Mission Statement

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 be mindful that human needs must be balanced with the needs of the natural environment.

Message from the President

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.

Meet the Team

Pam Wilkinson

President
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Peter Gellerson

Vice President
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Jim McBride

Treasurer
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Cheryl Alterman

Secretary
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Diane Burnell

Board Member
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Sharon Lamontagne

Board Member
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Tim Greer

Board Member
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Scott Lowell

Board Member
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Rod Bernier

Board Member
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Kevin Murphy

Board Member
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Steve Davis

Board Member
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Debra Lavoie

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Andy Mayo

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Arnie Rosario

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Kevin Kaserman

Board Member
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LSLA History

As many of you may remember from the 1998 Summer newsletter, that was the 75th anniversary year of Little Sebago Lake Association's first annual meeting held at Camp AimHi of Sept. 6th, 1924. Since that time, the association (made up from hundreds of concerned volunteer lake property owners over the years) has strived to keep Little Sebago Lake a safe, clean, stable natural resource that can be enjoyed by everyone. The individual tasks are different now than they were in 1924 when there were committees for fishing, ice harvesting, firewood procurement and road maintenance.

Board of Directors
Meeting Minutes

Our Secretary of the Board takes minutes during all meetings, then distributes to board members before the next meeting for review. Any changes are updated to the minutes and the new version is submitted during the next meeting where the new version is reviewed to be accepted. Once accepted, it will be posted.

Information captured at our board meetings include:

  • Date and time of meeting;
  • Whether the meeting is a special or regular meeting;
  • Names of directors in attendance;
  • Names of other guests in attendance (and their titles or associations, if relevant);
  • Any board actions (e.g., approvals, delegations of authority, directives).

Below is the Board's archive to past meeting minutes:

Presentations at the Annual Meetings

Events

July 2019

LSLA Annual Meeting

July 13 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
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An event every year that begins at 9:30am on day second of July, repeating indefinitely

American Legion Post 86, 15 Lewiston Rd
Gray, Maine
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Meet us all at the American Legion Hall on Route 100 in Gray. It is easy to get to, has plenty of room, enough parking, a ramp, air conditioning and it has been renovated. We will have our merchandise there for sale as well as raffle and membership update. Social Hour: 9:30-10:00 • Meeting: 10:00-12:00    

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Pirate Parade

July 27 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Our Pirate Parade continues to be the event of the summer! This is a time for people of all ages to come together to enjoy family and friends on the lake! The meeting time is at 2pm at the lower narrows. Folks in the lower lake should start out in plenty of time to get up to the narrows on time. At 2pm we proceed up the lake past the rope swing and onto to Pirates Cove for a few hours of water…

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August 2019

Gray Blueberry Festival

August 10 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Town of Gray, 24 Main Street
Gray, Maine
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Gray Blueberry Festival celebrates Maine Wild Blueberries, community, and making connections with one another. Come join us! Free admission, tons of fun, food, contests, music, vendors, etc. We're about to start the process this year for 2019 sponsors, more volunteers, and vendors. Stay tuned.

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October 2019

Fall Lake Drawdown

October 15
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An event every year that begins at 12:00am on of October, repeating indefinitely

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The Hopkins Dam on Little Sebago Lake will be opened on or around October 15 to begin lowering the lake to winter level. Once the dam is opened the lake level will decrease by about 1/2" per day down to -15 to -18" by the end of November, weather permitting.. Please schedule boat and dock removal accordingly.

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April 2020

Spring Dam Closing

April 15, 2020
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The Hopkins Dam on Little Sebago Lake will begin the closure process by April 15 to begin bringing the lake up to the summer level. The intent is to be at full height by Memorial Day.

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