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Little Sebago Lake Association Winter - 2018/2019 “ Our mission is to protect, restore, and improve our lake’s water quality and fragile ecosystem. We will create and nurture a community of lake stewards, educate users on lake safety, and always bemindful that human needs must be balanced with the needs of the natural environment.”

BOARD MEMBERS President Pam Wilkinson

Vice President Peter Gellerson Secretary Cheryl Alterman

Treasurer Jim McBride Other Members Rod Bernier Diane Burnell Steve Davis Tim Greer Kevin Kaserman Sharon Lamontagne Debra Lavoie Kevin Murphy Arnie ​Rosario RESOURCE HELPERS Pirate Parade Organizer Scott Lowell Andy Mayo CCSWCD Liaison Carol Ann Doucette COMMITTEES Dam Committee Justine Beaudoin Jonathan Bernier Bruce Micucci Loon Committee Dorothy Bates Betty Caton Sharon Young Island Committee Carol Ann Doucette Wendy Picket Deb Gellerson Water Quality Rick Sullivan

2018 LSLA Board Members

Message From The President Pam Wilkinson

Holy Squirrels! Lazy days of summer brought 90 degree humid days, warm nights, and limited rainfall. Although it brought us close to drought conditions, it did not break records-it sure felt like it! That’s Mother Nature’s way of telling us to put down the chores to relax and enjoy her gifts. The lake level was down, not because the dam was open, but left us powerless because drops were not coming from the sky. You know what? We were still able to enjoy all the lake offers and

Little Sebago Lake Association P.O. Box 912, Windham, ME 04062-0912 • 207-809-4706 info@littlesebagolake.com • www.littlesebagolake.com CONTACT INFORMATION even learned to new navigate where new rocks seemed to grow. End of the summer storms dealt us wild winds which created havoc with docks, boats, and lake toys. Little Sebago Facebook page is a great tool providing notices of lost articles, missing pets, recommendations and best of all outstanding Continued on Page 3

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