LAKEWOOD, N.Y. (May 17, 2018) – The Chautauqua Lake Association has announced the date of their third annual Denim and Diamonds fundraising event that will take place on Tuesday, June 26, at the Ellicottville Brewing Company in Bemus Point. This event is a celebration of Chautauqua Lake while helping to raise funds and awareness of lake issues.
“Chautauqua Lake is our most precious natural resource. Celebrating its beauty and the collaborated efforts that go into keeping it safe deserve recognition,” stated CLA President Paul Stage. “This event pays tribute to the hard work, year round, that is necessary for all lake users to have an enjoyable summer season on Chautauqua Lake,” said Stage.
The Denim and Diamonds event features dinner and drinks prepared by EBC, live music performed by The Untouchables, silent auction, prizes, and more. Diamond inspired jewelry and denim attire are encourage to support the event theme of Chautauqua Lake being the area’s crown jewel.
Aside from the event, this summer the CLA will be celebrating its 65th year of stewardship and lake maintenance. Through those years their programs have evolved to meet the changing demands of Chautauqua Lake. What has not changed is their dedication to their mission.
“We are very excited for summer to arrive. Our equipment is ready to launch. We are accepting applications and contacting our returning summer crews. We have many community events like our Denim and Diamonds fundraiser scheduled each month,” said Stage. The CLA’s annual Light the Lake flare sale will begin at the end of May and the organization’s annual meeting is scheduled for June 11 at Athenaeum Hotel in Chautauqua Institution.
To purchase tickets for the Denim and Diamonds fundraiser or to learn more about event, visit the CLA on the web at www.chautauqualakeassociation.org or call 716-763-8602. The CLA encourages the community to stay updated on CLA matters by visiting the CLA on Facebook.
The CLA has provided assistance to Chautauqua Lake for 65 years and has become the “Steward of the Lake.” The CLA is a nonprofit 501(c)3 with a mission to provide effective and efficient lake maintenance services for the benefit of all Chautauqua Lake users.