Lakeside retreat offered for one outstanding essential service worker

Loon Lake retreat in Maple Ridge is asking for nominees who are deserving of a night at the lake

Do you know someone that’s been working tirelessly to keep our community safe, functioning, and moving forward?

Operators of Loon Lake Lodge & Retreat Centre in rural eastern Maple Ridge want to hear from you.

“We’d like to get to know them, too,” said organizers who are offering a special thank you on the lake to show appreciation to a deserving essential service provider.

They’re offering a private night for the winner (and their immediate family) at Loon Lake, the private lake located in the UBC Research Forest.

The prize – valued at about $650 – includes a one-night log cabin accommodation, a fireside dinner, sunrise breakfast, access to the canoes and paddleboards, serene nature trails, and a campfire with S’mores that must be used before the end of June.

It’s limited to one entry per person, with the deadline for nominations May 16. The nominations must be made online.

RELATED: Fitness course coming to Loon Lake Lodge

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