Annual Meeting 2016

Audited Financials (follow this link)

Revised Statement on the Northern Pass

Annual Report

Minutes from the 2016 Meeting

July 30th Annual Meeting of the Squam Lakes Association 

Purpose: to receive reports, elect new board members, and approve officer slate for 2016/17.


  • 3:30 PM Welcome and registration
  • 4:00 PM Annual Meeting
  • Approval of 2015 Annual Meeting Minutes
  • Report from the President
  • Report from the Executive Director
  • Report from the Treasurer
  • Election of Board and Officers
  • Update on Squam Lakes Watershed Plan
  • Questions

5:00 PM Social hour and questions
Meet the board, talk with the staff in greater detail about the programs and activities of the Squam Lakes Association.

Slate of Officers for one year term

Eve Porter-Zuckerman, President

Eve is Chief Knowledge Officer at Isaacson, Miller, an executive search firm based in Boston which recruits leaders for nonprofits, universities, and other mission-driven organizations nation-wide. She has been there for the past 16 years, supporting the firm's work by guiding the systems and routines that help capture and share knowledge across the firm, as well as services to support and complement the work of the search teams. Prior to joining Isaacson, Miller, Eve worked for nonprofits that advocated for human rights and humanitarian aid. She was a history major at Yale and has a master's in international relations from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. Eve has been coming to her family's camp on Mooney Point in the summers her whole life and has been active with the JSLA since 1985, as a director, trip leader, and committee member. She’s been on the SLA board since 2006, and is a member of the Education and Nominating committees. She served on the founding board of the Friends of Mead as well. She, her husband, Duncan, and their children, Thomas and Ursula, live in Sandwich.

Bob Lucic, 1st Vice President
Bob Lucic has been coming to Squam for nearly 30 years, mostly as a canoer. He has been a regular at SLA for years both for camping and hiking and volunteering for trail maintenance. For the last 6 years, his son Thomas has been sailing at the SLA sailing school, graduating to the Sunday afternoon Lightning races 3 years ago. He is a lawyer with Sheehan Phinney Bass and Green, practicing environmental law going back to the late 1980’s. He and his wife Jennifer moved up to New Hampshire 20 years ago, and now split their time between Boston and Sandwich. The Lucics feel very strongly about preserving the treasure we have in Squam Lake.

Barry Gaw, 2nd Vice President​

Barry has been coming to Squam since 1960, as his family rented camps in Livermore Cove, Glen Cove and Cotton Cove. In 2003 Barry became a full-time resident of Holderness, now living with his wife Elizabeth, and daughters, Ellie and Greta, on Coxboro Road. Barry is a real estate developer, involved locally with Squam River Landing and Riveredge Marina. He has served on the board and continues his involvement with the Circle Program.

Scott Littlejohn, Treasurer

Scott has been vacationing each year at Squam Lake since he was 2 months old. As a teenager, Scott worked at Riveredge Marina. Since 2004, Scott, his wife Linda, and their four children (ages 10-17) now maintain their second home on the shores of Little Squam Lake. All his children are proud JSLA sailors, campers and strong advocates of Squam Lake and all it offers. For the past 20 years, Scott has worked in investment banking based in New York City. Each year, the Littlejohn family especially counts down the days ‘til summer at Squam, where they enjoy swimming, waterskiing, running, hiking, and high quality family time.

Peter Walcott, Secretary

Peter has been coming to Squam since he was three; first as a guest at Rockywold-Deephaven Camps and, since 1988, as a summer resident. Peter has been a corporate attorney for public high technology companies for over 35 years. Currently he is Senior V.P. and General Counsel for Entegris Inc., a global supplier to the semiconductor industry. Peter and his wife Gail have raised their three (now adult) children at their camp on Squam; all three were active in JSLA as campers and/or counselors. Peter and Gail enjoy hiking, boating and birding.


Slate of Renewing Directors to finish final year of 3-year term


John Coolidge, 3rd year of 2nd term Board of Directors: 

John retired last year from  the Massachusetts Audubon Society in their Land Protection / Stewardship Division where he was responsible for Mass Audubon’s Conservation Stewardship Restrictions, prior to that he’d work in software quality assurance for 30 years. John and his wife Anne Richards live in Ashland, NH. They have one son Nathan who also lives in Ashland, NH. John also served as an elected member of the Hopkinton Planning Board for 25 years, and was chair and co-founder of the Hopkinton Open Space Commission. John has spent part of every summer at Squam his entire life, and can usually be found on Hoag Island, Three Point or working around Coolidge Farm if not out sailing. He and Anne split their Squam time between mainland Three Point and Hoag Island.