The Land O` Lakes District started in 1945 as the Wisconsin Association of Chapters and was later named to the Land O` Lakes District in 1947 as the District expanded into Minnesota, and the upper peninsula of Michigan. In 1948 Manitoba was added into the LO`L. North Dakota, Saskatchewan and Ontario were added into the LO`L District in 1950, giving us the footprint we have right now, as the Largest District in the Society. The LO`L District is currently home to 46 Chapters spread across 3 Regions. The East Region, consisting of Eastern Wisconsin and the Upper Michigan Peninsula, the Central Region, consisting of Central Minnesota and Eastern Ontario and Western Wisconsin, and the West Region, consisting of Western Minnesota, Ontario, North Dakota, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
The LO`L District is home to 3 International Quartet Gold Medalists, 3 Senior International Quartet Gold Medalists, 1 International Chorus Gold Medalist, 1 International Collegiate Gold Medalist and multiple Chorus and Quartet International placing medalists.