LLHF Mission Statement
The Leaser Lake Heritage Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization established to promote the
historical, agricultural, and conservation heritage of Leaser Lake and the surrounding parklands
owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the County of Lehigh.

The Foundation shall endeavor to assist with improvements to the park, including infrastructure
repair, in order to provide recreational opportunities to the citizens of the Commonwealth. Open
space preservation shall be a top priority of the Foundation, as well as educating the public in the
principles of conservation of natural resources.

The historical significance of the property, named after Frederick Leaser, American patriot and local
farmer who transported the Liberty Bell to safety from Philadelphia to Allentown during the
Revolutionary War, shall be preserved and passed on to visitors. The agricultural significance of the
region shall be promoted by the organization in literature and dedication of park property to
recognize those who have contributed to and pioneered the concept of farmland preservation.
PUBLIC MEETINGS:
4th Thursday of every other month (except Nov.)
7pm at the Lynn Twp. Municipal Building
2017 Meeting Dates - Jan. 28 / Mar 23 / May 25 / July 27 / Sept 28 / Nov 16
LLHF Leadership
LEASER LAKE HERITAGE FOUNDATION
Chairman
Jamie Townsend

Vice Chairman
John Higgins

Secretary
Bev Weaver

Treasurer
Bill Kramer

Board Members
Debbie Tarvin
Mark Sismout
Shawn Surman
Mike McCarthney
Lynne Walters

Trustees
Marc Grammes
Tom Kerr
Carl Zvanut
Harry Burger
Randy Metzger
George White
Debbie Tarvin