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

Little Sebago Lake’s water sparkles in the morning sun and glistens in the light of the full moon. This is true of all lakes but what sets us apart? The answer is our people’s passion to not only enjoy the lake but to protect the 2009 acres, 30.6 miles of shoreline and the 25 or more islands from degradation so future generations will enjoy the same. As we travel the 6.72 miles by boat or 5.76 miles as the crow files from Twin Brooks to Hopkin’s Dam, Little Sebago Lake Association’s mission guides us to focus on all aspects that are relevant to the health and safety of the lake. Certainly the 15 board of directors cannot do all the work and we are so fortunate to have many volunteers who help us ensure what surrounds our watershed, shoreline, shallow littoral zones and deepest parts of the lake, are protected.

Meet the Team

Pam Wilkinson

President
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Andy Mayo

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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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

Board Member
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Arnie Rosario

Board Member
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Kevin Kaserman

Board Member
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Gary Kenny

Board Member
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Barbara Sawhill

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

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