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History of the Association

The association began informally in the mid 1980's with several get togethers on the front lawn of the Skwira Lodge when Mike and Karen Skwira, Jim and Alice Kissinger, Alberta Dunlap, Jane and Renner Johnston, Frank and Ellen Frazer, Roy and Kathy Olson and a few others began discussing ways for the lakeshore owners to become better stewards of the lake. The association finally became a non-profit organization in the early 1990's when Jim Kissinger and Frank Frazer began looking into a way for the association to acquire and preserve Frank Stout Island and further the efforts of the association in lake preservation. The early friends, officers and members of the association through their time, financial resources and experience have allowed Lake Little Sissabagama to become one of Wisconsin's finest examples of a north woods lake.