The North Fork Cookbook Makes a Great Gift

The North Fork Cookbook Makes a Great Gift

There are still North Fork Cookbooks available for sale. These would make a great gift for the holidays to a family member or friend. The cookbook includes recipes from current North Forkers along with a bonus section of recipes and history from North Fork old timers. It’s interesting and fun to read too. So, fill out the the form and send it… Read more →

Sondreson Hall has New Bookcase

Thanks to Kevin and Emily O’Bryan, North Fork landowners, who donated a bookcase for the Community Hall. Kevin built the beautiful wooden bookcase in Ohio (where he was building cabinets and shelves for their North Fork cabin) and transported it here. The bookcase will display books on the flora and fauna of the Northern Rockies which were donated by North… Read more →

The Heaphys serving Thanksgiving in 2011

Thanksgiving Dinner at Sondreson Hall

Come join your North Fork neighbors at Sondreson Hall for our annual Thanksgiving potluck dinner. Turkey and ham will be provided. Please bring a side dish and your own table setting. The doors open at 3 p.m. and dinner is served at 4 p.m. This event is hosted by Christina and Steve Berg and cohosted by the original Thanksgiving dinner… Read more →

The Fall Enrollment Letter is in the Mail

The Fall Enrollment Letter was mailed today.  The Post Office now requires address confirmation on bulk mail, which we can either do by a return service to correct a bad address, or addressee “or current Occupant”.  Because we didn’t know that until I was taking the mail to the counter, we borrowed a  stamp from Insty Prints “Occupant” and stamped all the… Read more →

NFLA Members Donate to Local Food Bank

The annual NFLA food drive has concluded and over 100 pounds of food items were delivered by NFLA President Randy Kenyon to the Columbia Falls food bank. The annual food drive, originally proposed by Bob Grimaldi years ago, is a way for the NFLA members to get involved in a community service project and provide others with a small share of… Read more →

October 1 National Fire Potential Outlook

Attached is the October 1 National Fire Potential Outlook: While it states that the fire season is over in the Northern Rockies:  Northern Rockies: Significant wildland fire potential will be normal for the outlook period October, November, and December 2015 through January 2016. Wet storms in early September greatly reduced fire potential with most indices across the geographic area… Read more →

Message from Fire Chief Lynn Ogle

According to the USFS report in the Daily Interlake dated October 1, 2015, fires will continue to burn until significant RAIN and or SNOW. At this time the fires in Lincoln County continue to burn but pose NO immediate threat to Private Property. Marston Fire is now over 7000 acres. Goat Rock Fire is over 22000 Acres. The fire season is… Read more →

Birding on the North Fork – Last Business Meeting of the Year

This coming Saturday, October 3rd, starting at 7PM at Sondreson Community Hall, Donna Harrison will speak on Birding on the North Fork. Donna’s talk will be followed by the last NFLA business meeting of the year starting at 8PM. Come join your friends and neighbors for this interesting talk and meeting. And don’t forget to bring your food donations for the Food Bank…. Read more →

Square Dance on Saturday Night

Come join Debo and the gang for the last NFLA square dance of 2015. It’s this Saturday night, September 19, starting at 8PM at Sondreson Hall. We’ve been practicing all summer and now is the time to put all of those square dance moves into motion. Please bring s snack to share with your neighbors.

Message from the NFLA Board

The NFLA Board Welcomes You To A New Year! 2015/2016 NFLA Dues Dear North Fork landowner, As president of the North Fork Landowner’s Association (NFLA), I would like to take a few moments of your time to bring you some important information. The NFLA has been an ongoing and active organization since 1947.  During that time, it has represented and supported landowners… Read more →