Lake Armington is a true mountain lake sitting at the foot of Piermont Mountain. The lake is fed by its streams and springs and is relatively small at 143 acres. Its water flows into neighboring Lake Tarleton and from there into Eastman Brook through Piermont, NH onward to the Connecticut River.
Lake Armington Association was organized in 1972 with the Mission to preserve and protect the lake and surrounding environment through its stewardship programs.
Today major programs are Lake Host, Weed Watchers and Water Quality Testing, all part of State of NH environmental initiatives
Executive Team - Lynn Dennison, Polly Tafrate, Alice Wellington
Treasurer, Kate Merritt
Recording Secretary, Sam Rounds
Corresponding Secretary, Arline Cochrane
Lake Host, Lynn DeMerchant
Weed Watchers, Linda Kline
Weed Watchers Team: Wendy Cahill, Lynn DeMerchant, Lynn Dennison, Tim Donelon, James Jensen, Lisa McGiffert, Ken Settel and Kathy Soloway.
Water Quality Testing, Mike Poole
Ice Out Contest, Lynn DeMerchant, Carolyn Dorfman
US Forest Service Plan, Bob and Lynn Dennison
Communications/Website, Alice Wellington