As an active, volunteer led organization, the LWCA has much to offer our members and others who call Lake Weslemkoon their home. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us. We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line.
The LWCA is committed to protecting the terrestrial and aquatic environment of Lake Weslemkoon. Membership funds support the following volunteer led programs.Click on each image to learn more.
We maintain an Environmental Fund for use on projects that are agreed upon by our members.
The LWCA provides the following programs and services. Click on each to find out more.
Our annual AGM is a great day packed with activities, information, and opportunities to meet other cottagers. It is typically held on Saturday morning of the Civic Holiday long weekend (beginning of August).
Other activities that we are involved in include the Labour Day Treasure Hunt at Tanglewood Marina and the Sailing Regatta.
Photographers can enter our photo contest this summer by tagging their photo #LWCAphotocontest2020 on Instagram or Facebook.
The topics are:
June - cabins / outhouses
July - on the water
August - kids & dogs
September - traditions
October - nature's beauty
Educational materials and campaigns on topics such as safe boating, lake maps, the Loon Call Newsletter, blog posts, email updates, Instagram, Facebook and this website are all ways that we keep our cottagers informed.
Visit our Instagram page by searching @LWCA_ontario.
On Facebook, search for our LWCA page and "like us"!
Alison Myles - Loon Call Editor
Bruce Magee - Forestry & Trails
Carol Bell - Secretary
Marty Blake - Water Levels
Carolyn Calhoun - Membership
Diane Morden - Finances
Ian Mackenzie - Water Quality
Janice Mackenzie - Communications
Ken Senter - Past President
Patty Milne - President
Paul Bottos - Municipal Affairs
Steve Latto - Markers, Custodial Visits
Melissa Tervit - Vice President
It takes a lot of energy and many hands to provide the programs and services that the LWCA offers.
We are currently seeking people to fill the following two roles on the Board of Directors:
We would love assistance in other areas as well, from trail clearing to blog writing.
Please support the important work of keeping our lakes healthy & safe for all to enjoy by becoming a "Member" (for property owners there is one membership permitted per cottage) or a "Friend of the Lake".
As of May 26, 2020 we have a total of 218 members and friends. Sign-up and payment can be done through this website or if you prefer via cheque or INTERAC e-transfer. Simply click on the link below "Pay your 2020 Membership Fees".
Refer a new Member or Friend of the Lake and receive a discount on next year's membership dues ($10 discount if you refer a new Member and $5 discount if you refer a Friend of the Lake).