Following the statewide order of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the Lake George Association staff are all working from their homes for the foreseeable future.
“We are fortunate that most of us have the ability to work from home at this time of year, as we are preparing for a summer season of educational programs and water quality protection projects,” said Walt Lender, Executive Director of the LGA.
“We hope that the country can weather this storm, and the LGA employees and Board of Directors want to ensure we are doing our part to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus,” Lender said.
The LGA office will stay closed until the LGA is told by state officials that we are able to return. Until then, LGA staff members are best reached by email at the following addresses:
Walt Lender, Executive Director: [email protected]
Dannica Campbell, Office Manager: [email protected]
Nancy Cobb-Zoll, Director of Development: [email protected]
Patrick Dowd, Director of Communications: [email protected]
Randy Rath, Project Manager: [email protected]
Kristen Wilde, Director of Education: [email protected]
The LGA staff had been working from home on a rotating basis as of Monday, out of an abundance of caution and following Gov. Cuomo’s order.
For more information on the Lake George Association, please see our updated and encyclopedic website at http://www.LakeGeorgeAssociation.org
The Lake George Association is the oldest and most experienced lake protection organization in the country, whose members support water quality protection, water quality monitoring, education and lake-friendly living programs that benefit the watershed from Lake George Village to Ticonderoga.
All the money raised by the Lake George Association goes to projects and programs that benefit the Lake and the watershed, protecting Lake George water quality now and in the future.