News & Newsletters

CALL's 2024 Annual Meeting

Special thanks to everyone who attended our annual meeting earlier this month. We had a great turnout, welcomed 3 new Board Members to our group and enjoyed an interesting talk by guest speaker Ron Joseph. We also raised almost $1,700 in our quilt raffle; the lucky winner was Rick Hurwitz.

CALL's Summer 2024 Newsletter:

Click on the link below to read it in full

C.A.L.L. Summer 2024 Newsletter.pdf

Maine's Most Unwanted Aquatic Invasive Plant List for 2024:

CALL'S Winter 2024 Newsletter

Is in the mail and should be arriving shortly. A digital copy is available below.

C.A.L.L. January 2024 Newsletter.pdf

New Boating Regulations Coming 1/1/24

Beginning January 1, 2024, a person born on or after January 1, 1999, may not operate a motorboat of twenty-five (25) horsepower or greater for recreational boating purposes on inland waters of this State or territorial waters, unless that person is 12 years of age or older and has completed a boater safety and education course. These persons must possess and present a boater safety and education course certificate for inspection upon request to a law enforcement officer. There are a few exemptions, such as for registered Maine guides (hunting, fishing, and recreational guides only), commercial fishermen, daily boat renters, and merchant mariners, please click on the link below for more information.

CALL'S Summer 2023 Newsletter

Is in the mail and should be arriving shortly. For those who wish to read a digital copy, please see below: 

C.A.L.L. Summer 2023 Newsletter Color FINAL.pdf

In Memory of CALL Board President Linda Breslin

It is with great sadness that CALL announces the passing of its long-serving leader, Linda Breslin, on November 3, 2022.  Linda served as board president for over 20 years.  She was the proud owner/caretaker of an historic property on Millstone Island in Lake Saint George (see video below), and the moving force behind numerous lake/town projects, notably a watershed survey in 2003 that identified major threats to water quality, the recent repair of dams for both Lake Saint George and Stevens Pond and the establishment of a no-cost summer experience -- Lake Keepers Camp -- teaching area youth about the preserving water quality in our lakes and ponds.  Needless to say, Linda will be greatly missed.

Think you know all there is to know about Camp Road Maintenance.pdf

CALL's Summer 2022 Newsletter

Our Summer Newsletter will go out in late June. Click on the digital copy below to read online. 

C.A.L.L. Summer 2022 Newsletter Color v3.pdf

The Citizens' Association of Liberty Lakes is the recipient of a $10,000 Giving While Living Grant from the Woodard & Curran Foundation. This grant was made in memory of our dear friend and dedicated CALL Board Member, Marilyn Baer.

A statement from Woodard & Curran Foundation: 

Woodard & Curran Foundation's mission is to support organizations working to protect our water and environment. Our grant-giving philosophy is to give away as much money as possible - the inspiration for our "Giving While Living" grant program, now in its fourth year. 


Our largest group of donors is the employees of Woodard & Curran, Inc., an engineering firm of 1,000+ employees across the United States, who established the Foundation as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2010. In this, our eleventh year, we are awarding eleven $10K Giving While Living grants (a total of $110K) to 501(c)(3) organizations nominated and selected by W&C employee-donors. 35 organizations were nominated and yours is one of the eleven winners - we are thrilled to be able to support your important work!

Citizens' Association of Liberty Lakes was nominated by Jedd Steinglass in Woodard & Curran, Inc.'s Portland office.