General Manager’s Report
Official LWA News
The Annual Picnic and Meeting was a huge success! Last year’s attendance was estimated at 500 members, and this year we estimated over 1,000 people were served a hot dog/hamburger, beverages and Lazy Dog Ice Cream!
Thank you to all who attended and made this a wonderful community event. Our committees and clubs were well represented at the Informational Fair, so we hope to see many new additions to these great clubs and committees.
Thank you to all the committees, clubs, volunteers and staff that contributed to the success of the day.
As part of the day’s festivities, the results of the Board of Directors Election were announced and we are pleased to welcome Fred Peterson and Chris Martin as our new Board Members.
Our 2015/2016 officers are as follows:
Board President, Mike Rodriguez
Vice President, Betsy Ballard
Secretary, Fred Peterson
Treasurer, Robert Anderson
Remaining on the Board as Directors are Alice Siudzinski, Mark Bailey and Roger Stover.
I would like to thank our exiting Board Members, Stan Oparowski and Michael Zemetra, for your many years of service to our community as members of the Board of Directors.
As is tradition in Lake Wildwood, the Annual Lake Wildwood Citizen of the Year nominees were announced, which included Paula Ferrell, Nora Kinney, Jeannie Church, Dave Anderson and John Ballard, and our 2015 winner was Bob Pleski.
We appreciate and recognize your service and commitment to Lake Wildwood and its members.
One of the highlights of the Annual Picnic and Meeting was the Art Flair, where our talented members displayed their stunning fine art and photography.
I hope you enjoyed the day as much as I did. It was great seeing so many familiar faces and meeting many of you for the first time at the Annual Picnic. It is truly a privilege to be a part of this inspirational community.
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