The Archibald Lake Association could not be the organization it is without the active support and involvement of our members. Thank you. There are many opportunities to assist the Association with both social and lake-related projects.
Karla DeWitt Doyle is our new volunteer coordinator. Please feel free to contact her with any questions you may have about the various volunteer opportunities.
Clean Boats/Clean Waters:
Clean Boats, Clean Waters is a volunteer program that works from our boat landing. Teams of volunteers help perform boat and trailer checks and provide information to boaters about ways to prevent the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species. Boat landing monitors typically work three 90 minute sessions during the summer. Training is done during your first session by another volunteer.
If you would like more information and would like to participate in this activity please contact Karla Doyle (email@example.com) for more information.
Adopt a Shoreline:
Adopt a Shoreline is a volunteer program that involves surveying the lake for the presence of invasive species. The purpose of the program is to identify invasive species and track their locations on Archibald Lake. Survey work consists of looking on the shore and in the shallow water for invasive plants and animals (primarily zebra mussels). Ideally, survey work should be done two or more times per summer. Training and online resources will be provided.
We need help with annual picnic. If you are willing to help out please contact our volunteer coordinator Karla Doyle
Brat and Burger Fries are one of our largest fund raising activities. They are held at the Lakewood SuperValu. The dates are listed on the Events page of this website. If you can help out please contact Larry Schmechel at 920-544-6124. Remember that we need customers as well. Please let your friends and family know that if they are looking for a reasonable & delicious lunch to stop in and support our organization. And best of all the proceeds go to the betterment of Archibald Lake.