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Lake Carroll has many Clubs and Organizations, whether you are a novice or hard-core enthusiast, you’ll have a fun time. Remember, good things come to those who participate!

Only LCA Members may click on specific club links to log on for additional informaton and documents. If you are not a member and would like more information on a specific club, please email frontdesk@golakecarroll.com.

A & E
Jan - March: 3rd Friday; 8:00 am; Conference Center
Apr - Dec: 1st and 3rd Fridays; 8:00 am

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

The Architectural/Environmental Committee reviews and approves plans for proposed construction, rip rap, septic systems and other improvements to lots, recommends building code rules and regulations to the Board for approval and enforces such rules and regulations. The Committee has authority to institute fees and fines in accordance with Board approved schedules. A qualified member of one of the allied physical design professions (civil engineer, architect, land planner, etc.) is included in its membership. The Lake Carroll building inspector shall work with the A/E Committee.
Board Of Directors
Meets the 4th Friday, 6:30 pm, Conference Center
Please check the web calendar and watch the Lake Carroll News for changes due to holidays.

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

By-Laws
2nd Monday; 2:00 pm, Conference Center

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

The By-Laws Committee shall provide information and recommendations to the Board of Directors affirming that the By-Laws and land use of the Lake Carroll Development are in compliance with the governing documents. It shall promote recognition of the reciprocal benefits and responsibilities of the provisions of the Declaratory Statements of Covenants and Restrictions and By-Laws. It shall facilitate expanded understanding, availability, and dissemination of the governing documents. It shall receive and review all requests for revisions and additions to the By-Laws. It shall forward requests to be reviewed by the Board's counsel and submit them to the Board of Directors for review and approval prior to their presentation to Membership.
Campground
Apr - Oct: 2nd Sat.; 9am. Campground Pavilion

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

The Campground Committee concerns itself with the campground environs. The committee reviews the use and maintenance of the campground and recommends to the Board on such issues as rules of camping, length of stay, fee structure, and other matters pertaining to the campground area. The campground host shall serve as an integral part of this committee and may use the committee as a source of information.
Clubhouse
10am; 1st Thursday - Clubhouse

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

The Clubhouse Committee shall promote the preservation and enhancement of the Clubhouse environment including the ambience of both internal and external areas of the facility. It shall promote both the social and business enterprise by way of recommendations to the Board of Directors. The Clubhouse Manager and Golf Professional shall be an integral part of this committee.

Finance
1st Friday each month
7:30 pm, Conference Center

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

The Finance Committee will oversee the compilation of the annual operating and fixed asset budgets, provide revenue generation and/or cost containment recommendations, investigate variances to the budget and perform special projects related to financial issues of the Association as assigned by the Board of Directors.

To view Financial Statements for LCA, click HERE and scroll down to "Financial Statements".

Roster updated 1/10/2017 - dmb
Golf Course
1st Friday, 3:30pm; Clubhouse

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

The Golf Committee shall promote the preservation and enhancement of the golf course environment including the golf course proper. The committee shall encourage golf course management practices which promote the health of the golf course. The Golf Committee also recommends to the Board rules of play, fee structures and other matters pertaining to the Golf Course. The Golf Professional and the Golf Course Superintendent shall be an integral part of this Committee.

Infrastructure
3rd Monday each month, 6:00pm Conference Center.

The Infrastructure Committee shall plan for the preservation, maintenance and enhancement of all buildings, roads, parks and common areas and any other amenities not herein defined. This committee will work closely and in partnership with other committees to further common interests. The maintenance manager shall be an integral part of this Committee.
(By-Laws, Art. IX, § 8)

2009-09 Meetings as announced.
2010 Committee "inactive"
2015 Committee Reactivated

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

Lake
1st Monday in April-November, 6:30pm, Conference Center

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

The Lake Conservation Committee shall promote the preservation of the lake environment, including the dam, shoreline, beaches and docks. It shall review the lake management practices concerning the health of the lake, and encourage proper watershed and lake use management to help guarantee the proper lake water quality for the future. The lake manager shall be an integral part of this Committee.

Recreation
3rd Tuesday, 10am, Conference Center.
(Location changed from Lodge to CC in 2018)

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

The Recreation Committee shall encompass all recreation activities under the control of the Association's Recreation Director. The committee shall promote the enhancement of the recreation environment; encourage maintenance and management practices relative to facilities which include the Recreation Center, Aquatic Center, Ski Hill, and all other activities under the Recreation Director's jurisdiction. The Committee will work to encourage and promote the health of our recreation community. The Committee will serve as a recommending body to the Board for Rules and Regulations that may be related to the recreation environment. The Lake Carroll Recreation Director shall be an integral part of this committee.

Safe Workplace (Staff)
1st Wednesday each month; 10:00 am, Conference Center

The mission of the Lake Carroll Safe Workplace Committee is to develop and promote a healthy and safe environment for all employees through the involvement of all individuals with regards to education, communication, and safe work practices.

Committee formed February 2011: CinciSafe score 7 of 100.
Progress Note: February 2015: CinciSafe score 91 of 100.

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

This committee's members are LCA employees with an outside support from Cincinnati Insurance. Its purpose is to establish, enhance, and carry out policies and procedures that ensure the safety of Lake Carroll Staff while in the performance of their employed positions. Also, to provide same in respect to the safety of LCA Members, Guests, and Patrons utilizing LCA facilities and amenities.
Safety
2nd Saturday 8:30 am; Hearing convene at 9 am

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

The Safety Committee reviews the safety rules and regulations of the Association and recommends appropriate revisions to the Board. The Committee is responsible for monitoring security in its enforcement and public service duties, particularly as it pertains to controlling vehicular safety on the Association's roads, trails and the lake's waterways, and fire safety in Lake Carroll's environs. It presents relevant matters to the Board. The security chief shall be an integral part of this committee.

The Committee shall establish and maintain the hearing panel selected from its members. This panel may deliberate concluded testimony and questioning in closed session upon a motion duly made, seconded and approved by a majority of the panel's members.
Steering
1st Saturday each month
9am, Conference Center

To access the Board Recommendation form, click here BOD Rec form.

The Steering Committee develops and examines the long-term needs for the future of Lake Carroll. The committee in conjunction with other standing committees will research, prioritize, and recommend strategies to meet the needs identified. The Committee may establish public relations programs with local townships, villages, towns and counties as approved by the Board.
Wildlife Management
Regular Meeting Schedule: 2nd Saturday every other month, 10:30am, Conference Center (following the Safety Meeting).

The mission of the Wildlife Management Committee is to self manage the density of the deer and turkey population and wildlife on Lake Carroll property by Lake Carroll Members. This program will require strict adherence to State and Local game laws. We will require archery proficiency tests for all new hunters and expect all hunters to conduct themselves in a safe manner that is respectful to others and their property. Rules and Regulations Meetings will be held for all wildlife activities that are sponsored by Wildlife Management Committee.

Board approved Ad Hoc Committee April 23, 2010. Members appointed May 21, 2010

Membership voted to add the Wildlife Mgmnt Committee to the Standing Committees of Lake Carroll at the December 5, 2010 Annual Meeting.
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