In Memory of Rosalia Anna Ashby

Many thanks for the passion, dedication, and generosity of Bruce and Mary Ashby. Their generous financial support helped to fund the purchase of the Floating Classroom, which was named in memory of Bruce’s mother – Rosalia Anna Ashby.

Floating classroom donors
Donors to the Floating Classroom, the Rosalia Anna Ashby, are listed on a donor recognition plaque on the boat, shown here beside Ken Robbins.

Our sincere gratitude to our additional supporters:

  • Francis J. Kain – Brother, Uncle, Friend and Outdoorsman
  • Joe and Kathy Miller
  • In Honor of Kenneth E. Robbins – A champion of the Lake!
  • Holly and Bob de Buys
  • In Memory of Ruth P. Allen, Teacher
  • By Kathe and Rolly Allen, Robin, David, Rick, Nicole, and Jessica
  • Matt and Denise Finley
  • Rick and Lynn Kudlack
  • Helen V. Froehlich Foundation
  • Town of Bolton Landing – with special thanks to Kathy Simmes
  • Claneil Foundation, Inc. – Peter and Gretchen Menzies
  • Corinthian Catamarans
  • In Memory of David C. Lawrence – who loved this lake, its waters and its lore – given by his Lake Family.
  • Jack and Cathy LaBombardIn Memory of Michael G. Levy – “Mikeee”– Husband, Father, Son, Lover of the Lake
  • Buzz and Cheryl Lamb
  • In Honor of Bruce and Mary Ashby – Ardent Lake Stewards, Passionate about the Lake and Devoted Friends! – Given By Josh Porte

Additional grant funding provided by:

  • BoatUS Teens Afloat
  • Community Exchange Foundation
  • Charles R. Wood Foundation
  • Cloudsplitter Foundation
  • Glens Falls Foundation
  • Helen and Ritter Shumway Foundation
  • International Paper Foundation
  • Lake Champlain Basin Program
  • VisitLakeGeorge.com
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match
  • The Bender Scientific Fund of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region

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All the money raised by the Lake George Association stays in the Lake George watershed and is used to protect Lake George projects from Ticonderoga to Lake George Village.
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