Next Regular Meeting:    Wednesday, March 18th at 7:00 p.m.
Village/Township Hall, 2 Maple Street, Sand Lake
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23 West Elm St., Cedar Springs
Peaceful Sand Lake is located 20 minutes north of Grand Rapids.  This 150 year old village originated as a lumber town, but more recently has been recognized for its many years of  providing a fun filled 4th of July Festival.  Four to five days of carnival rides, street dancing, craft and novelty sales, kiddie's day, and a spectacular fireworks display at 11:00 pm on the 4th is what brings back our friends and family year after year.

The Village is wrapped around the south and east shore of beautiful Sand Lake.  Mature oak and maple trees line the streets giving this community a feeling of being home.  The very active downtown offers a little bit of everything from restaurants, bargain shopping, veterinary services, libations, gasoline to service organizations such as the Lions Club, Eagles Club, and our (4) church's; Mary Queen of Apostles, Ressurection Lutheren, United Methodist, and Church of the Full Gospel.  We welcome visitors to stop by for a visit on your way to and from Grand Rapids.

History of Sand Lake (Published 1969)
12 Days of Christmas Winners

Quilt Raffle
Shari Miller & Lois Smith

Business Decorating Contest
Best:  Sand Lake Veterinary
Most Creative:  Hometown Pizza
Honorable Mention:  Patsy’s Hair Place  & Sand Lake Salon

Scavenger Hunt
Tina Stephan   both drawings

Sand Lake Chamber Basket Drawing
Kim Cartwright
Anna Bucholtz

Special Thanks to:

Resurrection Lutheran Preschool children and Mrs. Bolthouse
for a wonderful concert at the tree lighting

Sand Lake/Nelson Township Library
for hosting Santa

West Michigan Snowmobile Museum and Ron Knapp
for presenting a great Vintage Snowmobile show

WESCO
for providing coffee and donuts for the snowmobilers

Resurrection Lutheran and Mary Queen of Apostles
for hosting Kids Zone activities

Sand Lake United Methodist Church
for providing the Snow Maze, Quilt Show, and Carolers

Sand Lake Elementary Bell Choir and Mrs. Arnold
for making beautiful music

Glenda Middleton
for putting the Chamber Baskets together

Sand Lake Thrifty Treasures and Hometown Pizza
for their many special activities

Happy New Year 2015