Dues and Donations

                          Lake Owen Association

 Your annual dues are critical to the efforts of the Lake Owen Association. We have a well deserved reputation as “Wisconsin’s Healthiest Lake” and we want to keep it that way. With your support, we will continue and expand our water quality initiative, stock more fish, have more social functions, and generally add to the quality of life at our special place.

Who should pay dues to LOA? Anyone who owns property on or within one mile of Lake Owen is eligible to join LOA. If more than one family occupies your property, every separate tax parcel is eligible to join, vote, enjoy the benefits of LOA…. And pay dues. 

ANNUAL DUES ARE $75 PER TAX PARCEL, PER CALENDAR YEAR.ADDITIONAL DONATIONS ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE, ALWAYS NEEDED…AND MOST APPRECIATED.

 Please specify where you wish any additional donation to apply: 

___Water quality (AIS monitoring)

___Fish Stocking

___Lake Owen History Book 

Please make checks payable to Lake Owen Association, and send (along with this form) to Bill Hannaford, LOA Treasurer, 1208 W. 4th Street, New Richmond, WI 54017 

NAME:__________________________________________________________________ 

PERMANENT MAILING ADDRESS:_________________________________________ 

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LAKE OWEN ADDRESS:___________________________________________________

 EMAIL ADDRESS:________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 



 

Please send contributions and annual dues of $75 to:
 

Lake Owen Association

P.O. Box 132

Cable, WI  54821

 

See the form on the next page for more information. Thank you

 

 

 

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