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May 19th, 2016, and the Kids' Fishing Day has come and gone... but the memories remain!


Kids' Fishing Day 2016 was a great success.  More than 300 kids, parents, and grandparents enjoyed the event at Rice Family Pavilion on Lake Wedowee.  Click to view the complete write-up and browse the many pictures added to the page.

Our Misson

Ongoing Work

For the Lake Wedowee Property Owners' Association, "Protecting Your Playground" is more than just our motto. It clearly states our mission of  safeguarding and improving the quality of the lake environment and the interests of the property owners.


An important aspect of being .a member of the LWPOA includes volunteering to help with many of our ongoing events and services, some of which are shown below:

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In our homes, we are fortunate enough to just turn on a faucet to have access to life’s most essential ingredient - clean water. But what about the lake water, where we fish, swim, ski and play? That's where the LWPOA gets involved.

Water Quality

Quarterly


Newsletters

August 27th, 28th 
Wedowee Marine South Open House and Boat Show at the new Wedowee Marine South location on Highway 48 West, 10 am to 8 pm Saturday and 10 am to 4 pm Sunday.  (800) 780-2045 or www.wedoweemarine.com for details.

September 10th

LWPOA Fall Membership Meeting, Wedowee Marine South Highway 48 West, 9 am.  Refreshments and Informative presentations by Marine Police and Alabama Power Company.  Learn important information about your lake. Additional details are available here.


Late October
Annual Renew Our Rivers Lake Cleanup,   Work with LWPOA, Alabama Power Company and your neighbors and volunteer to work to keep our lake clean. Volunteer now.

Worship on the Water 

9:00 am, Sundays, Memorial Day to Labor Day at Lakeside Marina
More information on the SIFAT Website.


Randolph County Farmers Market

Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7:00 am to Noon, May through September at the Randolph County Agriculture and Equine Center, County Road 333, off Highway 431 South.

News and Upcoming Events