Important Dates from LSL Ski Club

Ski Season is around the corner - Mark your calendars!!

Ski Club Registration Fees increase on April 1

Register by April 1, 2016 to avoid late fees. Contact Jeff Buehrle at 636-734-7386 or if you have registration questions. Click on the link below to register on-line.

Mission Stream Clean

Saturday, April 2nd, 8:30am

Jefferson Point, Lake St. louis

It’s time for the first official ski club activity at Jefferson Point. This is one of the volunteer activities focused on giving back to our community and counts for one of your volunteer requirements to the club. It is suited for the entire family and has always provided our community neighbors a small example of our volunteer efforts. I have taken charge of this event from my dad and am working with the City of Lake Saint Louis and met with other clubs/organizations in our community for volunteers as well. The Anglers, Ambassadors, Environmental Green Advisory Board and Wentzville High School’s National Honor Society will all be participating. The city of Lake Saint Louis continues to request our involvement in this activity and they recognize our club as a large and reliable partner.

Mission Clean Stream

We’ll be doing our part with hundreds of volunteers, The Greenway Network, Inc. and other cities in this major stream clean-up to help restore the Peruque, McCoy and DardenneCreek Watersheds. These streams are important to the health of our communities, clubs and support a variety of wildlife. It is set for Saturday, April 2, 2016.

Our watershed is Peruque Creek and will include cleaning the Jefferson Point area of trash and debris.

Who: Lake Saint Louis Ski Club.

When: Saturday April 2.

Time: 8:30am, usually take 2-2.5 hours. Group photo at 8:50 to start. WEAR SKI CLUB RED

Where: Meet at Jefferson Point. We are responsible for the area between pump station on the service road to the lake at our ski site and the creek behind the strip mall where Newstimeoffice is located feeding into the big lake. We will also be tasked with two-four small sites in Lake Saint Louis like last year.

Breakfast: Bagels, donuts, fruit, water, juice provided.

Wear appropriate clothing and shoes as you will be walking through brush, weeds and tall grass. Don’t forget gloves and red shirts or sweatshirts for club pride.

Please register on the ski clubs website “Sign Up Genius” portal or just show up. If you wish to receive a free T-shirt, you must be registered prior to March 15 and send me an email with your shirt size.

Ski ya April 2!

Madisen Dattilo, 314-803-0737

Another Volunteer Opportunity

The LSL Waterski Club will be providing lunch for the Lake St. Louis Mississippi Valley Antique Classic Boat Show on May 14 at Windjammer Point. Volunteers are needed to cook and serve the food. This counts as one of the required ski club volunteer activities. Click on the Sign Up Genius link above to volunteer.

Home Show Dates

Home Show Dates will be Saturday, July 2 and Monday, July 4. This year's theme is "Lake St. Louis...Under the Sea." Mandatory practices for the home show will be held on June 28 and June 30. Click on the link below for the practice schedule for all events.

Announcing the 2016 Home Show Coaches

Pyramid - Ted Woods 314-496-4481

Jump - Brad McLaughlin 314-239-4846

Swivel - Nancy Woods 314-578-1996

ATB - Nick Mondl and Jim Mondl 314-520-2556

Jr. Ballet - Madison Dattilo 314-803-0737

Show Girls - Ashley Lowe and Trisha Dattilo 314-803-9239

Straps/Handle Doubles - Terry Knowlton 636-248-3120

Men's Line - Pat Mongoven 314-378-0010

Ladies Line - Lisa Barnard 314-324-0010

Kneeboard - Beth and Ken Treadway 636-399-4315 or 636-399-4178

Jr. Line - Mary Wright and Will Jarrett 636-357-7056

Wakeboard - Kathy Kras 636-219-2985

Jr. Mens Line - Meagan Southern 314-799-5169 and Angie Hopping 636-293-9555

Ski Club Kick Off - Everyone is Invited

We will hold our LSL ski club kick-off and barbecue at Jefferson Point on Saturday, May 7 at 5 pm. We will hold a brief informational meeting. The Freeze Out Band, made up of many of our own LSL ski club members, will provide music for the evening. Hot dogs, chips, and soda/water will be provided. Feel free to bring any other beverage of choice. Don't miss the opportunity to kick off our 2016 ski season, by seeing old friends, meeting new ski club members, and hearing all the exciting things happening with our ski club!

USA Waterski Boat Driver's Clinic

· Trained Boat Driver Program coming to Lake St Louis

· Saturday May 21st 8:00am to 3:00pm

· Great program to learn the driving skills used in 3-Event and Show Skiing.

· Become USA Water Ski Driver Certified

· More info:

· We will need skiers to help with the certification. Come join the fun and be in a pyramid, ballet line and/or jump.

· Please let Buffy McLaughlin know if you are interested:

Missouri Disabled Water Ski Fun Days

The LSL Waterski club will be hosting two fun ski events for the Missouri Disabled Waterski Club. The events will take place on June 17 from 10 am to 4 pm and July 22 from 11:30 am to 5 pm at Jefferson Point. If you are interested in helping out with these events, please contact Brad McLaughlin at 314-239-4846 or

Barefoot Clinic hosted by World Barefoot Center Pro David Small

When: Wednesday July 27th, Thursday July 28th, and Friday July 29th

Where: Cuivre River off highway 79 in Old Monroe

Time: 9 am to 5 pm. One hour break for lunch.

Fee: $225 for full day. Cash or check (LSLWSC). All ages and abilities welcome.

Contact Anthony Gramolino for reservation for clinic. Call to schedule as soon possible since these spots fill up at 314.602.5988.

14th Annual Glenn Mueller Barefoot Figure 8 Tournament

When: Saturday July 30th

Where: Lake St. Louis Community Association Clubhouse on "small lake"

Time: Registration at 8am. Race at 9am. Round robin double elimination tournament

Fee: $40. Cash or check (LSLWSC). All ages and abilities welcome.

The barefoot clinic is held in the days leading up to the barefoot figure 8 tournament. Both events are instrumental in providing a venue in which novice and advanced skiers can develop skills and feel the excitement of competition.

The barefoot figure 8 tournament is usually one open division. If we have enough participants, additional divisions may be formed (senior, women, juniors, etc).

Lunch will not be provided at the clinic on the Cuivre River so each participant is responsible for bringing their own. Barefoot suits are mandatory. We have a limited amount of barefoot suits to borrow so it is important to arrange beforehand for one to borrow, many are also available for purchase online. Some possible suggestions for obtaining a suit are,,, and

Glenn Mueller was a long time member of the Lake Saint Louis Water Ski Club whose life was cut short too early from cancer. He was an exemplary member and his enthusiasm for skiing was contagious. He was generous with his time and could often be seen repairing equipment for the Club. This tournament (now in its 14th year) is held to honor his legacy.

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For only $5.00 you too could be the proud owner of one of our LSL Waterski Club coffee mugs. Limited supply, so get yours now! To purchase, contact Jim Mondl 314-520-2556.
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