Joining returning board members Kirk Meloney, Jane Nash, Tim Baker, Colette Cooke, Lisa Hutchinson and Chris Wallace are our 4 newest members. 

Eileen Ehman has joined the board as a Director and Treasurer, filling the spot vacated by Rob Baker. Eileen comes to us with a wealth of experience in finance and continues to be a part of our Grants Committee. Eileen and her husband Jim, purchased a seasonal cottage on Jack’s Road in 2002 and visited as often as they could for the next 20 years. They built a permanent house on the same spot as the cottage in 2021 and moved from Connecticut when they retired that same year. They enjoy “snowbirding” to Florida during the winter months each year.

Kevin Kelly is a longtime Lake Kanasatka neighbor, owning seasonal cottages on Vonhurst Road and Glidden Road. He and his wife Sandra built a year round home on Glidden Road in 2015. Kevin is out and about all year long keeping an eye on activities and issues that impact our lake. His deep commitment to a healthy lake and extensive experience with stormwater issues will serve our community well. A former LKWA President, Kevin is currently a member of our Communications newsletter team. He is also active in the community of Moultonborough where he volunteers at the Lakes Region Food Bank and regularly attends town meetings.

Janna Hoiberg and her husband Steve have owned their home on Avon Shores Road for over 35 years, moving here permanently from Colorado in 2020. She and Steve love to travel the world, hiking, sightseeing and enjoying the local cuisine of the many places they have visited. You may know that Janna is a successful business owner and author. She is also a key Communications Team member who makes sure that our LKWA newsletters are properly formatted in Constant Contact and are sent out via email.

Scott Apgar and his wife Lorraine are full-time residents of Moultonborough having moved here from Boxboro, MA in 2019.  Prior to relocating here permanently, they enjoyed summers and weekends at their home on Sandy Cove Road which they purchased in 2005, and then moved next door to Glidden Road in 2014.  Both Scott and Lorraine work from home and enjoy spending their non-work hours doing outdoor activities like kayaking our beautiful lake, cycling the local roadways and hiking the many trails in the area.