Message from the President

Message From The President, Pam Wilkinson

The winter months on Little Sebago Lake have been enjoyed by many of us, but now it is time to look forward and hope for the same warm and sunny days we enjoyed in Summer 2016!

During the winter, the LSLA Board of Directors and committees met routinely to strategize the best practices to ensure Little Sebago Lake lives up to your expectations. Our mission "to protect, restore, and improve our lake's water quality and fragile ecosystem... nurturing and educating lake stewards and users, and promoting lake safety" is not taken lightly. The LSLA Board of Directors is a dedicated group of people with various talents and, like you, a love for Little Sebago.

While you may think that milfoil is at the top of our list of concerns, you may be surprised to know that Hopkins Dam requires frequent monitoring, maintenance, fulfillment of regulatory requirements, and addressing of safety concerns. A breach of the dam would be catastrophic. No dam; no lake.

The LSLA Board of Directors brings much value to the lake membership. It is like running a small, all volunteer business that provides you with ongoing programs and communications- all aimed at protecting our piece of heaven.

Although any, and all, Little Sebago Lake users receive the value of membership, only about half the property owners financially support the LSLA's continued efforts. This year we are offering a new opportunity for those who have yet to support us, as well as provide additional options for those who do.

Something New!

We are shifting from dues request to donation options. Our new Membership Pledge form offers several categories of sponsorship. We hope you will choose the option that works best for you.

Another new addition to our donor process begins with the Spring 2017 newsletter where we will publish the names of all contributors in recognition and thanks for their financial support. We hope to include you among them!

May we count on you to support the conservation of Little Sebago?

With caring regards on behalf of the LSLA Board of Directors,

Pam Wilkinson

President, LSLA