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Pat Arndt and her family of next gen of Diamond Lakers: Son Maxwell, grandson Dashel (his 1st visit to DL and his inaugural dunk) and daughter-in-law Lauren.

Left: Shepard & Rainer Johnson, (Minneapolis) with Grandpa Scott Johnson

Right: Tom Kraker, Todd Stivland, and Brad Budzisz


"What a joy to be a part of the Diamond Lakers organization!  A Group of individuals who are committed to the health and well-being of this beautiful lake."

Diamond Lakers members enjoy the benefits and satisfaction of contributing to an association that aims to preserve and protect the lake environment today and for future generations. We are an active group that is working to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) and to maintain and improve the water quality, fish habitat and recreational opportunities of the lake. Our members share a sense of being part of a focused and aware community with an unusually high participation rate, currently more than 80% of lake residents.


Our membership is open to anyone who (a) supports the values and purposes of the organization and (b) owns property on the lake or within one mile of its boundaries, or resides within those bounds for one month or more each year.

Annual Dues and The Diamond Lake Stewardship Fund


Annual dues for 2024 of $50 may now be paid any time. As in the past, one option is to send a check to Diamond Lakers, Box 543 Cable, WI 54821. Also, if your bank offers a “Bill Pay” service or an ACH external transfer option, you can have a check deposited directly to the Diamond Lakers account. The routing number for our account at the Chippewa Valley Bank is 091509468 and the account number is 227256.


The Diamond Lakers Board of Directors also encourages and solicits contributions to the DL Stewardship Fund, a new budget category that at Board discretion may be directed towards several important goals. These include, but are not necessarily limited to: (1) replacement of worn or outdated instruments for lake water-quality monitoring, (2) support for studies of lake ecosystem and water quality, (3) a ‘rainy day’ fund for remediation and treatment of aquatic invasive species should the need arise. The experience of nearby lakes has shown that the latter circumstance in particular can be an enormous drain on financial resources, and that having a reserve is essential. 


Fully tax-deductible donations may be given together with annual dues, or at any time during the year. They will accumulate in the Stewardship Fund as a part of the Diamond Lakers unrestricted year-end balance which has been growing steadily at an average of about $500/ yr for the past dozen years.  By incentivizing a new category for donations specifically aimed at longer term needs, The Board hopes that we can substantially increase that rate of growth. Results will be reported annually as part of the Treasurer’s Report.

Please contact our treasurer, Bob Jacobel, if you have any questions.

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