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2021 Membership Renewals


New for 2021 are two levels of LBCA "sustaining" memberships.  These memberships will help support many of the charitable efforts and grants provided by the LBCA Foundation.  These include causes such as supporting the three volunteer fire departments that protect our lake properties, LBCAF Grant Awards and the Annual LBCA Impact Award.  Sustaining  members will also be identified as such in their 2021-2022 LBCA Membership Directory listing.

Silver Sustaining Memberships includes all of the benefits of a Family Membership plus a $100 tax-deductible donation to the LBCA Foundation.  The cost is $270.

Gold Sustaining Memberships includes all of the benefits of a Family Membership plus a $200 tax-deductible donation to the LBCA Foundation.  The cost is $370.


  • Click this link:  Edit Profile and Change Membership Level.
  • Under "Membership Details" you will see your membership level.
  • Click the “Change" link to the right of your membership level.
  • Select either "Silver Sustaining Membership" or "Gold Sustaining Membership", then click "Next."
  • Check your personal information, update where needed, then click “Update and Next.”
  • Click “Pay Online” to pay using a credit card or click “Invoice Me” to pay by check.
  • Click this link:  Edit Profile and Renew Membership.
  • Click “Renew to January 01, 2022.”
  • Check your personal information and update where needed, then click “Update and Next."
  • Click “Pay Online” to pay using a credit card.  Click “Invoice Me” to pay by check.

"Our Southern Eden"

The unique story of Lake Burton told within a beautiful, coffee table sized, fabric covered book containing 243 pages of over 339 photos and maps of one of Georgia’s remarkable treasures.  Order your copy now:  Centennial Book Order Page

Book questions?  Email:  lbcabook@gmail.com

Camp Evergreen

Recipient of LBCAF
2020 Grant Award

On October 10, 2020, the Lake Burton Civic Association Foundation announced Camp Evergreen as an LBCAF Grant Award Recipient in the amount of $5,000.  The grant recognizes charitable organizations that are making an important community impact in Rabun County or the surrounding area.

Camp Evergreen, located near Moccasin Creek on Lake Burton, was started in 1999 by Bob and Jeanie Cook on the former Camp Cherokee for Girls property on Cherokee Cove.  In 2009 Camp Evergreen leased the former Camp Winfield property and has since purchased and further developed both the property and programs.  For over 20 years, the camp has been run by Katie Grady, the Cook’s daughter, and her husband Toby.  It is located on 80 acres of wilderness close to Hemlock Falls.  The non-denominational outdoor ministry connects over 500 campers each summer with God, nature, and each other through intentional programming and traditional camp activities.  However, what sets Camp Evergreen apart is their passion for providing camp for all children, regardless of their economic situation.  Each summer, the camp reserves three of their sessions for 200 economically disadvantaged children to experience a week of camp.  These campers are invited through Atlanta and north Georgia based agencies and school districts.

Camp Director Katie Grady has seen the incredible impact of camp firsthand.  "For these children, the Camp Evergreen experience is life-changing, sometimes in ways we never would have expected.  For some children it is the opportunity to hear the crucial message that God loves them and has a unique plan for their lives. For others it is the opportunity to play and explore as a carefree child in a safe nature environment.  For others it’s simply the opportunity to eat three square meals and a snack each day."

Students attend camp for free by obtaining Camperships from monies donated to Camp Evergreen for this purpose.  The LBCAF Grant Award to Camp Evergreen is designated for Rabun County and Habersham County children Camperships.  For more information about Camp Evergreen or to make a donation, visit their website at www.campevergreen.org  or call 404-210-9149.

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With over 1,000 members representing the Lake Burton community, our association has become a valuable resource for protecting and improving quality of life in western Rabun County. 

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Email:  lbca@lbca.net

Lake Burton Civic
Association, Inc.

P.O. Box 1988
Clayton, Georgia  30525

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