Lake Lanier Association’s 30th Anniversary Shore Sweep

Welcome to Lake Lanier

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!

Shore Sweep Volunteers Needed for Advance Scouting

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.

LLA is Removing Derelict Docks & Boats from Lanier

It’s like the movie, High Noon, without horses.  Joanna Cloud, executive director of the Lake Lanier Association (LLA), is the sheriff of Lake Lanier and she and her gang are removing derelict docks and boats from Lanier.  And they won’t stop until they’ve driven all the jetsam from the lake.