Volunteers will take trash out of Lake Lanier on Saturday, September 14th for Shore Sweep 2019.
Jennifer Flowers is the new executive director of the not-for-profit of the Lake Lanier Association.
Put your love for Lake Lanier into action. Volunteer for Shore Sweep 2019!
Lake Lanier Association’s annual meeting has a number of purposes. It’s the perfect time to hear all about what’s up with the lake. It’s also the perfect time to become a member of the non-profit Lake Lanier Association (LLA).
There are three great reasons to attend the 2019 Atlanta Boat Show that runs from Thursday, January 10th through Sunday the 13th at the Georgia World Congress Center in Hall A.
Perseverance keeps Lake Lanier, clean, safe and full, as you’ll read in the Lake Lanier Association newsletter.
Thirty years ago — in 1988 — the Lake Lanier Association (LLA) held its first Shore Sweep event. LLA’s volunteers have removed tons of junk from Lanier ever since. Their 30th Anniversary Shore Sweep was the best yet!
The Lake Lanier Association orchestrates a thousand Shore Sweep volunteers to collect trash from Lake Lanier annually. Although this year’s event on Saturday, September 15, 2018 is officially scheduled from 8 AM until 1 PM, they could use your help even before the big day.
When the Lake Lanier Associations finds an abandoned dock in Lanier set adrift — instead of paying to have it removed — they try to identify the owners and hold them responsible for the cost of removal.
It’s hard to believe the brainchild of the Lake Lanier Association is getting so old. Come celebrate Shore Sweep’s 30th birthday with a party on August 25, 2018, at Lake Lanier Olympic Park.