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The Voice of Lake Murray

Lake Murray Association

The Lake Murray Association (LMA) was chartered in 1994 by a group of citizens concerned with low lake levels. Our goal has always been to protect and preserve the integrity of Lake Murray, thus we are known as “The Voice of Lake Murray.” ​

We serve as a watchful eye and educator on issues affecting the lake. We represent Lake Murray and ALL people who use and benefit from this wonderful resource.

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The Department of Natural Resources and the Lexington County Marine Division approached the Lake Murray Association in 1998 asking for our assistance in the identification process for each dock with the street address clearly marked. The purpose would be efficient response time in emergency calls both for the homeowner and the boater in need of immediate assistance.

In order to maintain uniformity, and with the approval of these governing agencies, the LMA designed an aluminum sign that is approximately 5” high, the length being determined by the street address. This standardized sign is reflective for visibility at night when response can be critical.

​Membership

We are a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization under IRS tax code. Your membership fees and contributions may be ​tax deductible on your tax returns.​​

Join or renew below or call 803-749-3888 for more information

New Family Membership

$25.00

New Corporate Membership

$100.00

Renew Family Membership

$25.00

Renew Corporate Membership

$100.00

Members get a discount at ​Sea Tow Lake Murray

The LMA 1st Quarterly Meeting

When: Tuesday March 21st at 6:30 pm
Where: Saluda County
Guest Speaker: TBD

Not a member? You are invited! We look forward to seeing you at our next quarterly meeting. More information coming soon!

The LMA Board.

Debi Lafayette
Co-President
Nancy Nelson Embler
Co-President
Lee Ayers
Vice President
Secretary
Len Lesslie
Treasurer
James McGrath
Environmental
Stephen Phillips
Environmental & 4H20
Joy Downs
Emeritus Board
Manny Faria
Dock Sign Committee
Robert Rankin
Corporate Sponsor Committee
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Dave Foust
Website
Bill Keith
Quarterly Meetings

News

South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
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South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Have you seen one of these at your favorite fishing spot or marina? Monofilament recycling containers are a great way to do your part to #KeepSCWatersClean. Littered fishing line can become READ MORE››

South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Have you seen one of these at your favorite fishing spot or marina? Monofilament recycling containers are a great way to do your part to #KeepSCWatersClean. Littered fishing line can become READ MORE››

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