Eagle Point Bay Association

Making our community beautiful, fun and safe!

For the latest information on happenings in Eagle Point Bay read a copy of our June 2014 News Letter here. 

You will find it useful for current information about events at Eagle Point Bay. You can find the minutes of the May Board meeting here.  If you are not receiving a newsletter you are missing lots of fun activities. Become a member by filling out an application or calling the number at the bottom of this page.  

New Board Officers for 2014-2015

The following members will serve the EPB board for the 2014-2015 year.  A complete contact list is available by clicking here.  

Officers
Armen Asaturian  -  Pres
Ted Amigdalos  - VP
Sharon Hughes  - Sec
John Wachsmuth  - Treas

Members
Debbie Asaturian
Jim Cool
Lyle Landstrom
Chad Mullholand
Gary Nuernberger
Pat Sherman
Sherry Sullivan
Patsy Vanseghi

Elks Fireworks
Saturday July 5th

The annual fireworks display at Lake of Egypt will inspire us all!


The Fourth of July Firworks Event will be held on Saturday July 5th with the Elks famous BBQ Chicken, music, raffles and of course their Wonrderful Fireworks Display. The cost of the meal this year will be $8.00 the same as last year.  This year, LEAPO donated $2500 towards the cost of the fireworks. 


The Eagle Point Bay Association was founded in October 1973 to protect and enhance the Lake Experience for all Eagle Point Bay residents.  Forty Eagle Point Bay Residents attended the first meeting September 23 1973 at the  Inland Development Company Field office.  


For a copy of the first meeting minutes click here!  The major topic of the first meeting was Road!!!


Reminder!!!!


Please keep the gates to all epb parks and beach closed at all times except during entering and exiting.


Kindly ask other members to do the same.  This will help maintain a safe and clean beach for all.  

EPBA Volunteers build New Dock Ramp


Lyle Landstrom, Chair of the EPB Docks Committee shows EPBA President Armen Asaturian and Past President Ted Amigdalos the work done at Park 2.  Lyle point out the work was a result of many volunteers this spring.  Many board members visited several problem areas after the board meeting on May 3rd.  The past winter snow and rains will require park and beach erosion repair.  The board has several additional projects in planning to prepare the parks before the Memorail Day holiday opening.  



Support your Eagle Point Bay Association.  


80 Spring Cove Drive 

A community Meeting Place


Your Eagle Point Bay  Association building is used for many community events.  It is open most Saturday mornings for those who want to join, pay dues, ask for information and often for breakfast snacks and fellowship.  Members may schedule the building for parties, reunions or other events. Why not start a special interest group, book club, craft club, DVD watching club.  The EPB Board is interested in your ideas.  The building can be made available for any board approved group that is open to all members.  Just let us know.


  • Click here to view and print a membership application.  
  • Telephone:  618-995-2887 Or 618 995-2367
  • Or visit the Association Building on most Saturday Mornings between 10 and 12 O'clock

Questions, comments or additions to this web site?  email: Webmaster

The Eagle Point Bay Association is a not-for-profit organization that represents the common interests of its membership.  Members must be property owners in the Eagle Point Bay subdivision located in Johnson County, Illinois, on Lake of Egypt in the Southern part of Illinois.  The Association plans and implements activities related to the health, safety and quality of life of its members; and strives to promote a sense of community spirit among all residents and property owners in Eagle Point Bay.

Not a member?  Please join us to help us improve our community and gain access to our parks and boat launch.  Click here to download a Membership Application or visit our meeting place below on Saturday morning to join. 

Your Association . . .
Sucessfully lobbyed Johnson County officials to improve our roads. . . Again!
Replaced a ramp in Park 2 at a cost of $7,093
Spends more than $5,000 each year on parks and beach maintenance 
Depends on Volunteers to clean prepare the parks and beach  for the summer season

Asks members to help secure the beach by keeping the gates closed and locked.
Pays more than $3,400 in insurance each year
Your membership fee helps maintain its parks, programs, and lobbying efforts
Please help by joining or renewing your membership now!  And invite your friends to join.

Upcoming Events

Saturday, Aug 2 at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Wednesday, Aug 6 at 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Thursday, Aug 14 at 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Thursday, Aug 28 at 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM