Androscoggin Lake Association
The mission of the Androscoggin Lake Association (ALIC) is to preserve and protect Androscoggin Lake.
The Lake Association is actively seeking new candidates for nomination to the board of directors. Please contact the board of directors at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any interest or questions about serving on the board.
Summer is Here
- Check out the 2015 Androscoggin Lake Association Summer Newsletter.
- It is time to renew your Lake Association (ALIC) membership. Or, if you are not already a member, this is also a good time to join!
- Attend the Androscoggin Lake Association Annual Meeting on August 8th, 8:30am, at the Androscoggin Yacht Club in Wayne.
Summer Events Calendar
- July 25 - VLMP Annual Conference
The Annual Conference of the Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program (VLMP) will be held this year in Turner on July 25th. Click on the conference link to learn more and to register. The Lake Association (ALIC) is making available a limited number of scholorships to this event this year. Contact Buddy at 207-320-5720 for information about carpooling and scholarships.
- August 1 - Annual 30 Mile River Watershed Association Paddle Trek
The Androscoggin Lake Association (ALIC) is a member organization of the 30 Mile River Watershed Association. Each summer, this association sponsors a paddle trek along the waterways which help to feed our lake. Plan to join in on the fun this year! Visit www.30mileriver.org for information.
- August 8 - Androscoggin Lake Association (ALIC) Annual Meeting
Attend the Annual Meeting on August 8th at the Androscoggin Yacht Club in Wayne. The potluck breakfast begins at 8:30am, followed by the business meeting at 9:00am. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.
- August 22 - Maine Lakes Conference
The Maine Lakes Society will be holding its Annual Conference this year on August 22 at Camp O At Ka on Sebago Lake.
Watch this site for updates to summer events.
About Androscoggin Lake
Beautiful Androscoggin Lake, a 4000 acre lake in Wayne and Leeds, is an unusual wildlife habitat for several endangered species, abundant and popular fishery, home for rare plant communities, and important recreational resource in Central Maine. Read more and see the Photo Gallery
The Androscoggin Lake Association, incorporated in 1980, became ALIC, the Androscoggin Lake Improvement Corporation. We have grown to over 200 member families and supporters, and ALIC is well known state wide as a very active environmental advocacy group and innovative lake association. Read more about ALIC's history, projects, and goals.
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