Thanks to everyone who pitched in the last few days before the picnic to make it happen!
PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR PRIZE DONORS:
Jerry Koble provided the use of his building
Mullins Cheese provided the ice
Sunset Bay Grill - $25 gift card, bottle of rum, pitcher and T-shirt
M&J Marine - 2 Onyx Adult Universal PFD’s
Crystal Finishing - $25 gift card for Target and $25 gift card for Kohl's
Subway - 9 certificates for FREE 6” sub sandwiches
McDonalds - 5 gift certificates
Martin’s Auto Repair - 2 certificates for oil changes
Lietz’s Auto - 3 $10 gift certificates
Charlie’s Hardware - $45 bird feeder and 10# bag of bird seed
Piggly Wiggly - $25 gift card
Pit Stop Mosinee - 2 16” pizza certificates & 2 chicken dinner certificates
Meyer’s Landing - 5 $20 gift certificates
Mullins Cheese - 10 $10 gift cards
AE Designs - hat, T-Shirt, hoodie, 1/4 zip shirt...all with DBPOA new logo
Dock of DuBay - Two 2 piece fish fries
First Choice Tree Care - 3 30” Fresh Fir Christmas Wreathes Fully Decorated
Bullheads - 5 $20.00 gift cards
Tiki Bar - 5 bottles of liquor
Cyrans DuBay Pit Stop - 2 $25 gift certificates
Lynda’s Wolf Den - hoodie and 2 gift certificates
AND...Items Purchased by DBPOA:
12 Insulated wine cups 2 fishing rods 2 fishing reels 3 Yeti cups 1 multi tool
AND...DuBay Property Owners Association offered a Silent Auction of 2 Framed Vintage DuBay maps
Welcome to Lake DuBay! Lake DuBay straddles Portage and Marathon Counties. It is a part of the Wisconsin River formed by the Lake DuBay Dam that was built in 1943. The Dam is managed by Consolidated Water Power Company or CWPCo. During the construction of the dam, remnants of an old trapper’s cabin belonging to John Baptiste DuBay was found. Mr. DuBay was one of the first white settlers in the area who ran a small trading post in the 1840’s. If you haven’t figured it out, that is where Lake DuBay’s name originated. You can read more on the history of Lake DuBay on the history tab of our website.
Website Links: Just a reminder that you can find information on Wisconsin River Basin Water Quality Improvement Project, Boating Safety as well as Burning Permits on the Links page of the website.
The DuBay Property Owners Association, Inc. (DBPOA) is organized under Chapter 181 of the Wisconsin Statutes, without stock and not for profit, with the established philosophy and purpose being: To Support the long-term protection of the Dubay Flowage resources as a public trust. In accordance with this philosophy the organization supports the following:
This website has been designed to aid property owners in learning about various issues or events involving Lake DuBay. Efforts will be made to get information out as soon as it may be available, but this website should not be the only source of information.