The Alma-Moon Lake Protection and Rehabilitation Lake District is hosting its 39th annual meeting beginning at 11:15 a.m. on Aug. 31 at the Moon Beach Lodge in St. Germain. A lunch buffet will be served at noon, and Ted Rulseh, the program speaker, will begin at 12:30 p.m. The Lake District annual meeting is at 1:15 p.m.
The cost is $10 for lunch, and RSVP by Aug. 15 to Terrie Beier at 715-479-9339 or 715-891-3735 or her email [email protected]
Attendees do not need to come to lunch to attend the program and meeting.
Rulseh is the author of a new book, “A Lakeside Companion” and he writes “The Lake Where You Live” column for The Lakeland Times. His book and column will deepen appreciation for the forces that shape lakes and the teeming life in and around them. Discover the interconnnected worlds of the lake: the water; the sand, gravel rocks and muck of the bottom; the surface of the lake; the air above and the shoreline, a belt of land incredibly rich in flora and fauna. He also has useful advice to help those attending look out for the lake and its protection.
Rulseh is also active in lake-advocacy organizations, including the Wisconsin Citizen Lake Monitoring Network as well as the editor and publisher of several books on the Great Lakes Region, and he is the author of “On the Pond: Lake Michigan Reflections.” He lives on Birch Lake at Harshaw in Oneida County.
For more information, contact Tony Waisbrot at 715-479-1097 or visit www.almamoonlake.org.