The Yahara Lakes Association (YLA) is a non-profit organization which works to improve and preserve the lakes and rivers in the Yahara chain of lakes in south central Wisconsin.
YLA is dedicated to representing waterfront property owners and advocating for the vitality of the Yahara chain of lakes so all citizens may enjoy them.
What does Yahara Lakes Association do?
Keep our members informed and involved in lake issues and events.
Take direct action and advocacy on lake, shoreline, and property issues.
Provide legislative representation and interaction with local and state officials.
Support and coordinate outreach and research on lake issues with farmers, government officials and communities.
Lake Mendota. Lake Monona.
Yahara River. Lake Waubesa. Lake Kegonsa.
Yahara Lakes Association Annual Dinner
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Blackhawk Country Club
6:00 - 8:30 pm
Dinner is $50/per person
Please join us for a fun and entertaining evening! You will have the opportunity to meet other lake property owners, meet the YLA Board of Directors and learn more about Yahara Lakes Association.
At this year’s dinner John Reimer will be awarded the “Public Official of the Year” award and Nancy Peckham will be awarded the “Member of the Year” award. Special Guest Speaker will be Joe Parisi - Dane County Executive.
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