The Angle Lake Shore Club Needs a New Leader!

With both sadness and gratitude, we must announce that our intrepid leader of the last 13 years, Lonnie Goulet, has decided to resign as president of the shore club. 

I ask everyone to remember his vibrant, creative years at our helm. So much of what the club has achieved in the last baker’s dozen years came from Lonnie’s enthusiasm and drive and his willingness to go the extra mile. We can’t replace that but ask you to consider whether you might take a shot at leading the club into the next exciting era.

There is not another Lonnie but we know there is someone in our club able to step into his shoes. Just bring your own socks. The rest of the board will remain intact and able to ease the transition for our next President. We ask you to think about whether you’d enjoy putting your mark on the festivities the club organizes around our lake. Perhaps you have ideas for new events of interest. Maybe you want to make sure that the fireworks, fishing derby, Tapas, et al continue on for all to enjoy. Maybe it’s just your time to give back your energy to our great community. If so please step up!!

The duties of the president include chairing our board meetings - about 8-10 each year (in non-covid years), presiding at the Christmas Party and other events, and organizing things like the fireworks. Having some organization skills would be good since someone has to keep us on track. Lonnie did hold the presidency for 13 years but if our next leader only stays a couple years that’s ok too. It’s a fun group to work with and we’d love to see what happens when you put your stamp on our club. So, old or young, woman, man, doesn’t matter - just a little leadership to help our community stay vibrant.

If you have questions or would like to discuss possibilities please shoot me an email at and let’s talk. We’d love to see where you take us next!

Jim Todd

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