Chetek Lakes Protection Association, Inc. The Chetek Chain of Lakes
Chetek - Prairie - Pokegama - Ojaski - Ten Mile
Welcome to our website!
Our mission is to preserve and protect the Chetek Lakes, and their surroundings, and to enhance the water quality, fishery, boating, safety, and aesthetic value of the Chetek Lakes, as a public recreational facility for today and for future generations. The Chetek Lakes Protection Association, Inc., was first established as a Lake committee in 1985, and became a qualified Association in 1995. The Association is governed by an elected President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Board of Directors — plus our dues-paying members. Our members, and support from the surrounding community are what allow us to continue to operate. We receive no government funding so any donation or volunteer work from you is most greatly appreciated!
Our monthly board meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at the Chetek Town Hall (not city hall) at 213 Knapp Street at 5 pm. They are open to the public!
We had our annual meeting on August 5th, 2017. Please find the attached pdf of the powerpoint presentation for your reference and feel free to contact us with any questions.
Jamey Lideen – Acting President Jack Schnell – Vice President Kristina Olson – Secretary Alex Swanson – Treasurer Directors: Jack Rusch, Ryan Maikowski, John Flor, & Paul Bussone
Each position is run for a two year term. The president and vice president are elected in even years (2016), and the secretary and treasurer in odd years (2017). Directors also have two year terms, but can be added in any year for a total of six directors.
CLPA ByLaws - revised August 6, 2016
The Chetek Lakes Protection Association, Inc., updated their bylaws so they could be contained within one document with minor changes, which are outlined in the attached document below. The Bylaws follow.
Want to join the CLPA? All area residents and businesses are encouraged to be members of the Chetek Lakes Protection Association, Inc. It is a gratifying feeling to know you are putting something back into a valuable resource like our lake system. Annual dues are just $15.00 for an individual, $20.00 for a family, or $30.00 for a business. To become a member fill out the Membership Form (membershipltr2017.pdf), and follow the instructions provided in the form.