The annual fall drawdown began in earnest on Columbus day. LSWA board volunteers have been clearing the dam gate from leaves to allow a clean exit.
The annual Lake Singletary Earth Day Cleanup was held April 22. We had a modest turnout this year, and really appreciate those who took part!
Couldn’t join us? You can always help in many ways:
Lake Singletary Watershed Association Announces 3 new Board Members.
We are pleased to report that Matt Connors, Bob Kimball, and Sean Kloczkowski have joined the LSWA Board of Directors, which was ratified by unanimous vote at the August 30 General Meeting.
Selected areas of Lake Singletary in Sutton/Millbury were chemically treated with USEPA/MA registered aquatic herbicides and algaecides to control nuisance and invasive aquatic vegetation and algae on Thursday, August 10, 2023. The entire lake was closed to swimming until August 11, 2023.
The treatment was done for the Lake Singletary Watershed Association, pursuant to licenses/permits from MassDEP and the Sutton and Millbury Conservation Commissions.
LSWA in the news! Check out this article from Maureen Sullivan at the Millbury Sutton Chronicle.
LSWA Board Members Wanted! 📣
The LSWA board of directors are looking for NEW board members within the Singletary community to join us. LSWA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity volunteer organization. Commitment requires annual paid dues and actively participating in a committee for LSWA. Meetings run from March-October; we meet 1x per month and stay connected virtually year round.
Our goal is to protect the water quality of Lake Singletary in order to maintain the aesthetic and recreational values it holds in our community. Come join us! Please send inquiries to email@example.com. 📧
Sutton Deputy Fire Chief Jim Galanos and the Sutton Fire/Rescue team practice emergency boating rescues on Lake Singletary.