Pequaywan Lakes Association

Officers:

President: Phyllis Mead, 9130 West Branch Rd, 848-2051

First Vice President: Bob McDonough, 3063 Little Cloquet River Road, 525-2239

Second Vice President: Judith Strom, 2175 Pinewood Road, 848-2600

Treasurer: Jim Guldseth
Mailing Address: 14550 Beverely Lane, Savage, MN 55378
Cabin: 8828 West Branch Road, 848-2325

Secretary: Marialice Arndt, 9107 Pequaywan Lake Road, 848-2998

Director at Large Little Lake: Kathy Sluka, 8926 West Branch Road, 848-2510

Director at Large Big Lake: Jan Kolehmainen, 9351 Pequaywan Lake Road, 848-2512

Committees:

Members are encouraged to join a committee. These committees are a good way to get involved and help make this an even better area.

Environmental Protection: Tree issues, invasive species, loon watch, pest management, and area mining

Events Committee: Evaluate and plan community events such as the annual picnic, solicit volunteers to provide treats for monthly meetings.

Finance: Responsible for Association finances and reports.

History of Lakes Area: Compile history of the association and area through interviews with longtime residents and solicitation of historical photos
and documents from residents.
Contact: Phyllis Mead

Lake Quality: Develop programs or communications that promote water quality in our lakes, water testing, shoreline (regulations, protection, erosion prevention), zoning issues

Program Committee:
Identify topics for meetings and obtain speakers, educational programs and materials
Contact:Judy Strom

Safety - Watercraft - Fire: Develop programs or communication
concerning safety on water and land, buoy placement, and boating courtesy and regulations.
Contact: Scott Mead

Service Committee: Identify services to benefit members,such as Trash or Yard Waste Day, determine costs, and solicit volunteers.
Contact: Dick Arndt

 

Mission

The mission of the Association is to ensure that the waters of Big and Little Pequaywan Lakes and their watershed be maintained and enhanced forever as a beautiful place to live, swim, boat and fish.

The Association envisions a lake system where recreational users are courteous and responsible to each other and where everyone works together for the common good of the community.

Association Newsletters
Spring 2013
Spring 2012
Spring 2011
Spring 2010
August 2010
Spring 2009
Spring 2008
August 2008
Spring 2007