What a great Labor Day swim!!!

The water temp was finally down into the ” it feels good when I get in range”.  We had well over 120 swimmers and 25 first timers.  Over 8 different countries were represented and we had at least 6 Olympians (Triathletes) join us as well as a couple of world champions thrown in as well.  Scot Moore got to ring the big bell after taking 8 years to get his 100 crossings in and Dobe Cooney broke the woman’s 70-74 age group record also making the Cooney’s a three generation family of Lucky’s Lake Swimmers.  Quite a morning!  Just a reminder the Lake Cane Restoration Society has a board meeting this Thursday at 6:30PM at Pammie’s Sammies.

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Dobe Cooney age 72 breaks the 70-74 age group record and becomes the third generation of the Cooney’s to do the swim. She’s smiling because she knows the 75-79 record slot is still open. See you again Dobe in three years.

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Lucky photo bombs the Wollongong Wizards group photo. A bunch of Olympians, world class athletes and Lucky.

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Scot Moore took eight years to get his 100 and in his one great photo op “naked guy” photobombs him in the shower. Still, it’s better than being photo bombed by “naked Ron” I think everyone would agree.

 

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Labor Day Swim schedule and more

Regular swim times this week with the exception of Labor Day when we will be swimming at 7:45am.  We are now entering perfect open water swim season which starts around September and goes through mid October. The water temp drops down into comfortable levels, so if you haven’t been out in a while dust off your Speedos and get back into the groove of things.

For those that were wondering who might be taking over the Lochte Speedo contract Click Here

 

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Ray Wiss a Canadian Lucky’s Lake Swimmer just completed his first ironman the Mont Tremblant in Quebec. He has trouble running because he was shot in the knee in Afghanistan. He had to walk the run part ,and he did it in his military fatigues to honor his buddies who didn’t return from Afghanistan. Notice the sliver of green under the official race cap. It is a green Lucky’s Lake Swim cap. How cool. Many congrats Ray and thanks for sharing your story.

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Carol Walker scored her 200K shirt and it only took seven years.

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Barbara Giles and her 200K shirt. Ron could not photobomb the picture so at Ron’s request Lucky stepped in for him as a stunt double.

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Sara Haugh poses with Buddy the Gator (always swim with a buddy) after completing her 100K. Her husband Tim plans on doing a crossing real soon, but he is building up his endurance first by taking lots of showers. You go Tim!

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Judy Montana makes the 100k club (Judy is the daughter of Legendary Lucky’s Lake Swimmer George Mann a.K.a Cypress Sam. They are in a select group of two generations from the same family being in the 100 K club.

 

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Local elections

They say all politics are local and our local elections for county commissioners time is now.  Obviously we would like to have a commissioner in our district that is Lake Cane friendly.  As the government is the largest polluter of the lake (through directed road run off into the lake) it is nice to have politicians in place that will work to rectify the problem.  Our current district commissioner Scott Boyd had worked well with us for many years and has been a great help in improving the lake quality.  We appreciate all the aid he has given us from working to stop the “poison pipeline” to hundreds of thousands put into the lake in chemical treatments to keep the lake safe.  I would give  Scott an A on helping Lake Cane.  Scott’s term as District 1 commissioner has come to an end and now we have four candidates that are running for his position.  Two of the candidates have visited the lake swim on more than one occasion Robert “Bobby O” Olszewski and Betsy VanderLey, the other two have not.  The lake Cane Restoration society asked all the candidates some questions and the only two to respond were Robert “Bobby O” Olszewski and Betsy VanderLey,  below are their responses.  LCRS is a 501c corporation and cannot endorse a candidate, but we have tried to ask the right questions so you can best judge your choice. Please take time to vote.  Lucky

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Robert “Bobby O” Olszewski

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HOT!

For all those swimmers who like to complain that the water is too cold, and they don’t have a wetsuit, these are the days you have been begging for.  The temp has been between 88 and 90, so for all my cold blooded friends your time is now.

Friends, Family and Special Olympics coaches came Saturday to honor Lyn Meena with a swim.

Friends, Family and Special Olympics coaches came Saturday to honor the late Lyn Meena with a swim.

Steve Goodwin gets his halo of yellow.

Steve Goodwin gets his halo of yellow.

And they said duck has no friends, This was a spearow that was visiting duck.  He was very cranky too.  Lucky had to take him away in a pokeball. Lucky is a level 8 for those who care.  He wants level  9 real bad so he can start using lucky eggs, which have nothing to do with duck or spearow in case you were worried.

And they said duck has no friends, This was a spearow that was visiting duck. He was very cranky too. Lucky had to take him away in a pokeball. Lucky is a level 8 for those who care. He wants level 9 real bad so he can start using lucky eggs, which have nothing to do with duck or spearow in case you were worried.

Those that love Sunday swims have we got a deal for you. Do this one swim and it is equal to 7 Lucky Lake swims on a Sunday.

Those that love Sunday swims have we got a deal for you. Do this one swim and it is equal to 7 Lucky Lake swims on a Sunday.

We add another Olympic Swimmer  to the wall of Fame  Adam Sioui and yes he was a UF swimmer how could you tell.

We add another Olympic Swimmer to the wall of Fame Adam Sioui and yes he was a UF swimmer how could you tell.

Hot tub or lake you decide.

Hot tub or lake you decide.

Dave Berry scores his 200K club shirt

Dave Berry scores his 200K club shirt, Tom looks on very happy after collecting the $100 shirt fee, cash only, checks should be made out to the T. Welch Vegas fund, no credit or debit cards.

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Midnight Swim & Fourth of July party

Midnight swim tonight. (Bring a small flashlight to put in the dry pocket of the swim buoy- a glow stick won’t work) Movie starts at 9:45pm. You must watch the movie and do the swim to earn the patch. Bring your own refreshments. The morning swim (on the 4th tomorrow) is at 7:45am. We will take a photo of those that do both the midnight and morning swim duo (these are a special breed of swimmers). July 4th party starts at 5pm. Bring a swimsuit for water volleyball and something for yourself to throw on the grill and a side dish to share. We will shoot some fireworks off for the kids at dark. May also have a big water balloon fight if Max and his friends don’t use them all up today.

Midnight swimmers from 2014, some who did survive may even swim again this year.

Midnight swimmers from 2014 some who did survive may even swim again this year.

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Midnight Swim, 4th of July party and more . .

Next event is the midnight swim on July 3rd (Sunday evening).  We will start the movie at 9:45pm and the swim will start at midnight.  You must watch the movie and do the swim to get the patch.  We are letting folks decide which movie they want to watch as Lucky’s pick last year really sucked (He has been banned from all movie review sites for two years).  The choices are Black Water or Deep Rising.  There is a poll on Lucky’s Lake Swim facebook page for you to vote.  The most votes win. Much like our political process the winner still may not end up being very good.

We are trying to get most folks to wear a safer swimmer buoys during the swim.  Please bring a small flashlight to stick in your buoy (no Dave, a candle will not work).  If everyone has lights in their buoys it looks really cool.  And it’s all about being cool.

July 4th the Lake swim will be at 7:45 AM

JULY 4th party at the Meisenheimer’s HOUSE  5PM

Party starts at 5pm,  Bring a dish to share and something to throw on the grill.  Bring a swimsuit as we will be playing water volleyball. Bring family and friends.  We will shoot off some fireworks for the kids when it gets dark.  All lake swimmers and family are welcome.

Annika Perez (age 6) got ducked  after her first crossing.  Her last words before getting ducked were "what a nice duck can I pet it?"

Annika Perez (age 6) got ducked after her first crossing. Her last words before getting ducked were “what a nice duck can I pet it?”

Beth Crepeau scored her 100 K club cap and then fed it to her dog.  She is still waiting for it's return but probably won't wear it again.

Beth Crepeau scored her 100 K club cap and then fed it to her dog. She is still waiting for it’s return but probably won’t wear it again.

Dennis collected his 200k shirt and 150 cap on the same day. Yes it can happen if you do 50 crossings in one day.  Ron says he has done it so it must be possible.

Dennis collected his 200k shirt and 150 cap on the same day. Yes it can happen if you do 50 crossings in one day. Ron says he has done it so it must be possible.



Pete Gould hit a major milestone with his silver 500K club cap.  Not much worth living for after that I guess.

Pete Gould hit a major milestone with his silver 500K club cap. Not much worth living for after that I guess.

Chris Stalder pictured with a cottonmouth. Chris is on the LCRS board.  This is what a water moccasin looks like.  This is not what we have swimming around the dock. That is why Chris has big pockets in his shorts so he can transport them easier.  Photo by Dave Bledsoe

Chris Stalder pictured with a cottonmouth. Chris is on the LCRS board. This is what a water moccasin looks like. This is not what we have swimming around the dock. Please note that is why Chris has big pockets in his shorts so he can transport them easier. Photo by Dave Bledsoe

Check out our facebook poll to vote  on the movie night movie.  If you don't like either then vote against the one you hate the most. Yes I am talking movies here, I get it though.

Check out our facebook poll to vote on the movie night movie. If you don’t like either then vote against the one you hate the most. Yes I am talking movies here, I get it though.

 

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Important lake swim stuff

We have been notified by the county that Lake Cane Dr. (the road in front of the lake swim) is going to be paved next week starting June 7th.  This may not affect us at all, but they don’t want anyone parking on the street next week.  Make sure you park in the front yard.  Also make sure if you park in the front yard they don’t start paving in front of the driveway before you get out or you will be stuck for two hours. Forewarned.

Although Lucky absolutely hates rules and regulations another has been added:  ALL SWIMMERS MUST SWIM WITH FLOATATION DEVICES FOR THEIR FIRST 25 CROSSINGS. You may use pull buoys, full wet suits or Safe Swimmer Buoys.  The Lake Cane Restoration Society has purchased many, many buoys for loan. Once you have received your white 25K cap you are good to go without floatation, but we still encourage it. There is no grandfathering in on this rule if you have not reached the magic 25 number then please start with the floatation again.  The only two exceptions would be folks that are trying to break an age group record, and this must be prearranged with Larry or a one million dollar cash deposit (no ones or fives).

It has come to our attention that some individuals are arriving early, going for a run, and then returning after the lake swim has started to swim. When we say you must arrive by the start that means you need to be physically present at the lake side for the announcements before the swim.  Larry will be enforcing the too late to swim sign so be forewarned (Larry has many punishments planned for violators, mostly taken from “The Game of Thrones” series, so take this warning seriously)

Another great event at the Jack Beattie memorial swim.  We had over twenty folks doing the dynamic duo (both Lucky’s Lake Swim and Jack’s swim on the same day). As promised your photo is below.

UCF is recruiting extremely good looking people for a study “Examining the Impact of Daily Activities on Proprioceptive and Kinematic Efficiency” Sorry, Lucky, Ron and Dave have been excluded from the study (Lucky is too good looking  and the others well . . .) If you are interested in helping out contact TalResearchLab@gmail.com   with the message title “I would like to be a “Guinea pig”  (No, seriously don’t add that as the message title, this always happens when we let Lucky post anything ed.).

No large gauge needles will be used in this study.  Sign up before all your friends do.

No large gauge needles will be used in this study. Sign up before all your friends do.

 

Remember the song "Signs" by Tesla.  Okay then, read the sign and if you don't like it write a song.

Remember the song “Signs” by Tesla. Okay then read the sign and if you don’t like it write a song.

 

Congrats to Mike Waid. Showing off his Lucky's Lake swim colors at the award ceremony at the Beattie swim.

Congrats to Mike Waid. Showing off his Lucky’s Lake swim colors at the award ceremony at the Beattie swim.

 

Drew Noland went missing at Jack Beattie's Memorial swim.  We all went out looking for his body.  Turns out he was following Lucky (and wrongfully assumed after a quarter of a century doing Jack's swim he would certainly know the course . . . wrong)

Drew Noland went missing at Jack Beattie’s Memorial swim. We all went out looking for his body. Turns out he was following Lucky (and wrongfully assumed after a quarter of a century doing Jack’s swim Lucky would certainly know the course . . . wrong) Lucky corrected his course after a few hundred yards past the turn buoy, but Drew kept on swimming and had to hitch a ride home.

 

I know this looks like a photo from the most beautiful edition of People magazine, but it is only the folks that did the the "dynamic duo" Lucky's Lake Swim and the Beattie swim on the same day.

I know this looks like a photo from the most beautiful edition of People magazine, but these are only the folks that did the the “dynamic duo” Lucky’s Lake Swim and the Beattie swim on the same day.

 

Congrats to Christie our newest member of the 100K club.

Congrats to Christie our newest member of the 100K club.

Mother Theresa once said "Men wearing hats   look much more sophisticated" A true but little known fact, but yet so proven in this photo.

Mother Theresa once said “Men wearing hats look much more sophisticated” A true but little known fact, but yet so proven in this photo.

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Pancake Breakfast Swim tomorrow! Saturday and more . . .

Saturday –  Lake Cane Restoration Society will hold a “Celebrate Lake Cane Day” pancake breakfast following the swim. The swim starts at 7:45am the breakfast starts immediately following the swim. Swim and breakfast are free, but any donations will be given to the Lake Cane Restoration Society to help keep the water quality great.

Total Team Wares will be taking orders for Lucky’s Lake Swim Gear that morning. (we order gear only once a year so this is the time to do it)

Sunday (no Swim)

Monday (Memorial Day) Swim at 7:45 AM (no pancake breakfast – you should have come on Saturday)

Tuesday (back to normal swim times 6:30 AM)

Saturday June 4th (Jack Beattie Memorial Swim 10:30am, Winter Park) We will be having Lucky’s Lake Swim at the regular time (7:45am) but many do both swims the same day (the dynamic duo) and we let you be in the picture if you do both swims and we know that you want to be in the photo.

Saturday June 11th Flowers Sea Swim, Grand Cayman (not too late to register)

Sunday July 3rd, Midnight Movie & Lake Swim

All the cool folks will be there.

All the cool folks will be there.

40 swimmers Tuesday AM and 4 first timers all from other countries. Curacao, Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The lake swim is also an educational experience I never new there was a country of Curacao thought is was just a liqueur. Apparently it is both - which may make for a great vacation.

40 swimmers Tuesday AM and 4 first timers all from other countries. Curacao, Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The lake swim is also an educational experience I never knew there was a country of Curacao, thought is was just a liqueur. Apparently it is both – which may make for a great vacation.

Total Team Wares will be taking Lucky's Lake swim gear orders. There is nothing that says "I am couture" that having Lucky's Lake Swim written across your butt.

Total Team Wares will be taking Lucky’s Lake swim gear orders. There is nothing that says “I am couture” that having Lucky’s Lake Swim written across your butt.

Bragging time. Four Lucky's Lake Swimmers bring home honors at DP awards banquet.  Corbin Chamberlain (Principals award - Water Polo) Jake Meisenheimer (Principals Award -Swimming, & Dr. Phillips Bill Spoon Scholar-Athlete award for the school) Maddie Magrino (Principals award-Swimming & DP sportsmanship award for the school) Julia James (Principal's award - Water Polo).  Many congrats to these outstanding individuals.

Bragging time. Four Lucky’s Lake Swimmers bring home honors at Dr Phillips High School awards banquet. Corbin Chamberlain (Principals award – Water Polo) Jake Meisenheimer (Principals Award -Swimming, & Dr. Phillips Bill Spoon Scholar-Athlete award for the school) Maddie Magrino (Principals award-Swimming & DP sportsmanship award for the school) Julia James (Principal’s award – Water Polo). Many congrats to these outstanding individuals.  Jake Meisenheimer holds the dark swim record for Lucky’s Lake Swim.

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Celebrate Lake Cane Day, Jack Beattie Memorial Swim and more. . .

Memorial Day weekend is coming up and we will be swimming at 7:45am on Memorial day.  The big event is on Saturday May 28th when the Lake Cane Restoration Society is hosting a celebrate Lake Cane day pancake breakfast after the swim.  Thanks to the herculean efforts of the executive director of the LCRS, Jay Madigan, the society is now a fully functioning 501c Corporation so any donations given are fully tax deductible. The LCRS in partnership with Lucky’s Lake Swimmers (and I might add that 80% of the board of the LCRS are Lucky’s Lake Swimmers) have had many successes over the last few years, lobbying the county for lake treatments which were done to the tune of 300K,  raising funds and purchasing triploid carp which solved the hydrilla invasion problem, blockage of the poison pipeline that would have destroyed Lake Cane, reinstitution of water quality testing preformed by LCRS board members and more.  The LCRS is now working on getting baffle boxes at all points of direct drainage into the lake to catch and prevent trash from entering the water. Needless to say the LCRS will have a donation box set up at the breakfast and we hope all will contribute to help keep the lake swimmable.  As always, the swim and breakfast are free, and you are under no obligation to make a donation. The swim on Saturday will start at the normal 7:45am time.

Thanks to the efforts of Carolyn Upchurch the Lake Cane Restoration Society has a website.  It is up and a work in progress.  You can check it out at www.Lakecane.com

We also have confirmation that the Beattie Lake swim will be continued. June 4th will be the 27th annual Jack Beattie Memorial Lake Swim.  I have attached the flyer below.  A great swim and a fantastic pancake breakfast afterwards.  If you have not been to the swim in the past don’t miss this opportunity and if you have swam before you should attend this year as a great way to honor Jack.  See the Growing Bolder  video of the Jack Bettie lake swim by clicking here.

We have had several questions regarding the proper way to identify grass eating carp from flesh eating carp.  Sources say that the marking of the two types of carp are extremely similar making absolute identification very problematic.  The hot tub brain trust, fortunately, has devised a near fool proof test.  We will be letting Ron enter the water first before each lake swim.

All the cool folks will be there.

All the cool folks will be there.

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Pancake Breakfast, sad news, New 1000K club member and more . . .

First for the sad news. We lost another Lucky’s Lake Swimmer yesterday, “Ruby” “Lyn” Walker-Meena. Lyn was a wonderful person that was one of our volunteer coaches for the Man-O’-War swim team (Special Olympics). She coached for the last ten years and really made a difference in these athletes’ lives. She will be missed.

Her son Elliot swam for the University of Florida and joined us today for a swim in honor of his mother. I have posted his email message below.

Dear Friends and Family,

It is with a heavy heart to inform you that my mother, Ruby, passed away peacefully in her sleep Friday afternoon from a battle with cancer that began earlier this year. My father, sister, uncle, and I were by her side at the Orlando Regional Medical Center all week, and we remained there through her final breath.

First and foremost, I must apologize for my lack of communication throughout this situation. I know this catches many of you off guard, but it has been an aggressive battle and this past week things took a turn for the worse. Please believe me though when I say there have been moments that I have tried to share this with some of you. However the reality always turned out to be that conversing with you served as the guiltless distraction I needed.

More importantly, please know that my mother did not suffer, nor was she ever angry or scared. She was as real as it gets these past three months, and will always be the strongest person I know. And in the end, I can now look back and see the beautiful lining that even though cancer won the physical battle, it failed at defeating her grace and compassion.

Going forward, in an attempt to have this matter somewhat private and off of social media, I will keep communications open at the following website – www.rubystrong.org, and the password = rs (two letters)…..Bare with me as I just pieced the site together so needs some updates, but feel free to pass along the info to others.

The site will contain information regarding services, etc. and instead of gifts or flowers I would respectfully like to request that you make a donation to the Special Olympics swim team that my mother coached for in Orlando, the ‘Man-O-Wars’. The website has details of where to send a check or make a donation for MOW, or you can make a donation through my everydayhero page (really hoping to crack that $1 barrier).

As for the future, when the day comes my mother will be buried at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, KY (right next to Colonel Sanders, no joke). Additionally, there will be a memorial held in Orlando a few weeks later, most likely around Lake Eola, and I will also be swimming Lucky’s Lake Swim in her honor that same weekend. This past year my mother swam Lucky’s Lake twice, and this summer we hoped to swim the lake together. Swimming was always a haven for my mother, whether participating or spectating, and anyone wishing to join me across the lake is more than welcome.

In closing, since I probably will be introverting for a while, I want to first apologize in advance if I fail to respond, but second I would like to make a request (or two): this afternoon, during the playing of ‘My Old Kentucky Home’ before the Derby, please find a mint julep to sip as that was one of my mothers favorite traditions. And lastly, if you have a mother to hug please give her an extra squeeze, from me, tomorrow on Mother’s Day.

Signing off,

Elliot Meena

On a happier note we will be holding a pancake breakfast swim on Saturday May 28th (Memorial Day weekend) As a Celebrate Lake Cane Day. We will have the donation jar out and all proceeds will go to the Lake Cane Restoration Society. The Lake Cane Restoration Society is now a 501c charitable organization and all donations are tax deductible. The money will be used to help improve the water quality of the lake. So come swim and donate so we can “Keep it Swimable”.

Harry scores his 200 K shirt!  I would not be smiling though, as he clearly has some sort of tumor growing out of his right shoulder.  Tomwelchomas are normally benign but can be tricky if immersed in water.

Harry scores his 200 K shirt! I would not be smiling though, as he clearly has some sort of tumor growing out of his right shoulder. Tomwelchomas are normally benign but can be tricky to deal with if immersed in water.

Elliot Meena honored his mother "Lyn" today by doing the Lake Swim.

Elliot Meena honored his mother “Lyn” today by doing the Lake Swim.

RIP Lyn you will be missed.

RIP Lyn you will be missed.

Mike Waid scores his 200 K shirt.

Mike Waid scores his 200 K shirt.

Our newest member of the 1000K club.  Patrick did it in two years.  How you say?  Well he has a small tent in the back of Lucky's yard and he is here everyday. Next stop the cubby hole!

Our newest member of the 1000K club. Patrick “Kono Boy” did it in two years. How you say? Well he maintains a small tent in the back of Lucky’s yard. Next stop the 2000K cubby hole!

Have you seen any Hydrilla lately?  No, well here's why. Help support our "Keep Lake Cane Swimmable" project and join us for a Pancake Breakfast swim May 28th.  The grass carp program worked well but there is much more to do.

Have you seen any Hydrilla lately?  No, well here's why. Help support our "Keep Lake Cane Swimmable" project and join us for a Pancake Breakfast swim May 28th.  The grass carp program worked well but there is much more to do.

Have you seen any Hydrilla lately? No, well here’s why. Help support our “Keep Lake Cane Swimmable” project and join us for a Pancake Breakfast swim May 28th. The grass carp program worked well but there is much more to do.

Have you seen any Hydrilla lately?  No, well here's why. Help support our "Keep Lake Cane Swimmable" project and join us for a Pancake Breakfast swim May 28th.  The grass carp program worked well but there is much more to do.

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