen rental cottages, and when our brick
home was built in 1951
there became fifteen.
We would allow people to use the grounds
surrounding the tavern
as a beach, in hopes
they would purchase
food or drink at the
“Inn”, as we referred
to it. We even had an
outside pop and candy stand to sell food
and drink to kids, not
needing to enter the
Inn. It was my job to
run this stand.
In the spring of 1969,
my parents sold the
tavern license to HarContinued Page 21
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Friends, Fun, Love, and History all Under One Roof
By: Ellie Baranyai
Luba Donnell
In 1887 the Canadohta
Club (a group of oil
men from the Titusville area) purchased
the majority of the
property
around
Canadohta Lake, they
spent a large amount
of money adding many
improvements to the
area. Their projected
plans included a golf
course laid out where
the Canadohta Roller
Rink is now located,
unfortunately or fortunately for us it was
never built. Dick Mason told his son Rick
that he never heard of
plans for a golf course
on the rink property,
but said there was a
nine hole course just
north of Our Lady of
Fatima at one time.
When the Canadohta
Club lost its court case
to declare Canadohta
a private lake, the
club dissolved. C.N.
Payne, a member of
the club and manager
of the National Transit Company of Titusville, held the mortgage and purchased all
of the club’s property.
Mr. Payne eventually
sold off the property
which contained 203
acres to various developers. The rink is
situated on the part of
that property known as
the Hawthorne Beach
Plan.
The main building of it now in your mind
the Canadohta Roller and image all the laRink was originally dies and gentlemen
built at Waldameer in their elegant attire
Park in Erie PA as a dancing in the pavildance pavilion. In the ion. The Dance Hall
early 1920’s it was was a major draw to
disassembled and reas- the area as people
sembled at the lake to came from all over to
start its new life as the attend these dances.
Collins Dance Hall. As one of the many
Dick Mason remem- causalities of the Great
bers a man he believes Depression, the Colwas named Cooper lins Dance Hall evenmoved the building tually closed. After
from Waldameer to the dance hall era the
Canadohta. The pa- building sat unused for
vilion style building awhile. Then E. P.
was opened as the Lee (owner of Camp
“Collins Dance Hall” Marcresan) purchased
part of the Big Band and opened it as a
Circuit. Well known roller rink, the skating
bands played there in business did not take
the 1930’s including off as he had hoped.
Guy Lambardo, Glenn E.P. Lee was looking
Miller, Tommy Dors- for a motivated maney, Ozzie Nelson, and ager when he offered
Rudy Vallee. Picture the job to Willis Mall
who had just returned
from service in WWII.
According to Willis he
was not interested in
managing the rink, but
he and his wife Phyllis were interested in
owning and managing
it.
Phyllis and Willis
Mall purchased the
property and became
the new owners of
the Canadohta Roller
Rink. In the 1950’s
the Mall’s had a carpenter from Canadohta
Lake (Ralph Nagel)
install the hard maple
floor during the winter
season. Rick Mason
remembers Mr. Nagel telling him he had
“used a ton of nails
to install the wood
flooring”. Ralph also
built the additions of
the snack bar and the
house onto the original
structure for the Malls.
Years later Mr. Nagel
added on again to the
house for Dick and
Diane Mason and their
family.
Olen and Sally (Irwin) Seidler met at the
Roller Rink and were
married there on roller
skates. That’s the only
wedding I’ve heard of
at the rink, but many
people remember that Cargo’s cottage was
their parents met or beside Elmwood, then
that they met their the Horancher famispouses at the roller ly, and then the Hagrink. Richard & Di- erty’s cottage. Those
ane Mason met skat- cottages stayed in
ing at the rink around the same families for
1955. Diane was from many years, as many
Wilkinsburg and spent of the cottages here at
weekends at the lake the lake have. Dick
with her friends the Mason grew up in
Hagerty’s who owned Spring Creek, Warren
a cottage three places County; and had just
down from Elmwood. returned from Korea.
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 9
(Dick Mason – Thank a business, but found Carnival. The Mason late September the rink The lake was in its post Charlie or Ralph or
Barney,
You for your Service.) both.
They moved family would decorate was rented for a week Labor Day quiet, but a sometimes
How amazing that they their family from Cor- the Rink with stream- to the David Breeze couple of determined because he couldn’t
later came to own the ry to Canadohta Lake, ers and wall decora- Crusades, a travel- young men would not remember all of their
Roller Rink and raise and a new chapter in tions for every event. ing evangelist spon- stop skating. The next names. When Rick
their own family there. the Canadohta Roller During the winter sored by the Ricev- year rather than a mar- Mason was old enough
Their son Rick Mason Rink’s history began. months the Roller Rink ille Methodists. The athon, there was an all to drive, it became his
also met his wife Cis- Phyllis and Willis Mall would often be open Mason family would night skate which went job to drive around
sy (Sharon) Hunter at remained at the lake for rentals every night cover the floor with on for several years on and promote Famithe rink. Cissy was for several months af- of the week. Many folding chairs and the Sunday nights of Me- ly Night (he claims
schools, Crusades would hold morial Day and Labor it was embarrassing
from
Harmonsburg ter they sold the rink. churches,
and spent her summers They rented a house and other groups rent- nightly meetings.
Day weekends, and for the first couple of
at the lake, her Uncle close by the Roller ed the roller rink on In the summer, be- sometimes July 4th. times.) Occasionally
George Hart owned Rink, between Circuit weeknights and Sun- ginning mid-June the There would be around during a rainy week
Hart Cottages in Rug- Dr. and Payne Ave., day nights. Some used rink would open every 200 skaters at the all the Mason’s would
gles Park. What a leg- then retired to Michi- it just for social events night from 8-11 plus night skates. Tuesday put the speakers on
acy the rink has given gan. The deed trans- but many used it as midnight skates on was Family Night at their vehicle around
events. Saturdays, and some the Roller Rink. Rick lunchtime and start
us - so many Summer fer shows their address fundraising
Loves that turned into as W. Palm Beach FL. The Mill Village Ele- years on Fridays. Be- Mason thinks Willis announcing the afterLasting Loves. How The lake has had many mentary School PTO ginning the first of Mall had originally noon skate – it always
many of you remem- “Snow Birds” who used to rent the rink July it was also open started the tradition brought in a crowd.
ber skating at the rink? live here during the for the night before every afternoon 2:30 many of us grew up Steve Robatzen, DiRemember when the warm weather and go school holidays and – 5:00 until Labor with, putting speakers ane Mason’s younger
would bring in a big Day. Several years in on the car and driving brother worked at the
lights would dim and south for the winter.
a couple skate was an- The Rink was open crowd of around 200 the late 60s and early around the lake area. rink in the summers,
nounced, you would through the winter on skaters. The Union 70s, there was a Labor Many of us remember so did Barry Greeley,
look around for a Friday & Saturday City PTO and several Day Skate-a-Thon, be- hearing Dick Mason as Dick Mason’s nephpartner to skate with, nights plus Saturday churches, from Corry, ginning at 8:00 on Fri- he announced: “Fam- ew in the early years.
that feeling you got & Sunday afternoons. Union City, Town- day. The participants ily night tonight at the Rick remembers one
when you held some- About once a month ville, Lyona Corners, got a 10 minute break roller rink, skating time that him, Barry,
one’s hand and skated in the winter there Cambridge Springs, every hour and the from 8 to 11, pause, and Steve did the famaround in circles? One would be a theme Mill Village, etc. in- rink was open for reg- that’s family night ily night announceof the many things you night during the 8-11 cluding a student group ular skating hours too. tonight, at the roller ment together thinkhad to experience to skate followed by a from Edinboro rented The first year the win- rink, skating from 8 to ing it was in 1965.
understand the magic. Midnight Skate until the rink on a month- ner skated for about 11”. Rick remembers Diane Mason’s 1959
What great memories! 1 AM on Saturdays. ly basis. The church 28 hours, next year 38 that a lot of kids would Chrysler overheated
The Mason’s worked The theme nights were groups would take a hours, then 54 hours, yell or wave to his Dad on them and that was
Halloween, break around the two then 72 hours. The fi- or ask questions, so his its last tour though the
for the Malls during usually
the summer of 1961, Thanksgiving, Christ- hour mark and would nal year two guys skat- Dad (Richard “Dick” lake after many, many
and then purchased mas, New Year’s Eve, pull several benches ed for something like Mason) kept up a pat- trips. Her next car
the rink in Septem- Valentine’s Day, St. into rows for a short 100 hours – that was ter with the kids along was a 1965 Ford staber of 1961. They Patrick’s Day, and period of “devotions”. into Tuesday night, the way: “Charlie do tion wagon, Tuesday
sometimes For two or three years when the kids were al- you have your skates?” night announcements
had been house hunt- Easter;
ing, not looking for there was a Winter around 1968-1970 in ready back in school. He called all the kids
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Canadohta Lake 2015 - Another Day in Paradise...
I asked what was the first thought you have when you hear “Canadohta Lake” in five words or less. Here are some of your replies:
Ellie D - Generations of family and Friends
Tom H - Where life is less complicated
Cyndi A - My favorite place on Earth.
Maureen C - My most favorite place!!
Mike S - My happy place
Caryl O - My hometown I dearly miss
Curt B - My sanctuary
Dan D - Childhood and adult memories. Dad.
Debbie W - My happy place...
Jennifer T - On a pontoon...
Beverly E - Mum and Dad’s beloved cottage
Mike P - Memories!! Lots
Jack C - Summer vacation place.
Annette A - When I grew up.
Wynonie M - Food, Frog Pond
K Calfo - Many memories
James P - Family, Friends, Fun, Fishing and kayaking...
Michael D - Family
Chris C - Lake dances
Lynn M - Heaven on earth
Maureen C - My cousin Jim Lloyd
Jill B - Peace
Annette B - Home
Billie Jo E - Relaxing while floating on pontoon...
Billie Jo E - Summers with Grandparents & family
Ellie D - Bonfires, Cocktails, Jello & Pudding Shots
Nicole H - Childhood memories with friends and
family.
Chuck F - Memories with more to come
Penny K - Making memories for 60+ years!
Butch P - A lifetime of memories
Lorri M - Cottage on the lake
Susan O - Placid blue water to ride on.
Judy K - Girls night, and long islands
Cindy Y - Childhood memories, floating dock, row
boats
Pam R - Hot donuts, roller skating, the Park
Sue O - Vacation place...sanctuary...now home
Kim C - Peaceful winter nights
Amanda S - Summer tradition!
Beverly R - Four seasons of fun...
Robbie W - Grandmother, cottage, stables, lake
and walking......
Debbie S - friends, floating, relaxing
Jim D - My retirement Paradise
Sue M - Flying D dances, Strong Bond Community
Krista R - Roller skating, mini golf, swimming
Krista R - Bumper cars, picnics, fun times
Cheryl B - Beautiful sunsets, warm summer breezes
Ernie D - Relaxing enjoyable and peaceful
Laurie H - Grandparents, stables, swimming, family
Jeffrey B - 2nd biggest natural lake (Pa)
Julie C - Paradise..family.. Happiness
Tabitha S - Home sweet home!
Jeffrey B - Raiders every Saturday -Flying D
Deb M - Memories, friends, pontoon, bonfires, sun
Regina K - The best band around “The Raiders“
Mike V - Arcade
Ellie D - A step back in time.
Connie S - Greatest Muskie fishing.
Rose H - Frog Pond..
Marilyn F - Peaceful tranquility, fun , family, picnics.
Diane A - Bald Eagles
Billie Jo E - Overwhelming feeling of peace upon
your arrival!
Laura P - A time I will never forget!!
AnneMarie S - My Dad growing up there
Sally G - Friends.....
Denise G - Home
Denise G - That’s what it is to a lot of us
Deb B - Best place on Earth!
Denise G - Roller rink
Debbie W - All the birthday parties on lake front
Denise G - Lake dances in the late 80s
Dawn R - Childhood ocean memories
Jane A - Peace and Beauty of nature
Michelle M - Future home, peaceful, relaxing,
beautiful, & pontoons
Charity R - Skating
Valerie K - My little piece of heaven.
Virginia Muntz - Laughter of children
Cindy Kasperowicz - The best place to be
Laura Loopy Peternel - The endless stars in the
sky on a clear night.
AnneMarie Shreve - Skating, Dancing and endless
laughter.......
Kris Schenk Hillow - Bonfires, shooting stars,
bullfrogs, screened-porch, swimming
Todd Drelick friends-family-fun-boating-peace
Carlos Shambaugh My wife 1962........
Heather T- Nostalgic
Jack C - The Raiders!!!!!!
Vicki S - Sweet childhood memories with family!
Karen R - ‘70’s, boys, drinking, boys, parties
Terri C - Family fun & childhood memories!!
Brian V - Lloyds swim platform/ steel bridge
Mike W - Old arcade at frog pond
Sandy M - My childhood playground.
Melissa P - Great way to escape everything!
Bonnie W - Bon fire all summer long
Valerie D - Campfires, S’mores, Cousins, Laughter & Logbook
Brian O - Millions of wonderful memories I will
never forget!
Alaska J - Just moved here.
Sonya P - Skating, Dance, Fireworks, Game
rooms, Sally’s
Jo P - Captain Lee’s Fish!
Sue H - Lifelong friendships!
Dianne K - Camping, Fishing, Boating, Swimming, Vacation
Ellie D - Friends new and old together.
Michelle M - Boat parade, fireworks
Dave L - Steel bridge swimming, fishing, camping
bonfires
Mel M - Where I grew up
Janet C - Family, Friends and memories.
Laura P - Dirt roads, cottages.
Sonya P - My old stomping grounds
Sonya P - Where I met my husband
Cassandra M - Family memories unplugged
Vanessa W - “...South of Union City, off Route
8...”
Come join us at Canadohta Lake, and start making your memories now!
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 11
Kids Fish Day 2016
Fish for Free Day by PA
Fish & Boat Commission
May 29, 2016
July 4, 2016
June 18th from 9am-1pm
at Frog Pond
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 12
Canadohta Lake Radio Station
Is On The Air
On February 19 a new
radio station serving
Canadohta Lake, PA
began broadcasting at
105.7 on the FM dial.
The station, WUUKLP, is currently in
the testing phase and
will begin regular programming Memorial
Day weekend on Saturday May 28 with an
official announcement
from general manager Brian Silvis at 5:00
PM.
“We are still in the
process of developing our format and
programming,” Silvis
said. “We are taking
into consideration all
of the input we have
received from the
public, the information needs of residents
and the communication needs of the area’s community and
non-profit groups. We
will strive to be a medium that visitors and
residents of Canadohta
Lake can rely on to
stay informed on news
and community events
as well as offer music
and entertainment. The
station will continue to
evolve and grow over
time.”
The radio station will
be holding it’s first
fundraiser on Sunday
May 29 with a summer
kick-off party at the
Bloomfield Township
Firehall from 6:30 –
11:00 PM. Admission
to the fundraiser includes food, drinks,
music and entry into
the 9PM drawing for a
Kayak. Ticket information is available online
at www.canadohtaradio.org or by email
at
canadohtaradio@
gmail.com.
“WUUK-LP is owned
and operated by the
Canadohta Community Radio Group, a nonprofit organization. As
a non-commercial radio station WUUK-LP
relies on fundraisers
and underwriting messages for financial support, similar to public
radio and television,”
said Silvis.
According to Silvis
there is an internet
stream for the station
on the “TuneIn Radio”
app but it does not du-
plicate the programming of the FM broadcast currently. “There
are additional music licensing fees for internet broadcasters and
we hope to have those
fees covered in the
near future. Once we
do, the programming
on the internet stream
will be identical to that
of the FM broadcast,”
said Silvis.
“I would like to thank
all of our financial supporters and volunteers
that have contributed
to this effort over the
past three years,” Silvis said. “Without
their help this would
not have been possible.”
Contact:
Brian Silvis
President
Canadohta
Community Radio
Group
canadohtaradio@
gmail.com
www.CanadohtaRadio.org
814-732-0759
Fish Commission
It’s once again time for the boating season on
Canadohta Lake. Everyone’s goal is to have a
safe and enjoyable time on the lake each year.
Here are just a few reminders of some of the consistent safety concerns and/or complaints I receive
each year.
In general, sail boats have the right-of-way on the
lake. Sail boats are restricted in their maneuverability while motor boats can operate easily in any
direction. Please watch out for and Yield to sail
boats.
Often violations occur when the operator of the boat has never or rarely
operated a boat before and does not know the laws and regulations. If
you are lending your boat to someone, please advise the operator of the
basic rules. Additionally, the operator is responsible for the operation
of the boat and having the required equipment on board while out on
the water. However, the owner should also take time to make sure all
the safety equipment is onboard prior to leaving the dock. Also, it’s
a good idea to check all the safety equipment at the beginning of the
boating season to make sure that everything is on board and that it is in
good working condition as well as checking each time the boat leaves
the dock.
Some people may think that since Canadohta Lake has a 10 horse power limit, that accidents are unlikely. While we have been fortunate as
far as boat accidents on the lake, other 10 HP lakes have had serious
accidents occur. One such type of accident that concerns me is when
passengers sit outside the tall railing on pontoon boats while the boat
is moving. Some passengers have fallen off; others were sitting down
dangling their legs into the water and got pulled into the water. In
these types of accidents, by the time the operators were able to stop the
pontoon the passengers travelled under the boat and were struck by the
propeller. No matter how fast or SLOW the boat is moving, no one
is permitted outside the passenger carrying area (the tall railing that
extends across the front of the pontoon.)
If for some reason you have forgotten your Fishing and Boating Summary Book while at the lake, the PA Fish and Boat Commission has
a free mobile app available on your smart phone. It is FishBoatPA.
This will provide you with easy access to the laws and regulations, fish
identification, issuing agents, maps, various waterways, etc.
If you ever have any questions or problems, please feel free to wave
me over or stop me onshore and I will try to help you in any way I can.
Sincerely,
Terry Crecraft Waterways Conservation Officer
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 13
2015 Patriotic Boat Parade Winners
1st Prize - Tea Party won $75 CLABA Bucks
2nd Prize - Military - $50 CLABA Bucks
3rd Prize - Miss America - $25 CLABA Bucks
80’S Theme Boat Parade
2016 Boat Parade – July 2nd starts at 3pm
Register at the Frog Pond Patron Dock @ 2pm
Parade starts at 3pm, line up at the Frog Pond Patron
Dock
Theme is the 80’s
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 14
As another fun-filled
summer season begins at Canadohta
Lake, many of you
are probably thinking
about projects around
your property that you
would like to conduct
in the foreseeable future.
While some
projects do not require
any permits, often
times they do. Knowing which permit
is needed and from
which agency can be
very confusing. I’d
like to shed light on
this issue and provide
some suggestions.
Types of permits
The Crawford County
Conservation District
issues certain environmental permits on
behalf of the Pennsylvania Department of
Environmental Protection. Typical permits
issued by the Conservation District for the
Canadohta Lake area
deal with docks and
shoreline stabilization.
This includes:
1.)
construction of a new
dock 2.) registration
of an existing non-permitted dock 3.) transfer of an existing dock
permit to a new owner
Do I need a permit?
4.) seawall/retaining
wall construction and
5.) transfer of existing permit for seawall/retaining
wall.
There are many more
environmental
permits issued by the
Conservation District
however these are
the most common for
Canadohta Lake. The
District also works
with municipalities to
make recommendations on stormwater
control. Construction
and modifications such
as additions, building
a house or deck, etc.
are permitted through
Bloomfield Township.
What do I get with a
permit?
Permits provide several things to the permittee with the most
important being that
you are in compliance
with regulation. They
allow for maintenance
to the structure. Another nice feature is
that they are a onetime fee and are good
throughout the life of
the structure.
One
thing to point out is
that any modification
to the structure (i.e.
extending your dock
or making it wider)
must be changed in the
permit to reflect this
new construction.
Where has the shoreline gone?
It would be hard
pressed to find many
Canadohta Lake residents that would say
there are not enough
docks on the lake.
There is very little natural shoreline
left and Canadohta
Lake is facing a dock
over-crowding problem. Some things to
consider are the fact
that multiple families
can be permitted under the same dock permit (i.e. share dock
space!). It would also
be possible to remove
several
individual
docks and create a few
large docks that can
be co-owned and hold
many boats.
Assistance provided
by the District
The Crawford County
Conservation District
is available to assist
with the permit process as well as answer
any questions you may
have regarding environmental
permits.
Our phone number is
(814) 763-5269 and
office hours are Monday – Friday 8am to
4pm. In addition to
the typical assistance
that the District provides, this year we
are hoping to conduct
a Canadohta outreach
program to specifically
assist property owners
around the lake. The
District has applied
for a grant that would
support a Canadohta
Lake outreach initiative. This initiative
would consist of an
educational workshop
followed by several days of outreach
where a District em-
ployee would be present at the Bloomfield
Township Municipal
building for one day a
week over the course
of several weeks.
During this time,
property owners could
come to the township
and receive one-onone assistance. This
will take place sometime during the middle
of summer. Dates and
times for the workshop and outreach
days will be posted on
the District’s website
(www.crawfordconservation.com) as well
as announced publicly
via a media outlet if
the District receives
the grant. Regardless
of the outcome of the
grant proposal, the
District will continue
to provide technical
assistance to Bloomfield Township and all
of Crawford County.
Have a great summer and don’t hesitate to contact us at
the Crawford County
Conservation District
with any of your environmental questions!
By: Jared Prokopchak
Resource Conservation Technician
Crawford County
Conservation District
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 15
1st Annual Rubber Duckee Race was a
huge success!
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sam
First Place Duck #100
Jon Bowser
Second Place Duck#
195 Caroline Beck
Third Place Duck #192
Darlene Beganics
Thank you to Darlene
Beganics for donating
your winnings back to
CLABA..
We would like to thank
everyone for attending
and making this event
so much fun!
Special thank you to
Leah Lipchik from
the Frog Pond for the
use of her beach, slide
and donating her life
guards for the event
and Dave & Alissa
from Sally’s Store for
donating the Rubber
Duckee’s
Thank you to all our
business
members,
Butch Pritchard, Billie Jo Easterlin, Tina
Butler, Glen Dandoy,
& Hanna Arquitt for
helping with the event.
Thank you to all our
community
members for all their help
to make this event
successful:
Debbie
Schneider, Kristie &
Sean Winter, Jim &
Ellie Donnell, Bill
Easterlin, and Jim and
Carla Torrelli without
you we cannot do half
of what we’ve been
able to do for our community. We are forev-
er grateful to you!
And
our
beautiful Canadohta Lake
Queens who love to
help and add beauty all
our events
2016 Rubber Duckee
Race will be held on
August 27, 2016 at the
Frog Pond at 7:30pm.
There will be 1,000
tickets available. Get
them while they last!
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 16
Many of you have
heard of CLABA here
at the lake (maybe
some haven’t), but do
you really know what
it is, and what it does
for our lake? CLABA
stands for Canadohta
Lake Area Business
Association. The name
is a bit deceiving it is
not just for businesses,
we are a mix of business and community
members.
Very simply we are
Canadohta Lake - with
the community’s interest at heart. CLABA
is a not for profit organization that helps
promote the lake, have
family friendly events,
bring people into the
area, and to help neighbors to meet neighbors. We try to create
lake memories for the
families of today for
tomorrow. The CLABA Board members
and volunteers fundraise throughout the
year to sponsor events
for you and your families. Local businesses
and other organizations support CLABA
by allowing us to have
events at their locations, and/or with well
appreciated donations.
Many residents also
donate to help keep
these events going
year to year. We operate on donations and
funds we raise. No
matter how small or
Canadohta Lake’s C.L.A.B.A.
large your donation is,
it all helps us give you
and your families fun
and lasting memories.
You (like everyone
else) love Canadohta
Lake’s July Fireworks, people come
from all around to see
them. Well it’s not
your tax dollars or the
Township that pays
for them, It’s CLABA. We also create,
organize, and work
many other events
here at the lake. Some
are the: Memorial Day Flea Market,
Craft and Women’s
Fair, Miss Canadohta
Lake Contest, Rubber
Duckee Race, Scavenger Hunt, Cardboard
Boat Regatta, CanaDo-Wop, Car Cruise,
Boat Parade, Kids Fun
& Fish Day, and others!
This year we are planning to add the Firecracker
Marathon,
Golf Cart Parade,
Corn Hole Tournament, and some other
events.
All of this of course
depends on getting
enough volunteers to
help. Our Community
Members help tremendously, we couldn’t
put on these events for
the community without
them. We would love
for you to join us as a
business or community member, this gives
you a voice (vote) in
what we do here at the
lake year to year. But
please remember you
do not have to be a
member to volunteer,
we always need more
help. It can be in planning and organizing
an event - something
you can do in bits and
pieces before an event.
Or volunteering an
hour or two (or for the
whole event - most are
only a few hours long.)
You can do as much
or as little as you feel
comfortable with, we
would truly appreciate
all and any help. Some
examples of where we
can use help would
be: setting up (tables,
chairs, signs, etc) or
breaking down for
events; manning a table for sign-ups; handing out info; handing
out snacks to the kids;
making phone calls;
researching information on line; taking
pictures; selling raffle
tickets; and many others. If anyone wants
to help chair an event
we would gladly welcome that too. Contact
any CLABA member
that you know or see,
email us at [email protected]
or
call 814.694.2243
So when you think
of Canadohta Lake,
please
remember
that CLABA is your
Canadohta Lake!
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 17
May 28th @ 8AM
CLABA Flea Market at Our Lady of Fatima, rent a space for $10,
donations welcome
Loretta Benigni, 75 – June 7, 2015
Frank Benigni, 83 – April 27, 2015
Dolores U. Blobner, 86 – August 23, 2014
Ronald L. Brown, 68 – February 20, 2016
Arline R. Clark, 92 – March 25, 2016
Anna Ruth Craig, 82 - May 14, 2015
Jack M. Durfee, 89 – October 9,2015
John W Dugan, 91 - April 25, 2015
Penny Felt, 64 – October 14, 2015
Roberta Jean “Bobbie” Sellers Fleishell, 59 - April 26, 2015
Robert W. Huber, 81 – January 16, 2016
Russ Hunter, 90 - December 21, 2015
Robert G. “Guido Lorenzi, 66, May 2, 2016
Earl Monroe Love, 74 – July 30, 2015
Edward Patrick Lynch Jr, 73 – May 4, 2016
Mike Moody, Not Provided, - November12, 2015
Joan Marie Northrup Kerr, 85 – July 6, 2015
Scott R. Osborn, 50 – August 16, 2015
JoAnne Palashoff Homa Patterson, 72 October 22, 2015
Kristen Parker, 2 - September 10, 2015
Tom Pfadt, 56 – May 26, 2015
Ronald T Patz, 81 - December 26, 2015
Janice E. Persons, 86 – July 24, 2015
Jeremy W. Rice, 38 – February 19, 2016
Monique Schneider – April 17, 2016
Cheryl Ann Stanley, 66 – March 27, 2015
William “Bill” Tisi, 76 - November 25, 2015
Ruth E. Fisk Thomas, 72 – March 2, 2016
July 30th at 3pm - 5pm
Lake’s Original Putt-R-Golf
July 23rd @
5pm
Frog Pond!
(registration 4pm)
Fireworks
July 2nd
over the Lake at 10pm
Rain Date July 3rd
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 18
Miss Canadohta Lake
Brittany Loomis, Teen
Miss Grace DeFelippis, Jr. Miss Ava Guzowski, and Lil’ Miss
Jillian
Shoemaker
have been representing
Canadohta Lake since
they were crowned last
July. From Parades
and Pageants to community service and
participation in events
A few words from
our Queen,
My name is Brittany
Loomis and I am the
current reigning Miss
Canadohta Lake. Have
you always wanted to
help out in your community, but was not
sure how or where
to start? Well applications for the Miss
Canadohta Lake Pageant are now available, and so are some
amazing opportunities
to help out and pay it
forward. Of course
one does not need to
be a Pageant Queen
to do good things for
others, but being a
queen does help open
doors to many wonderful adventures. I
and my other three
queens (Gracie, Ava,
and Jillian), have been
having a wonderful
year so far. We have
done lots of parades,
gone to many pageants
as visiting royalty, and
have done lots of volunteering. It’s so hard
to believe we only have
held in early June. The
Queens will be out in
full force collecting
for Children’s Events
at the Lake. All proceeds collected from
this fundraiser will be
spent entirely on our
Lake Kids Events.
Take this opportunity to say hello to our
Queens and thank
them for their wonderful efforts on behalf of
our community. The
Pageant will be held
this year at the Frog
Pond Pavilions on July
17, 2015 at 2:00 pm.
and we hope to see you
that bring attention to them at the Bloomfield all there. We’d like to
our lake, these young Township Communi- thank C.J. Tisi for her
ladies have done a ty Fun Day, the Kid’s many many years of
wonderful job. With Bike Parade, and they organizing and taking
much more to do you will lead the Annual special care of this
will see our Queens Boat Parade and Fire- event & our Queens.
this spring and summer works. Other events You will be sorely
at all the local events the Queens will be missed but hope to see
held in the surround- working are the Cana you at future pageants.
ing area, the town- Doo Wop Car Show
ship and right here at and Street Dance. The
Canadohta Lake. You Annual Queen’s Fundwill enjoy meeting raising event will be
The Canadohta Senior
Center of Active Aging, Inc. welcomes all
of those 60 years of
age and older to participate in a summer full
of fun! With a wide
array of activities, you
are sure to find something that will fit right
into your healthy and
active lifestyle. Join
us every Friday, from
9:30AM to 1:30PM at
the Bloomfield Township Building located
at 29978 Shreve Ridge
Road, Union City,
PA.
On May 27th, we
will be holding our
first Italian Sub Sale
of the Season. From
11:00AM to 1:00PM,
subs will be sold at the
Senior Center. From
a few months till the Frog Pond Restaurant 1:30PM to 4:00PM
end of our reign, but or down load an entry we will change locathat’s where you come at the CLABA web- tions and be selling
in. Its time for you to site. CLABA and all subs near Sally’s Store
take the leap and run the Queens invite you on Lakeview Drive.
for one of the 3 titles to come to the pageant We anticipate holding
available. It’s easy re- and enjoy a great event more sub sales over
ally, anyone interested with family, friends the 4th of July and
in participating in the and the good folks of Labor Day weekends.
2016 Pageant can pick Canadohta Lake.
Look for flyers in the
up an entry form at the
future for more infor-
Canadohta Lake Senior Center
mation!
On Friday, June 3rd
the first public distribution of the Farmer’s
Market Voucher for
the Canadohta Lake
area will occur from
12:30PM to 2:30PM
at the Sr. Center in the
Bloomfield Township
Building.
Join us on June 23rd,
from
5:00PM
to
7:00PM, for a Self
Defense Class taught
by a local Master and
a 5th Degree Black
Belt, Rich Anton.
You can learn different techniques to help
with your own personal safety. The class
will be 2 hours long.
Classes will be free to
those 60 years of age
and older and a cost of
$5.00 for those under
60 years of age. Space
will fill up fast so call
now to reserve your
spot!
Mark your calendars for June 26th!
Canadohta’s
annual
Fun Day will be located at the Bloomfield
Fire Dept Grounds
where the Senior
Center is in the thick
of it! As always, we
will have a variety in
our Chinese Auction,
where you can walk
away with unique and
exciting prizes! It has
always been a big part
of fun day and this
year will be no different.
Every third Friday
of the month you can
join us for our Healthy
Speaker Series!
Topics include:
May – Nutrition
June – Grocery Shopping Tips and Personal
Hygiene-Products to
help
July – Interactive
Chair Yoga
August – How to get
the Most out of Doctor
Appointments
Interested in joining us
for lunch on Fridays?
Call us two days in advance to register!
For more information
or questions about
any upcoming events,
call Patty at (814)3361792.
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 19
The
first
annual
Canadohta Lake Cardboard Boat Regatta
was held last year on
July 25th 2015, at The
Frog Pond - Canadohta
Lake Park. It was such
a fun and entertaining
day that we are doing it again this year.
Was such a fun and
entertaining day, we
are doing it again this
year. A large turnout of spectators enjoyed the race as they
cheered the contestants
on, some were in boats
on the lake and others
along the shoreline of
the Park Beach. There
were many different
types of boats designed & built, some
took a lot of thought
and time, others I’m
told were put together
the night before. Some
had themes and the
contestants dressed in
character. Some made
it all the way, some
didn’t (sunk slowly or
quickly) good thing
they wore their bathing suites! The race
takes place in shallow
water for safety.
In 2015 there were
two categories: One
and Two person teams
The 2015 One Person
Winners were:
1st
Place - John Leute,
2nd Place - Fran Irwin, and Third Place
- Debbie Schneider.
The 2015 Two Person Team winners
were: 1st place - John
& Adam Leute, 2nd
place - Joe Williams &
Ethan Stoops, and 3rd
place - Bill & Johnny
Price
The 2015 Fastest
Sinker was: - Joe Szczechowski
The 2016 Canadohta
Lake Cardboard Boat
Regatta will have three
categories:
1). Youth - up to
16yrs. of age - Single
& Two Person Team
2). Two Person Team
- Youth & Adult (i.e.
parent & child)
3). Adult - 17 years
of age and up - Single
and Two Person Team
There will be 1st, 2nd
and 3rd place winners
in each category
Rules: One or two person teams, all participants must wear life
jackets, one paddle
per person, must be in
boat paddling. Boats
will be inspected prior
to launch.
Construction: Cardboard, Tape, & Paint.
Coming July 23rd
2016 at The Frog Pond
- Canadohta Lake
Park. Registration at
5:00pm, race starts at
5:30pm.
Canadohta
2015 WINNERS
Lake’s CLABA sponsors and funds many
events at the lake
throughout the summer. Thanks to everyone who supports
CLABA by donations,
purchasing tickets for
our fundraisers, participating in events as
vendors, contestants,
& volunteers. CLABA is a non-profit organization that works
year round to make
Canadohta Lake more
enjoyable for everyone.
Canadohta Lake BreezeSummer 2016Page 20
By Ann Bergheim
The Bloomfield Township Recreation Board
continues to provide
family activities at
Canadohta Lake for
the 2016-2017 season.
Coming up on June
26th, we will be having Community Fun
Day at the township
ball fields and fireball
on Shreve Ridge Rd.
Our event will include
fun children activities
including
Granny’s
Ark Petting Zoo, Art
in the Park, fun bouncy house activities, a
fish fry sponsored by
the Bloomfield Volunteer Firefighters, a
bake sale and Chinese
Auction
sponsored
by Active Aging and
some other fun surprises.
July 2nd marks our
Annual Bike Parade
for kids and one of our
favorite events. We
will be meeting up at
Elmwood Park at 11
a.m.to ride down to
the Frog Pond where
a hot dog lunch and
prizes are on the agenda. Kids can decorate
their bicycles in a pa-
triotic theme to ring in eggs again and will to donate, we’d welall the Independence have our special guest, come that as well! DoDay events. No reg- the Easter Bunny stop- nations may be sent to
istration required and ping by for pictures. the Bloomfield Townthe event is free. Yes, Keep your eye out
there will be whistles! for specific times and
The Rec Board heads hours as the event
into fall with our An- draws closer.
nual Pumpkin Hunt at It will be a wonderful
the Township Build- season of fun for all of
ing on Shreve Ridge us on the Rec Board.
Rd. on Oct.22 at 6:30 Karen Brozell, Lacey
p.m. Our little pump- Maze and myself alkin hunters can dress ways look forward to
in costume and bring all the events and love
a flashlight and bag having volunteers! We
while they search for also invite anyone to
candy filled pump- attend our meetings on
kins on the ballfields. the second Monday of
Snacks and prizes will the month at the townfollow in the firehall.
ship building at 6 p.m.
Cookies with Santa We are always looking
will be taking place on for new board memDecember 3rd from 13 bers.Our Canadohta
at the township meet- Lake Queens come to
ing room. We will each event as do the
have Santa collecting members of the Union
Christmas lists and City Boy Scouts, helpcrafts for the kids ing out with events and
throughout the after- bringing a lot of fun
to everything that they
noon.
Our last event of the do. We are so grateseason is the Easter ful for all our volunEgg Hunt on the Sat- teer help. All of our
urday before Easter events will continue
in 2017. We will be to remain free and we
sprinkling the ball- hope to see you all at
fields with those thou- the events. If you can’t
sands of candy filled make it, but would like
ship Recreation Board,
22978 Shreve Ridge
Rd., Union City, PA
16438.
Thanks to everyone
for being so supportive
and attending events.
We’ll see you soon!
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Old Hotel Continued
old and Neva Burt.
They operated the tavern in the Inn for the
summers of 1969 and
1970. The building
that is now called “The
Backporch Grille” was
built in 1970 and the
tavern business was relocated there in 1971.
With the Inn now
vacated, my father
planned to convert it
into a duplex
rental cottage. Before
he got started he died
on April 29, 1971.
Bill Regina, from
Pittsburgh, an owner
of two cottages in the
Ruggles Park area,
and who was a good
friend and was going
to assist my father,
then took over and got
went on until Dick &
Diane Mason turned
over management of
the rink to Steve Robatzen in the early
1980’s
What a big part of
everyone’s lives the
Canadohta Roller Rink
and the Mason family
were, so much a part
of us growing up and
our great memories of
the lake.
Although
I’m sure the Mason
children
probably
didn’t realize when
they were growing up
in the family business,
just how much the rink
meant to everyone that
spent their childhoods
there, or even that it
was a historical landmark of the lake.
In the 1960’s Dick
& Diane Mason and
Olen & Sally Seidler
gave skating lessons
on Friday nights at 7.
The lessons stopped
for few years, then
Vi Merchang and her
family from Erie gave
lessons for a few years
in the early to mid
1970’s, they also gave
lessons in Erie and at
Findlay Lake.
Diane Mason and Sally Seidler started the
Canadettes sometime
between 1963 and
1965. The group was
composed of girls from
Canadohta Lake and
Union City. Due to
the novelty of march-
the job done.
but died unexpectedRentals in this building ly in August of 1981.
began in 1972.
After the death of my
Now widowed and mother, the property
with 17 rental units to became mine. I conmanage, my mother tinued to run the rental
found it just too de- business through the
manding. In 1974, she summer of 2002. I
sold the nine cottages was able to sell the six
on the road to Ken and water front cottages by
Janet Pfeil, who rented the summer of 2003.
the cottages ten years. The old boathouse
Now, the cottages are turned tavern, turned
individually
owned duplex was rented
and used as summer through the summer of
cottages.
2009.
In 1977, my moth- In the fall of 2009 it
er had the old hotel was also sold and then
property subdivided remodeled into a beauinto eight lots. Hence, tiful summer home.
the name became the I retained the house
“Anna Eisentrout Sub- and continue to live
division”. She planned there, and most likely
to sell each lot sepa- will be there the rest of
rately in the future, my life.
Car Cruise
August 20th 12pm-4pm
Canadohta Roller Rink
Doo-Wop August 20
7pm-10pm
Happi Jax
Roller Rink Continued
ing on skates, the It had continuous winCanadettes received dow flaps around the
invitations to many pa- sides, the front and
rades and traveled as back, so the building
far as Niagara Falls. could be opened like
The group started with a pavilion. The Malls
a homemade banner had added the entry
with white felt letters way and the signs that
for the first couple show in the old postyears, later replaced cards.
Steel siding
with a professional was installed on the
banner with printed outside of the buildblock letters, (you can ing in the mid 1960’s.
date any photos of the When updated with the
group by the banner.) steel siding only every
I remember that they other window opened.
participated in the The entry was partially
Canadohta Lake Pa- enclosed and the currade (it was on Circuit rent facade was built
Dr going past the park) in about 1973. Visitors
in 1968. Hope and used to be able to stand
Harry Newland former at the open windows in
owners of Canadohta front of rink and watch
Lake Park organized their friends and famithe parade and it was ly skate. There was a
quite an event, with small area just inside
many groups.
One the door where you
year when the Cana- could watch too. How
dettes participated in many times did you
the Meadville Jaycee’s stand there and check
Halloween Nighttime out who was skating?
Parade Diane’s son The rink was a social
Rick dressed up as a meeting place, generwitch and swooped ations of lake children
around the Canadettes skated there.
with a broom, on As the times and chilskates of course. The dren changed so did
group dissolved some- the Canadohta Roller
time around 1969 due Rink. The sound systo declining interest.
tem evolved from a
The Canadohta Roller finicky tube amplifier
Rink was originally and old microphone
sided with red Insul- to a solid state system,
brick (thick siding then to a state of the
made of asphalt that art sound system when
was popular in the the dance lighting was
early/mid 1900’s that installed in 1979. The
looked like red brick). music evolved from
100% recorded organ
music to popular music. Wooden wheels
on skates were the
most common in 1961
with some hard plastic wheels, by the end
of the 1960s urethane
wheels had started to
appear, practically all
wheels are urethane
today. In the 1960s
many rinks coated
their floors with urethane, but those early coatings took days
to dry and many had
problems with the
coating peeling loose.
Dick Mason invented
a process of spraying
a thin fog of urethane
on the floor every couple of months which
would dry overnight.
This gave better traction, protected the
floor from wear, and
reduced dust. Before
that, if the floor became slippery they
would sprinkle powdered resin on it and
there was allot of dust.
Rick said it was fun
growing up at the
lake in those years,
there was a regular
rotation of one and
two week renters who
came back year after
year and most of them
roller skated. Up until the late 1970’s and
early 1980’s; there
were many “Cottage
Courts”
(formerly known as Motor
Courts) at Canadohta still a place where the
Lake, where families children of Canadohta
rented cottages by the Lake and the surweek. Most of those rounding areas look
“Courts” were sold forward to going to
off individually when have fun, with family
the sewer system was and friends.
put in to protect the Every Saturday night
lake from seeping many of us summer
sewage. There were kids would walk up the
pinball machines (yes road to the Canadohta
pinball not video) and Roller Rink with our
a pool table to keep us skates over our shoulbusy. The snack bar ders.
We couldn’t
was always a favorite wait to see all of our
place to hang out, and friends, it was the
many kids were em- cool place to be, and
ployed there through- our parents knew it
out the years. It used was a safe place for
to have an outside en- us. They had couple
trance in the front that skates, reverse skates,
you could go in even if and for the really great
you were not skating. skater’s waltzes, we
There was a sign going did the Hokey Pokey
from the snack bar to and other fun skates.
skating
we
the rink, that said you After
must be on skates to would walk as a group
enter the rink. How across the road to the
many of you remem- Pal-O-Mine to meet up
ber rolling into the with our parents. We
snack bar on skates played games and sang
from the rink? (not to along to the old songs
mention rolling into (from our parent’s
time) with everyone as
the restrooms too!)
When Steve & Marge the piano player lead
Robatzen took over us. Ah - but that’s a
the Canadohta Roller story for another time.
Rink, the rink contin- My sincere thanks go
ued to evolve, in addi- out to the Mason famtion to Roller Skating ily especially Rick &
they held Teen Dances Cissy Mason for filling
there, and I remember in many of the blanks
one year they hosted and sharing their
the Miss Canadohta memories with all of
Pageant.
The rink us. I love our lake and
is even used today by its history!
a Roller Derby team
to practice. This is
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July 30th at 3pm - 5pm
Lake’s Original Putt-R-Golf
$40 for team of 2
$60 for teams of 4
T-Shirts to all who Participate if you register
no later than July 15. Prizes to be awarded!
Must be of legal driving age.
Play at your own risk
Email [email protected]
for registration forms.
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CHILDREN’S BIKE PARADE
July 2, Saturday, 11am
starts at Elmwood Beach
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Car Cruise
August 20th 12pm-4pm
Canadohta Roller Rink
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Central Catholic Row Team practices once a year
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Kids Fun Day 2015
was a HUGE SUCCESS! We had 63
kids today. They had
a blast participating
in a Potato Sac Race,
Frog Jumping contest,
water balloon tossing
contest, watermelon
eating contest, face
painting, with prizes
for everyone!
Special thank you to
the Frog Pond Restaurant for use of their
front yard and Pavilions & our community
members that orga-
nized and ran the Kids
Fun Day for CLABA!
We couldn’t pull off
all our events without
you: Shawn & Kristie Winter, John &
Jennifer Price, Jim
& Carla Torrelli, Bill
& Billie Jo Easterlin,
Pat Keys. And heartfelt thank you to the
following for all your
help:
Patty
Sommer
(clown), Jan Fisher,
Girls from Andomeda
House, Luke & Bonnie Pasaloff,
Josh
Shafer
Our Queens, and Mr.
Price (John’s father)
Gifts donations from:
CLABA, Pittsburgh
Steelers, The Original Canadohta Putt-RGolf
Food donations from:
Shawn & Kristie Winter
2016 Kids Fun Day
will be held on August 6, 2016 from 12 –
2pm at the Frog Pond
Pavillions
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Concert on the Lake
Ice Fishing
Bunny making
rounds to a home
near you, sign the
back and keep
passing her along
August 13, Saturday
Can-Do
Triathlon/Duathlon
by YMCA at Elmwood
Beach
Call Lisa Cox at
814-462-4175
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Business Directory
ART
Main Street Art Center
17 North Main
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 882-2675 – Martha Blair
814-651-3733 – Joy Luebbert
Email: [email protected]
Web Site: www.UnionCityArtCenter.org
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The Main Street Art Center is dedicated to teaching budding artists of all ages with classes for children and adults. We offer affordable classes in stained glass, drawing, painting, mosaics, fused glass
jewelry, basket making, & weaving on a variety of looms. We hold “Paint & Sip” events for fundraisers
or groups of friends. We can customize the perfect party for birthdays, and celebrations. Check our
website for events.
BEAUTY
Hair Design Studio
Stylist: Dailene Adams
64 North Main Street
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 438-2131
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Hair styles for the entire family at reasonable prices that won’t break you.
Hours:
Wednesday - Friday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Becky Glenn, Independent Jamberry Consultant
62 South Main St.
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 881-8332
Email: [email protected]
Webpage: www.beckyglenn.jamberry.com
Make Life Beautiful! Over 300 designs to create your own look.
Durable nail wraps last up to 2 weeks on fingers and 4 weeks on toes.
Hand care products, gorgeous colors of lacquers and gels.
Find your signature style in the comfort of your own home.
BOATING-SALES, SERVICE and RENTAL
Canadohta Lake Park - Frog Pond
35765 Circuit Drive
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2012
Web Page:  www.canadohtalake.org/frogpond.htm
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Pontoon rentals - Paddle boat rentals
Lloyd’s Cottages
24431 Lakeview Drive
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2402
Email: [email protected]
Web Page: www.lloydscottagespa.com/
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Renting:
• Pontoon boats
• Kayaks
• Stand up paddleboard
Open May - October
Pier 66 Lakefront Cottages, Boat Rentals &Repairs
36053 Lake Street - At the foot of Lake Street--Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2020 
Email:[email protected]
Web Page: www.canadohtalakepier66.com
Boat & motor repairs, Pontoon, boat, canoe & motor rentals, hourly, daily, or weekly. Boat accessories, boat furniture, boat tops. Special fall-spring rates. Also, Lakefront cottages for rent-sleeps 4-8.
Weekly preferred, nightly if available. 9 family cottages with boat, dock & fire ring. Special fall and
spring rates.
Cottages open all year.
CAMPGROUNDS
Canadohta Lake Park-Frog Pond
35765 Circuit Drive
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2012
Web Page:  www.canadohtalake.org/frogpond.htm
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Full-hookup seasonal camping. Dock & cottage rental, Pontoon, paddle boats & pavilion rentals.
Water slide, sandy beach, Rain drop water umbrella, swings and slides.
Higby’s Campground
24360 Lakeview Drive
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-3050
Fax: (814) 694-3040
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.canadohtalakecamping.com
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Open Memorial Day to Labor Day. 30 x 60 in-ground pool, game room, docking area. Primitive to full
hook up sites available, firewood sales. Campground rates as low as $18.00. Annual Camp Picnic is
fun for all ages.  Cabin and cottage rentals also available. Cabins are fully furnished excluding towels
and linens. Picnic table & fire ring with initial firewood. Cable TV & DVD players. On-site parking.
Pets allowed with pre-approval and fee. Rentals include daily pool passes at our 30x60 in-ground
pool & access to the game room.  Docking available & use of our large lakefront.  Check out our
website for pictures & more information.
CAR WASH
Canadohta Lake Laundromat & Car Wash, Inc
35441 Circuit Drive
Union City, PA 16438
Email: [email protected]
All brand new high efficiency machines!
Laundromat - Open 7 days a week from 7am – 9pm
Car Wash – Open 24 hrs a day
CHURCHES
Lincolnville Baptist Church
22530 Mill Street
Lincolnville, PA 16404
(814) 694-2196  (814) 694-2512
www.lincolnvillebaptist.org
Reverend Gary Freel
Sunday: Worship Service 10:30am-11:30am
Sunday School 9:30am-10:15am
Youth Group 6:00pm -7:30 pm
Kidz Kamp (Vacation Bible School) at the CHURCH
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When: Sunday, July 20th -Tuesday July 22nd 2014, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Contact (814) 694-2196 for pre-registration or for more information.
Gathering at the Gazebo Services-Sunday evenings 6:30pm – 8:00 pm May 25th- August 31, 2014
Our Lady of Fatima Chapel
36198 Lake Road
Union City, PA  16438
(814) 694-3494
Website: www.st-teresa-unioncity.org/
Roman Catholic Liturgy all year Sunday 9:15am
Memorial Day and 4th of July Holidays Saturday at 6pm
Pastor Reverend F. Thomas Suppa
Golf Balls from Heaven Chicken Dinner and Golf Outing / helicopter Rides.
Sponsored by St. Teresa of Avila & Union City City Country Club
Sunday, August 21, 2016 at Union City Country Club
Visit our website for more information.
United Methodist Churches
Pastor: Barry Weyant
Parsonage 654-7951
Union City – 438-3431
Centerville – 654-7102
Church Services
Riceville Worship – 8:30 am
Union City Worship – 9:45 am
Centerville Worship – 11:15 am
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
American Legion LeBaron Post 237
9225 Route 6 Union City, PA 16438
814-438-2312
email: [email protected]
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The LeBaron Post of the American Legion is a non-profit veteran’s service organization dedicated to
assisting America’s wartime veterans. Post 237 is also dedicated to serving our community by supporting local patriotic events, school sports & other activities. Legion programs for all that promote
the American way of life. The post has Legionnaires, Women’s Auxiliary Unit & Sons of the American
Legion Squadron. Members also have access to medical equipment such as hospital beds, walkers,
wheel chairs, etc. loaned free of charge.
Canadohta Lake Senior Center
Active Aging located at Bloomfield Township Building
22978 Shreve Ridge Road
Union City, PA 16438
814-336-1792 or Toll Free: (800) 321-7705
Web Site: www.activeaging.org/senior-ceters/meadville
Email: [email protected]
• The Canadohta Senior Center is located in the Bloomfield Township Building on Shreve Ridge near
the town of Lincolnville, PA
• There is ample parking and ease of accessibility to the meeting room.
• There are special healthy, educational, fun programs scheduled frequently as well as seasonal and
holiday activity.
• Nutritious meals are served each Friday, with reservations made two days in advance for a suggested $2.00 donation and bus transportation is available.
• Come join us on Fridays from 9:30am – 1:30pm
• We’d enjoy having you!.
Crawford County Convention & Visitors Bureau
16709 Conneaut Lake Road
Meadville, PA 16335
(814) 333-1258   1-800-332-2338 fax (814) 333-9032
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.visitcrawford.org
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We are the official Visitors Bureau for Crawford County. We feature brochures for Crawford County
attraction, accommodations, events, camping, golf and trails. We also have information on PA Great
Lakes Region, Route 6 Tourist Association and other counties in the State of Pennsylvania. For the
most up-to-date events, attractions, fairs and festivals go to www.visitcrawford.org. We also carry trail
maps, road maps and driving tours. Stop by our Lobby Gift Shoppe, we feature our member’s goods
and you can pick up a souvenir. Visit our website for all current events, attractions and maps to our
members. Call for more tourist information.
Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce
202 W. Central Avenue
Titusville, PA 16354
(814) 827-2941  
Fax (814) 827-2914
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.titusvillechamber.com
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Your nearby resource for area suppliers and services plus plenty of oil heritage, tourism, attractions,
and recreational opportunities. Supporting local business, industry, tourism, civics, the arts, and oil
heritage in the Titusville area for more than 126 years.
CONTRACTORS
Jamie Gonzales Landscaping & Construction
Cell: 814-392-3598
Home: 814-694-9511
Email: [email protected]
• Home Remodeling
• Lawn Maintenance
Jay Gill Plumbing & Heating
24924 State Hwy 89
Spartansburg, PA 16434
(814) 654-7624
Website: http://www.jaygillplumbingheating.com
Email: mailto:[email protected]
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Air Conditioning – Heating Equipment – Sump Pumps – Water Heaters – Drain Cleaning
Septic Location – Water Pumps, Factory Trained Technicians
Installation, Service, & Repair on Most Major Makes & Models
Fully Insured – Bonded, Free Estimates on New Installations, Credit Cards Accepted.
ZAP Electric
Glenwood Street
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 882-7731
Don’t get zapped by the competition
Licensed and Insured
Residential, Commercial, and Industrial
PA015860
CONVENIENCE STORES
Sally’s Place On the Lake
24129 Lakeview Drive, Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-9622
Web Page: http://www.canadohtalake.org/sallys.htm
E-mail: [email protected]
Souvenirs & Gifts - T-shirts - beach supplies - Kid’s Candy - Mini Market - Baked goods every Sat.Camping supplies - Fishing equipment & supplies & bait - Ice - Propane exchange - Video rentals 
Mem. Day & after open 8am–10pm. Also have a year-round cottage rental with a full kitchen, Bar-B-Q
Grill, large shaded deck, large TV with cable & DVD system, Wi-Fi, central heating system & air conditioning. Contact Sally’s Place for any information
Hennigh’s Discount Outlet & Wholesale Warehouse & Auction
35033 Lake Road Centerville, PA 16404
(814) 694-2606 fax (814) 694-2607
Website: www.auctionzip.com
AuctionZip Auctioneer ID#6426 - Tom Hennigh Auctioneer
Email: [email protected]
Discount outlet sells groceries, tools, toys, office supplies, gifts & more!
Located 1/2 mile west of Happi Jax on the left.
Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm
ENTERTAINMENT
The Bear Inn
36009 Lake Road, Canadohta Lake, Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2602
Full Menu
Friday’s All You Can Eat Fish Dinner
Friday & Saturday’s – The best Prime Rib Dinner around, also enjoy Fish Dinner & BBQ Ribs on both
days or just come for the entertainment whether it’s a DJ or Band on the weekends.
Smoking is allowed!
So Please No CUBS under 18 allowed.
Hours:
Monday – Friday: 11am – 2:30am
Saturday- Sunday: 8am – 2:30am (Breakfast served 8-11am)
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Canadohta Lake Park – Frog Pond
35765 Circuit Drive, Canadohta Lake, Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2012
Web Page: www.canadohtalake.org/frogpond.htm
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Full-hookup seasonal camping, dock rentals, year-round cottage rental, pontoon & pedal boat rentals,
pavilion rentals, water slide, sandy beach, raindrop water umbrella, swings & slide. Full restaurant &
bar open year-round. Lee on the keyboard Sat. nights
Canadohta’s Original Putt-R-Golf & Driving Range
35943 Lake Road, Canadohta Lake, Union City, PA 16438
Number One in Family Fun! Visit our Arrowhead Souvenir and Shirt Shop for the best selection of
Canadohta Lake Shirts and Hoodies. Watch for our helicopter and pony rides!
Canadohta Roller Rink
36046 Lake Road, Canadohta Lake, Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-3608
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Open year-round
Inline & quad skates for rent.
Hours:
Fri night 7:30pm-10:00pm
Sat night 7:30pm-11:00pm
Sat & Sun afternoons 2pm-4pm
Available for birthdays, scouts, etc. Call for reservations & more information
DJ Brian
(814) 732-0351
Email: [email protected]
Web Site: www.DJBrian.biz
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DJ Brian Silvis is the area’s best choice for music and entertainment for wedding ceremonies and receptions, anniversaries, reunions, parties, corporate events and birthdays. My goal is to ensure that
your event goes smoothly from start to finish and your guests have fun and make lasting memories.
Visit my website for more information.
Friends of Drake Well, Inc
205 Museum Lane
Titusville, PA 16354
(814) 824-2797
Email: [email protected]
Web Site: www.drakewell.org
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Drake Well Museum tells the story of the beginning of the modern oil industry with orientation videos,
exhibits, operating oil field machinery, and historic buildings in a park setting. Visitors enjoy a variety
of special events, educational programs, membership, volunteer, and shopping experiences on site.
Recreational opportunities provide family adventure when combined with Oil Creek State Park bike
and hiking trails which begin at the museum. Picnic pavilions, fishing, and canoeing on Oil Creek, and
a ride on the Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad are also available.
Main Street Art Center
17 North Main Street
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 651-3733
Email: [email protected]
Web Page: www.unioncityartcenter.org
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The Main Street Art Center is dedicated to teaching budding artists of all ages with classes for children and adults. We offer affordable classes in stained glass, drawing, painting, mosaics, fused glass
jewelry, basket making, & weaving on a variety of looms. We hold “Paint & Sip” events for fundraisers
or groups of friends. We can customize the perfect party for birthdays, and celebrations. Check our
website for events.
Union City Country Club & Restaurant
9400 Club Road
Union City, PA 16438
Pro Shop 814-438-2810 Clubhouse Restaurant 814-438-7892
Website: www.unioncitygolfclub.com
Email: [email protected]
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Relax after your round on our new deck overlooking the golf course at the Clubhouse Restaurant.
Open to the public, call for hours and daily specials. Full service bar. Call restaurant for reservations
or to book parties, banquets, receptions, etc. 814-438-7892
18-Hole Public Golf Course-Call Pro Shop 438-2810 for tee times.
18 holes with a cart $30 every day. Senior rate $21 Mon-Friday Well-equipped pro shop.
3 miles south of Union City off of Route 8. Check out our website for information & coupons.
ELECTRICAN
ZAP Electric
Glenwood Street
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 882-7731
Don’t get zapped by the competition
Licensed and Insured
Residential, Commercial, and Industrial
PA015860
FINANCIAL SERVICES
Anderson’s Bookkeeping Services
35465 Circuit Dr. Apt.4
Canadohta Lake
Union City PA 16438
Phone: 814-688-7170
Email: [email protected]
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Keep doing what you love. We’ll keep finding ways to save you money. Bookkeeping services for
small business and individuals. Pick up and delivery.
FOOD/DINING/ALCOHOL
The Bear Inn
36009 Lake Road
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2602
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Full Menu
Friday’s All You Can Eat Fish Dinner
Friday & Saturday’s – The best Prime Rib Dinner around, also enjoy Fish Dinner & BBQ Ribs on both
days or just come for the entertainment whether it’s a DJ or Band on the weekends.
Smoking is allowed!
So Please No CUBS under 18 allowed.
Hours:
Monday – Friday: 11am – 2:30am
Saturday- Sunday: 8am – 2:30am (Breakfast served 8-11am)
Canadohta’s Backporch Grille
35771 Danner Drive Canadohta Lake, Union City, PA 1638
(814) 694-2153
www.backporchgrille.com
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Family friendly atmosphere with family friendly prices. Proudly serving Miller’s pizza from Waterford,
great wings, subs, burgers, and daily specials. Serving all legal beverages.
The Frog Pond Restaurant
35765 Circuit Drive, Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
Web Page: http://www.canadohtalake.org/frogpond.htm
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Full restaurant & bar open year-round. Fresh seafood & live lobsters. Excellent prime rib & steaks
plus a full menu. Daily specials. Live entertainment year-round every Sat 7pm - 11pm Lee on the
keyboard.
Summer hours: Memorial Day - Labor Day
Monday-Saturday 11am-Midnight
Sunday 9AM-Midnight
Sunday Breakfast Buffet 9AM-1PM  
Winter hours: Labor Day - Memorial Day
 Closed Mon-Wed
Open: Thurs & Fri 4pm- 11pm
Saturday 11am - Midnight
Sunday 9am-Midnight
Sunday Breakfast Buffet 9AM-1PM  
Happi Jax
35725 Lake Road, Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2064
Email: [email protected]
Web Page: http://www.canadohtalake.org/happijax.htm
A treasured Lake Landmark! Celebrating our 62nd year serving Canadohta Lake!!
Perry’s Ice Cream, sandwiches, pizza, subs, wings, & more! Stop & see us for your favorite ice cream
treat or a tasty meal. Open 7 Days a week. Call-in orders are always welcome.
JJ’s Retro Eatery
16411 Route 8,
Union City, PA 16438
(Right in front of the elementary school)
814-438-7887
Email: [email protected]
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“1950’S STYLE DINOR”
RETRO TO GO….FULL MENU CALL
Full menu serving breakfast all day along with a full Dinner menu and Daily specials!
Hours of Business:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday & Wednesday 8am-3:30
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Thursday: 8am-8pm
Friday & Saturday 8am-8pm
Sunday: 8am-3:30
Union City Country Club & Restaurant
9400 Club Road
Union City, PA 16438
Pro Shop 814-438-2810   Clubhouse Restaurant 814-438-7892
Website:  www.unioncitygolfclub.com
Email:[email protected]
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Relax after your round on our new deck overlooking the golf course at the Clubhouse Restaurant.
Open to the public, call for hours and daily specials. Full service bar. Call restaurant for reservations
or to book parties, banquets, receptions, etc. 814-438-7892
18-Hole Public Golf Course-Call Pro Shop 438-2810 for tee times.
18 holes with a cart $30 every day. Senior rate $21 Mon-Friday Well-equipped pro shop.
3 miles south of Union City off of Route 8. Check out our website for information & coupons.
FURNITURE, INTERIOR DÉCOR & BEDDING
Hennigh’s Discount Outlet & Wholesale Warehouse & Auction
35033 Lake Road
Centerville, PA 16404
(814) 694-2606 fax (814) 694-2607
Website: www.auctionzip.com
AuctionZip Auctioneer ID#6426 - Tom Hennigh Auctioneer
Email: [email protected]
Discount outlet sells groceries, tools, toys, office supplies, gifts & more!
Located 1/2 mile west of Happi Jax on the left.
Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm
Wholesale auction every Mon at 10am.
Wholesale open Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
The Mattress Den
35805 Lake Road
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2041
Email: [email protected]
Web Page: www.mattress-den.com
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Large selection of Affordable, Quality Mattresses made in the U.S.A. Twin to King and everything
In-Between. 2 Sided, Plush, Firm, Pillow Top, Euro Top Foam encased, Pocket Coil, Memory foam
and cool Reflections Gel. We also carry Sheets Sets, Pillows, Blankets, Mattress protector and bed
frames.
Scentsy – Debbie McKillop – Independent Consultant
125 Elwood Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
(412) 298-6175 or cell (412) 298-6175
Website: www.Debssenses.scentsy.us
Email: [email protected]
Scentsy warmers melt your favorite wax scent with the heat of a low watt light bulb safely with no
flame, smoke, or soot. More than 80 scents to choose from. Start your own Scentsy business for only
$99! Simply visit www.DebsScentses.scentsy.us
GOLF
Canadohta’s Original Putt-R-Golf & Driving Range
35943 Lake Road
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(888) 537-9155
Number One in Family Fun! Visit our Arrowhead Souvenir and Shirt Shop for the best selection of
Canadohta Lake Shirts and Hoodies. Watch for our helicopter and pony rides!
Union City Country Club & Restaurant
9400 Club Road
Union City, PA 16438
Pro Shop 814-438-2810 Clubhouse Restaurant 814-438-7892
Website: www.unioncitygolfclub.com
Email: [email protected]
Relax after your round on our new deck overlooking the golf course at the Clubhouse Restaurant.
Open to the public, call for hours and daily specials. Full service bar. Call restaurant for reservations
or to book parties, banquets, receptions, etc. 814-438-7892
18-Hole Public Golf Course-Call Pro Shop 438-2810 for tee times.
18 holes with a cart $30 every day. Senior rate $21 Mon-Friday Well-equipped pro shop.
3 miles south of Union City off of Route 8. Check out our website for information & coupons.
HEATING/COOLING/PLUMBING
Jay Gill Plumbing & Heating
24924 State Hwy 89
Spartansburg, PA 16434
(814) 654-7624
Website: jagillplumbingheating.com
Email: [email protected]
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Air Conditioning – Heating Equipment – Sump Pumps – Water Heaters – Drain Cleaning
Septic Location – Water Pumps, Factory Trained Technicians
Installation, Service, & Repair on Most Major Makes & Models
Fully Insured – Bonded, Free Estimates on New Installations, Credit Cards Accepted.
HORSEBACK RIDING & HAYRIDES
Knapp Farm
43778 Thompson Run Road Titusville, PA 16354
(814) 827-1092
Website: www.theknappfarm.com
Email: [email protected]
OPEN ALL YEAR!! Horseback Trail Riding, Horse drawn Hayrides, Winter Bobsled rides, Hunting,
Bird dog training, Bed & Breakfast plus many special activity packages. Activities for hunters, anglers,
horse lovers & those who love to relax in the country. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express accepted.
HUNTING
Knapp Farm
43778 Thompson Run Road Titusville, PA 16354
(814) 827-1092
Website: www.theknappfarm.com
Email: [email protected]
OPEN ALL YEAR!! We hunt pheasant, chuckar, Hungarian partridge, bobwhite quail, wild turkey &
deer. We offer bird dog training. Horseback Trail Riding, Horse-drawn Hayrides, Winter Bobsled rides,
Bed & Breakfast plus many special activity packages. A registered Pennsylvania century farm dating
back to 1813. The farm consists of 1000+ acres for our guest’s entertainment. Activities for hunters,
anglers, horse lovers & those who love to relax in the country. Visa, MasterCard, Discover & American
Express accepted.
INSURANCE
Duane Jackson Insurance, Inc
24870 State Highway 8 Union City, PA 16438.
(814) 694-2644 or (800)522-8815 fax (814) 694-2646
Email: [email protected]
Local independent agency offering all lines of insurance. Erie Insurance, Progressive, Prudential,
Mutual of Omaha, Millville Mutual, Farmers Mutual, Foremost, Highmark, Health America & more.
Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30AM - 5PM Saturday & evenings by appointment. Closed Sunday
LAWN CARE/LANDSCAPING
Jamie Gonzales Landscaping & Construction
Cell: 814-392-3598
Home: 814-694-9511
Email:[email protected]
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LAUNDROMAT
Canadohta Lake Laundromat & Carwash, Inc
35441 Circuit Drive Union City, PA 16438
Email: [email protected]
All new start of the art equipment
Laundromat - Open 7 days a week from 7am – 9pm
Carwash – Open 24 hrs a day
Union City Coin Laundry
27 East High Street
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 438-3011
Under New Management!
Open Daily: 7am – 7pm
More washers and dryers. Regular washers only $1.50 per load.
The new large Capacity washing machine is great for bedding and costs you just $5.00 a load
MACHINING/FABRICATING/CASTINGS
Therma Fab Inc.
405 S. Franklin St
PO Box 345
Titusville, PA 16354
(814) 827-9455
Web Page: www.thermafab.com
Email: [email protected]
Castings, Fabrications, Machining and Industrial Patterns (Ferrous & non-Ferrous Alloys)
PHARMACY
Union City Pharmacy
16395 Route 8 Union City, PA 16438
(814) 438-7570
Email: [email protected]
Web Site: www.stores.healthmart.com/UnionCityPharmacy
Prompt professional service. We accept most major health insurance plans. Emergency after-hours
service is available. Tom Reichert, Owner/Pharmacist
Hours:
Mon Tue Wed Fri 9am-6pm
Thursday 9am-7:00pm
Saturday 9am-1:30pm
Closed Sundays & Holidays
PLUMBING
Jay Gill Plumbing & Heating
24924 State Hwy 89
Spartansburg, PA 16434
(814) 654-7624
Website: jagillplumbingheating.com
Email: [email protected]
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Air Conditioning – Heating Equipment – Sump Pumps – Water Heaters – Drain Cleaning
Septic Location – Water Pumps, Factory Trained Technicians
Installation, Service, & Repair on Most Major Makes & Models
Fully Insured – Bonded, Free Estimates on New Installations, Credit Cards Accepted.
PRINTING
Drake Printing Co, Inc.
204 W. Central Avenue, PO Box 428
Titusville, PA 16354
(814) 827-4641 or (800) 898-4641
Fax: (814) 827-4642
Email: [email protected]
Full Service Commercial Printing & Specialty Advertising
PROPANE
Lictus Oil and Propane
8799 West Main Street Clymer, NY 14724
(716) 355-6363 or (800) 723-9213
Web Page:  www.lictusoilandpropane.com
E-mail:  [email protected]
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Family owned and operated since 1960.
Delivering Oil and Propane
Buying plans available for price protection
Service to Northwestern PA for 56 years
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Sally’s Place On the Lake
24129 Lakeview Drive
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-9622
Web Page: http://www.canadohtalake.org/sallys.htm
E-mail: [email protected]
Souvenirs & Gifts - T-shirts - beach supplies - Kid’s Candy - Mini Market - Baked goods every Sat.Camping supplies - Fishing equipment & supplies & bait - Ice - Propane exchange - Video rentals
Mem. Day & after open 8am–10pm. Also have a year-round cottage rental with a full kitchen, BarB-Q Grill, large shaded deck, large TV with cable & DVD system, Wi-Fi, central heating system & air
conditioning.
RADIO
Canadohta Community Radio Group
814-732-0359
Email: [email protected]
www.canadohtaradio.org
Canadohta Lake’s Radio Station is on the radio! Tune your radio to 105.7FM for music and information! Visit our website to learn all about it!
LEGAL: The Canadohta Community Radio Group announces that Non-Profit Corporation
status has been granted to it organization by the department of State in the
Commonwealth of PA on September 23, 2013. The purpose of the organization is to educate the
community on a variety of issues via a FCC Licensed LPFM Radio Station.
REAL ESTATE
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services
Billie Jo Easterlin, Realtor ®
Erie Airport Office
Pittsburgh Office
4248 West 12th Street 2400 Leechburg Rd, Suite 101
Erie, PA 16505
New Kensington, PA 15068
Office (814) 833-1000 ext.321
Office: (724) 339-4000 x235
Fax (814) 833-3332 Fax: (724) 339-2888
Cell: 724-331-2341
Website:  www.BillieJoEasterlin.com
Email:  [email protected]
7.4 Million sold in 2015
Advertising in Pittsburgh & in Erie. Provides weekly updates.
Full service real estate company. Some homes feature our 100% Money Back Guarantee. Full Time
Real Estate Agent specializing in Canadohta Lake area. Call or email to receive updates on what is
currently listed and coming to the market. Licensed Real Estate Agent for over 11 years. Our family
has owned property at the lake since before I was born. Call for References.
• 2011-2015 Top Producing Agent for Allegheny Valley Office.
• Voted 5 Star Real Estate Agent for 2010-2013 by Pittsburgh Magazine.
• National Sales Excellence,
• Ranked among top 1% Realtors in the USA.
• Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE).
• Residential Relocation Specialist (RRS).
• GREEN Designation
• PA License RS287377
RENTALS – Seasonal or Year Round
Butler’s Lake View Cottages
24415 Lakeview Drive Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 739-9327 cell 814-392-2614
Mailing Address:
Butler’s Lake View Cottages
8700 Haskell Hill Road
Wattsburg, PA 16442
Email: [email protected]
Web Page: http://www.canadohtalake.org/butlers.htm
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• Two & three-bedroom lakefront cottages. two have air conditioning
• One-bedroom air conditioned lakeside cottage.
• Huge 2 bedroom lakeside cottage with extra-large lot.
• Year-round rental. All cottages have fully equipped kitchens.
• Cable TV with HBO & DVD player.
• WiFi at Butler’s Palace.
• Yard with a fire ring & picnic table.
• Pedal boat at lakefront.
• Fishing dock & rowboat with lake front rental.
• MasterCard and Visa
Canadohta Lake Park - Frog Pond
35765 Circuit Drive
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2012
Web Page: www.canadohtalake.org/frogpond.htm
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• Year-Round luxury lakefront cottage for 2.
• Air Conditioned, heated floor, Microwave, Refrigerator, outdoor grill, Coffeemaker, dishes, etc.
• TV/VCR/DVR, linens included
• NO PETS.  
• Pontoon available for extra fee.
Hedderman Cottages
Canadohta Lake
Mailing Address:
1903 W. 8th Street PMB 213
Erie, PA  16505
(814) 873-3836
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://heddermancottages.com
Prime location on Elmwood Inlet of Canadohta Lake.
• Year-round rentals sleeping 14 total.
• Side-by-side cottages are ideal for your next family gathering, get-together with friends, or celebration weekend.
• Modern kitchens complete with all appliances, microwave, coffeemaker, dishes, cookware & dishwashers!
• Cable TV, VCR/DVD players, fire pits, picnic table, private dock
• Ample parking.
• Public Park & beach across bridge.
Higby’s Campground & Cottage Rental
24360 Lakeview Drive
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
Phone: (814) 694-3050
Fax: (814) 694-3040
Toll Free: (800) 869-7897
Website: www.canadohtalakecamping.com
Email: [email protected]
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• Cottages and Cabins sleep up to 6.
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• Fully furnished excluding towels and linens.
• Picnic table & fire ring with initial firewood.
• TV and DVD players with cable.
• On-site parking.
• Pets allowed with pre-approval and fee.
• Rentals include daily pool passes at our 30x60 in-ground pool & access to the game room.
• Docking available and use of our large lakefront.
• Check out our website for pictures & more information.
Hoover Cottage Rentals
Canadohta Lake
(814) 323-4265
Email: [email protected]
Web Site: http://hoovercottagerentals.com
Mailing Address:
PO Box 204
East Springfield, PA 16411-0204
• Two charming remodeled cottages are your ticket to serenity.  
• All completely furnished-fully-equipped kitchens, microwave, cable TV, VCR/DVD player, washer,
dryer & outdoor fire pit with firewood!
• Sunrise Inn has a dishwasher.  
• Renters required to bring own linens (owners supply blankets & pillows).  
• Accommodations for sleeping up to 6 people!  
• Rates start at $625 Weekly - $115 nightly (plus $50 cleaning). 
• Year-round rentals.  
• Minimum 2-day rental.  
• NO PETS!  NO SMOKING INSIDE!
Knapp Farm
43778 Thompson Run Road
Titusville, PA 16354
(814) 827-1092
Website:  www.theknappfarm.com
Email:  [email protected]
• OPEN ALL YEAR!!
• Bed & Breakfast plus many special activity packages
• Horseback Trail Riding, Horse drawn Hayrides,
• Winter Bobsled rides
• Hunting
• Bird dog training
• Activities for hunters, anglers, horse lovers & those who love to relax in the country.
• Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express accepted.
Lloyd’s Cabins
Canadohta Lake
24412 Lakeview Drive
Union City, PA 16438
(321) 362-8331
Email: [email protected]
Web Page: www.canadohtalake.org/lloydcabins.htm
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• Lakeview 2 & 3 Bedroom
• Fully equipped & furnished Cottages for Rent with Microwave & TV/DVD
• Reasonable Rates
• Close to lake
• Row boat included: motors available
• Firewood provided
Lloyd’s Cottages
24431 Lakeview Drive
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
Mailing address:
36184 Dutch Hill Road
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2402
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Web Site: www.lloydscottagespa.com
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• Two & three bedroom lakefront cottages.
• Fully furnished except towels, linens & blankets. 
• Picnic table, fire ring & 12’aluminum rowboat included.
• Dock area for fishing 
• Pontoon boat, kayaks, & stand up paddleboard rentals also available.
• Open May - October
Pier 66 Lakefront Cottages, Boat Rentals & Repairs
36053 Lake Street - At the foot of Lake Street--Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2020
Email: [email protected]
Web Page: http:[email protected]
• Lakefront cottages for rent-sleeps 4-8.
• Weekly preferred, nightly if available.
• 9 family cottages with boat, dock & fire ring.
• Special fall and spring rates.
• Cottages open all year.
• Boat & motor repairs
• Pontoon, boat, canoe & motor rentals, hourly, daily, or weekly. Boat accessories, boat furniture, boat
tops.
• Special fall-spring rates
Swann Inn
36091 Pine St Canadohta Lake Union City, PA 16438
(814) 456-4745 
Email:[email protected]
Web Page:  http://www.canadohtalake.org/swanninn.htm
Absolutely Beautiful! SWANN INN: Lakeview of Canadohta on double lot. ½ hour from Peek ‘n Peek
Resort and 45 minutes from Erie; Sleeps at least 6 adults
Our lovely totally renovated cottage includes
• 3 bedrooms, 1 bath
• Large great room, with a gas fireplace and HGTV, and a lovely enclosed porch with big lake view windows.
• Fully equipped kitchen includes microwave, dishwasher, and basic spices.
• Washer & Dryer included.
• Bedrooms: 2 queen-sized beds and one day bed that pulls out to make 2 twins.
• Iron and hair dryer
• Yard includes a fire pit, grill, and 2 picnic tables.
• VERY CLEAN
Proprietors: Sue and Ted Wills 814-456-4745
Rates: $675 per week plus $50 cleaning fee.
Holiday week: $700 plus $50 cleaning fee
Open May 15th – Labor Day Weekend
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Wilson’s Cottage Rental
23865 Second Avenue
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-3018
Email: [email protected]
Web Page: www.canadohtalake.org/wilsons.htm
Corner of First Avenue and Plaza Point
• Modernized, fully equipped all season year round cottage with A/C
• Max Capacity 4 adults
• Large Deck and yard.
• 1 block from lake.
• Satellite TV, Wireless Internet
• No Pets
tions or Comments email us.
Hours:
Tuesday thru Friday 9-5
Saturday 9-2
Sally’s Place On the Lake
24129 Lakeview Drive
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-9622
Web Page: http://www.canadohtalake.org/sallys.htm
E-mail:  [email protected]
Souvenirs & Gifts - T-shirts - beach supplies - Kid’s Candy - Mini Market - Baked goods every Sat.Camping supplies - Fishing equipment & supplies & bait - Ice - Propane exchange - Video rentals 
Mem. Day & after open 8am–10pm. Also have a year-round cottage rental with a full kitchen, BarB-Q Grill, large shaded deck, large TV with cable & DVD system, Wi-Fi, central heating system & air
conditioning.
SHOPPING
Art of the Hunt
23533 Glenwood St.
Union City, PA 16438
814-795-1534
• Selling used household items and cottage decor.
• Shed, garage and house clean outs.
• No job is too small
Give me a call, Jim Donnell at 814-795-1534.
SECURITY
Canadohta Security
Phone: 814-315-3058
Email: [email protected]
Canadohta Security provides residential and business services, which include: cameras, access control and alarm systems
Arrowhead Gift Shop at Canadohta’s Original Putt-R-Golf & Driving Range
35943 Lake Road
Canadohta Lake
Union City, PA 16438
(888) 537-9177
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Number One in Family Fun! Visit our Arrowhead Souvenir and Shirt Shop for the best selection of
Canadohta Lake Shirts and Hoodies.
• Watch for our helicopter rides on July 30th at 11 am
• Pony rides on May 29th from 1pm to 3pm and on July 4th fro 1pm to 3pm!
Hennigh’s Discount Outlet & Wholesale Warehouse & Auction
35033 Lake Road
Centerville, PA  16404
(814) 694-2606 fax (814) 694-2607
Website:  www.auctionzip.com
AuctionZip Auctioneer ID#6426 - Tom Hennigh Auctioneer
Email:  [email protected]
Discount outlet sells groceries, tools, toys, office supplies, gifts & more!
Located 1/2 mile west of Happi Jax on the left.
Hours:  Mon-Sat 9am-5pm
Memory Lane Jewelers
211 Grant Street
Saegertown, PA 16433
(814) 763-4916
Website:  www.memorylanejewelers.com
Email:  [email protected]
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Located directly behind the Saegertown Plaza, this remodeled feed mill offers not only a welcoming,
charming atmosphere but a wide variety of custom made and pre-set jewelry selections. Jon and
Kevin, as well as their entire staff, pride themselves in unparalleled customer service. New this year
is The Gift Shop at Memory Lane Jewelers and The Boutique at Memory Lane Jewelers. Stop in
and browse through our many items for birthdays, anniversaries, shower gifts, wedding gifts or treat
yourself.
In store jewelry repair, Diamonds and Gemstones, Diamond Engagement Rings, Custom Design,
Gold Chains, Buying Gold and Silver, Class Rings, and Gifts. All work done on premises.
Let us find or design the piece of your dreams! Call, visit, or make an evening appointment. For Ques-
Real Estate Mortgage Title Insurance
Erie Airport
Pittsburgh
814-833-1000 724-339-4000
TOWNSHIP
Bloomfield Township
22978 Shreve Ridge Road
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 694-2611
Email: [email protected]
Office hours Mon-Fri 7am-5pm
Chairperson: Andy Mason (814) 694-3275
Vice Chairperson: Stanley (814) 694-3153
Road Supervisor: Dan Gourley (814) 438-3815
Zoning Officer - Rick Makohus cell (814) 392-1864
Email: [email protected]
Building Inspector: Bloomfield Township Rick Makohus
Secretary: Marge Robatzen
Lake Authority (814) 694-2611   Email: [email protected]:  www.BTMLA.com
Sewer Authority (814) 694-3409   Email: [email protected]
Tax Collector
Christine   (814) 694-3132
23391 Maple Grove Rd
Union City, PA  16438
Saturdays 10:00am – 2:00pm
Other Hours by appointment only
Bloomfield Township Clean-up Day – June 4, 2016
     Township Building on Shreve Ridge Road.
     Cost: Donation.
     Hours:  8am-4pm Saturday
     No tires, refrigerators, paint, batteries, nothing with Freon
Bloomfield Township Meetings:
Bloomfield Township Building
     Township Supervisors - 1st Tuesday at 7:30pm
     Sewer Authority - 3rd Tuesday at 7:30pm
     Recreation Board – 2nd Wednesday at 6:30pm
     Lake Authority - 2nd Monday at 7;00pm
     Planning Commission - 3rd Monday at 7:00pm
Check web page for other information:  www.canadohtalake.org/Businesses/Twp.htm
Bloomfield Township Municipal Lake Authority - BTMLA
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Billie Jo Easterlin
Realtor & Resort Specialist
Office: 814-835-2502
Cell: 724-331-2341
Multi-Million $ Producer
[email protected]
Advertising in Pittsburgh and Erie!
Market is HOT! Homes I’ve SOLD 2015 – Spring 2016
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22978 Shreve Ridge Road
Union City, PA 16438
Phone: 814-827-2941 or 814-671-8911
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Our mission is to assure the water quality of Canadohta Lake by continuing the lake treatment and
required testing.  In addition; we are working on other community projects such as helping public recreational  areas around the lake. Our only source of revenue is by donation. Your continued support
does make a difference.  Let’s protect the future of the lake.  Canadohta Lake is your place to enjoy! 
Meetings are the 2nd Monday bi-monthly beginning in January – 7:00PM at the Bloomfield Township
Building.
Contributions can be mailed to
BTMLA,
22978 Shreve Ridge Road,
Union City, PA 16438
or by PayPal to [email protected]
TREE SERVICE/STUMP REMOVAL
Gary B. Nirmaier Professional Tree Service
37584 Dutch Hill Road Union City, PA 16438
814-694-2172 Office 814-323-1991 Cell
Email: [email protected]
ISA CERTIFIED ARBORIST / ISA CERTIFIED UTILITY SPECIALIST, 30 year experience
Residential & commercial: Tree removal, Stump grinding, Lot clearing, Pruning, Cabling & Bracing, Surgery,
Insect & Disease Diagnosing, Injector-Fertilization, Firewood, Seasoned wood chips- 30+years experience
VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS
American Legion LeBaron Post 237
9225 Route 6
Union City, PA 16438
814-438-2312
email: [email protected]
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The LeBaron Post of the American Legion is a non-profit veteran’s service organization dedicated
to assisting America’s wartime veterans. Post 237 is also dedicated to serving our community by
supporting local patriotic events, school sports & other activities. Legion programs for all that promote
the American way of life. The post has Legionnaires, Women’s Auxiliary Unit & Sons of the American
Legion Squadron. Members also have access to medical equipment such as hospital beds, walkers,
wheel chairs, etc. loaned free of charge.
American Legion Post 368
113 E Central Ave, Titusville, PA - Phone: (814) 827-1112
Elks Lodge #264
334 W. Central Ave., Titusville PA 16354 - Phone: 814-827-7721
E-mail: [email protected]
Moose Lodge #84
614 WEST CENTRAL AVE, TITUSVILLE, PA 16354 - Phone: (814) 827-2121
Fax: 111-222-1122
Social Quarters: (814) 827-2121
Email: [email protected]
VETERINARY
Union City Pet Hospital
2 South Main St.
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 438-7876
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Calender of
Events 2016
Check www.canadohtalake.org/Calendar.htm
for full descriptions
May 28, Saturday @ 8am
CLABA Flea Market at Our Lady of Fatima, rent a space for $10,
donations welcome ‡
May 27-29
Memorial Day yard sales all around the Lake
May 28, Saturday, 1:30pm
Softball Tournament at Bloomfield Twp Municipal Building §
May 29, Sunday
PA Fish & Boat Commission FISH FOR FREE DAY-NO LICENSE REQUIRED
May 29, Sunday, 6-11pm
WUUK kick off party – benefits Canadohta Lake Radio Station –
Bloomfield Firehall
June 2, Thursday
Bloomfield Twp Clean Up Day – Twp Building- Cost: Donation.
Will take batteries and paint cans if paint is dried up. No tires, electronics, refrigerators, nor nothing with Freon
June 11, Saturday, 12pm-5pm
Corn Hole Tournament Guzik Concrete & Masonry (between The
Bear Inn & The Original Putter Golf (rain date June 12th) ‡
June 18, Saturday, 9am-1pm
Kids Fish Day at Frog Pond - ‡
June 25, Saturday, 12pm-4pm
Jail N’ Bail at Sally’s Store ‡
June 26, Sunday, 1pm-5pm
Community Fun Day at Bloomfield Twp Playground §
July 2, Saturday, 11am
Children’s bike parade starts at Elmwood Beach §
July 2, Saturday, 11am
Decorated Golf Cart Parade starts at Elmwood Beach ‡
July 2, Saturday, 3:00pm
Boat Parade on the lake -Theme is “80’s” ‡
July 2, Saturday
FIREWORKS over the lake at 10 PM. Rain date is Sunday, July 3rd ‡
July 3, Sunday, 10am
1st Annual Firecracker 5k/10k Marathon Walk/Run starts at
Backporch Grille ‡
July 4, Saturday
PA Fish & Boat Commission FISH FOR FREE DAY-NO LICENSE REQUIRED
July 17, Sunday, 2pm
Miss Canadohta Pageant at the Frog Pond Pavilions ‡
July 23, Saturday,5pm
Cardboard Boat Regatta at Frog Pond (registration 4pm) ‡
July 30, Saturday, 11am
Helicopter Rides at Original Putt-R-Golf
July 30, Saturday, 3pm-5pm
Scavenger Hunt at The Original Putter Golf ‡
August 6, Saturday, 12pm-2 pm
Kids Fun Day for ages 3-12 at the Frog Pond ‡
August 13, Saturday,
Can-Do Triathlon/Duathlon by YMCA at Elmwood Beach
August 20, Saturday, 10am-4pm
Craft Show at the Frog Pond ‡
August 20, Saturday, 12pm-4pm
Car Cruise at Canadohta Roller Rink ‡
August 20, Saturday, 7pm-10pm
Doo-Wop Day at the Lake at Happi Jax ‡
August 27, Saturday, 7:30pm
Rubber Duckie Race at the Frog Pond Beach ‡
September 3, Saturday, Sundown
Light up the Night Boat Parade- Everyone join in!
October 22, Saturday, 6:30pm
Pumpkin Hunt at Bloomfield Twp Municipal Building §
December 4, Sunday, 1pm
Cookies with Santa at Bloomfield Twp Municipal Building §
December 17, Saturday, 6pm-9pm
Holiday Decorating Contest Contact CLABA to register ‡
February 18, 2017, Saturday, 11am
Snow Sculpture Contest at Frog Pond Beach ‡
‡CLABA Event §Recreation Board Event
IMPORTANT NUMBERS
Pennsylvania Road Conditions
Call 511 or visit www.511PA.com
Emergency - Police/Fire/ Rescue - 911
State Police (Corry)
1-800-922-1975 or 814-663-2043
Crawford County Court House
1-800-982-9019 or 814-333-7300
Canadohta Lake Health Center - (814) 694-2339
St. Vincent Health Center - (814) 452-5000
UPMC Hamot Center - (814) 877-6000
Meadville Medical Center - (814) 333-5000
Corry Hospital - (814) 664-4641
Ask A Nurse - 800-326-8080
Utilities Telephone Verizon - 1-800-483-4000
Garbage - Waste Management - 1-800-458-0476
Electric - Penelec - customer service - 1-800-545-7741
To report outage - 1-888-544-4877
Northwestern REC - 1-800-352-0014
Veoli Environmental Services
800-749-4167 - (814) 723-4360 - (814) 437-2906
Bloomfield Twp. Office - (814) 694-2611
Sewer Authority - (814) 694-3409
Code Enforcement Officer Rick Makohus
Cell: (814) 392-1864
Tax Collector Christine Maurer
(814) 694-3132
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