The Little Sebago Lake Association Scholarship Award To help support our local communities and to encourage lake stewardship, the Board of Directors created a new scholarship in 2015. The goal of this scholarship is to assist graduating high school students who enroll in a college program to pursue a degree in general environmental sciences, water quality or watershed management. Up to two $500 scholarships will be awarded each year, one to a graduating senior from Windham High School and one from Gray-New Gloucester High School. Last spring, we were very pleased to award the fourth annual (2018) scholarship to two most deserving students. The scholarship winner from Windham High School was Georgia Reed, a student who has a passion for the outdoors and a strong interest in environmental protection and advocacy. She successfully completed the difficult AP Environmental Science program at WHS. This fall she is attending the University of Southern Maine to study Environmental Science. The recipient of the Gray-New Gloucester High School scholarship was Alexandra Lambert who is attending George Washington University in Washington, DC to study Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, and Political Science. At GNGHS, Alexandra played soccer as well as indoor and outdoor track and was a captain on the track team. She was a leader in various other student activities, including President of the Student Council, a member of the National Honor Society and a head delegate at the model United Nations. Alexandra has a passion for science, political science, and alternative energy.
We are proud to help support these hard-working students as they pursue their education and careers.
Annual Pirate Parade CHANGE OF DATE! W e want to notify you of a change of date and time for the parade this
upcoming year. There have been people wanting to participate in the Parade, but due to conflicts with the Yarmouth Clam Festival, Road Association Meetings, etc., have been unable to take part. It is time to accommodate those requests.
T he parade date for 2019 will be July 27 th at 2 PM with a rain date of July 28 th at 2 PM. Everyone on the lake is invited to participate in this fun event! Starting at the lower narrows, boats will parade up the lake to the sandbar by the upper narrows.
We look forward to another successful Pirate Parade coming up this summer! AARRRGGHHH!