Webster Lake Community Area
Webster Lake Association
The well known statesman, Daniel Webster spent many summers along the shores. He made a speech in the oak grove near Aiken Point in 1851 when the lake was named in his honor. He died a year later as a result of a head and arm injury from the breakdown of his carriage in Marshfield, Massachusetts on October 24, 1852. Ten thousand people attended his funeral.
Some of the information above was taken from “A day on Webster Lake” written by Mary A. Rowell.
News & Events 10/11/2015
Summer 2015 brought us more warm, sunny and lake-worthy days than we'd experienced in a few years. Breakfast on the Beach and the Boat Parade on July 4th were a big success, as was the Yard Sale on July 18th. Check out the minutes of the Annual Meeting (in the "About Us" section), which took place on August 1st.
The Fall 2015 Webster Lake Newsletter is now available (see "Community" section), and our fall fundraiser – a 2016 calendar of images by Linda M.Johnson entitled "The Life and Lure of Webster Lake" – is underway. Direct links to both are on the bottom left of the home page.Read More Read ALL