50th Annual LPA Meeting Includes Reports, Outlook

This drawing shows the main entrance of the new LPA shop building, looking southeast. Cupolas, wainscot and a stone entrance to the shop’s office area will “dress up” the facility. A berm on the west and south of the property will support evergreen plantings to provide a visual screen. Plantings also be implemented on the north side of the complex.

By Susan Thompson 

The 50th annual meeting of the Lake Panorama Association was May 11, with about 100 people in attendance. The meeting provided an update on activities during the past year, plus a look ahead to the next 12 months. 

Re-elected to the LPA board for another three-year term were Gary Evans and Jim Spradling. Newly elected was Neil Wright, replacing Larry Babcock, who was completing a three-year term. 

LPA Security Chief Talks Water Issues

Jerry Armstrong, LPA Security Chief

By Susan Thompson 

In 1969, Jerry Armstrong was Lake Panorama’s first security officer for one year, before taking other jobs for many years. He then worked the LPA security night shift full-time for 10 years, before stepping into the LPA security chief role in October 2016. In this month’s Q&A, Armstrong talks about boating on Lake Panorama.  

Q: What’s new this year for boaters at Lake Panorama?