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2015 Annual Meeting

The GELIA Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, July 11th at Weeks Park, off Dearborn Road and Acton Ridge Road in Sanbornville, along the north shore of the lake.

All GELIA members and “not-yet-members” are welcome.

The event opens at 9 a.m., so plan to visit the displays and information booths to learn about our various committees and involvements, from Memberships, the Loon Preservation Committee, Moose Mountain Regional Greenways, and the Three Rivers Land Trust, among others.

Annual Meeting (cont)

You can purchase GELIA Merchandise, AWWA 2016 Calendars, “Newichawannock Reflections” (Memories of Great East Lake) Laminated Charts, Paper Maps Reports and get other updates on GELIA programs, Volunteer Sign Up for Weed Watchers and the Lake Host Program. There will be RAFFLE Tickets for sale until 10 a.m.

Covered Seating Available & LUNCH will be compliments of GELIA - hotdogs, chips and soda

The meeting starts promptly at 10 a.m.

See you there!

Great East Lake Improvement Association

Our association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the welfare of Great East Lake, its wildlife, and environment. We see education as a primary function of this organization. Only through vigilant action and financial support can we hope to ensure that future generations will share the experience of stewardship for the treasure that is Great East Lake.

The Great East Lake Improvement Association (GELIA) traces its roots back to 1932. The founding members came together to address issues concerning the early annual fall draw-down for commercial purposes, and to discuss solutions and preventative measures for current and potential problems. It is a fundamental desire of all GELIA members to enhance and protect the quality of the lake and the surrounding habitat today and for future generations to enjoy. Maintaining a healthy lake requires ongoing vigilance by all.

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