Located along the South Klondike Highway

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Mt. Lorne
Coming Events:

 

May 21 - October 1

NBG: Mt. Lorne Growers Group

May

LMCA Board Meeting

May 27

Volunteer Work Day

May 30

Startup Lab Presentation

June 3

Willow Trellis and Sculptures

June 10

Beekeeping Intro

June 26 - 29

Startup Lab Summer Camp

July 6, 13, 20, 27

Tennis lessons

July 24 & 25

Kids Music Exploration Camp

 

 

Volunteer?

LMCC Facility Rental

Community hall, kitchen, outdoor pavilion, showers, camp area - everything for your special event. Book now for next summer. Check here for rates and more info or call 667-7083

Showers

Are available at LMCC. Members can get access to our coin operated showers. Interested? Please contact Agnes for the access code. 667-7083

 

Mt. Lorne, Yukon

The Hamlet of Mt. Lorne extends from just south of the junction of the Alaska and Klondike Highways to south of Bear Creek, and down the Annie Lake Road to the Wheaton River bridge. It covers an area of 245 square kilometres with a population of 437 people.

The Mt. Lorne area has a rich history. Carcross/Tagish and Kwanlin Dun First Nations people have a long tradition of hunting and gathering in this region. In 1992, an archaeological dig at Annie Lake discovered remains of campsites dating back over 8000 years.

Easy access to trails in the Watson and Wheaton river valleys has made the area popular to hikers and other back-country enthusiasts and tales of big snow have made Mt. Lorne a favoured area for mushers training for the Yukon Quest and Iditarod.

Solar Project at LMCC

Civic Address Maps

ATTENTION MOUNT LORNE RESIDENTS
LIVE FIRE EXERCISE PLANNED FOR ANNIE LAKE ROAD
DURING THE WEEK OF MAY 16

Mount Lorne Volunteer Fire Department, in partnership with Yukon Wildland Fire Management, is conducting a live fire cross-training exercise one day between May 16 and 19, along Annie Lake Rd, km 1.5 to km 3.5.

Fire crews and trucks will be on the road. There may be short blockages to allow crews to move equipment. Smoke may be visible in the area or on the road. Volunteer fire fighters will be on-scene to assist residents.

By reducing the fuel load, this exercise will create a safer main egress corridor for our neighbours living on Annie Lake Rd. This exercise also strengthens the working relationship between our community fire department and Wildland Fire Management.

The experts at Wildland Fire Management will prepare the site leading up to the burn day. Areas with large pockets of Caribou lichen will be flagged so that they will not be damaged.

If you have any questions, please contact Chief Colin O’Neill at 332-1901, or email MtLorneVFD@gmail.com

SPRING LETTER 2017

Dear Mount Lorne Residents,

Spring is upon us and before we all get far too busy, your local Fire Department wants to pass on a few notes for you to consider and be aware of.

Please check out the spring letter above.

We at the firehall (the firefighters and Society board members) hope you have a fun and safe summer.

Questions? Call our Chief, Colin O’Neill – 335-1762

What if no one volunteered to work on the
Lorne Mt. Community Association,
sit on the Hamlet Council
or become a Volunteer Firefighter?
Who would then be there
to hear your concerns
and help you?

Be a Hero in your Community

We had great programming and events throughout this year and

LMCA would like to thank:

YTG - Community Youth Activities

Lotteries Yukon - Community Lottery Program

Sports and Recreation Department YTG / Community Services for all their support in keeping our great facilities going!

Growing Forward 2 / YTG Agriculture Branch for supporting our Northern Backyard Garden Series

CPVSTF - Crime Prevention Victim Service Trust Fund for our Moms and Girls Club

Heritage Canada - Canada Day Celebration funding

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