Lake Beulah Protective and Improvement Association
Spring Membership Meeting
Saturday, May 18, 9:00 a.m.
East Troy Town Hall, N9220 Stewart School Road
Join fellow members to discuss lake issues and get up-to-date information that may affect the lake and surrounding area.
Lake Beulah, an 834 acre spring-fed lake, lies in the Kettle Moraine region of Southeastern Wisconsin, Walworth County. The Lake Beulah Protective and Improvement Association (LBPIA) is a membership organization dedicated to the preservation of the natural resources of Lake Beulah and to the creation of an inviting environment for all who use the lake.
An elected board of directors voluntarily represent LBPIA members and their interests and concerns. Biannual open meetings are held in the Spring and Fall every year. Annual membership dues and donations provide the financial resources for LBPIA to carry out its mission. These resources are used for monitoring water quality and invasive species, fish stocking, construction on or around the lake, pier regulations and education. Occasionally, dues and donations fund legal challenges to actions that threaten lake quality.
We encourage all who seek a healthy, safe and clean lake to become a member of the Lake Beulah Protective and Improvement Association. Your membership and donations are greatly appreciated.
|For information and meeting minutes visit our Calendar of Events
Area Chairs Needed
Be a part of LBPIA's Area Chair Network! Area Chairs represent specific sections surrounding the lake and are the neighborhood LBPIA contact. Area Chairs are needed for:
• South Shore Drive to Humphrey Lane
• East Shore Drive to Thistle Lane
Please contact Alyssa Klopatek, LBPIA Membership Chair, for more information.
Lake Views Fall 2012 Issue