DeRuyter Lake Community Area
Tioughnioga Lake Association
In order to take full advantage of this site, you will need to be a paid member in good standing and sign up. Once you are signed in you will find this site has many more features than the old site. To help navigate through the site, you can hold the mouse under anyone of the Menus above and a drop down menu will appear. You can click on any sub-menu to go to that section of interest.
We will no longer be limited to size/storage has increased significantly. Much more content availability, actual video, large pdf documents like reports, Cslap, etc. You will have the ability to keep your profile public or not. There are also pre-loaded video Tutorials to help you enjoy all the features this site provides.
For now, you can watch the “Signing in for the First Time” and Setting Up User Profiles” video by clicking the button above labeled “Get Started”, next to “Join Us” button. Please note that there are other videos there but we have not turned that feature on, yet. Eventually those and many more options can be made available. For now, we are trying to keep it simple until everyone gets use to the site.
Eventually we will be setting up PayPal account so you can pay dues electronically or use to buy things as a fund raiser such as Tee Shirts, etc. Allow anyone can upload pictures, create familiy pages, emailing, and much more. While it is new we the Administrators are learning the features and uses so please bear with us.
Have fun exploring and don't forget to check the "What's New" heading section where we will put information on recently updated or new information to check. Also added FAQ heading to list some of the common questions. Will update this as new questions arise.
We hope you enjoy.
Tioughnioga Lake takes its responsibility to preserve the legacy of our lake. We hope you enjoy and will help us protect our precious resource.
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