Preserved for Generations

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Preserving Hazeldore

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Meet the Gummers

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Cauliflower: Food Trend of the Year

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A Beautiful Mission

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The Joy is in the Doing

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Honoring Father

At The Lake presents postcards from the past: gifts to Charles Wacker, well-known Chicagoan and Geneva Lake estate owner, on his 60th birthday.

Preserving Hazeldore

Hazeldore, a beautiful Queen Anne cottage on the shores of Geneva Lake, provides an unchanged glimpse into the history of our lakeside community.

Smooth Sailing

Lake Beulah Yacht Club is propelled by a lot more than wind — it is driven by a passion for sailing, a close-knit community and a legacy of champions.

This Land is Your Land

Local organization Geneva Lake Conservancy celebrates 40 years of protecting Walworth County’s natural areas through advocacy and education.

Meet the Gummers

Self-proclaimed old men, also known as The Gummers, take to Geneva Lake every morning for a waterskiing ritual that’s lasted five decades.

Q&A Tammie Carstensen

Walworth native Tammie Carstensen is the general manager of Harbor Shores on Lake Geneva and is one of the city’s best ambassadors due to her involvement in many community organizations.

Cauliflower: Food Trend of the Year

In addition to being an extremely high nutrient food, cauliflower is becoming the food trend of the year is because it is gluten-free, and you can substitute it for many flour-based recipes.

OK to Get Away

Vacations and time for one’s self are key to avoiding burnout. At The Lake has compiled some tips and signs to look for when experiencing a burnout.

In A League of its Own

The Landmark Center in Lake Geneva has a storied history dating back to 1874, including more than 40 years housing a popular local bowling alley.

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