The Lake Hartwell Association was founded in 1990 and today has 2000 family and business memberships. LHA exists to protect the quality and quantity of water resources in Hartwell Lake and its watershed; to provide a forum for discussion and action on lake-related issues; and to influence positive growth and development while preserving the quality of life for all lake users. LHA serves the best interests of lake area residents, recreational users and businesses.
The Lake Hartwell Association is managed entirely by volunteers and is a 501(c)3 qualified non-profit organization. LHA is supported almost exclusively through member dues and donations which are fully tax deductible. Members are encouraged to join one of the many LHA committees which offer interesting challenges and provide much valuable information on lake and water issues.
LHA members receive valuable and interesting information through our quarterly newsletters, email communication on current and critical issues, access to our comprehensive website and an opportunity to network with other members, area elected representatives, and agency personnel at our annual meetings and various forums.
If you are a permanent or part-time lake area resident, recreational lake user or lake area business, we encourage you to join the Lake Hartwell Association, and support our efforts “for the sake of the lake.” You can use the "Click to Join" button shown below to join, renew your membership, or to simply make a contribution to LHA.
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