The areas on the attached map were treated Monday 5/9. If in those areas, we advise you not to use the irrigation system for your lawn until after Memorial Day. The water will be safe for humans, fish and pets, but not for plants.
Thank you to the Whitewater Ski Club for getting notices up around properties.
A 2-day DNR Boater’s Safety class will be held on Saturday and Sunday, May 14-15 from 8am-noon at the Whitewater Town Hall (W8590 Willis Ray Road, Whitewater). This training is open to everyone at a cost of $10 per person. Wisconsin law requires that anyone born after Jan. 1, 1989 must have a boater’s safety license in order to operate a boat. This class is a good refresher for all ages and parents are encouraged to sign up along with their children. Space is limited to 20 people. Register online at https://gowild.wi.gov/.The benefit of this class is that it reviews both the state regulations and local ordinances that the Sheriff’s Patrol enforces.
Spring 2016 District Newsletter (pdf)
Whitewater Lake was stocked with 2000+ walleye on Nov. 2, 2015 by the Wisconsin DNR. Three shipments of 6-8 inch walleyes were stocked in the lake for a total of 5588 fish.
—————– 2015 Year in review: ——————
Passed the new revised by-laws and annual meeting (May)
Casino Night – May (Chair-Gloria Navarre)
Hot Dog Picnic – June (Chair-Judy Dern)
Golf Outing and Lunch – August (Chair-Pat Koppelman and Joyce Swartwood)
Meeting – August
Financial Books Audit – thanks to Carol Marvin and our auditor Linda Tangney
Sock Hop – September (Chair-Elaine Florczak)
Donations to: Town of Whitewater for Buoys, Minneiska Ski Team, Whitewater Lake Fire Works
Discussion with the Town of Whitewater re the Lake buoys and agreement by them to include monies in their budget (over and above our donation) to increase the Town expenditures
Thank you for being members of the GWLPOA and participating in our activities. You help make Whitewater and Rice Lakes wonderful.
Lillian Roy, President email@example.com
——– GWLPOA newsletters ——-
August 2015 meeting minutes
May Newletter and Annual Report
April Newsletter and By-Laws review
2015 Annual GWLPOA Newsletter
Summer Lake District Newsletter
2015 Spring Lake District Newsletter and Insert
Lake and Aquatic Invasives Grants DNR has developed a new grant program to help shoreline owners take steps protect their lake with best practices for 2015!–
The season ending Sock Hop was with contests (twist, name that tune, hula hoops), lots of laughter, dancing, good food, and wonderful comradery. Thank you Elaine Florczak and her team
We hope you have participated in some of our great events. The Golf Outing, Bratfest, Fireworks weekend, Sock Hop and the GWLPOA Summer Lakeside Get Together were outstanding fun.