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The FLPO Board meets bi-monthly, the first Saturday of the month, 9:30a, beginning in February (February, April, June, August, October, December). All FLPO members are invited to attend. If you wish to add an item to the agenda, don't hesitate to contact the FLPO president for consideration. The FLPO annual meeting takes place the first Saturday of June, 9:30a. All meetings occur at the Fox Lake Town Hall, W10543 CTY F.

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Our Story

The Fox Lake Preservation Organization was created around 1954 by people who love the lake and were concerned about the quality of life for the waters of Fox Lake and the area of Fox Lake.  Before helping organize the Inland Lake District, the Fox Lake Preservation Organization was involved in many large projects for the lake, such as dam repair, fish stocking, aeration to prevent winter fish kill, purchasing of buoys to mark the aerator area, paying the electric bill to run them, buying an oxygen tester for use by DNR and then the Township, start-up of installation of rock beds for walleye habitat, the building of fish cribs, running a weed cutter, volunteering of time for all major jobs, working with DNR on projects such as fish shocking surveys and fish stocking, and donation toward water rescue equipment

Once the Inland Lake District was formed, they and the DNR performed many of these larger jobs through grant programs.  Now the FLPO still stocks fish, works on fish habitats, and furnishes the Town Park with tables, grills, a handicapped fishing pier, and a band/picnic shelter.  We donate toward many recreational activities such as annual fireworks, Concerts in the Park,  and Friends Fishing/Pontoon Ride Outing.

We encourage everyone in the Fox Lake area to become members. Your voice can be heard through us, even if you don’t live here full-time.

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Our Mission

The purpose of the Fox Lake Preservation Organization is to preserve and improve Fox Lake and its surroundings and to enhance the water quality, fishery, boating safety, and aesthetic values of Fox Lake as a public recreational facility for today and future generations.

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Your FLPO Board

Mike Tegtmeyer (2020) -  President
mtegs@comcast.net
847-420-3436

Linda Truelove (2010) - Treasurer
truelove4gk@gmail.com
262-893-7689

John Lorenty (2014)
jbl652817@gmail.com
630-696-6076

Mike Drury (2018)
Mdrury4@charter.net
715-218-2962

Chris Falkenstein (2021)
chriskfalkenstein@gmail.com
414-687-0292

Phil Hansen (2023)
phil.hansen3@gmail.com
608-235-2167

Deb McKenna (2023)
debmckenna99@gmail.com
607-444-6340

FLPO Long-time Support Recognition Awards

A Tribute to Long-time Supporters and Visionary Leaders

For decades, the Fox Lake Preservation Organization has stood as a beacon of environmental stewardship, safeguarding the pristine beauty of Fox Lake and its surroundings. It's important to pause and recognize the commitment of those who have championed our cause, propelling us toward a brighter, more sustainable future.

The FLPO Long-time Support and Recognition Award was created to honor visionary leaders, dedicated community members, and tireless conservationists whose work ensures Fox Lake remains a haven for generations to come.

 

We express our deepest gratitude to our award recipients—past, present, and future. Your dedication fuels our mission, and together, we’ll continue to write the next chapters of Fox Lake’s conservation saga.

2024

Lou and Ed Benter

Lou and Ed are community-minded people who feel it’s best to be part of the solution. They have been members of FLPO since 1990. Ed served as president for many years, and Lou held the position of treasurer, wrote the newsletter, and helped with welcome letters to new Fox Lake residents. Ed and Lou work in many ways to keep the community informed of various ways to support the mission of keeping Fox Lake healthy.

Bob & Gae Bergmann

Bob and Gae are community-minded people who have been involved with FLPO for 20 years. Bob served as president for four years, and Gae served as secretary. Through FLPO, Bob and Gae were introduced to friends on the lake, an event they run each year, which helps people with disabilities get a day on the lake. Their home was the first rain garden on the shoreline. Gae worked closely with the DNR in Madison to get grants and create the Healthy Lakes program. Bob and Gae also run Cabin Fever, an event that brings community members together to enjoy each other’s company.

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