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Sunday, May 14, 2023 @ 2:00PM at the clubhouse.

All members in good standing are welcome and encouraged to attend. If you want on the agenda, you must notify the office on or before the Monday prior to the board meeting.

Lake Viking News

VVA Board of Directors Monthly Meeting April 16, 2023

Call to Order

Board Pres. Doug Winter, lot 46, called the meeting to order, held in the upper level of the Clubhouse, at 2:00pm. Board members present were: Allan Slavin, lot 62, Terry Nibarger, lot 657, Jeremy Lillig, Lot 3041, Tom Rice, Lot 343, Tony Gronniger, Lot 2281 and George Eshnaur Lot 505. Jeremy Lillig led in prayer. Jeff Ferguson, Managing Lake Director, led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Approval of Minutes

Allan Slavin made a motion to approve the March 2023 Annual Meeting Minutes. Second by Tony Gronniger. The minutes were approved unanimously.


Handbook Committee

Tom Rice reported: Tom stated no report. Doug Winter gave information about several changes to the handbook coming at next month’s board meeting. Most of these verbiage changes relate to the Condo application.

Finance Committee

Terry Nibarger reported: Terry stated the BTC signers card needs to be updated to add new board members and removed the board members who are no longer on the board. Doug Winter made a motion to remove the following signers from the BTC account as they are no longer on the VVA Board. These include Celeste Armanees, Mike Booth, Marvin McNabb and Troy Lesan. The motion was seconded by Tom Rice. The motion was approved unanimously. Motion was made by Terry Nibarger to add the following incoming board members as signers on the BTC bank account. The new board members are Tom Rice, Jeremy Lillig and Tony Gronniger. The motion was seconded by George Eshnaur.

The vote was approved unanimously to add these three new board members as signers on the VVA BTC account. This motion passed unanimously. Finance Committee met in March 2023 and was led by Paula Hepinstall. Terry reported as of March 31, 2023 the Morgan Stanley Investments showed a gain of $15,402.30. The total of all three of the Morgan Stanley accounts was $1,466,329.98. Taxes for VVA have been filed. We had a tax savings of $55,141. Terry reported that the Finance Committee is doing budget review and will be doing a five year look back. The Safety Department salary shortfall was discussed. Terry also reported that the Association owned lake lots have been reviewed and new asking prices for these lots have been assigned to reflect current value of the lots. Terry reported Campground

1 is safe and we have paused further work until future time. Lot S131 still remains unsold. Berm was completed on Beach 2 and the bathroom redo has been completed for Beach

2. Terry reported Sticker fees for Watercraft and ATVs has been pushed back to 2024 and the Finance Committee has been challenged to find a way to replace the dollars this fee would have generated.

Strategic Planning Committee

George Eshnaur Lot 505 reported: Meeting was held March 12, 2023. The committee is following up ondock safety. Dock LifeGuard has been studied and may be recommended for installation by owners on decks to warn swimmers if there is any problem with the electrical system on the dock which might make swimming or any other water activity unsafe. The committee is studying the possibility of installing Pickle Ball Courts. The committee is working on expanding uses of the basement of the Clubhouse. Terry Nibarger asked about securing a pro bono architect to review how the basement of the Clubhouse might be spruced up. Mr. Leeper indicated his son is an architect and he might be able to provide this service. It was reported that Beach 2 Bathrooms have been completed. Discussion ensued regarding signage on the doors of the restroom as there are no signs there now. It was agreed signs need to be added to the doors. Sue Wolf and George Eshenaur are working on a survey to secure member input on strategic planning ideas.

Activities Committee

Jeremy Lillig Lot 3041 reported: The Wine and Cheese sampling event brought in $930.00 from persons enjoying the event. Events upcoming include the Spring VVA Garage sale on March 22, 2023, Cinco De Mayo will be held May 6, 2023 at the clubhouse. The Annual Poker Run will be held June 10, 2023 from 1:00pm to 4:00 pm. Shirts and VVA flags will be sold in conjunction with the poker run. Many more events will be held through the rest of the year.

Building Committee

Allan Slavin Lot 181 reported: In the past month, the committee has received & reviewed 15 Building Permits—none were for houses. Most of the permits were for decks, docks and shoreline work.

Fire Department

Tony Gronniger Lot 2281 reported: The Fire Department continues to meet monthly. Our ISO rating is expected to remain the same with an improvement in points. This rating is important as it impacts our insurance rates.

Also on Monday, April 17, 2023 Fire Department will be doing a Pump Test using an outside company.

Campground Committee

George Eshenaur reported: The committee has met twice since the March 2023 annual meeting. Flint and Mary Hibler stated there are 39 vacant camping spaces still available. Eighteen (18) of these are full service and the remainder are without sewer hook ups. George Eshenaur made the motion to add the following members to the campground committee. These additions Bob Gates, Michelle Sullivan and Denise Ferguson. Terry Nibarger seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. The Campground Committee will be meeting to discuss Strategic planning needs.

Lake Committee

Tony Gronniger Lot 2281 reported: Roadside inspections are being done and one of the things they are checking is to ensure the lot number and the street address are displayed on every house at Lake Viking. Tony also stated that because of high winds there have been several limbs blown from trees and urged residents to take advantage of getting their firewood for summer.

Infraction Committee

Jeremy Lillig Lot 3041 reported. Jeremy made a motion to add Marvin McNabb, Anthony Castillo and Mary Ann Hughes to the Infraction committee. Tony Gronniger seconded the motion. Motion was approved unanimously.

Dredge Committee

Shawn Hepinstall reported: Don Leeper and Jim Miller were recognized for their outstanding volunteer efforts spearheading the remodeling of Beach 2 restrooms. Shawn reported the Dredge and equipment for the project will be moving in the Week of April 17. They will be using Community Area 10 as a staging, working, fueling area for their equipment and will use power from Lot 309, Dan & Connie Weidmaier. Dredge America will work 12 hour shifts seven days a week. This will include holidays. The project will take approximately 60 days to complete. Dredging will begin in the back creek area behind the Yacht Club and work out toward the peninsula and then move north of the peninsula.

Dredge America asks from VVA Members: 1. Please stay away from the dredge and the pipe. No Boating, Paddle Boating, Kayaking, Fishing, etc. in the area. 2. Dredge America will not be moving docks or dredging under docks. The equipment will stay approximately twenty (20) (continued on page 10)

©Viking Valley Association | April 2023 Volume 35, No. 12 144 East Main, Gallatin, Missouri 64640

Dredging to Begin May 1st

Dredge America will be starting earlier than expected on the dredging project on the south end. Here is a rundown.

1.) Equipment will begin arriving Tuesday, April 18th and the dredge will arrive Wednesday, April 19th. DA will assemble pipe and prep the remainder of the week. The week of April 24-28th Dredge America has corporate safety training and will NOT be on site. Dredging will begin May 1st.

2.) Dredge America will bring in their own dredge, pipe, and operators. Lake Viking Maintenance team will act in a support roll if needed and not be operating equipment.

3.) Dredge America will be using CA 10 as their primary working, staging and fueling area. Thank you to Dan & Connie Weidmaier, Lot 309, for helping with electrical to operate the fuel tank pump.

4.) Dredge America will work 12-hour shifts, 7 days a week. Including Holidays.

5.) During dredging the pipe will be submerged and lay on the bottom of the lake. There will be times when the pipe is floating, and it will be identified with marker flags. A sag will be maintained should members with a dock behind the pipe need to enter or exit an area.

6.) This project will take approximately 60 days to complete.

7.) Dredging will begin in the back creek areas behind the Yacht Club and work out toward the peninsula and then move north of the peninsula.

Dredge America asks.......

• Please stay away from the dredge and the pipe. No Boating, Paddle Boarding, Kayaking, Fishing, etc. in the area.

• Dredge America will not be moving docks or dredging under docks. The equipment will stay approximately 20’ from structures and docks.

Any questions please let us know. Thank you for your continued support. Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News 2 April 2023 March 2023 Joseph & Kimberly Flanagan Lot 495 James & Kristin Slatten Lot 2122 Bethany & Collin Fitzgerald Lot 2151 New Members Glenda Ide, Broker | Nadine Parmenter | 816-390-7938| 816-233-5200 3827 Beck Rd., St. Joseph, MO 1 b b th 120 Annapolis Court: 3 bedroom, 2.75 bath, 2,444 square feet, 2 car garage $350,000 108 Crayfish Point: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,452 sq ft Waterfront lot with beautiful views! $630,000 Call Nadine 816-390-7938 NEW SOL SOLD TIER LOTS Lot 2237 close to Beach 1, pool & Marina. Great lot!! $10,000. Lots 1770 & 1771: $49,900. Lot 1852 Lake Viking Terrace $7,500. 805 Lake Viking Terrace, Lot 3116: Has Yacht Club amenities including boat slip $32,000. Lot S-131: Airpor t Lot. Price Improved! $39,000. Lot 2541 Cessna Rd. 10,000. Lot 4004 Annapolis Cour t $4,000. Lot 1715 Lake Viking Terrace $5,000. Lot 2206 Lake Viking Terrace $10,000. Lot 2204 Lake Viking Terrace $10,000. Lot 1857 Lake Viking Terrace $10,000. Lot 1855 Lake Viking Terrace $10,000. Lot 1624 Lake Viking Terrace $20,000. PENDING 2017 Lake Viking Terrace: 3 BR 2 BA, 1282 sq ft with attached garage $429,900 NEW BUILD PRICE IMPROVED tier Lots Point Improved $630,000 is the same 120 Annapolis closes on April 28th so it's Pending getBoating! Lets ‘ getBoating! Lets ‘ Lot 48: Ver y park-like with different areas of enter taining Sand with firepit near waters edge Two bay covered dock, with one boat lift. Great picnic area & 6x10 shed. $213,000
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As shown in this “Breaking News” blast from Anne Kersaway, Dredge America has moved their equipment in to start on this year’s contract dredging operation.

Self-Management Training for Diabetes and Pr ediabetes

Are o diabe c or prediabe c? Do o ha e Medicare? Yo are in ited to a free class on ho to manage o r diabe c health. Cooking demonstra on is incl ded and l nch ill be pro ided. All Medicare Beneficiaries are elcome.

Just a reminder for all members that the dump is open Wednesday-Sundays weekly. This is for members only, not for contractors doing work for you.

We have also added a couple of Concrete Washout areas here at the lake for concrete trucks to wash out. One is at the Maintenance Dump area and the other one is on the South side at 165th & LVT at South End Containment Pond (known as Temporary Road).

Lunch is provided.

Le arn about Medicar e’s Preve ntat ive Se rvices and Scree nings f or diabetic s e lf -mana ge me nt

MO Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News 3 April 2023
DIABETIC HEALTH Join s for one of eight sessions: Monda , April Wednesda , Ma Wednesda , Ma Wednesda , J ne Wednesda , J ne Wednesda , J l Wednesda , J l Wednesda , A g st Reservations are required Call the Daviess County Health Department at 660-663-2414 to make your reservation. Are o diabe c or prediabe c? Do o ha e Medicare? Yo are in ited to a free class on ho to manage o r diabe c health. Cooking demonstra on is incl ded and l nch ill be pro ided. All Medicare Beneficiaries are elcome. Free Giveaways: Diabetic Cookbook Food Scale Portion Control Plate Water Bottle Educational Materials Classes are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Access II Independent Living Center’s Community Room 101 Industrial Parkway, Gallatin,
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This work done by VVA crew earlier in the month was to add dirt to the berm at the west side of the dam spillway. This was recommended by the DNR in their recent inspection. Also completed in April was a new bridge on 165th Street at the south end of the lake. This road is part of the Lake Viking Special Road District #1 with work was done by the Daviess County Road & Bridge Department.
It’s April and Lake Viking is already abuzz with activity as pictures in this month’s Lake Viking News demonstrate. Several maintenance projects have already been done by staff, and The Activity Committee is in full swing with a great line-up of social events. Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News 4 April 2023 Gallatin Lumber Company Come see us for all your construction needs! 116 South Market, Gallatin, Mo. Phone: 660-663-2522 Bird Backhoe Service & Dirt Hauling Bruce Maysville, MO 64469 • 816.449.2316 • Aeration Systems Drip Irrigation Systems System Design System R eplacement Water & Sewer Lines R ock & Top Soil Delivered SPECIALIZING IN ALTERNATIVE WASTE WATER SYSTEMS 30 Years Experience Mo Licensed Installer • 10 Year Labor Warranty • Limited Lifetime Shingles • CertainTeed ShingleMaster Contractor 660-605-0255 FULLY INSURED LICENSED FREE ESTIMATES Matt Adkison • ADKISON Electric COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL Holiday lighting 660-663-7139 Grand River and Cooling LLC • 660.663.3409 RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL constr uction replacements, calls, whole and tune ups. REPHVACAIR Grand River Heating and Cooling LLC Jay Hart • 660.663.3409 RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL We offer new construction installs, replacements, ser vice calls, whole house ductwork and tune ups. An author ized Ruud Dealer Follow us on Facebook REPHVACAIR 816-87 3-2208 Septic System & Water Line Installation Trenching - Excavation | Soil Testing JOHN A. WHITE Phone (816) 449-2334 Fax (816) 449-5692 JESSE A. WHITE - OWNER Phone (816) 449-2912 Phone (816) 649-5078 J.A. WHITE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY General Contractors Commercial & Residential Building Licensed - Bonded - Insured 250A East Hwy. 6, Maysville, MO 64469 Building custom homes since 1947 P.O. Box 369, Cameron, MO 64429 Dane Blades, Technician/Owner Yetter Pest Control 816-807-8142 Craig Griffin, Consultant “Yetter Is Better” All Work Guaranteed GIMSON N GIMSO BILL GIMSON PEST CONTROL P.O. BOX 613 • CAMERON, MO. 64429 • PH:816-632-1090 • CELL: 816-649-8202 Technician: Rob Flinn INC. TOLL FREE: 877-283-6715 CK s Con struction •Metal Roofing •Houses, Shops, Barns •Complete Building Packages •Where Quality Counts• Carl Kramer 660-605-3233 • Jamesport, Missouri Free Estimates! Free Estimates! All members in good standing are welcome and encouraged to attend. If you want on the agenda, you must notify the office on or before the Monday prior to the board meeting. VVA MONTHLY MEETING: Sunday, May 14, 2023 @ 2:00 PM at the clubhouse. HARRINGTON ELECTRIC , LLC Electricians you swear by, not at Residential Commercial Ser vice Office Phone: (660)552-0306 Email: Website: Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News 5 April 2023

Almost everything... you need to know about Lake Viking

Lake Viking 2023 Boards and Committees

Activities Committee

Mary Hibler (Chair), Dustin Hibler, David Hibler, Gail Bush, Resa Wiltse, Janet Hillman, Leanne Lee, Dan and Connie Weidmaier, Dave & Tina Daniel, Cassie Martin, Jeremy Lillig (Board Contact).

Board of Directors

President, Doug Winter; 1st Vice President, Tony Gronniger; 2nd Vice President, Allan Slavin; Secretary, Tom Rice; Assistant Secretary, George Eshnaur; Treasurer, Terry Nibarger; Assistant Treasurer, Jeremy Lillig.

VVA Board of Directors Meetings are held the second Sunday of each month, at 2:00 p.m. at the clubhouse. All members in good standing are welcome to attend.

Building Committee

Flint Hibler (Chair), Marvin McNabb, Doug Wiltse, Matt Hibler, Al Christifano, Mary Aschbrenner, Bo Steed, Gregory Hall, Sue Morris, Allan Slavin (Board Contact).Building Committee Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at the clubhouse. Building permits are required to be approved by the Building Committee prior to the start of any construction as stated in the Covenants, Restrictions, By-Laws, Rules and Regulations of the Viking Valley Association.

Campground Committee

James Funk, (Chair) Mary Hibler , Mike Wolfe, Kathy Price, Charles Sudduth, Randall Davidson, Flint Hibler, Bob Gates, Michelle Sullivan, Denise Ferguson, George Eshnaur (Board Contact)

Dredge & Erosion Committee

Shawn Hepinstall (Chair), Paula Hepinstall, Robert Hayes, Brett Bush, Dave Daniel, Jim Miller, Doug Winter (Board Contact)

Employee Board Contact

Doug Winter

Exploratory Restaurant Committee

Don Leeper, Terry Nibarger, Erica Bruggerma, Sue Wolfe, Robert Walton, Doug Winter (Board Contact)

Finance Committee

Paula Hepinstall (Chair), Steve Danner, Michelle Sullivan, Donna (Archibald) Redden, Flint Hibler, George Eshnaur, Kevin Euston, Jeremy Lillig, Troy Lesan, Tony Conforti, Terry Nibarger (Board Contact).

Fishing Committee

Brett Bush (Chair) Shawn Hepinstall, Gary Buck, Troy Knight, Jim Powers, Tom Rice (Board Contact)

Handbook Committee

Donna (Archibald) Redden (Chair), Mary Miller, Kim Spidle, Terri Schlaiss, Tom Rice (Board Contact)


James Funk (Chair), Marvin McNabb, Marianne Huges, Carl Butcher, Ed White, Bob Shinogle, Safety Coordinator: Jason McTheeney, Anthony Castillo, Jeremy Lillig (Board Contact)

Lake Committee

Troy Lesan (Chair) Shirley Leakey, Don Leeper, Carolyn Leeper, Bo Steed, Mike Krehbiel, Sherry Krehbiel, Eric Odette, Robert Walton,Tony Gronniger (Board Contact) Email: Meetings held the 2nd Wed. of the month at 2:00 p.m.

Restaurant Exploratory Committee

Robert Walton (Chair), Terry Nibarger, Don Leeper, Erica Burggerman, Sue Wolfe, Doug Winter (Board Contact)

Special Road District

Ron Spidle, Troy Knight, Tony Gronniger

Strategic Planning Committee

Matt Nielsen (Chair), Tony Gronniger, Terry Nibarger, Tom Rice, Haley Wright, Anthony Dirks, George Eshnaur (Board Contact)

Technology Committee

Scott Fatheree (Chair), Kelly Mathenia, Mike Lammers, Jeff Ferguson, (Board Contact TBD)

Volunteer Fire Department

Fire Chief-Tony Gronniger, Volunteers: Rusty Hendricks, Gary King, Dennis Schlaiss, DJ Schlaiss, Tanner Hunter, Luke Threlkeld, Mark Closterman, Anthony Dirks, Billy Hunter, Dakota Hiley, Nick Walker, Stephanie Closterman, Jessica Conard, Tony Gronniger, (Board Contact).

The Fire Department meets on the second Friday of the month at 2:00 PM. If you have the interest and the time to serve your community, be sure to attend the next meeting. The monthly siren test will also be done at that time.

Public Water Supply District #3

Kyle W. Parkhurst, President, term expires 4/2023 - Sub-District #3; Jeffrey Speaker, Vice President, term expires 4/2025 - Sub-District #4; Harlan Horst, Secretary, term expires 4/2023 - Sub-District #5; Mark Closterman, Director, term expires 4/2024 - Sub-District #2; Heather Lund, Director, term expires 4/2024 - Sub-District #1; Gary King, Superintendent; Travis Toney, Water Operator; Diane Hulett, Clerk. Board meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 4 pm at PWSD #3 office.

Office Hours: 8am-4pm

• Monday thru Friday.

All payments for metered water bills are to be made payable to Public Water Supply District No. 3 of Daviess County, Missouri. You may abbreviate as PWSD #3. If you have any questions, contact the PWSD No. 3 office, 116 Waterworks Dr., Gallatin, Mo. 64640 (located at the water plant). Phone 660-663-2771.

Online payments can be made at:

For the convenience of customers of Public Water Supply District No. 3, a drop box is available at the front door of the office located at the water plant for the payment of water bills. Payments received after 4 p.m. in the drop box will post the following day.

For the convenience of Association members, a drop box is available in the front door of the association office for the payment of association bills.

Property Owners

You are responsible for your guests and their actions. It is your responsibility to educate them on the rules and regulations of Lake Viking.

Lake Viking is private property, but all lots are owned by some other individual.

Viking Valley Association

Office Address: 144 E. Main, Gallatin, MO 64640 660-322-9001 |

Office Hours:

May 1 - Labor Day

Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Saturday: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Day after Labor Day - April 30

Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Please do not drive or ride ATVs or bicycles on neighboring lots, or walk across lots to fish or use others’ property without first getting the property owner’s permission.

Fishery Guidelines

Bass: Release all bass 12” to 19”. Fishermen can keep one bass per day of 19” or longer. Crappie: Keep all crappie caught, within the state limit, which is 30 per day.

Walleye: Fisherman can keep Walleye at least 21” in length, release all catches under 21”.

Mowing Regulations

You are required to have your lot mowed by May 1st, June 1st and September 1st of each year. If you do not keep your lot mowed, or hire a contract mower, the Association will mow it, and bill you $90.00 for each mowing.

The Association does not want to be in the mowing business. Please self-mow your lot or hire a contract mower to do it for you. All contract mowers are required to submit a customer list to the Association office. If you are not on their initial list, you may be accidentally billed by the Association, so please contact your mower early. The below listed mowers have registered with the Association office and can usually be reached in the evening. There may be other mowers who advertise in the Lake Viking News.

Contract Mowers Can Save You Money

Eric Critten

Randy Gatton

Mark Hoig

Gary Salmon

Jeff Hoppenthaler

Rick Roberts

Mow Betta Lawn Care

Patriot Lawn & Landscaping

Pain In The Grass, Steven Carlton

Jake Cameron











Please Keep Control of Your Dogs

Dogs are not allowed off the member’s property and shall be contained by a fenced enclosure or controlled by a leash. Guests’ dogs are included. Violation of this rule may be subject to an Infraction Ticket issued to the property owner.

Building Permit Notice

Emergency Phone Numbers

* DAVIESS COUNTY EMERGENCY 911 Ambulance - Fire - Rescue

* Fire - Lake Viking Fire Dept 911 To Report Fire Only

Building Permits are required, but not limited to the following projects: fences, storage shed, shelters, decks, boat docks, boat houses, room additions, porches and any alteration of the roof line; and any other construction that requires large earth moving equipment, concrete trucks and other equipment that requires multiple axle trailers. Failure to comply with building regulations could result in a minimum fine of $500 and loss of lake privileges. Any construction not in compliance with these regulations could result in forced relocation of the structure.

Watch When and Where You Burn!

Anytime you are burning brush, etc., on your lot, make certain you are burning on your lot and not someone else’s property. Unattended burning is prohibited and burning is not allowed when winds are in excess of 15 mph and shall be subject to an Infraction Ticket and fine.

Member Reminders

• Helmets are required to be worn when operating a motorcycle within the Lake Viking Subdivision.

• Goose population control is hard to manage... The first step in this process is DO NOT FEED THE GEESE!

* Lake Viking Safety Patrol 660-322-9001 ext.1

* Sheriff, Daviess Co. 660-663-2031

Sheriff Larry Adams or 660-663-2149

* Highway Patrol (Emergencies) 1-800-525-5555

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Important Phone Numbers

* Association Office 660-322-9001 ext. 4

* Public Water Supply District #3 of Daviess County (Water Plant) 660-663-2771

Gary King (Emergency after hours) 660-334-0243

* Farmers Electric Co-op., Inc.

During business hours 1-800-279-0496

After Hours

. 1-800-927-5334

Affordable Disposal LLC 816-238-8933

* Windstream Telephone Company Customer Service (Residential) 1-800-347-1991

Repair Service 1-800-782-6206 Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News 6 April 2023
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The Wine & Cheese Event

on March 25 started off the 2023 Activity Committee Events with a strong showing. White wines seemed to be a favorite with the group numbering around 120, and the event raised $1,000!!!

Fishing Guideline


Conservation Agent Jaycob O’Hara from the Missouri Department of Conservation recently spoke at a board meeting. Key take aways from his discussion follow:

• Lake Viking is Classified as “Waters of the State”

• Anyone fishing on “Waters of the State” is required to have a fishing permit except:

- Anyone 15 years of age or younger

- Missouri Residents 65 years of age or older

• Nonresidents must purchase Nonresident Fishing Permits - Nonresidents defined as – anyone who claims resident privileges in another state

• Fishing Permits and a Form of Identification must be on your person while fishing (Drivers Licenses, Official Domical, Voter or vehicle registration)

• Statewide Daily and Length limits apply

- Can be found online or in the Fishing Pamphlet

• Permits may be bought

-Online (

-Phone apps (Mo Hunting/Mo Fishing)

-Retail Establishments (Walmart, Wall Street Gas Station, Like Viking Marina)

If you have any questions, feel free to call/text Conservation Agent Jaycob O’Hara at (660) 6052893 or email at Jaycob.O’ Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News 7 April 2023
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As always, there were plenty of prizes including these cutting boards engraved with the image of Lake Viking.


Richard Berry


Richard Berry, age 78, of Gallatin, MO passed away Sunday night, March 19, 2023, at home in Gallatin. Richard was born on May 8, 1944, the son of Alvan and Mary (Crawford) Berry in Pattonsburg, MO. He graduated from Winston High School in 1962. He married Jeannie Wilson at the First Baptist Church in Cameron, MO. Richard was a carpenter and proud of his profession, he enjoyed doing what he loved. Richard owned and operated Berry/Wilson Construction for many years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Gallatin, MO. He loved spending time at Lake Viking. Richard enjoyed fishing, bird, and deer hunting. He loved shooting guns, especially with all of his grandchildren. Richard served on the Gallatin Volunteer Fire Department and was a member of the Muzzle Loader Club. Richard will be dearly missed by his family

and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; He is survived by his wife, Jeannie, of the home; daughters, Shelly Martin (Billie) of Pattonsburg, MO and Shari Griffin of AL; grandchildren, Blaine Martin (Katie), Logan Martin (Cassie), Baylea Pierce (Jesse), Cody Griffin (Jaylee), and Blake Griffin; great-grandchildren, Tyne, Clay, Kaiden, Dakota, and Audrie; brother, Alvan Dale Berry of Kansas City, KS; his niece, Kathy Neth (David); best buddy/dog, Amy; other nieces, nephews, and extended family also survive.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Stith Funeral Home to help with expenses in care of the funeral home. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to the care and direction of Stith Funeral Home in Gallatin.

Judy A. Love 1939-2023

Judy Ann Love, 84, passed away March 31, 2023.

She was born January 9, 1939 in Gallatin, Missouri to John and Viola (Dilley) Toney.

Judy graduated from Gallatin High School. She married Galen Love in Hamilton, Missouri on November 14, 1958. Judy began her career as a clerk with Superior Moving Services in 1964, working her way up as president of the company, where she continued to work on the board of directors until her passing.

Judy and Galen were life-long members of Lake Viking.

She is preceded in death by

her parents, John and Viola; husband, Galen; 8 siblings, Donna, Dixie, Geraldine, Wanda, John, Neal, Gene, and Gary; and grandson, Tyler.

Survivors: Son, Russ (Kathy) Love, Altamont, Missouri; grandson, Scott (Rachel) Love, Tampa, Florida; granddaughter, Taylor (Patrick) Olson, Orlando, Florida; and great- grandson, Tyler.

Burial in Lake Viking Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements by Poland-Thompson Funeral Home, Cameron, MO.

Judy E. (Eads) Burns 1946-2023

Judy E. (Eads) Burns - age 76 of Gallatin, MO., passed away Thursday morning, March 16th, 2023 in Gallatin. Judy was born on September 30th,1946 to Grover and Dorothy (Moulin) Eads in Jameson, MO. At a very young age, Judy found she was a natural in the kitchen. She spent countless hours in the kitchen helping her mother cook and bake. Growing up, she was an active member of the Jameson Baptist Church. Judy was a graduate of Jameson High School in 1964. After she graduated, she took her first job in the banking business in Kansas City.

When Judy wasn’t working and spending time with her family, she would spend time with her friends at Dulley’s Shop. Just so happens, that’s also where Jerry Burns would spend his time. Jerry and Judy quickly fell head over heels for each other. They would spend time cruising in Jerry’s GTO, which may have even led to a few races. Judy being the caring woman she was, would even have Jerry pick up her siblings to go joyriding in the GTO. On May 17th, 1964 Jerry and Judy were married at the Jameson Baptist Church. After the two were married, Judy came back to Gallatin to work for First National Bank and continued her banking career for another 50 years.

Jerry and Judy bought a small farm outside of Gallatin where they began their family. They had 3 wonderful children: Janet, Gene, and Jason. They spent several years following their kids in multiple endeavors including, sporting events, furthering their education and raising them to be hard working accountable employees. Family was everything to Judy. Becoming a grandmother was one of her greatest accomplishments. She would spend every Sunday in the kitchen working her magic and cooking a large meal for her kids and grandkids to enjoy.

Judy was diagnosed in April of 2019 with cancer. Even when given devastating news, Judy held her head high and continued to show us that beautiful smile that could light up a room. She made sure family traditions were always continued. If there was a great grandchild’s ball game, she was there. If there was a baby shower, she was there. If there was a holiday, there was a family dinner. She did not let cancer hold her down and define her.

Judy was a devoted and loving wife, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. For anyone who knows Judy, you know, Jerry and her family were her entire world. After Jerry passed, there wasn’t a day that passed by that she didn’t miss Jerry. She talked about him every single day. Judy is no longer fighting, no longer in pain, and no longer missing the love of her life. Judy has been reunited with her life long partner Jerry, and is smiling and looking down on all of us.

Judy was preceded in death by her parents; husband Jerry; brothers Grover Eugene Eads and Michael Lee Eads. She is survived by her children, Janet Rhoades (Larry) of Gallatin MO., Gene Burns (Amy) of Gallatin, MO., and Jason Burns (Tanya) of Gallatin, MO.; six grandchildren, Dennelle Caldwell (Luke) of Altamont, MO., Robert Rhoades (Nicole) of Gallatin, MO., Bradley Rhoades (Kasey) of Gallatin, MO., Ashley Adkinson (Matt) of Kansas City, MO., Dylan Burns (Julie) of Gallatin, MO., and Logan Burns of Kansas City, MO; seven great-grandchildren; sister, Deena Eads (Eric Munson) of Wheeling, MO.; nieces, nephews and other extended family members also survive.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Kicking Cancer with Kindness in care of the funeral home. Arrangements entrusted to the care and direction of Stith Funeral Home in Gallatin. Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News 8 April 2023
• All Electrical Needs • Lighting Upgrades • Remodels • Landscape Lighting • New Builds • GFCI Boat Dock Protection Per Lake Requirements BASS TOURNAMENT May 20th Visit for rules & details

Using “Condo Control” App to Get Your Watercraft Stickered

Did You Know?

Lake Viking has a new online communication app for all of our members? Condo Controls

What we need from you (if you’re not launched in Condo).

1.) Primary Lot Number

2.) Name

3.) Phone number

4.) Email address

If you have mot received a Condo invite via email please contact the office via email to provide / confirm the above info, an email invite will be sent from Lake Viking Condo Controls. In the email you will be given an invite code and a link to set up your information.

Once you have launched your Condo Controls account, you will have access to communications with Lake Viking Safety, building Permit requests Office communications reservations for amenities etc.

You will find this is Lake Vikings “one stop shop” for your needs coming into the 2023 season. More info on the way!

Condo Controls Service Request (2023 Boat sticker)

Complete the Condo control invite before you will have access to unlimited features in Condo.

Once you are launched go to your Home page and find Service Requests to the left of your screen.

Select the type of Service request (Watercraft on Lake Viking)

Complete the unique fields (all are required)

Upload your watercraft title (proof of registration/ownership) bill of sale is not accepted.

Each watercraft will need a separate Service request.

Once you have completed each service request submit the request and Safety will contact you to schedule a date,time and location to sticker your boat.

IMPORTANT REQUIREMENTS: Member dues MUST be paid prior to Safety stickering any watercrafts, lot number MUST be on each watercraft in 3” numbers color contrasting above the water line. ALL watercrafts MUST be titled to the member, NO EXCEPTIONS. Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News 9 April 2023 Available for bulk purchase: • Black Dirt • Gravel • River Rock • Erosion Matting • Mulch • Straw Waddles 660-605-0665 LANDSCAPING • Mowing • Lawn Applications • Shrubs • Irrigation • Seeding- New and Renovation PATIOS & RETAINING WALLS Septic System Installations Driveway Installations Dirt Work Rock Walls ,whichmeansmowing&landscaping seasonareaswell.VikingDirtworksandLandscapingisheretohelpyou Now is th treatment u •Landscaping •New Septic System Installations •Patios andwearelookingtoaddmoremowing, sprayingandmaintenanceclientsforthe2020mowingseason.

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feet away from structures and docks.

Shawn also reported on the berms for Beach 1 & 2. The contractor will be arriving this week and the job should take one to two days to complete. Part of the bid for this work included to seed and cover the berms to encourage grass growth.

Restaurant Committee

Robert Walton Lot 217 reported: Mr. Walton brought the membership up to date of the status of the Restaurant project and what was now being planned. A survey will be sent out to VVA Lot owners to let them express their interest in having a restaurant at the lake and what their preferences are. Depending on results of the survey, further steps will be taken. Mr. Walton did state three (3) companies have expressed interest in operating the restaurant. VVA office will provide email addresses for surveys to be sent out.

Tech Committee

Scott Fatheree Lot 3162 reported: Midstates fiber will start installation in May 2023. Scott stated it should take about a year to complete the installation. One consideration for Lake Members is the fiber will be run your home at no cost if this is done during the time the main fiber lines are being installed.

You are not obligated to subscribe to the service. Scott reported on several scenarios that might occur during the fiber installation including but not limited to, sprinkler system lines being cut, septic lines if they are shallow may be impacted but this is not expected to be a big issue. Grass may be disturbed during the install but the disturbed areas will be reseeded. He stated fiber is placed on the house side of the road. Scott stated that the fiber line will go to the dam and south around the lake. It will not cross the dam. Scott indicated Midstates has the equipment to bore under driveways. The depth of the bore is 18-24 inches.

Managing Directors Report

Jeff Ferguson (Managing Director) reported: Condo training for membership will be held April 29, 2023 from 12-2 in the clubhouse. Sandwiches and will be furnished.

Please come and learn more about how to best use the Condo System. Condo is being used for four (4) functions at this time. These include 1) Communication with members. A Welcome letter was sent to every lot owner who has a valid email address on file with the office. 2) Activities may be entered into Condo. This includes reservations and other items. 3) Watercraft registrations are done with Condo. 4) Guest authorizations will be entered in Condo. Payments are not available in Condo right now but are in the process.

Jeff reported a DNR inspection of Camp-

ground 1 was done. Results were preboard was an issue. The rule is a minimum of 24 inches of freeboard is required. The long-term solution is to raise the berm. Jeff stated he met with an engineer last week who reviewed and will give us a cost on this long-term fix. Riprap has been installed all around and looks great and will keep muskrats out of the lagoon. Jeff stated there are costs with fixing the problem. The permit will be $2000 as well as the engineer costs. George Eshenaur stated the funding should come from the Camp Ground in-

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Journey to the Holy Land

When Mary Aschbrenner signed on with her sister for a guided tour of Israel, she understood that she would be using different modes of travel including a long flight to Tel Aviv and a 1 ½ hour bus ride to Jerusalem . . . but A CAMEL? Sure enough. In the background behind Mary and her four-legged ride is the famous Dome of the Rock on Temple Mount. Israel is about the size of New Jersey with sacred and historic locations everywhere. Mary’s other picture is of the tomb of Jesus at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Among the many inspirational sights included in her exciting trip were Bethlehem, The Wailing Wall, Masada, and the Via

Dolorosa which was the ancient path walked by Jesus to his crucifixion. The huge stones in the Via Dolorosa are the originals – over two-thousand years old. Mary was surprised at how hilly the countryside - not as flat as she imagined. (Think in terms of Sermon on the Mount, The Mount of Olives, and Mount Sinai). It was especially hilly in the Jerusalem area which means the camel wasn’t such a bad idea after all. Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News April 2023 11 PERENNIALS • BLACK DIRT UBS • RIVER RO CK . MULCH • SAND . ( Wes t end of dam , b ehind ze bra muss el wash s ta tion) SHRUB M 106 Wa ter works D ri ve • L ake Viking VIKING NURSERY VIKING NURSERY MONDAY - THURSDAY 10 AM - 4 PM FRIDAY 10 AM - 6 PM SATURDAY 9 AM - 5 PM CLOSED ON SUNDAYS NOW OPEN!

Working Harder to Keep You Safe

Lake Viking’s Safety Department now has 2 EMTs on staff: Peggy Lankford and Tanner Hunter.

Each member of our maintenance department is a Certified First Responder as well! Billy Hunter, Rusty Hendricks, Nick Walker, and Dakota Hiley.

Congratulations and an extra big “thank you!” to all our Staff that have gone the extra step to provide Safety here at the lake.



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911 Addresses & Lot Numbers Must Be Clearly Displayed

911 addresses & lot numbers will again be checked at road-side inspections by the Lake Committee this month. Numbers that may have looked good in previous years may be missing or totally faded by the sun. Frank and Celeste Armanees have solved the problem by having their numbers etched in concrete and mounted in steel as this picture show. These signs are in total compliance with

the word lot spelled out and the address numbers posted. Street name is not required. Association members who really want to go the extra mile can have a protective clear coating or, better yet, can order attractive lightweight steel sign custom made locally by VVA’s own Billy Hunter:

Rules governing 911 addresses and lot numbers can be found on

page 39 in the VVA Handbook or online @ Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News April 2023 12

PWSD #3 OPEN MEETING: February 21, 2023


Kyle Parkhurst, President (2023), called the meeting to order at 4:15pm which was held at the water plant. Members in attendance were Jeffrey Speaker (2025) and Heather Lund (2024). Harlan Horst (2023) and Mark Closterman (2024) were unable to attend. Also in attendance were Gary King, Superintendent, and Diane Hulett, Clerk.


Heather Lund made a motion to approve the minutes of the January 17, 2023 Board Meeting. Jeffrey Speaker seconded All members were in favor; motion carried.


There was no public comment.


Gary provided the board with the following updates on the water plant upgrade: there is a leak in the roof above the wall which separates the plant and lab area which Bartlett&West has been notified about; the dropped ceiling in the lab area is now complete with the office and hallway left to do; the Open House held on February 3, 2023 was well attended with nothing but positive feedback given on the new plant.

A bid from North MO Satellite & Security for the security system was submitted for review. The item was tabled so Kenny DeWitt can attend next month’s meeting to answer questions on the system.


Financial Report:

The financial reports and bills were reviewed and discussed. Jeffrey Speaker moved to approve the January financial reports as submitted and approve the bills and transfers. Heather Lund seconded. All members voted to approve; motion carried.

Due to the recent retirement of Roger Barker as Water Superintendent, the need to update the district bank accounts was discussed. A motion was made by Heather Lund and seconded by Jeffrey Speaker to remove Roger Barker from all bank accounts and add Gary King, plus create a new debit card and cancel the old one. All voted to approve; motion carried.

The cost to asphalt the drive once the plant upgrade is complete was discussed. Bartlett&West will only allow $10,000 to be paid out of the construction contingency to go toward driveway repairs. The board requested that Gary inquire if the funds would be released to the district to put toward repairs at a future date.

Gary informed the board about the need for aluminum scaffolding to be installed on top of the filter units to provide a safe walkway to wash off the settling tubes. Jeffrey Speaker made a motion to purchase walk planks from Associated Scaffolding at a cost of $392 each. Heather Lund seconded. All voted in favor; motion approved.


Superintendent Report:

Gary reported that due to learning from our supplier of long lead times with brass, he recently placed an order to stock up on supplies since the inventory was low. He also reported that two leaks were repaired last week with no problems. Gary also noted that the chemical feed pumps are not working properly so D&F Services has ordered rebuild kits to see if that will correct the problem.

Kyle Parkhurst, President, announced the next meeting would be March 21, 2023 at the water plant. The meeting was adjourned at 5:20pm.

Respectfully Submitted, Jeffrey Speaker

Active Aging Resource Center Menu Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News April 2023 13
Active Aging Resource Center-serving 11-12:30 Mon-Fri 109 S Main, P O Box 272, Gallatin, MO 660-663-2828 May 2023 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 2 3 4 5 Ham Loaf Spaghetti & Meat Sauce Beef Vegetable Soup Baked Chicken Sliced Beef Sandwich Mashed Potatoes Carrots, Spinach Cheese & Crackers Peas & Carrots Potatoes & Onions Green Beans Garlic Bread Cole Slaw Broccoli Corn Pineapple Peaches Grapes Peach Shortcake Mixed Fruit Senior Center Board Elections BINGO 10 A.M., CCH-BP 11-12 Game Night 4-7 8 9 10 11 12 Sloppy Joe on Bun Tuna Salad Sandwich Chicken Strips Beef Stew Turkey & Noodles Scalloped Potatoes Tomato Soup Peas with Potatoes & Carrots Tossed Salad Mixed Vegetables Lettuce Salad French Fries Corn Muffin, Fruit Juice Seasoned Green Beans Applesauce Peach Upside Down Cake Fruit Salad Fresh Fruit Bread, Strawberries BINGO 10 A.M. Game Night 4-7 15 16 17 18 19 Sausage & Egg Breakfast Wrap Meatloaf Chicken Filet BBQ Pork Ribs Taco Salad Tater Tots Mashed Potatoes Broccoli Baked Beans Mexican Corn Tomato Juice Green Beans Mixed Vegetables Cole Slaw, Cornbread Seasoned Rice, Tortilla Chips Stewed Apples Mixed Fruit Grapes Apple Cobbler Mandarin Oranges Board Meeting 1 p.m. BINGO 10 A.M. Game Night 4-7 DCHD Blood Pressures 11-12 22 23 24 25 26 Fajita Beef w/ Peppers, Fish & Cornbread Oven Fried Chicken Beef Pot Pie Chicken Salad Mushrooms & Onions Buttered Peas Mashed Potatoes with Mixed Vegetables Broccoli Soup over Rice, Carrots Cole Slaw Green Beans Lettuce Salad Crackers, Fruit Juice Peaches Pears Bananas Fruit Crisp Oranges BINGO 10 A.M. Game Night 4-7 29 30 31 1 2 Closed Ham Steak Chicken Livers Cheeseburger on Bun Ham & Beans for Sweet Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Tater Tots Cornbread Memorial California Blend Green Beans Carrots Cole Slaw Day Hot Roll, Pineapple Fruit Ambrosia Diced Peaches Mixed Fruit BINGO 10 A.M. Game Night 4-7 = total meal has over 1 gram of sodium Bread, 2%milk, and one whole grain serving available with all meals. Menus subject to change. Humphrey Dental • Dungy's Market • Jamesport Grocery Store Mike Arnold Attorney • BTC Bank • Country Heritage Furn ture • Dallas Lockridge Agency • Eichler s Tax Service • Elbert's Department Store • Evans Steve & Sandy • Farm Bureau of Daviess Co • Farmers Bank of Northern MO • Farmhouse Collections • Gallatin First Christian Church • Gallatin Mens Club • Gallatin United Methodist Church Ga latin Truck & Tractor Golden, Sherry Grand River Heating & Cooling Jamesport United Methodist Church Jamesport Sales and Surplus Jamesport Tavern Knapp, Duane & Gail Lake Viking Marine • Landes Oil Jamesport • Landmark Realty • Lewis, Nylen • Lick Ski let Seed • Lockridge Insurance Agency • Rotary Club of Gallatin • Seventh Day Adventist Church • Smithfield Hog Production MO • Stith Funera Homes LLC • Story Eugene DVM & Mary Jane • Sweatman Martin & Debra • Terry Implement • Wall Street Station • Shirley Wood children • Yost, Bill & Pat Our 8th year of March for Meals raised over $8,000 & 964 cans of food We are so appreciative of the following Meal Champions who sponsored a day's worth of food. We are also thankful for these other donors who participated in March for Meals:

Gallatin Theater League Excels with Addams Family

When it was announced that the Gallatin Theater League would do a production of The Addams Family, it sounded like a perfect fit. The production was immediately sold out with many Association Members buying tickets. Comedy had always been the specialty of this immensely talented group. Anticipation was and high and the audience was, once again, impressed with the extraordinary level of talent in the GTL. The group never disappoints. Cast was: Dimitri Dickerson, Jackie Nichols, Erin Stith, Emily Miller, Bobbie Sink, Phil Barnard, Jeremy Dungy, Doug Nichols, Emily Smith, and John Augenstein with plenty of help from the capable production crew. Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News April 2023 14
Rikki Dungy & Association Member Troy Elbert get ready for “show time” GTL cast with another stellar performance as Addams Family

Activity Committee Meeting

Held April 7, 2023

Present: Mary and Flint Hibler, Dustin and David Hibler, Tina Daniel, Cassie and Logan Martin. Not Present: Gail Bush, Resa Wiltse, Connie and Don Weidmer

The meeting started with discussion of the Wine & Cheese Event. Those members that attended said they really liked the flow of the table arrangements The event brought in $993, without expenses. Discussion of the upcoming event to be held is the Lake-wide Garage Sale. David will be getting all the forms from office to make the maps and list. They will be available a few days prior to the garage sales, at the association office, Gallatin Casey’s, and Wall Street Station.

Then we discussed Cinco De Mayo is May 6. Frank Armanees is donating the mix for the margaritas. All members planning to attend will be asked to bring their favorite Mexican dish. It is also BYOB but we will have margaritas for those who prefer.

Mary will be providing a basket to be given away at this event.

The committee, then checked supplies for the event, and will get those ordered through Annette at the office.

Next discussion was the Poker Run scheduled for June 10, we will be selling Poker Run Shirts prior to the event when you sign up in the association office. We will sell Lake Viking flags at this event. David and Dustin Hibler oversee the poker run.

Then the committee discussed their feelings of what we should use our reserve money for. It was decided to ask the board if they were in favor of the committee purchasing 150 Lifetime poly chairs and 3 additional round tables. The approximate cost of these items was $4500.

We also discussed the possibility of getting bids for what it would cost to put small shelters behind clubhouse to be used for the fall wine festival and for members to use for picnicking or parties.

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August 26 Scavenger Hunt 1-4pm (12:30 check-in) May 20 Fishing Tournament 7am-noon July 8 Patio Par ty w/ Freelance Band 8-11 pm July 1 Fireworks Display 9:30pm June 17 Patio Par ty w/ Cheap Thrills Band 8-11pm August 5 Patio Par ty w/ Now & Then Band 8-11pm Sept. (TBD) Fishing Tournament TBD May 6 Cinco-de-Mayo Fiesta 6-9pm June 10 Poker Run 1-4pm (12:00 check-in) September 9 Fall Garage Sale 8am-3pm August 26 Patio Par ty w/ Mixology Band 8-11pm September 30 Wine Fest & Beer ‘n Brats w/ Levi Garrison 5-9pm October 28 Halloween Trunk-or-Treat 2pm November 4 Firef ighters’ Chili Cook-Of f 5pm (Pick up entry forms at the of fice) & One Way Out Band
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Lake Viking 2023 Activities *Dates & times are subject to change

Campground Committee Zoom Meeting 3/14/2023 7:00 pm

Present: Flint & Mary Hibler (chair), Campground Managers; James Funk; Mike Booth; Charles Sudduth; Randall Davidson; George Eshnaur, board contact; Michelle Sullivan, guest (joining campground committee, will go through board approval at April board meeting). Not Present: Kathy Price; Jeff Sprague Meeting commenced at 7:01 pm. Mary advised, as of today, there are 30 empty spaces, 20 in campground #1 and 10 in campground #2. Thirteen members were on the waiting list and have filled spots, but there are still around 30 empty spaces. Three have committed to an additional camp space and with ruling in rule book, that only can add these if no camping list exists, which it does not at this time.


Discussion on Phase 1 of CG electrical. Coming along and looks good. Need clarity on how the rest of the phases will roll out. Connecting with lake director on this.

The committee decided to hold off on electing campground committee officers until the next committee meeting in April.

Another goal of this committee is to further better communication with fellow campers and the committee members and to have a meet and greet. This is especially important because there being some new campground members this season. This will also be an opportunity to collect ideas/feedback on items that should be part of the 3-5-year campground strategic plan. Can Condo Control help with this? Does Condo have the ability to create a communication list for those members who are in the CG?

Discussion on rewording campground rules/regulations in the handbook to express that anything concerning camp spaces that has been added cannot be removed (i.e., gravel, landscaping timbers/railroad ties, etc.) Although RV Ports and decks are not included in this except if member utilizing camp space

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is delinquent in their VVA dues and/or camping fees.

Discussion on the trash dumpsters in the campgrounds. Non-CG members are using the bins. Can that be stopped? Discussion about putting a fence/structure around the dumpsters to make it more visually pleasing.

George advised the committee of Doug Winter being elected by the board as BOD President. New board members include Jeremy Lillig, Tom Rice and Terry Nibarger. Troy L. resigned and Tony G. took his spot for the reminder of Troy’s term (ends March 2024). Michelle Sullivan, Bob Gates and Denice Ferguson were presented as potential additions to the campground committee. They will join the committee pending board approval at the April board meeting.

Meeting concluded at 8:00pm CST. CG committee is trying to find a day and time that is consistent so all committee members can be present. The next meeting will be after the April board meeting. Date and time to follow.

Campground Committee Zoom Meeting on 3/30/23 at 7:00pm

Present: Flint & Mary Hibler (chair), Campground Managers; James Funk; Kathy Price; Mike Booth; Charles Sudduth; Michelle Sullivan; Bob Gates; and Denice Ferguson— all guests (joining campground committee, will go through board approval at April board meeting). Not Present: Mike Booth; Randall Davidson; Jeff Sprague; George Eshnaur, board contact.


• We talked about the electrical upgrade that is being worked on in Campground 1. We have decided to hold off on purchasing the additional materials needed until money is in the account from the special assessment that was voted on during the Yearly Board Meeting. It makes sense to get the water back on and let the campers use the campground for this summer without power disruption or construction going on. We will look at the finances during the next few meetings to see what a good date will be to start back up with the upgrade. The water should be back on next week and will be tested at that point.

• We talked about buying material now while prices have lowered a little bit, but we are going to wait until the next Campground Committee Meeting to look at the budget and what those costs will be. At this point, we will know more about the occupancy in the campgrounds as well as what funds are available from the special assessment. We have room to store the products if we decide to move forward with that plan.

• We currently have 23 open spots in Campground 1 and 12 open spots in Campground 2. We are going to put some ads in the paper to create some excitement around getting a spot in the campground now for the 2023 Camping Season. We are thinking about an open house type event to tour through the campgrounds to get some additional campers in both campgrounds.

• There is a small RV Port that was given to Campground 1 that we are going to use for shelter over some picnic tables to have as a central meeting point for campers. The Committee will decide the location during the next meeting.

• During the Electrical Upgrade construc-

tion, there are some trenches that were dug close to the campsites. The Committee is looking at purchasing some base rock to put at the campsites for the campers to use filling in any muddy areas. Most of those will have to be spread by hand by the campers, but we can look at a volunteer day to help with campers that need assistance.

• We have some fencing available to put around the dumpster at Campground 1 to try and control that area better. This will be done on 4/29 as a volunteer day and will include a safety check of the playground equipment to ensure it is safe for people to use. We will also create a list of what needs to be done to address any maintenance issues that are at both of the campgrounds. We will have another volunteer day in May to get those items completed at both Campgrounds.

• Flint is going to work with the contractors at Campground 1 to produce a map of the water lines and the electrical lines.

• We are working on a Campground Mission Statement as well as a Strategic Plan to present to the Board of Directors. We are going to cover the options at the 5/7/23 Campground Committee Meeting.

We currently have been doing Zoom Meetings but will do in-person meetings Starting 5/7/23 for the next 6 months. We will reassess at that point to see if we resume the Zoom meetings then.

We are working on the Sewer upgrade costs to look at what the next steps are and timing around those upgrades. The bath house at Campground 2 was rotting on the outside and we spent funds to make the outside maintenance free going forward. We will address the bath house at Campground 1 after the Electrical and Sewer opportunities are addressed.

We talked about the Committee Members being nominated to be Officers of the Campground Committee. We selected James Funk as the Chairman, Randall Davidson as the Secretary, Michelle Sullivan as Co-Treasurer and Kathy Price as Co-Treasurer.

We have set the next meetings for 5/7/23, 6/10/23, 7/8/23, 8/12/23, 9/9/23, 10/14/23.

The meeting adjourned at 8:15 pm Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News April 2023 16 Who Ya Gonna Call? EMERGENCY: Daviess County 911
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EMERGENCY: Daviess County 911 Daviess County Sheriff 660-663-2031 or 660-663-2149 State Hwy Patrol (emergencies) 800-525-5555 Lake Viking Assoc. Office 660-322-9001 ext. 4 Lake Viking Assoc. Safety Dept 660-322-9001 ext. 1 Public Water Supply District #3 (PWSD) 660-663-2771 After Hours Emergencies 660-334-0243
Electric Co-op 800-279-0496 After Hours Emergencies 800-927-5334
Service (Affordable Disposal) 816-238-8933 Phone Company (Windstream) 800-501-1754
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Church of Christ (108 E. Johnson St.) — Charles Ross, E v a n g e l i s t ; L o r d ’ s D a y s e r v i c e s 1 0 a m ; E v e n i n g services 6 p.m. For transportation, call 663-4061 or 6633957.

First Baptist Church (511 W Richardson St.) — Bro. Daniel Pelichowski, Pastor; Bro. Wood Marshall, Youth Pastor Bible Study 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; Worship 10:40 a.m. (nursery provided). Evening Worship at 6 p.m.; Tuesday Bible study 6 p.m., Wednesday Adult Choir 8:05 p.m. For transportation, call church office at 663.663.2331.Office hours: 8 to 11 a.m. weekdays.


United Methodist Church — Marilyn Dorst, Minister; Worship 9:30 a.m., S S following on 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays; Sunday School 9:30 a.m. on 1st and 3rd.


First Baptist Church — Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Worship 10:30 a.m.; Sunday & Wednesday services 6:30 p.m.; church ph: 749.5577

Fair view Community Church — Pastor Shadrach Landry; Sunday School 9:45-10:45 a.m.; Worship 11 a.m.

United Methodist Church — Eugene Keats, Pastor; Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m.


First Christian Church (1501 S. Main St.) — Rev Kyle Taft, pastor; Children’s Pastor Emily Miller Sunday worship at 9 a.m.; Sunday School at 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meetings at 5:30 p.m. followed by Bible Study at 6 p.m.; Men’s Bible Study 5 p.m. Sundays; Youth groups at 5:30 p.m. every second and fourth Sunday during the school year Visit our website:, and also join us on Facebook: Gallatin First Christian Church

Friends in Christ (400 N. Main St.) — Sunday morning worship 9:30 a.m. and small groups at 11 a.m. For more information, call Shonna at 660.663.2228

Gallatin First Assembly of God (208 S. Willow St.) — Rev Wayne Smith, Pastor, ph: 660.663.3213. S S 9:45 a.m., Celebrations 10:45 a.m.; Wednesdays 6 p.m.

Lake Viking Church (East Entrance to Lake) — Rev Robert Nelson, Pastor; Sunday School 9 a.m., Worship 10 a.m.; Wednesday Bible study and prayer service 7 p.m.; Email:

Mar y Immaculate Catholic Church (409 S. Main) — Fr Tom Hermes; Saturday Mass 4:30 p m on holiday weekends only; Sunday Mass 10:30 a.m. (all year)

Olive Baptist Church (Route V, east of Gallatin) — David Leeper, Minister; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Worship 11 a.m. & 7 p.m.; Wednesday prayer service 7 p.m.

Presbyterian Church (201 S. Main St.) — James Norton, Minister; Fellowship 10:30 a.m. and Worship 11 a.m.

Visit: Seventh-day

Clay St.)

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (211

Ash) — David Marble, Bishop, ph: 660.663.9258. Sunday Sacrament Service 10 a.m.; Wednesday youth activities, 7 p.m.

United Methodist Church (111 S. Market) — Pastor Brad Dush; Sunday School and Worship 11 a.m.;

Alta Vista Baptist Church (NW of Winston on Hwy 6) — Rev Robert Dean, Pastor; Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Worship service 10:30 a.m.


Baptist Church — Tim Wilson, Pastor; Sunday School 10:30 a.m.; Worship 11:30 a.m.; Wednesday Bible study


United Methodist Church (109 E. Main) — Pastor Brad Dush; Worship 9:30, Sunday School 10:35

Baptist Church (708 W Auberr y Gr v) — Rev Jim Whitley, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Worship 10:45 a.m. & 7 p.m.; Wednesday Bible study & prayer meeting 7 p.m.


United Methodist — Christy Clark, Pastor; Worship 10:30 a.m.

Heath United Methodist (2009 Oak St.) — Christy Clark, Pastor; Worship 9 a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.

Evening Worship & Youth Group 6:30 p.m. Ph: (660) 815-5373

Cameron United Methodist Church (201 N. Pine) — Pastor Dan Brown Kid’s Sunday School (ages 4th

First Baptist Church (202 E. Ford) Senior Pastor Ken Gazaway Sunday School All Ages 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m.; Tuesday Men’s Breakfast & Bible Study 6:00 a.m.; Wednesday Awana Clubs 6:30 p.m.; Thursday Impact Youth 6:30 p.m. Ph: (816) 632-7251 Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News April 2023 18 Stanley E. Humphrey, DDS Jacob E. Humphrey, DDS 307 S. Main, Gallatin 663-2814 Humphrey
M i k e C a r n e r, Pa s t o r, p h : 6 6 0 7 7 2 3 3 0 6 ; S a t u r d a y Sabbath School 9:15 a.m., Worship 11 a.m.
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- 5th Grade) 9:00 a.m.; Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.; Sunday Youth Group (ages 6th -12th Grade) 7:30 p.m.8 : 3 0 p m We d n e s d a y N i g h t L i v e ( a g e s 4 t h - 5 t h Grade)6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Ph: (816) 632-3461 Christian Church — Terry Oliphant, Pastor; Sunday S c h o o l 9 : 3 0 a m ; F e l l o w s h i p 1 0 : 1 5 ; C h u r c h a n d Communion 10:30 a.m.
River of Life Baptist Church (811 S. Walnut Street) — Pastors Otis
Sunday School 9:00 a.m.; Sunday Morning Worship 10:15 a.m. Ph: (816) 6322246 Liber ty Baptist —
School 9:30 a.m.; Worship 10:15 a.m. First Christian Church
N. Pine) — Pastor Russ Hamilton Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.; Monday Evening Bible Study 6:00 p.m. Ph: (816) 632-3605 First Baptist Church — David Stephenson, Pastor; Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Worship 10:30 a.m. Oak Ridge Church (north of Old Pattonsburg) Dwight Schell, lay speaker; Sunday worship 10:30 a.m. Cornerstone Church (317 N. Locust) — Pastor Morgan S a u n d e r s S u n d a y M o r n i n g W o r s h i p 1 0 : 0 0 a m ; Wednesday
Dave Nixdorf
Baptist Church
S. Elm Street)
Mackey Sunday School 10:00 a.m.; Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.; Sunday Afternoon Service 2:00 p.m.; Wednesday Evening Service & Kids Club 7:00 p.m. Ph: (816) 632-7337 Church of Christ (108 N. Williams) — Sunday Bible study 9 a.m.; Worship 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Wednesday Bible study 7 p.m. Word of Life Christian Fellowship — Clyde Hulet, Pastor; Sunday School 9:15 a.m.; Worship 10 a.m.; Wed. Bible prayer meeting 7 p.m. 401 N Main St, Gallatin MO Ph. 660-663-3314 Open 8 A .M.-8 P.M. • 7 Days a week! Like us on Facebook! Funeral Home JAMESPORT 501 N. Locust 660.684.6133 Pr ofessional Ser vice with Dignity GALLATIN 1329 W. Grand, Gallatin, MO 64640 Fax: 660.663.3029 • 660.663.2117 Frost Automotive, Inc. Auto - Truck & Tractor Parts South side of Gallatin Square 663-2152 or 663-2455 Johnnie & Sally Black, Owners These sponsors encourage you to worship God wher ever you ar e, whatever your cir cumstances: Gallatin, MO 660-663-2183 Ph. 663-2161 121 W. Jackson, Gallatin Member FDIC OF NORTHERN MISSOURI Viking Valley Association 660-322-9001 144 East Main Street Gallatin, MO Monday-Friday | 8 am - 4 pm 816-945-2760 Custom Screen Printing & Embroider y Personalized Gif ts & More!
a.m., nursery provided. Website: Bible
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come. DNR indicated dirt should be added to the end the lagoon and this has been completed.

We will be doing chip and seal for 6.1 to 6.3 miles of roads around the lake. The stockpile of material will be at the silt ponds on the south end of the lake. We will need 30 loads of material and we will begin seeing this come in in the next week.

Jeff reported we have trimmed trees in Campground 2 and the pool has been drained and cleaned in preparation for a Memorial Day opening. We will need to do some painting before the pool opens.

Jeff also reported we are working on anchoring the needed buoys and the swim zone buoys. Cassie is finishing the Wake buoys and they will be installed. Jeff stated we will set the buoys and then take a GPS reading so we will know exactly where they should be located if they shift.

Approval Of Financial Statements

Doug Winter made a motion that the Financial Statements be approved as presented. Seconded by Terry Nibarger; motion passed unanimously.

Guest Time

Three guests were on the agenda for this meeting. These included: Brett Bush, Lot 324 who presented the want and need to establish a Fishing Management Committee to help with monitoring stocking of fish in the lake as well as review and standardize the length limits etc. Motion was made by George Eshenaur and seconded by Tony Gronniger to establish a Fishing committee. Members of this committee will be Shawn Hepinstall, Gary Buck, Troy Knight and Jim Powers are suggested by Brett Bush and approved by the motion. Motion passed unanimously.

Second Guest was Beckett Depriest Lot 58 who was following up on a Ripple Bin glass recycling project he had presented as part of his Eagle Scout project. A free ripple glass collection bin is very small and would not work well. Beckett presented the cost of going with a bigger bin. This would be a $5000+ outlay for VVA which is not budgeted at this time. President Doug Winter let membership know this would have to be voted on and the expense would need to be budgeted. Doug offered to put Beckett in touch with a person he knows who does both glass and aluminum recycling. Doug also suggested that a Survey be done to see what the level of interest in participation is with VVA owners.

Third Guest was Jackie Leslie Lot 2087 who was seeking clarification for what kind of shed could be put on a lot. They are experiencing a lot of upkeep time and cost with their storage shed. Jackie presented information from a manufacturer she was interested in using. This will be looked at by the Building Committee.

Board Discussion

Allan Slavin, brought up discussion of a handbook change to page 21 of the current handbook. He suggested a change in verbiage from Hard Surface Driveways to All Driveways.

Also discussed was the timing of the change in number of watercrafts allowed with a lot purchase. After 9/22 a new lot owner is limited to 2 watercraft. A motion was made to change the verbiage in the handbook by Tom Rice and was seconded by Jeremy Lillig. Motion passed unanimously.


Tony Gronniger moved to adjourn to Executive Session at 4:00pm to discuss legal, personnel, and Board organizational matters. Allan Slavin seconded and the motion passed by all board members. Meeting was adjourned at 4:00 pm.


A sign-in Attendance Sheet is on record at the Office for reference. Let the record show that these minutes are a record of the business transacted at this meeting and are a sampling of the discussions. Comments and discussions are not reflected in whole or as actual quotations in the minutes, nor do they reflect all comments by members. Viking Valley Association Ph: 660-322-9001 L ake Viking News April 2023 19 #1906 ................. $59,900 #2905 $52,500 #S-142 ................ $49,900 #1191 & 1192 $48,000 #1690 & 1691 $47,000 #2044 $24,500 #2438 $14,900 #2440 ................. $14,900 #2238 $14,000 #1858 $12,500 #2691 $12,000 #1864 $12,000 #1706 ................... $9,500 #2018 $9,500 #1916 $5,000 $653,500 #1743 & S-126 Amazing 4,468 sq. ft. lodge style log home. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, gorgeous master suite with Jacuzzi tub, open kitchen, double-sided gas fireplace, lots of windows and lake views, wood flooring, plus lots of luxurious lake living! Perfect for entertaining! REDUCED This home is situated on 2 Prime lots with 301 ft of shoreline at the top of an excellent cove with great water, behind No Wake buoy. Remodel, update or level for new build. Oversized 2 car garage. $899,000 #90 & 91 NEWLISTING $949,500 #476 Fantastic Opportunity to own this 4,000 sq ft. waterfront home on a great cove. Gorgeous living area w/ fireplace & open stairway. Kitchen is complete w/ appliances, walk in pantry & large island. Oversized 2 car garage. 2-bay covered boat dock has lift and swim deck. REDUCED
VVA Minutes (continued from page 10)

Strategic Planning

Committee Meeting Report 4/12/23

Members present -Jeff Ferguson - Lake Manager, George EshnaurBoard contact, Sue Wolfe, Michael Crum, Nikki Prewitt, Matt Nielsen - committee chairman, Tony Gronniger, Terry Nibarger, Haley Wright, Joe Steer (new member), David Thomas (new member)

Follow up -

a. DOCK LIFEGUARD - water electricity detection systemno response, Terry to write an article for LV newspaper on benefits of system, Matt Atkinson -electrician, Matt N to follow up with company

b. Pickleball court - Report on recent bid -KC sport courts$17/ sq ft

i. Suggestions for funding - to take to the finance committee

1. donations?

ii. Location?? Board recommendation

iii. Gauging interest of membership -

1. survey Monkey - Sue Wolfe

c. Best practices for new members - Social integration and Safety Awareness

New ideas

Dog Park?

Community Bathrooms -

i. Beach 2 is 100% complete

Signage at entrances

Remodel the basement of the clubhouse - Terry

ii. Need an architect - Don Leeper son?

5-year PLAN

VVA Office Needs Your E-Mail Addresses

We are launching a new software platform that includes a user-friendly online app for your phone ... to pay VVA dues, see Activities, info, sign forms, etc. This new feature will provide greatly improved access for membership but VVA needs all member emails to successfully implement.

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