The Lake George Historical Association (LGHA) is pleased to announce the publication of
"Stewards of the Water"
by Assembly Point Water Quality Coalition
Funded by the Touba Family Foundation, is the fourth in the LGHA "Called By The Water" book series relating to Lake George culture, history and events. This book chronicles the history of the people who are stewards of the lake.
Book Launch and Special Launch events Saturday, June 18th, 10am - 1pm
Special speaking/music event 11am - 12:30pm includes:
Lake George Mayor Bob Blais, Town Supervisor Dennis Dickinson, Lake George Park Commission's Dave Wick and Waterkeeper Chris Navitsky, all contributors to the book, will each say a few words about the state of the Lake and the importance of this book which chronicles the history of stewardship on Lake George.
Tom Ryan will exhibit several of his illustrative paintings from the publication.
Jim Brangan of Lake Champlain Basin Program CVNHP will introduce the new "Called by the Water" interpretive lake exhibition panels and speak briefly about the Last of the Mohicans, Leatherstocking Literary trail on view locally.