Beaver Lake Association

Please support our sponsors

Beaver Lake Association Clubs

 

These are the clubs formally recognized by the Beaver Lake Association Board of Directors.

 

Fishing Club

President: Dan O'Brien - (402) 235-3371

 

Ladies Auxiliary

President: Cheryl Duprey (402) 651-5786
Treasurer: Darlene Briscoe (402) 235-2975

 

Nature & Garden Club

President: Janet Houston (402) 235-2825

 

Beaver Lake Fishing Club

The Beaver Lake Fishing Club was established in 1975 prior to our lake water rising to Full Pool. Property owners of Beaver Lake established the non-profit organization. The main goal of the club is aimed at providing the appropriate fish stockings needed to maintain a clear water fishery second to none. The Club is also involved with educating youths from the surrounding area, in all aspects of fishing and enjoyment of the great outdoors. The Fishing Club also strives to keep our lake beautiful by sponsoring annual clean-up days. Club members have removed thousands of pounds of trash and debris found on our banks and in our lake. Recently, the Fishing Club placed fish habitats into the lake to allow the fish population to grow. The Annual Free Kids Fishing Tournament draws many youngsters to the clubhouse. The kids are treated to a half-day of fishing, bait is free, and then they are rushed into the clubhouse to receive individual awards and prizes. The little casters are then fed a gourmet kids meal and allowed to go home happy with their parents. The President, Vice President, and Secretary lead the Fishing Club. Fishing Club meetings are held at the Beaver Lake Clubhouse every (1st) first Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. Dues are $20 per year and you must be a Beaver Lake property owner to join. Please come on by for one of the meetings, you are invited anytime. Join us today! Get our Application/Renewal Form! Fill out our creel survey, see more about the Beaver Lake Fishing Club, or view fishing photos.

back to top


Beaver Lake Ladies Auxiliary

The charter meeting of the Beaver Lake Ladies Auxiliary was held at the clubhouse on April 10, 1978. The President was Lavonne Fusaro and the Treasurer was Eloise Henslee. These ladies still reside at Beaver Lake. Please see our 2017 schedule and more details on our group's webpage at the link below. Ladies, please join us in our activities, visit with old friends or make new ones. The Auxiliary is a social and service organization. We have a business meeting and activity the first Monday of the month (April through December). At our meetings, we discuss ways we can beautify and support our Beaver Lake community. To this purpose we have sponsored such activities as the Children's Halloween Party, the Christmas Dinner Dance, the Easter Egg Hunt, and the Talent Show. The Auxiliary has also worked in conjunction with the Nature & Garden Club for the Garden Walk and with the Beaver Lake Board on various projects for the betterment of our community. All meetings are at the Beaver Lake Clubhouse unless otherwise indicated. We have both daytime and evening meetings. Watch for our signs at the corners of Murray Rd & Fire Lane, Beaver Lake Blvd & Monroe, and Rock Bluff Rd & Clubhouse Circle. Members also meet at various locations for breakfast the 2nd Monday of the month and for lunch on the 4th Tuesday of the month. Membership is open to any Beaver Lake Association member in good standing. The yearly dues are $10. See more about the Beaver Lake Ladies' Auxiliary.

back to top

 

Beaver Lake Nature & Garden Club

The Beaver Lake Nature Club meets at the Clubhouse the second Thursday night from April through October at 7:00 p.m. Our club is open to anyone interested in the wildlife around us, learning more about it, and enjoying others who share the same joy and concerns. Our meetings are short, leaving more time for the program presenters. Anyone can join; you do not have to be from Beaver Lake. Our dues of $5.00 per year are used to pay for some very interesting programs. We have the good fortune to have a Wild Life Rescuer living here at the lake. Lana Halstead will accept injured or orphan animals and birds. She sends those she can not care for to the rescuer trained in that species. Her number is 235-2209. Nature is more a part of all of us than we give thought to. It is important to save the habitats and environment around us. Drastic changes in these affect how we live our lives. Please plan on joining us and learn to enjoy the nature around you. See more about the Beaver Lake Nature and Garden Club.

back to top