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HOW DOES SCLA Protect The Lakes? SLIDE DECK: All Member Mtg. Oct. 25

10/26/2022 4:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The SCLA board of directors hosted an "All Member Virtual Meeting" October 25 to review how SCLA is working to protect water quality and to encourage members to complete the $1.2M campaign to ensure long term funding of the work.  Ray Langer, Chair of the SCLA AIS Committee joined President Larry Keller and Vice President Jerry Keating to lead a presentation of the many ways that SCLA works to protect the Spider Chain of Lakes.  Click here to download a copy of the presentation.

A generous SCLA family has created a $100,000 Match Challenge to inspire members to donate in 2022: please do so whether you have already donated or you have yet to make your first gift.  All donations to the Preserve & Protect Fund (or, separately to the endowment or emergency reserve) will be matched dollar for dollar if made by December 31, 2022. Completing the $1.2M campaign will provide a reliable source of funding to protect the Spider Chain of Lakes for future generations.  

Members of the SCLA board of directors began calls this month, to every member to explain how SCLA protects the lakes.  For more information, reach out to SCLA at   And watch your USPS mail for a letter with the 2023 Member Renewal Form; it contains more information on why an endowment and emergency reserve are critical to our ability to fund protection efforts in the long term.

Spider Chain of Lakes Association
PO Box 1082 • Hayward, WI 54843

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