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NEXT VVA MONTHLY MEETING:

Sunday, March 10, 2024 @ 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.

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February 2024

Volume 36, No. 10

VVA Board of Directors Monthly Meeting Since the regular February 11 monthly Board of Directors meeting was postponed until February 17 due to a conflict with SUPER BOWL, Minutes for the February Meeting will appear in the March edition of Lake Viking News.

PLEASE SEE IMPORTANT FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS ON PAGES 3-7 OF THIS ISSUE

Activities 4 2 20 at Lake Viking

March 24

Wine & Cheese Tasting

6-9 pm

March 30

Easter Egg Hunt

April 20

Spring Garage Sale

May 4

Cinco De Mayo

May 26

Patio Party - Hot Mess KC Band

June 15

Poker Run

June 29

Patio Party - Now & Then Band

8-11 pm

July 6

Fireworks Display

at Dark

July 27

Patio Party - Kontraban Band

August 17

Scavenger Hunt

August 30

Patio Party - Mixology Band

2 pm 8am - 3pm 6-9 pm 7-11 pm

1-4 pm (12pm check-in)

1-4pm (12:30 check-in)

September 14 Fall Garage Sale

7-11pm 8am - 3pm

September 21 Wine Fest & Beer ‘n Brats

& One Way Out Band

5-9pm

October 26

Halloween Trunk-or-Treat

2pm

November 2

Firefighters’ Chili Cook-Off

5pm

*Dates & times are subject to change


DON'T LET THIS ONE SLIP AWAY!

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VVA SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA

President Doug Winter has called for a special meeting@ for the purpose of fulfilling the requirement of our covenants Clubhouse and By-Laws to approve annual member dues, assessments, and operating budget for 2024. President Doug Winter has called for9, a special2024 meeting for the purpose the requirement of our covenants March @of fulfilling Clubhouse Call to Order at 12:00 p.m.: Doug Winter and By-Laws to approve annual member dues, assessments, and operating budget for 2024. President Doug Winter has called for a special meeting for Prayer: Jeremyat Lillig Call to Order 12:00 p.m.: Winter the purpose ofDoug fulfi lling the requirement of our covenants and By-Laws to approve annual member dues, assessments, and Pledge Allegiance to the Flag: Jeff Ferguson Prayer: ofJeremy Lillig budget operating for 2024. Call to Order at 12:00 Moment Silence fortomembers lost. p.m.: Doug Winter Pledge ofofAllegiance the Flag: we Jeffhave Ferguson Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag: Jeff Ferguson Prayer: Jeremy Lillig lake aspiring to preserve our community and environment for future Mission Statement: Lake Viking iswea private Moment of Silence for members have lost. Moment of Silence for members we have lost. generations. Mission Statement: Lake private lake aspiring aspiringViking to preserve is our acommunity and environment for future to preMission Statement: Lake Viking is a private lake serve our community and environment for future generations. Agenda: generations. Agenda: 1)1)CALL TO ORDER: P.M. CALL TO12:00 ORDER: 12:00 P.M. Agenda: 2)2)RULES OF THE DAY:OF Motion to approve today’s Motion Agenda. to approve today’s Agenda. RULES THE DAY: CALL TO ORDER: 12:00of P.M. Roll call/Introduction 3)1)3)Roll call/Introduction Board Members of Board Members RULES OF THEofDAY: to approve today’s Agenda. Explanation of rules for Special Meeting 4)2)4)Explanation rules Motion for Special Meeting 3) Roll call/Introduction of Board Members by -Sullivan George Eshnaur 4)PRESENTATION Explanation of rulesEshnaur for Special Meeting PRESENTATION by - George & Michelle of dues and assessments & Michelle Sullivan of dues and assessments Dues and Assessments - Option 1 & Michelle 8.3% Increase PRESENTATION by - George Eshnaur Sullivan of dues and assessments

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Finance Committee Minutes February 2024

Call to order 5:00PM Thursday, February 8, 2024 on ZOOM virtual platform. Dues and Assessments - Option 1 8.3% Increase Roll call of attendees: Paula Hepinstall Chair, Steve Danner, George Eshnaur, Kevin Euston, Jacque Leslie, Troy Lesan, Jeremy Lillig, Terry Nibarger, Deena Stous, Michelle Sullivan, and Doug Winter. January 2024 Financial Documents were discussed. Deena inquired about administrative costs of Employee 401k (to be discussed in a later bullet point in these minutes). She also questioned “explanations” on check disbursements document in Quickbooks system. Paula explained that QB has a separate report for this in their menu, and it will be sent to committee members. Morgan Stanley Update: Terry Nibarger reported that VVA invested funds had a good month; up .9% with a gain of $14,365.22 for the month. Our 2 money markets funds are still doing well at 5.0% and 5.74%. Procedure for reviewing financial documents appearing in the Lake Viking News. Paula expressed need for Finance Committee Members to be able to review Financial Documents appearing in newspaper each month. Troy stated that in months when Financials will appear, an advance draft of the ISSU link (the electronic format for the LV News) can be sent to every member of the committee ahead of publication. 2023 Full Audit UHY This is taking longer with the audit requiring 2 years of Financial Statements, since a full and comprehensive Dues and Assessments - Option 2 4.6 % Increase audit was not done in previous year. VVA Special Budget Meeting Saturday, March 9th Doug Winter Dues and Assessments - Option 2 4.6 % Increase explained that there will be a ballot with ABC options for membership to vote on. Ballot options will appear in this Lake Viking News and other VVA communication outlets. Sale of lake owned lots No VVA lots sold in January. Sales are expected in February. Sale of lot 717 – VVA has accepted a $230,000 offer closing in April. This amount will be subject to closing costs and also Capital Gains in 2024 since there is no cost basis. Clubhouse Septic Update VVA sent out 3 RFPs on this longawaited and much needed improvement. Bird Septic was the lowest bid at $87,000 and will be accepted. A question was raised that there is only $60,000 designated for this on the 2024 Cap X document. Paula reminded the Committee that for many years the VVA has also been holding a $30,000 CD designated for Clubhouse Septic and carried over each year in retained earnings. 401K/ ADP – Michelle Sullivan has been looking at several different 401K options designed to address administrative cost and to be inclusive to more employees. Mastercard/Visa Settlement – These companies have created a fund and notified vendors of eligibility. Kevin Euston has been working on application for possible refund. Farm Programs Steve Danner reported that VVA has qualified for Instructions for voting: By Colored cards to be dropped into a the farm income threshold due to sale of hay to neighboring farmers. “Yes” and “No” bucket. He is also looking at other FSA farm grants. Instructions for voting: Colored cardsover to be dropped “Yes” and Option mustByachieve 50%into of avote to“No” bebucket. approved. Option must achieve over 50% of vote to be approved. Other Business/Adjourn Paula thanked members for attendance. Instructions for voting: By Colored cards to be dropped into a “Yes” and “No” bucket. Meeting adjourned at 6 PM. ADJOURN Option must achieve over 50% of vote to be approved. Minutes respectfully submitted by Troy Lesan Motion, second and vote. ADJOURN Motion, second and vote. ADJOURN Motion, second and vote.


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Profit and Loss YTD Comparison VVA Profi t & Loss YTD Comparison January - December 2023 January - December 2023

Profit and Loss YTD Comparison

January - December 2023

TOTAL

TOTAL

JAN - DEC 2023

JAN - DEC 2022 (PY)

CHANGE

% CHANGE

4000 Membership Dues

95,689.80

98,615.67

-2,925.87

-2.97 %

4100 Special Assessments

1,124,054.06

998,745.65

125,308.41

12.55 %

4150 Ramp Gate Assessment

3,319.90

4,560.00

-1,240.10

4200 Special Lake Assessments

206,091.41

191,146.75 -24.18

Income

4201 Dredge Assessment

JAN - DEC 2022 (PY)

CHANGE

% CHANGE

20,134.12

20,924.42

-790.30

-3.78 %

6440 Fire Department Fund Raising

105.00

515.97

-410.97

-79.65 %

-27.20 %

6450 Fire Department Expense

7,962.82

8,139.10

-176.28

-2.17 %

14,944.66

7.82 %

6500 Special Lake Dredge Operations

494,295.09

96,103.32

398,191.77

414.34 %

24.18

100.00 %

6500.01 Spec. Lake- Dredge Supp/Repairs

1,798.42

13,328.30

-11,529.88

-86.51 %

2,923.26

8.03 %

Total 6500 Special Lake Dredge Operations

496,093.51

109,431.62

386,661.89

353.34 %

4202 Additional Dredge Employee

39,304.92

36,381.66

4203 Special Lake Accrual

59,004.18

54,549.50

4,454.68

8.17 %

4250 NWFS Collections Del Acct

5,153.33

7,116.35

-1,963.02

-27.58 %

6,786.75

-6,786.75

4251 VVA Collections Delinquent Acct

6400 Safety Expense

JAN - DEC 2023

6501 Silt Basin Construction

262,864.07

-262,864.07

-100.00 %

-100.00 %

6502 Special Lake Silt Containment

18,327.75

29,866.66

-11,538.91

-38.63 %

6.00 %

6503 Special Lake Beach/Other

56,516.81

31,407.02

25,109.79

79.95 %

4300 Special Road Assessments

66,913.44

63,123.84

3,789.60

4350 Defer. Maint./Cap. Proj. Assmts

61,100.29

56,330.27

4,770.02

8.47 %

6560 New Clubhouse Septic

3,950.00

3,950.00

4400 Service Charge

18,306.93

11,030.66

7,276.27

65.96 %

6561 Weir/Harbor Project

52,804.00

52,804.00

6562 South Weir Project

36,015.00

36,015.00

6563 Lot 717 Expense

13,683.83

6600 Electricity

4,500.36

4,215.13

285.23

6.77 %

6600.01 Electricity {Office/Map Shack}

1,758.65

1,930.54

-171.89

-8.90 %

183.90 %

6600.02 Electricity {Maintenance}

1,284.92

1,565.07

-280.15

-17.90 %

505.63

515.12

-9.49

-1.84 %

4401 Credit Card Convenience Fee

6,948.35

5,951.47

996.88

16.75 %

217,659.59

117,334.16

100,325.43

85.50 %

4500.01 Camp Fees {Overnight}

2,695.00

2,975.00

-280.00

-9.41 %

4500.04 Campground Mowing

700.00

1,558.83

-858.83

-55.09 %

4500 Campground Income

4501 Campground Special Assessment Electrical

124,927.79

Total 4500 Campground Income

345,982.38

124,927.79 121,867.99

224,114.39

13,683.83

4550 Mowing Receipts

1,603.53

6,280.00

-4,676.47

-74.47 %

6600.03 Electricity {Boat Ramp}

4600 Building Permit Fee

67,205.00

92,600.00

-25,395.00

-27.42 %

6600.04 Electricity {Sec./Fire House}

1,949.84

1,898.75

51.09

2.69 %

4650 Clubhouse Income

8,175.00

6,173.55

2,001.45

32.42 %

6600.06 Electricity {Clubhouse}

2,712.54

2,556.47

156.07

6.10 %

4660 LV News Income

46,812.10

47,868.70

-1,056.60

-2.21 %

579.76

-579.76

-100.00 %

6600.07 Electricity {Fire Dept. Sirens}

1,652.84

1,586.22

66.62

4.20 %

Total 6600 Electricity

14,364.78

14,267.30

97.48

0.68 %

4700 Sales Income 4700.02 Sales Income {Lots}

95,917.78

95,000.49

917.29

0.97 %

Total 4700 Sales Income

95,917.78

95,580.25

337.53

0.35 %

66000 Payroll Expenses

295.00

937.00

-642.00

-68.52 %

2,852.00

2,929.00

-77.00

-2.63 %

6700 Phones

2,403.21

1,969.57

433.64

22.02 %

4850 Special Road Dist. #1

3,828.50

18,469.26

-14,640.76

-79.27 %

6700.01 Phones {Campground}

695.00

4860 Fire Department Income

1,600.00

1,194.00

406.00

34.00 %

6700.04 Phones {Security}

1,523.94

329.05

1,194.89

4870 Activities Income

22,614.30

22,007.00

607.30

2.76 %

4910 Contract Income-P.W.S.D. #3

3,798.00

2,725.00

1,073.00

39.38 %

6700.05 Phones Pool I Pad}

297.47

405,664.11

97,833.86

307,830.25

314.65 %

Total 6700 Phones

4,919.62

2,298.62

2,621.00

114.02 %

16,923.15

6,310.86

37.29 %

6750 Water

0.00

82.30

-82.30

-100.00 %

114,757.01

314,141.11

273.74 %

6750.01 Water {Assn. Office}

516.73

379.35

137.38

36.21 %

2,769.88

2,486.00

283.88

11.42 %

1,103.36

657.65

445.71

67.77 %

Viking Valley Association 503.17

454.03

428.70

25.33

5.91 %

772.60

-269.43

-34.87 %

449.28 Profit and Loss YTD Comparison

411.60

37.68

9.15 %

5,796.45

5,218.20

578.25

11.08 %

4,399.52

6,556.07

-2,156.55

-32.89 %

4800 Cemetery Income

{Reimb}

4950 Misc. Income 4950.01 Misc. Income {Fines} Total 4950 Misc. Income

Viking Valley 23,234.01 Association 428,898.12

4960 Investment Income

Profit and Loss YTD Comparison

-218.81

218.81

100.00 %

6750.02 Water {Pool}

4960.01 Dividend Income

58,133.87 January - December 2023

26,335.00

31,798.87

120.75 %

6750.03 Water {Clubhouse}

4960.02 Interest Earned

13,218.54

3,585.23

9,633.31

268.69 %

6750.04 Water {Maint. Barn}

4960.03 Realized Gains

148,825.42

1,007.08

147,818.34

14,677.91 %

6750.05 Water {Beach #2}

TOTAL 1,446.21

-1,446.21

-100.00 %

JAN - DEC 2023 220,177.83JAN - DEC 2022 (PY) 32,154.71

CHANGE 188,023.12

% 584.75 CHANGE %

-543.85

-7.59 %

Total 6750 Water

4960.04 Capital Gain Distributions Total 4960 Investment Income 4970 Interest Income

6750.06 Water {Beach #3}

695.00 363.13 %

297.47

6,618.78

7,162.63 1,355.63

-1,355.63

-100.00 %

6800 Heat {Propane}

0.00

1,270,156.37

-1,270,156.37

-100.00 %

6800.03 Heat {Fire House}

2,356.14

2,115.92

-0.33

2,116.25

Unapplied Cash Payment IncomeCash Basis Tuesday, January -2,216.08 170.61 9, 2024 10:07 AM GMT-06:00

-2,386.69

641,287.88 % -1,398.921/4 %

6800.04 Heat {Clubhouse}

487.64

Total 6800 Heat {Propane}

7,243.30 JAN - DEC 2023

6,556.07 JAN - DEC 2022 (PY)

687.23 CHANGE

10.48 % % CHANGE

37,442.38

-12,175.32

-32.52 %

4980 Accrual Account 4999 A/R Adjustment Services Total Income

January - December 2023

2,356.14 TOTAL

487.64

$2,941,869.77

$3,377,765.77

$ -435,896.00

-12.90 %

6900 Fuel {Gas/Diesel}

25,267.06

6000 Gross Wages-Administrative

178,696.80

130,684.72

48,012.08

36.74 %

6900.01 Fuel {Maintenance}

10,855.85

10,855.85

6001 Gross Wages-Maintenance

156,285.68

184,001.08

-27,715.40

-15.06 %

6900.02 Fuel {Security}

6,428.15

6,428.15

9,706.36

-9,706.36

-100.00 %

168,641.13

158,883.69

9,757.44

6.14 %

Total 6900 Fuel {Gas/Diesel}

42,551.06

6004 Gross Wages-Housekeeping

7,887.30

4,980.95

2,906.35

58.35 %

6005 Gross Wages - Pool Attendant

12,298.88

9,721.95

2,576.93

26.51 %

7000 Trash Expense

112,962.66

16,674.07

96,288.59

577.48 %

49,856.41

59,578.05

-9,721.64

-16.32 %

3,128.88

1,690.65

1,438.23

85.07 %

3,375.00

1,628.49

1,746.51

107.25 %

31,142.33

13,793.64

17,348.69

125.77 %

Cost of Goods Sold

6002 Gross Wages-Dredge {Sp. Lake} 6003 Gross Wages-Safety

6901 Dredge Fuel

6007 Gross Wages-Campground

8,788.60

7,199.92

1,588.68

22.07 %

7100 Campground Expense

6010 Employer FICA Tax Expense

43,512.63

44,670.31

-1,157.68

-2.59 %

7101 Campground Utilities

6049 Employee Retirement

3,042.01

6,891.29

-3,849.28

-55.86 %

6051 Employee Insurance

64,554.33

31,560.18

32,994.15

104.54 %

7300 Deed / Lien Expense

Total Cost of Goods Sold

$643,707.36

$588,300.45

$55,406.91

9.42 %

GROSS PROFIT

$2,298,162.41

$2,789,465.32

$ -491,302.91

-17.61 %

Expenses 4050 Bad Debt

11,009.57

6006 Credit Card Merchant Fees

5,388.79

6008 Contract Labor

6,000.00

6011 NWFS Fees

105.76

6050 Administrative Expense

1,270,245.01

7600 Cemetery Expense

37,442.38

5,108.68

13.64 %

64,481.36 20,964.82 Cash Basis Tuesday, January 9, 2024 10:07 AM GMT-06:00 46,385.76 28,980.00

43,516.54

207.57 3/4 %

{Reimb}

7795 Activities Expense

17,405.76

60.06 %

7900 Fish Stocking

7,000.00

2,000.00

5,000.00

250.00 %

Total 7795 Activities Expense

38,142.33

15,793.64

22,348.69

141.50 %

13,944.67

965.26

6.92 %

-1,259,235.44

-99.13 %

7,020.42

-1,631.63

-23.24 %

7800 Misc. Expense

14,909.93

38,720.00

-32,720.00

-84.50 %

7910 Purchases

172.54

5,776.52

-5,670.76

-98.17 %

Unapplied Cash Bill Payment Expense

717.25

0.00

717.25

73,474.10

40,180.22

33,293.88

82.86 %

6052 Insurance & Bonds

85,397.13

89,435.87

-4,038.74

-4.52 %

Uncategorized Expense

0.00

150.00

-150.00

-100.00 %

6053 Taxes, Licenses & Permits

74,157.02

66,406.00

7,751.02

11.67 %

Total Expenses

$1,822,800.31

$2,547,694.82

$ -724,894.51

-28.45 %

6054 Legal & Professional

25,374.65

1,993.46

23,381.19

1,172.89 %

NET OPERATING INCOME

$475,362.10

$241,770.50

$233,591.60

96.62 %

6056 Promotional & Advertisement

13,360.11

14,208.59

-848.48

-5.97 %

Other Expenses

6059 LV News Expense

42,118.28

41,999.21

119.07

0.28 %

6100 Office Expense

16,367.67

17,029.46

-661.79

-3.89 %

1590 Current Year Cap. Expenditures

123,356.91

182,103.47

-58,746.56

-32.26 %

6103 Postage

4,326.96

4,497.04

-170.08

-3.78 %

1590.01 Cap. Expenditures - Maintenance

87,095.28

85,444.90

1,650.38

1.93 %

6200 Maintenance Expense

22,357.12

24,492.21

-2,135.09

-8.72 %

Total 1590 Current Year Cap. Expenditures

210,452.19

267,548.37

-57,096.18

-21.34 %

6200.01 Maintenance-Supplies/Repairs

49,433.28

25,306.17

24,127.11

95.34 %

1595 Depreciation Expense - Land Improvements

203.26

6200.03 Maintenance-Swimming Pool

7,889.58

4,181.72

3,707.86

88.67 %

7810 Investment Expenses

5,450.30

6200.05 Maintenance-Clubhouse

8,791.10

Total 6200 Maintenance Expense

88,471.08

53,980.10

34,490.98

63.90 %

6250 Roads

243,605.60

204,587.52

39,018.08

19.07 %

6251 Roads {Special Rd. District}

11,778.41

6300 Ramp Gate Expense

6,970.01

8,791.10

11,778.41 2,342.58

4,627.43

197.54 %

172.54

203.26 4,139.62

1,310.68

31.66 %

7820 Realized Loses

58,647.49

59,812.29

-1,164.80

-1.95 %

Total Other Expenses

$274,753.24

$331,500.28

$ -56,747.04

-17.12 %

NET OTHER INCOME

$ -274,753.24

$ -331,500.28

$56,747.04

17.12 %

NET INCOME

$200,608.86

$ -89,729.78

$290,338.64

323.57 %


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Retained Earnings Schedule

VVA Balance Sheet Comparison Balance Sheet Comparison

RETAINED EARNINGS SCHEDULE

As of December 31, 2023 As of December 31, 2023

2021 2022 2023 Year ended Revenue/Exp Revenue/Exp Revenue/Exp Year ended 2020 ense ense ense 2023

TOTAL AS OF DEC 31, 2023

AS OF DEC 31, 2022 (PY)

CHANGE

% CHANGE

ASSETS

South End Dredge America Project 4203 Special Lake Accrual - Dredge 4202 Dredge Employee Actual

Current Assets

Carryover from 2022 Silt pond Construction

Bank Accounts 1052 BTC Bank Gen Checking

9,285.80

5,344.85

1056 BTC Bank CD #2

0.00

0.00

0.00

1057 BTC ICS

0.00

0.00

0.00

1058.1 Edward Jones CD#1

0.00

0.00

0.00

1058.2 Edward Jones CD Interest

0.00

0.00

0.00

6502 Special Lake Silt Containment

1061 State Farm Bank MM

0.00

0.00

0.00

6901 Dredge Fuel

1062 Ed Jones CD#2 Capital Projects

0.00

0.00

0.00

South End Dredge America Expenses

1064 Edward Jones CD#4

0.00

0.00

0.00

1065 Edward Jones CD#5

0.00

0.00

0.00

1066 Edward Jones Cap. Projects-Cash

0.00

0.00

0.00

4950 Misc. Income - Sale of Dredge Dredge Retained Earnings

1067 Edward Jones Money Market

0.00

0.00

0.00

1068 Morgan Stanley Bucket 1-2

990,966.77

1,088,728.55

-97,761.78

-8.98 %

0.29

0.29

0.00

0.00 %

990,967.06

1,088,728.84

-97,761.78

-8.98 %

1069 Morgan Stanley Bucket 3

0.00

0.00

0.00

1069.1 Cash Bucket 3

0.00

0.00

Total 1069 Morgan Stanley Bucket 3

0.00 252,179.23

Total 1068 Morgan Stanley Bucket 1-2

1070 Morgan Stanley Bucket 4

57.56 %

6500 - Dredge Budget

14,630.65

1068.1 Cash Bucket 1-2

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6901 Dredge Fuel Budget South End Dredge America Revenue 6500 Dredge Operations

4350 Deferred Capital Projects Fund (from 2018– E.Jones CD 6/7/21) 4350 Deferred Capital Projects Fund - (from 2019) Morgan Stanley 4350 Deferred Capital Projects Fund 2020 Subtotal Capital Projects Fund

($ 48,520.00) ($ 48,217.50) ($ 54,572.50) ($ 59,004.18) ($ 210,314.18) ($ 39,304.92) ($ 39,304.92) ($ 20,118.33) ($ 20,118.33) ($ 171,050.00) ($ 171,050.00) ($ 45,000.00) ($ 45,000.00) ($ 48,520.00) ($ 48,217.50) ($ 54,572.50) ($ 334,477.43) ($ 485,787.43) ($(496,093.51) ($ (496,093.51) ($ (18,327.75) ($ (18,327.75) ($ (64,481.36) ($ (64,481.36) ($ - ) ($ - ) ($ - ) ($(578,902.62) ($ (578,902.62) ($ 299,995.00) ($ 299,995.00) ($ 48,520.00) ($ 48,217.50) ($ 54,572.50) ($ 55,569.81) ($ 206,879.81)

($ 67,000.00) ($ 67,000.00) ($ 50,000.00) ($ 50,000.00) ($ 49,000.00) ($ 47,158.84) ($ 56,373.27) ($ 61,100.29) ($ 213,632.40) ($ 166,000.00) ($ 47,158.84) ($ 56,373.27) ($ 61,100.29) ($ 330,632.40)

4700 - Sales Income (sale of "S101" & "S131") Beach improvement

($ 50,000.00) ($ 19,556.87) ($ 69,556.87)

0.00

6053 - Capital gains tax Beach Improvement

($ (15,000.00) ($ (5,867.06) ($ (20,867.06)

0.00

0.00

156,054.28

96,124.95

61.60 %

Beach 2&3 Renovation Subtotal Beach Improvement Fund

($

- ) ($

($ (15,996.34) ($ (39,058.68) ($ (55,055.02) - ) ($ 19,003.66) ($ (25,368.87) ($ (6,365.21)

2,033.76

1,480.98

552.78

37.33 %

4860 Fire Department Fund (General Fund)

Total 1070 Morgan Stanley Bucket 4

254,212.99

157,535.26

96,677.73

61.37 %

1071 Morgan Stanley Bucket 5

340,590.04

197,910.92

142,679.12

72.09 %

6440 Fire Department Fund Raising Expense Subtotal Fire Department

2,971.69

1,705.26

1,266.43

74.27 %

4500 - Campground Income

Total 1071 Morgan Stanley Bucket 5

343,561.73

199,616.18

143,945.55

72.11 %

4501 - Campground Special Assessment

1075 BTC Bank Money Market

452,462.24

562,624.92

-110,162.68

-19.58 %

1113 Farmers Bank Cemetery

0.00

0.00

0.00

4950 - Misc. Income

1500 Petty Cash

2,061.45

500.00

1,561.45

312.29 %

1510 Activties Petty Cash

769.00

500.00

269.00

53.80 %

$2,058,665.12

$2,018,791.00

$39,874.12

1.98 %

0.00

25.00

-25.00

-100.00 %

$25.00

$ -25.00

-100.00 %

1595 - Depreciation Expense

0.00

10,034.98

-10,034.98

-100.00 %

Subtotal Campground

($

4,588.71

0.00

4,588.71

4870 Activities Fund (General Fund)

($ 5,443.37) ($ 19,287.00) ($ 22,007.00) ($ 22,614.30) ($ 69,351.67) ($ (12,252.38) ($ (14,214.92) ($ (38,142.33) ($ (64,609.63) ($ 5,443.37) ($ 7,034.62) ($ 7,792.08) ($ (15,528.03) ($ 4,742.04)

1070.1 Cash Bucket 4

1071.1 Cash Bucket 5

Total Bank Accounts Accounts Receivable 11000 Accounts Receivable

Viking Valley$0.00 Association

Total Accounts Receivable Other Current Assets

Balance Sheet Comparison

11999 A/R Clearing

As of December 31, 2023

12000 Undeposited Funds 1499 Suspense Total Other Current Assets Total Current Assets

0.00

0.00

0.00

$4,588.71

$10,034.98

$ -5,446.27

TOTAL

-54.27 %

6007 Gross Wages-Campground 6053 - Taxes, Permits, Licenses 6700 - Phones 7000 Trash 7100/7101 & Misc. - Campground Expense Campground Electrical

7795 · Activities Expense Subtotal Activities

- ) ($

($ 123,778.15) ($ 221,054.59) ($ 344,832.74) ($ 124,927.79) ($ 124,927.79) ($ 640.00) ($ 640.00) ($ (8,788.60) ($ (8,788.60) ($ (600.00) ($ (600.00) ($ (695.00) ($ (695.00) ($ (6,025.00) ($ (6,025.00) ($ (86,618.85) ($(162,819.07) ($ (249,437.92) ($ (203.26) ($ (203.26) ($(130,000.00) ($ (130,000.00) - ) ($ 37,159.30) ($ 37,491.45) ($ 74,650.75)

$2,063,253.83 $2,028,850.98 1.70 % AS OF DEC 31, 2023 AS OF DEC 31, 2022 (PY) $34,402.85 CHANGE % CHANGE

BTC Bank #20551 - Club House Septic

Fixed Assets 1600 Equipment 1605 Buildings & Fixtures 1620 Land (Lots)

($ 1,807.49) ($ 2,480.00) ($ 1,194.00) ($ 1,600.00) ($ 7,081.49) ($ 515.97) ($ (105.00) ($ 410.97) ($ 1,807.49) ($ 2,480.00) ($ 1,709.97) ($ 1,495.00) ($ 7,492.46)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Cash Basis Tuesday, January 9, 2024 10:09 0.00 AM GMT-06:00

1625 Land Improvements 1700 Accumulated Depr.-Equipment 1701 Accumulated Depreciation - Land Improvements

164,312.40 0.00

1/2

($ 33,623.89) ($ - )

($ 786,581.26) ($ (44,318.27) ($(185,248.17) ($ 94,641.32) ($ 651,656.14)

164,312.40 0.00

0.00

-203.26

-203.26

Total Fixed Assets

$164,109.14

$0.00 $164,109.14

0.00%

TOTAL ASSETS

$2,227,362.97

$2,028,850.98 $198,511.99

9.78 %

CLASSIFIED ADS Services

LIABILITIES AND EQUITY Liabilities Current Liabilities Other Current Liabilities 2000 SIT Payables

0.00

0.00

0.00

2010 FIT Payables

0.00

0.00

0.00

2020 FICA Payables

0.00

0.00

0.00

2030 FUTA Payables

0.00

395.06

-395.06

2040 SUTA Payables

0.00

0.00

0.00

2085 Insurance Witholding

0.00

184.05

-184.05

2086 Garnishment / Support

Total

($ 33,623.89)

0.00

0.00

0.00

2089 Simple IRA

3,552.80

5,045.56

-1,492.76

2097 PPP Loan

0.00

0.00

0.00

2098 Commerce Bank (dredge)

0.00

0.00

0.00

-100.00 % -100.00 % -29.59 %

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2110 Direct Deposit Liabilities

0.00

0.00

0.00

Total Other Current Liabilities

$3,552.80

$5,624.67

$ -2,071.87

-36.84 %

Total Current Liabilities

$3,552.80

$5,624.67

$ -2,071.87

-36.84 %

February 2024

Total Liabilities

$3,552.80

$5,624.67

$ -2,071.87

-36.84 %

Lake Viking News

Equity 3000 Investment in Fixed Assets

0.00

0.00

0.00

32000 Unrestricted Net Assets

2,023,201.31

2,112,956.09

-89,754.78

0.00

0.00

0.00

-89,729.78

3560 Retained Earnings

-4.25 %

Net Income

200,608.86

290,338.64

323.57 %

Total Equity

$2,223,810.17

$2,023,226.31 $200,583.86

9.91 %

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

$2,227,362.97

$2,028,850.98 $198,511.99

9.78 %

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Proposed 2024 Operating Budget REVENUES 8.3% Increase ($ 94,000.00) 4000 4000 Membership Dues ($ 1,065,345.04) 4100 4100 Special Assessments ($ 2,500.00) 4150 4150 Ramp Gate Assessment ($ 218,443.21) 4200 4200 Special Lake Assessments ($ 41,254.27) 4202 4202 Additional Dredge Employee ($ - ) 4203 4203 Special Lake Accrual - Dredge ($ 5,000.00) 4250 4250 NWFS Collections Del Acct ($ 2,500.00) 4251 4251 · VVA Collections Delinquent Acct ($ 250,052.90) 4300 4300 Special Road Assessments ($ - ) 4350 4350 Defer. Maint./Cap. Proj. Assmts ($ 12,000.00) 4400 4400 Service Charge ($ 7,650.00) 4401 4401 Credit Card Convenience Fee ($ - ) 4500 4500 Campground Income ($ - ) 4501 4501 Campground Special Assessment Electrical 4550 4550 Mowing Receipts ($ 1,500.00) 4600 4600 Building Permit Fee ($ 30,000.00) 4650 4650 Clubhouse Income ($ 10,000.00) 4660 4660 LV News Income ($ 44,000.00) 4700 4700 Sales Income ($ 205,000.00) 4800 4800 Cemetery Income {Reimb} ($ - ) 4850 4850 Special Road Dist. #1 ($ 2,500.00) 4860 4860 · Fire Department Income ($ 1,200.00) 4870 4870 Activities Income ($ - ) 4910 4910 Contract Income-P.W.S.D. #3 ($ 4,000.00) 4950 4950 Misc. Income ($ 50,000.00) 4960 4960 · Investment Income ($ - ) 4970 4970 Interest Income ($ 15,000.00) 4999 4999 A/R Adjustment ($ - ) Total REVENUES ($ 2,061,945.43) Labor ($ 160,000.00) 6000 6000 Gross Wages-Administrative ($ 223,650.00) 6001 6001 Gross Wages-Maintenance ($ 38,057.00) 6002 6002 · Gross Wages-Dredge {Sp. Lake} ($ 210,000.00) 6003 6003 Gross Wages-Safety ($ 13,000.00) 6005 6005 · Gross Wages - Lifeguard ($ 6,300.00) 6004 6004 Gross Wages-Housekeeping ($ - ) 6007 6007 Gross Wages-Campground ($ 52,080.56) 6010 6010 Employer FICA Tax Expense ($ 10,000.00) 6049 6049 Employee Retirement ($ 52,000.00) 6051 6051 Employee Insurance ($ 765,087.56) Total Cost of Labor ($ 1,296,857.87) Gross Profit Expenses 4050 4050 Bad Debt ($ - ) 6006 6006 Credit Card Merchant Fees ($ 7,500.00) 6008 6008 Contract Labor ($ - ) ($ - ) 6011 6011 NWFS Fees 6050 6050 Administrative Expense ($ 41,400.00) 6050.1 Audit Expense ($ 25,000.00) 6052 6052 Insurance & Bonds ($ 90,000.00) 6053 6053 Taxes, Licenses & Permits ($ 75,000.00) 6054 6054 Legal & Professional ($ 15,000.00) 6056 6056 Promotional & Advertisement ($ 16,000.00) 6059 6059 LV News Expense ($ 43,000.00) 6100 6100 Office Expense ($ 15,000.00) 6103 6103 Postage ($ 5,000.00) 6200 6200 Maintenance Expense ($ 73,500.00) 6210 6210 · Mowing-Contract Expense ($ - ) 6250 6250 Roads ($ 250,000.00) 6251 6251 Roads {Special Rd. District} ($ 10,000.00) 6300 6300 Ramp Gate Expense ($ 500.00) 6400 6400 Safety Expense ($ 18,900.00) 6440 6440 · Fire Department Fund Raising ($ 1,200.00) 6450 6450 Fire Department Expense ($ 13,400.00) 6500 6500 Special Lake Dredge Operations ($ 87,500.00) 6501 6501 Silt Basin Construction ($ - ) 6502 Special Lake - Silt Containment-Streambank Stabilization ($ 92,500.00) 6503 6503 Special Lake Beach/Other ($ 35,000.00) 6560 6560 New Clubhouse Septic ($ - ) 6562 6562 South Weir Project ($ - ) 6563 Lot 717 ($ - ) 6600 6600 Electricity ($ 28,000.00) 66000 66000 Payroll Expenses ($ 500.00) 6700 6700 Phones ($ 3,500.00) 6750 Total 6750 Water ($ 10,000.00) 6800 6800 Heat {Propane} ($ 8,000.00) 6900 6900 Fuel {Gas/Diesel} ($ 38,000.00) 6901 6901 Dredge Fuel ($ 45,000.00) 7000 7000 Trash Expense ($ 35,000.00) 7100 7100 Campground Expense ($ - ) 7101 7101 Campground Utilities ($ - ) 7300 7300 Deed / Lien Expense ($ 2,500.00) 7600 7600 Cemetery Expense {Reimb} ($ 2,500.00) 7795 7795 Activities Expense ($ - ) 7800 7800 Misc. Expense ($ 6,500.00) 7900 7900 · Fish Stocking ($ 2,000.00) Unapplied Cash Unapplied Cash Bill Payment Expense ($ - ) Total Expenses ($ 1,096,900.00) G/L Acct #

Capital & Investment Expenses 1590 1590 Current Year Cap. Expenditures 1595 1595 Depreciation Expense - Land Improvements Total Labor Cost & Expenses Total Profit/Loss

($ 160,000.00) ($ 223,650.00) ($ 38,057.00) ($ 210,000.00) ($ 13,000.00) ($ 6,300.00) ($ - ) ($ 52,080.56) ($ 10,000.00) ($ 52,000.00) ($ 765,087.56) ($1,232,802.25) ($ - ) ($ 7,500.00) ($ - ) ($ - ) ($ 41,400.00) ($ 25,000.00) ($ 90,000.00) ($ 75,000.00) ($ 15,000.00) ($ 16,000.00) ($ 43,000.00) ($ 15,000.00) ($ 5,000.00) ($ 73,500.00) ($ - ) ($ 225,000.00) ($ 10,000.00) ($ 500.00) ($ 18,900.00) ($ 1,200.00) ($ 13,400.00) ($ 87,500.00) ($ - ) ($ 92,500.00) ($ 35,000.00) ($ - ) ($ - ) ($ - ) ($ 28,000.00) ($ 500.00) ($ 3,500.00) ($ 10,000.00) ($ 8,000.00) ($ 38,000.00) ($ 45,000.00) ($ 35,000.00) ($ - ) ($ - ) ($ 2,500.00) ($ 2,500.00) ($ - ) ($ 6,500.00) ($ 2,000.00) ($ - ) ($1,071,900.00)

($ 284,000.00) ($ - ) ($ 2,145,987.56)

($ 245,000.00) #REF! ($2,081,987.56)

($

($

(84,042.13)

Proposed 2024 Total

Dues and Assessments - Option 1; 8.3% Increase 2023 4000 Membership Dues $ 75.00 4100 Special Assessments $ 597.32 4200 Special Lake Assessments $ 114.45 REVENUES 4202 Additional Dredge Employee $ 21.80 4000 Road Membership 4300 Special AssessmentsDues $ 37.06 4100 Special Assessments Total Operating Dues and Assessments $ 845.63 4150 Lake Ramp Gate Assessment 4203 Special Accrual - Dredge $ 32.70 4350 Defer. Proj. Assmts $ 46.87 4200Maint./Cap. Special Lake Assessments Total Accrual Assessments Dredge Employee $ 79.57 4202 Additional Total Operating/Accrual Dues and Assessments 925.20 4203 Special Lake Accrual - Dredge $ 4501 Special Assessment Campground $ 100.00 4250 NWFS Collections Del Acct Total Accrual/Special Assessments $ 179.57 4251 · VVA Collections Delinquent Acct Total $ 1,025.20

4300 Special Road Assessments

Total Sale of Lot 717

Proposed 2024 Total

2024 Variance Budget%-Increase Budget $ 75.00 $ 8.3% 4.6% $ 573.29 $ Increase (24.03) Increase $ 117.55 $ 3.10 $ 22.20 $ 0.40 94,000) ($ 94,000) $ 134.56 $($ 97.50 Funded @ $250,000 ($ 1,065,345) ($ 1,026,191) $ 922.60 $ 76.97 2,500) $ 32.70 $($ - 2,500) ($ $ 46.87 $($ 218,443) ($ 218,443) $ 79.57 $($ - 41,254) ($ 41,254) $ 1,002.17 $ 76.97 8.3% ($ 57,624) ($ 57,624) $ $(100.00) ($ - ) ($ - ) $ 79.57 $(100.00) ($ 7,500) ($ 7,500) $ 1,002.17 $ (23.03)

($ 250,053) ($ 225,152)

4350 Defer. Maint./Cap. Proj. AssmtsAdditional Lots $ 880.30 Service Capex 4400 Spending - OptionCharge 1 Budget 1 Backhoe - Maintenance $ 72,000 4401 Credit Card Convenience Fee Truck -4500 Maintenance $ 42,000 Campground Income Truck - Safety $ 29,000 4550 Mowing Receipts Tractor - Maintenance $ 40,000 4600 Building Permit Fee Radio/Repeater - Fire/safety $ 17,000 4650 Clubhouse Income Ramp Gate $ 14,000 Trailer 4660 - Fire LV News Income $ 10,000 4700 Sales Income Clubhouse Septic $ 60,000 $

284,000

59,777) ($

59,777)

($ 12,000) ($ Original

($

12,000)

$($72,0007,650) ($

7,650)

$($42,000 215,335) ($ 215,335) $ 29,000

($

1,500) ($

1,500)

($

30,000) ($

30,000)

($

10,000) ($

10,000)

($ 44,000) ($ $ 10,000

44,000)

$ 40,000 $ 17,000 $ 14,000

205,000) ($ 205,000) $($60,000 $($ 284,000 189,000) ($ 189,000)

4850 Special Road Dist. #1

($

2,500) ($

2,500)

4860 · Fire Department Income Dues and Assessments - Option 2; 8.3% Increase 4870 Activities Income

($

1,200) ($

1,200)

2023 4910 Contract Income-P.W.S.D. #3 $ 4000 Membership Dues 75.00 4950 Assessments Misc. Income 4100 Special $ 597.32 4970 Lake Interest Income 4200 Special Assessments $ 114.45 4202Total Additional Dredge Employee $ 21.80 REVENUES 4300 Special Road Assessments $ 37.06 LABOR Total Operating Dues and Assessments $ 845.63 6000 Gross Wages-Administrative 4203 Special Lake Accrual - Dredge $ 32.70 6001 Gross Wages-Maintenance 4350 Defer. Maint./Cap. Proj. Assmts $ 46.87 6002 ·Assessments Gross Wages-Dredge {Sp. Lake} Total Accrual $ 79.57 6003 Gross Wages-Safety Total Operating/Accrual Dues and Assessments $ 925.20 4501 Special Campground $ 100.00 6005 Assessment · Gross Wages - Lifeguard Total Accrual/Special 179.57 6004 Gross Assessments Wages-Housekeeping $ Total $ 1,025.20

6007 Gross Wages-Campground

6010 Employer FICA Tax Expense Employee Capex 6049 Spending - Option 2 Retirement 6051 Employee Insurance Backhoe - Maintenance Total Cost of Labor Truck - Maintenance Truck - SafetyProfit Gross Tractor - Maintenance EXPENSES Radio/Repeater - Fire/safety 6006 Credit Card Merchant Fees Ramp Gate 6050 Administrative Expense Trailer - Fire Audit Expense Clubhouse Septic Total 6052 Insurance & Bonds

Additional Lots

($ 20,000) ($ 20,000) Variance % Increase ($ - 4,000) ($ 4,000) $ ($ 50,000) ($ 50,000) $ (45.10) 15,000) ($ 15,000) $($ 3.10 $($ 2,603,681) 0.40 ($ 2,539,626) $ 84.10 Funded @ $225,000 $ 42.50 ($ 160,000) ($ 160,000) $ ($ 223,650) ($ 223,650) $ $($ - 38,057) ($ 38,057) 210,000) ($ 210,000) $($ 42.50 4.6%

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

2024 75.00 552.22 117.55 22.20 121.16 888.13 32.70 46.87 79.57 967.70 79.57 967.70

$

845.83

$

72,000

$

42,000

765,088) ($ 765,088) $($42,000

$

40,000

$ 40,000

$

17,000

$ 17,000

$

14,000

$ 14,000

$

-

$

$(100.00) ($ 13,000) ($ $(100.00) ($ 6,300) ($ $ (57.50)

13,000)

($

-

($

52,081) ($

52,081)

($

10,000) ($

10,000)

52,000) ($ $($72,000

52,000)

6,300)

)

$($29,000 1,838,594) ($ 1,774,538)

($

7,500) ($

7,500)

($

41,400) ($

$ 10,000

41,400)

60,000

25,000) ($ $($60,000

25,000)

245,000

90,000) ($ $($ 284,000

90,000)

6053 Taxes, Licenses & Permits

($

75,000) ($

75,000)

6054 Legal & Professional

($

15,000) ($

15,000)

6056 Promotional & Advertisement

($

16,000) ($

16,000)

6059 LV News Expense

($

43,000) ($

43,000)

6100 Office Expense

($

15,000) ($

15,000)

6103 Postage

($

5,000) ($

5,000)

6200 Maintenance Expense

($

73,500) ($

73,500)

6250 Roads

($ 250,000) ($ 225,000)

6251 Roads {Special Rd. District}

($

10,000) ($

6300 Ramp Gate Expense

($

500) ($

500)

6400 Safety Expense

($

18,900) ($

18,900)

6440 · Fire Department Fund Raising

($

1,200) ($

1,200)

6450 Fire Department Expense

($

13,400) ($

13,400)

6500 Special Lake Dredge Operations

($

87,500) ($

87,500)

6501 Silt Basin Construction

($

-

$

Special Lake - Silt Containment-Streambank Stabilization

10,000)

)

($

92,500) ($

92,500)

6503 Special Lake Beach/Other

($

35,000) ($

35,000)

Lot 717 & Harbor Project

($ 125,000) ($ 125,000)

6600 Electricity

($

28,000) ($

66000 Payroll Expenses

($

500) ($

500)

6700 Phones

($

3,500) ($

3,500)

Total 6750 Water

($

10,000) ($

10,000)

6800 Heat {Propane}

($

8,000) ($

8,000)

6900 Fuel {Gas/Diesel}

($

38,000) ($

38,000)

6901 Dredge Fuel

($

45,000) ($

45,000)

7000 Trash Expense

($

35,000) ($

35,000)

7100 Campground Expense

($

70,850) ($

70,850)

7101 Campground Utilities

($

30,383) ($

30,383)

7300 Deed / Lien Expense

($

2,500) ($

2,500)

($

2,500) ($

2,500)

7795 Activities Expense

($

17,000) ($

17,000)

7800 Misc. Expense

($

6,500) ($

6,500)

7600 Cemetery Expense

{Reimb}

7900 · Fish Stocking Total Expenses

28,000)

($ 2,000) ($ 2,000) ($ 1,340,133) ($ 1,315,133)

(84,097.75)

Capital & Investment Expenses

Accrual Spending Septic Accrual

4.6% Increase ($ 94,000.00) ($1,026,190.65) ($ 2,500.00) ($ 218,443.21) ($ 41,254.27) ($ - ) ($ 5,000.00) ($ 2,500.00) ($ 225,151.68) ($ - ) ($ 12,000.00) ($ 7,650.00) ($ - ) ($ - ) ($ 1,500.00) ($ 30,000.00) ($ 10,000.00) ($ 44,000.00) ($ 205,000.00) ($ - ) ($ 2,500.00) ($ 1,200.00) ($ - ) ($ 4,000.00) ($ 50,000.00) ($ - ) ($ 15,000.00) ($ - ) ($1,997,889.81)

Viking Valley Association Overall Budget

($

Rock from Dredge($Accrual Total Accrual Spending ($

34,000) Capex

50,000) 6502 - Steambank 84,000)

1590 Current Year Cap. Expenditures

($ 284,000) ($ 245,000)

1595 Depreciation Expense - Land Improvements

($

-

)

Total Capital & Investment Expenses

($ 284,000) ($ 245,000)

P&L

($ 214,461) ($ 214,406)


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Viking Valley Association

Viking Valley Association

Budget vs. Actuals: 2023 Budget - FY23 P&L Budget vs. Actuals: 2023 Budget - FY23Budget P&Lvs. Actuals: 2023 Budget - FY23 P&L January - December 2023

January - December 2023

January - December 2023

TOTAL

TOTAL ACTUAL

BUDGET

OVER BUDGET

% OF BUDGET

Income 4000 Membership Dues

95,689.80

107,000.00

-11,310.20

89.43 %

4010 Pre-Paid Dues (deleted) Income

6100 Office Expense ACTUAL

BUDGET

6103 Postage

86.54 %

70,000.00

-47,642.88

31.94 %

6200.01 Maintenance-Supplies/Repairs

49,433.28

1,124,054.06

1,073,000.00

51,054.06

104.76 %

3,319.90

4,000.00

-680.10

83.00 %

208,000.00

-1,908.59

99.08 %

35,000.00

4,304.92

112.30 %

55,000.00

4,004.18

107.28 %

10,000.00

-4,846.67

51.53 %

5,000.00

-5,000.00

6440 Fire Department Fund Raising

70,000.00

-3,086.56

95.59 %

6450 Fire Department Expense

61,000.00

100.29

100.16 %

12,000.00

6,306.93

152.56 %

59,004.18

55,000.00

6,000.00

948.35

115.81 %

217,659.59

110,000.00

107,659.59

197.87 %

5,153.33 6501 Silt Basin Construction

10,000.00

2,695.00

4,000.00

-1,305.00

67.38 %

1,000.00

-300.00

70.00 %

4100 Special Assessments

39,304.92

4150 Ramp Gate Assessment 59,004.18

4203 Special Lake Accrual

4200 Special Lake Assessments 4250 NWFS Collections Del Acct 5,153.33 4251 VVA Collections Delinquent Acct 4201 Dredge Assessment 4300 Special Road Assessments

66,913.44

4202 Additional Dredge Employee 61,100.29

4350 Defer. Maint./Cap. Proj. Assmts

4203 Special Lake Accrual 18,306.93 4400 Service Charge

4401 Credit Card Convenience Fee 4250 NWFS Collections Del6,948.35 Acct 4500 Campground Income

4251 VVA Collections Delinquent Acct

4500.01 Camp Fees {Overnight}

4300 Special Road Assessments 4500.02 Camp Fees {Seasonal} 4500.04 Campground Mowing

700.00

4400 Service Charge

107,000.00

6200.03 Maintenance-Swimming Pool 6200.05 Maintenance-Clubhouse

Total 6200 Maintenance Expense 95,689.80 107,000.00 6210 Mowing-Contract Expense

1,073,000.00

6251 Roads {Special Rd. District}

3,319.90

4,000.00

206,091.41 6400 Safety Expense

208,000.00

6300 Ramp Gate Expense

39,304.92 35,000.00 6500 Special Lake Dredge Operations

Credit Electrical Card Convenience Fee 4501 Campground4401 Special Assessment 124,927.79

230,982.38

8,175.00

6,000.00

2,175.00

136.25 %

Total 4650 Clubhouse4500.04 Income 8,175.00 Campground Mowing

6,000.00

2,175.00

136.25 %

4660 LV News Income 46,812.10 4500.05 Campground Fundraising

50,000.00

-3,187.90

93.62 %

4700 Sales Income

10,000.00

-10,000.00 95,917.78 85,917.78

Viking Fee Valley Association 4600 Building Permit {Reimb}

959.18 %

2,852.00

2,500.00

352.00

114.08 %

3,828.50

15,000.00

-11,171.50

25.52 %

600.00

160.00 %

10,614.30 798.00

23,234.01

65,000.00 340,664.11 10,000.00TOTAL 13,234.01

428,898.12 ACTUAL

75,000.00 BUDGET

353,898.12 OVER BUDGET

4650 Income Budget vs. Actuals: 2023 Budget - FY23 P&L 4860 Fire Department IncomeClubhouse 1,600.00 1,000.00 4870 Activities Income 22,614.302023 12,000.00 4651 Clubhouse Deposit Refund (deleted) January - December 4910 Contract Income-P.W.S.D. #3

3,798.00

3,000.00

Total 4650 Clubhouse Income

4950 Misc. Income

405,664.11

4660 4950.01 Misc. Income {Fines}LV News Income

Total 4950 Misc. Income 4700 Sales Income

4960 Investment Income

25,000.00

-25,000.00

4960.01 Dividend Income

58,133.87 Total 4700 Income Cash Sales Basis Tuesday, January 9,13,218.54 2024 10:10 AM GMT-06:00 4960.02 Interest Earned 5,000.00

58,133.87

4960.03 Realized Gains 148,825.42 4701 Community Area Sales

148,825.42

4700.02 Sales Income {Lots}

4960.04 Capital Gain Distributions

4800 Cemetery Income

{Reimb}

Total 4960 Investment Income

220,177.83

4850 Special Road Dist. #1 6,618.78

4970 Interest Income

4860 Fire Department Income 4980 Accrual Account 4999 A/R Adjustment 4870 Activities Income 7900.01

8,218.54

Shipping Income

5,000.00

1,618.78

132.38 %

0.00

Total 6600 Electricity

14,364.78

70.00 % -635.22

295.00

295.00

66000 Payroll Expenses

-3,096.79

345,982.38 115,000.00 230,982.38 Budget vs. Actuals: 2023 Budget - FY23 P&L 6700.02 Phones {Maintenance}

300.85 %

1,603.53 6700.05 Phones Pool I Pad}

695.00

6,000.00

Total 6700 Phones 67,205.00 6750 Water

8,175.00

2,769.88 1,103.36

10,000.00 6750.07 Water {Campground #1} (deleted)

-10,000.00

6750.08 Water {Campground #2-A} (deleted) 95,917.78

95,917.78

95,917.78 Total 6750 Water

85,917.78 5,796.45

6750.09 Water {Campground #2-B} (deleted)

10,000.00

449.28

4,399.52

2,852.00 6800.03 Heat {Fire House}

2,500.00

6800.04 Heat {Clubhouse}

3,828.50

15,000.00

1,600.00 Total 6800 Heat {Propane}

1,000.00

6800.05 Heat {Office}

12,000.00 3,000.00

7,000.00

959.18 % -1,203.55

82.81 %

7,200.00

-2,800.48

61.10 %

352.00 2,356.14

114.08 % 2,356.14

487.64

487.64 25.52 %

-11,171.50 600.00 7,243.30

3/5

449.28

7,200.00

160.00 % 43.30

100.60 %

25,267.06 38,000.00 10,614.30

-12,732.94 188.45 %

66.49 %

10,855.85

10,855.85

6,428.15

798.00

126.60 % 6,428.15

340,664.11

624.10 %

10,000.00

13,234.01

232.34 %

6900.07 Fuel {Maint.-Road Diesel Truck} 428,898.12 75,000.00

353,898.12

23,234.01 6900.06 Off Road Diesel

571.86 %

42,551.06

38,000.00

4,551.06

111.98 %

6901 Dredge Fuel

64,481.36

45,000.00

19,481.36

143.29 %

7000 Trash Expense

46,385.76

30,000.00

16,385.76

154.62 %

112,962.66

27,900.00

Total 7100 Campground Expense

112,962.66

27,900.00

85,062.66

7101 Campground Utilities

49,856.41

64,750.00

-14,893.59

77.00 %

7300 Deed / Lien Expense

3,128.88

1,500.00

1,628.88

208.59 %

Campground Expense $915,369.77 January 145.17 % 9,7100 Tuesday, 2024 10:10 AM GMT-06:00

85,062.66 1/5

404.88 %

7103 Campground Electrical Expense

145,000.00

33,696.80

123.24 %

6001 Gross Wages-Maintenance

156,285.68

213,000.00

-56,714.32

73.37 %

35,000.00

-35,000.00

168,641.13

175,000.00

-6,358.87

7,887.30

6,000.00

1,887.30

7600 Cemetery Expense

{Reimb}

404.88 %

3,375.00

3,000.00

375.00

112.50 %

7795 Activities Expense

31,142.33

15,000.00

16,142.33

207.62 %

96.37 %

7900 Fish Stocking

7,000.00

2,000.00

5,000.00

350.00 %

131.46 %

Total 7795 Activities Expense

38,142.33

17,000.00

21,142.33

224.37 %

2,298.88

122.99 %

7800 Misc. Expense

14,909.93

5,000.00

9,909.93

298.20 %

8,788.60

8,400.00

388.60

104.63 %

6010 Employer FICA Tax Expense

43,512.63

50,000.00

-6,487.37

87.03 %

6049 Employee Retirement

3,042.01

4,500.00

-1,457.99

67.60 %

Total Expenses

6051 Employee Insurance

64,554.33

45,000.00

19,554.33

143.45 %

NET OPERATING INCOME

Total Cost of Goods Sold

$643,707.36

$691,900.00

$ -48,192.64

93.03 %

Other Income

GROSS PROFIT

$2,298,162.41

$1,334,600.00

$963,562.41

172.20 %

8470 PPP Loan Forgiveness Income

Expenses

Unapplied Cash Bill Payment Expense Uncategorized Expense

Total Other Income

4050 Bad Debt

11,009.57

11,009.57

6006 Credit Card Merchant Fees

5,388.79

7,500.00

-2,111.21

71.85 %

6008 Contract Labor

6,000.00

4,000.00

2,000.00

150.00 %

Other Expenses

6009 Gross Wages Silt Containment

717.25

717.25 0.00

January $1,822,800.31 - December 2023$1,349,350.00

$473,450.31

135.09 %

$490,112.10

-3,222.79 %

$475,362.10

$ -14,750.00

ACTUAL

BUDGET

OVER BUDGET

% OF BUDGET

$0.00 $0.00 Cash Basis Tuesday, January 9, 2024 10:10 AM GMT-06:00

$0.00

0.00% 4/5

-13,643.09

90.04 %

TOTAL

1590 Current Year Cap. Expenditures

123,356.91

1590.01 Cap. Expenditures - Maintenance

87,095.28

Total 1590 Current Year Cap. Expenditures

210,452.19

137,000.00

87,095.28 137,000.00

203.26

73,452.19

153.61 %

203.26

7810 Investment Expenses

5,450.30

5,450.30

7820 Realized Loses

58,647.49

58,647.49

6050 Administrative Expense

73,474.10

37,000.00

6052 Insurance & Bonds

85,397.13

93,000.00

-7,602.87

91.82 %

Reconciliation Discrepancies

6053 Taxes, Licenses & Permits

74,157.02

55,000.00

19,157.02

134.83 %

Total Other Expenses

$274,753.24

$137,000.00

$137,753.24

6054 Legal & Professional

25,374.65

15,000.00

10,374.65

169.16 %

NET OTHER INCOME

$ -274,753.24

$ -137,000.00

$ -137,753.24

200.55 %

6056 Promotional & Advertisement

13,360.11

15,000.00

-1,639.89

89.07 %

NET INCOME

$200,608.86

$ -151,750.00

$352,358.86

-132.20 %

Cash Basis Tuesday, January 9, 2024 10:10 AM GMT-06:00

198.58 %

172.54

Budget vs. Actuals: 2023 Budget - FY23 P&L 0.00

1595 Depreciation Expense - Land Improvements

105.76 36,474.10

172.54 Viking Valley Association

7910 Purchases

6007 Gross Wages-Campground

105.76

% OF BUDGET

136.25 %

503.17 93.62 %

6900.05 Fuel {Fire Department}

178,696.80

6011 NWFS Fees

0.00 %

OVER BUDGET 516.73

503.17 -3,187.90

3,798.00

10,000.00

BUDGET

89.45 %

-7,000.00

50,000.00

6750.06 Water {Beach #3}

6900.02 Fuel {Security}

-2,216.08

TOTAL 7,000.00

136.25 % 454.03

6900.01 Fuel {Maintenance}

2,115.92

-580.38 134.41 %

5,500.00

2,175.00 454.03

Total 6900 Fuel {Gas/Diesel}

12,298.88

26.73 % 297.47

6,000.00

6750.05 Water {Beach #2} 46,812.10

43.69 %

1,523.94

-4,396.47 297.47 516.73 2,769.88

95.77 %

695.00

1,523.94 January - December 2023

2,175.00 ACTUAL

30.00 %

1,652.84

-300.00 15,000.00

2,403.21 5,500.00 Viking Valley Association 124,927.79

6900 Fuel {Gas/Diesel} 22,614.30

6000 Gross Wages-Administrative

6005 Gross Wages - Pool Attendant

2,712.54

1,652.84

6800 Heat {Propane}

50000 Cost of Goods Sold

6004 Gross Wages-Housekeeping

2,712.54

6750.04 Water {Maint. Barn}

1/5 264.37 %

-10,499.64

197.87 % 1,758.65 1,284.92 67.38 %

624.10 % 571.86 % % OF BUDGET

13,683.83 115.81 %

15,000.00

Cash Basis Tuesday, January 9, 1,103.36 2024 10:10 AM GMT-06:00

Cost of Goods Sold

6003 Gross Wages-Safety

4,500.36

6600.07 Electricity {Fire Dept. Sirens}

6900.04 Fuel {Special Lake} {Reimb} 405,664.11 65,000.00

6002 Gross Wages-Dredge {Sp. Lake}

152.56 % 36,015.00

6750.03 Water {Clubhouse}

733.93 %

$2,941,869.77 Cash $2,026,500.00 Basis

6,306.93

52,804.00

36,015.00

126.60 %

Uncategorized Income Total Income

11.79 %

188.45 %

190,177.83

-2,216.08

-29,550.00 100.16 %

6,000.00

4950 Misc. Income

Unapplied Cash Payment Income

3,950.00 100.29 33,500.00

52,804.00

8,175.00

4910 Contract Income-P.W.S.D. #3

Total 4950 Misc. Income

94.19 %

6600.06 Electricity {Clubhouse}

1,000.00

132.82 %

-3,483.19

95.59 %

505.63

700.00

132.34 %

18,327.75

6750.01 Water {Assn. Office} 6750.02 Water {Pool}

232.34 %

122,593.51

51.53 %

60,000.00

0.00

30,000.00

2,115.92

56,516.81

1,798.42 107.28 %

373,500.00

4,919.62 17,205.00

Sales of Product Income 4950.01 Misc. Income {Fines} Services

-4,846.67

50,000.00

Billable Expense Income Markup

4,004.18

112.30 % 120,795.09

1,949.84

6800.01 Heat {Maintenance Barn}

0.00

4,304.92 373,500.00 494,295.09

1,949.84

6700.04 Phones {Security}

4850 Special Road Dist. #1

88.48 %

6600.04 Electricity {Sec./Fire House}

6700.01 Phones {Campground}

4701 Community Area Sales Mowing Receipts 4550 4800 Cemetery Income

-1,037.18

505.63

6700 Phones 124,927.79

4501 Campground Special Assessment Electrical 10,000.00

9,000.00

1,284.92 -1,305.00

4650 Clubhouse Income

Total 4500 Campground Income Total 4700 Sales Income 95,917.78

8.75 %

7,962.82

107,659.59 1,758.65

6600.03 Electricity {Boat Ramp}

111.86 %

-1,095.00

217,659.59 110,000.00 6600.01 Electricity {Office/Map Shack} 6600.02 Electricity {Maintenance}4,000.00 2,695.00

290.42 %

1,200.00

300.85 % 26.73 %

99.08 % 2,134.12

105.00

13,683.83 948.35

134.41 %

490.77 %

4,570.01

-1,908.59 18,000.00 20,134.12

6,000.00

-4,396.47

83.00 %

2,400.00

-680.10

6563 Lot 717 Expense 6,948.35

17,205.00

108.27 %

9,378.41

6,970.01

12,000.00

6,000.00

104.76 % 18,605.60

2,400.00

-3,086.56

70,000.00

126.39 %

11,778.41

66,913.44 6550 Interest Expense

50,000.00

95,917.78

51,054.06 225,000.00 243,605.60

18,327.75 -5,000.00

67,205.00

4700.02 Sales Income {Lots}

-3,000.00

6502 Special Lake Silt Containment 5,000.00

4600 Building Permit Fee

4500.03 Camper Storage 4651 Clubhouse Deposit Refund (deleted)

3,000.00

496,093.51

4550 Mowing Receipts 1,603.53 4500.01 Camp Fees {Overnight}

4500.02 Camp Fees {Seasonal}

8,791.10 18,471.08 89.43 %

Total 6500 Special Lake Dredge Operations

6600 Electricity

7,889.58

88,471.08 70,000.00 -11,310.20

1,798.42

6561 Weir/Harbor Project

89.43 %

7,889.58

18,306.93 6562 South Weir Project

124,927.79 115,000.00

-11,310.20

6500.01 Spec. Lake- Dredge Supp/Repairs

6503 Special Lake Beach/Other

49,433.28

8,791.10

6560 New Clubhouse Septic 61,000.00 61,100.29

4500.05 Campground Fundraising

Total 4500 Campground Income 4500 Campground Income345,982.38

95,689.80

1,124,054.06 6250 Roads

4500.03 Camper Storage 4350 Defer. Maint./Cap. Proj. Assmts

136.40 %

22,357.12

4100 Special Assessments

4202 Additional Dredge Employee

102.73 %

4,367.67 OVER16,367.67 BUDGET 12,000.00 % OF BUDGET

6200 Maintenance Expense

89.43 %

4201 Dredge Assessment

1,118.28 -673.04

-11,310.20

4000 Membership Dues 4200 Special Lake Total Assessments 206,091.41

% OF BUDGET

41,000.00 5,000.00

107,000.00

4150 Ramp Gate Assessment

OVER BUDGET

42,118.28 4,326.96

95,689.80

4010 Pre-Paid Dues (deleted)

BUDGET

TOTAL

6059 LV News Expense

Total 4000 Membership Dues

4000 Membership Dues

ACTUAL

2/5

200.55 %


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Obituaries Terry L. Zerbe 1952-2024

Terry L. Zerbe - age 71, of Gallatin, MO, passed away Sunday morning, January 28, 2024, at Saint Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. Terry was born on February 19th, 1952, the son of Junior and Betty (Bogue) Zerbe in Bethany, MO. He was a 1970 graduate of North Harrison High School. At a young age he was baptized at the Methodist Church in Eagleville. Terry had a 51-year career in the trucking industry and retired in July 2023 from BMS Transportation without ever being involved in an accident. On November 17th, 1997, he was united in marriage to Sally Stubblefield. Terry enjoyed deer hunting, fishing, and boating. He will be dearly missed. Terry was preceded in death by his parents; mother-in-law, Joan Stubblefield; granddaughter, Brittany Zerbe and several aunts and uncles. Survivors include his wife, Sally of the home; children, Tim (Amanda) Zerbe, Maurina Offield, and Jared Zerbe; 9 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; sister, Karla Holman; nieces and nephews, James & Cyndi Owens, Raymond & Brooke Owens, Kyla & Glen Waters, Micha Stubblefield, Mandi & Antonio Lathon, Melody & Fred Miller, Marla Stubblefield, Denise & Danny Frye, Stacy McElwee, Jamie Thomas and numerous great nieces and nephews also survive. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the American Heart Association 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. Lynda Joyce Worrell 1949-2024

Lynda Joyce Worrell - age 75 of Gallatin, Missouri, passed away Thursday morning, February 8, 2024, at Daviess County Nursing and Rehab in Gallatin, Missouri. Lynda was born on January 4, 1949, in Ft. Sill, Oklahoma. She was the daughter of George and Betty Fuller. Growing up, her father was in the military, so they moved around a lot. Eventually they settled in Lawton, Oklahoma, where she graduated High School in 1967. She then moved to Lake Viking and earned a business degree from North Central Missouri College. She worked at the Cameron Drug Store and that is where she met Gary Worrell. They were married March 12th, 1979, in Miami, Oklahoma. Gary and Lynda later divorced but remained lifelong friends. Lynda was a hard worker. She worked at Hedrick Medical Center in the medical transcription department, eventually becoming the head of the department. She then started her own transcription business and worked for Dr. Dickinson. Lynda was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Gallatin. She loved animals, especially cats and dogs. Lynda was always one to dress in style. She also liked having new clothes and cars; she had good taste for the finer things in life. Lynda will be dearly missed by her family and friends. Lynda was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Donnie Fuller. She is survived by her friend and caretaker, Gary Worrell; siblings, George Earl Fuller of VA, Jerry Fuller (Ann) of Oklahoma City, OK, David Fuller of Guymon, OK, Ronnie Fuller of Wichita, KS, Larry Fuller of Wichita, KS, and Sharon Harris (Lonnie) of Aurora, MO; special nephew, George Wayne Fuller; nieces, nephews, and other extended family members also survive. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Assembly of God Church in Gallatin in care of the funeral home. No formal services will be held. Arrangements entrusted to the care and direction of Stith Funeral Home in Gallatin.

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The owner of this 2800 sq ft. home on 2 beautiful waterfront NE lots has accomplished making this property to have the look and feel of being in a nice resort. Whether you are looking for a lake get away home or a full-time home, this one is it! The home has been completely remodeled! 4 bedrooms (1 non-conforming), 3 baths, vessel sinks with marble tiled shower. Granite countertops, beautiful cabinetry, stainlesssteel appliances AND a second kitchen on lower walkout level. 2 waterfront lots located on a great ski cove on a private inlet which gives you the perfect dock and swim area. 189’ of stacked rock encompass the area with a water fountain just in front of new firepit area. Exceptional landscaping, dock, and new home exterior! You Will NEVER Want to Leave Home!!!!

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Looking for your perfect waterfront Lot? We have the one for you! This property is almost an acre lot, level and located in the first main cove, close to the Dam on the West side. It has main channel views, yet you have a protected dock and swim area. Newer dock, extra wide slip opening, with large swim deck, and new style ladder. Stacked rock seawall. Ready for your new dream home. Two entrances at the top of the lot which will be perfect for a large, half circle drive. All of these amenities, location, view, level lot and size of almost an acre add up to the perfect lot you will love!

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Catch this opportunity quickly to own a PRIME waterfront E N lot at Lake Viking! Single well boat dock with lift and swim platform. 80’ of shoreline with stacked rock seawall, located on almost 1/2-acre, with a shelter for you to relax and enjoy the beautiful views of Lake Viking. The shelter has a large concrete pad, water, electricity, and is partially enclosed for all your lake toys. This level lot is ready for you to build your future dream home or just grab your suits and fishing poles and come have some fun at Lake Viking for years to come!

The perfect get-away at Lake Viking! This cozy little ANE frame is on 2 level lots, .74 acres, and full of nature and privacy. 2 bed, 1 bath, all electric, balconies off both bedrooms, and 2 new large storage buildings. The backyard is perfect for relaxing with lake views, sitting around a fire or reading a book watching the sun set. This is a great place to watch the 4th of July fireworks at Lake Viking. It is located close to Beach 2. Enjoy the lake amenities such as the Clubhouse, pool, marina with private boat launch, beaches, and community areas. This would be a great weekend home! Make it your own, with a little TLC it can be just what you have been waiting for! This home is being sold turnkey and “AS IS”.

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This waterfront lot has many opportunities and is priced NE to sell! It has 94 ft of shoreline, a level lot and ready for you to build your very own lakeside oasis nestled in a secluded cove. Enjoy the amenities that the lake has to offer, a clubhouse, pool, playground, sandy beaches, and a marina with a boat launch. Come relax and make memories with all the boating, fishing, jet skiing, and sunsets that you want! This is a must see and won’t last long!

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Member Spotlight Hello Lake Viking Community! Help us welcome a new family to our special neighborhood. Dr. Zach Mahler and his wife Ally, along with their two beautiful daughters (Charley 4 & Hadley 2) are officially full-time residents. You may see them walking their two Golden Retrievers by the airstrip or near Beach #2, as the family loves the outdoors and water sports. Growing up going to lakes near their former hometown of Lincoln, NE they have fully embraced lake life. They have welcomed friends and family from their hometown to boat, waterski and enjoy all the amenities of Lake Viking. Dr. Mahler and Ally both work for Harrison County Community Hospital and Medical Clinic. This dynamic husband & wife team provides a wide variety of health and medical needs to residents in the area. “This was a big pull for us to come here,” says Ally. “We really wanted to work as a team for our patients.” Zach earned his Medical degree at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and went on to complete his Family Medicine Residency in Lincoln, NE graduating in 2022. Ally earned her nursing degree at UNMC back in 2015 and has previously worked as an RN at CHI Health St. Elizabeth in Lincoln, NE. She spent 5 years as charge nurse in a 16 bed ICU, followed by 2 years in Labor & Delivery before moving here to be Dr. Mahler’s nurse full-time. In addition to raising two young girls and working full time, Zach likes to spend his “free

time” playing competitive Ultimate Frisbee across the country, rock climbing, and partaking in various water sports such as kitesurfing and barefooting. Ally spends most of her free time doing DIY projects, woodworking and running kids around to activities. But most of all, they all love their quiet weekday nights on the water as a family. Zach is a new General Practitioner at the HCCH Medical Clinic, located at 3202 Miller St. in Bethany, Mo, approximately 25 miles N of Lake Viking off I-35. He currently has openings for new patients of all ages and specializes in preventative care, asthma, ADHD, Diabetes, COPD, prenatal, pediatrics, colonoscopies, and many others. He also is a part of the new Weight Management and Wellness Program. “Harrison County Community Hospital & Clinic both provide excellent patient care and utilize the latest in technology to assist in topnotch patient care and treatment. We also will start building a new hospital in these coming months, which is very exciting.” states Dr. Mahler. “Ally & I are both thrilled to work in the same clinic, and be able to provide first class care to area residents and neighbors.” There are already several residents at Lake Viking who have introduced themselves and have made appointments for initial care and health exams. Both Dr. Mahler & Ally are available for initial consultations, please contact the HCCH Medical Clinic at 660-4253154 to schedule an appointment.

“We have truly been enjoying our new home and community here at Lake Viking. We don’t take lake time for granted and we feel blessed to be here, raising our family.” Says Ally. Many residents at Lake Viking have welcomed the Mahler family to the area, and appreciate their health care professionalism, which may provide assistance in local emergencies. If you see them out, don’t hesitate to stop and say, “Hi.”

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Who Ya Gonna Call? Daviess County Who YaEMERGENCY: Gonna Call? Daviess County Sheriff EMERGENCY: Daviess County 911

911 660-663-2031 or 660-663-2149

Sheriff of Daviess County

660-663-2031 or 663-2149

State Highway Patrol (emergencies)

800-525-5555

State Hwy Patrol (emergencies)

800-525-5555

Lake Viking Assoc. Office Lake Viking Assoc. Office 660-322-9001 660-322-9001 ext. 4 Lake Viking Assoc. Safety Dept 660-322-9001 ext. 1 Lake Viking Assoc. Safety Dept. 660-663-9185

Public Water Supply District (PWSD) Public #3 Water Supply 660-663-2771 District #3 (PWSD) After Hours Emergencies

Water Plant (PWSD) (after hours)

660-334-0100

Farmers’ Electric Co-opFarmers’ Electric Co-op 800-279-0496

660-663-2771 660-334-0243

After Hours Emergencies

800-279-0496 800-927-5334

Trash Service (Affordable Disposal)

816-238-8933

Phone Company (Windstream) Phone company (Windstream) 800-501-1754

800-501-1754

Farmers’ Electric Co-op (after hours)

800-927-5334

Trash service (Affordable Disposal)

816-238-8933

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Viking Valley Association Office Address: 144 E. Main, Gallatin, MO 64640 660-322-9001 | vvaoffice@lakevikingmo.net LakeVikingMO.com Public Water Supply Office Hours: District #3 May 1 - Labor Day Kyle W. Parkhurst, President, Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. term expires 4/2026 - SubDistrict #3; Harlan Horst, Saturday: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Vice President, term expires Day after Labor Day - April 30 4/2026 - Sub-District #5; Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Mark Closterman, Secretary,

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Lake Viking 2023 Boards and Committees Activities Committee Mary Hibler (Chair), Dustin Hibler, David Hibler, Gail Bush, Resa Wiltse, Leanne Lee, Dan and Connie Weidmaier, Dave & Tina Daniel, Cassie Martin, Jeremy Lillig (Board Contact). Board of Directors President, Doug Winter; 1st Vice President, George Eshnaur; 2nd Vice President, Terry Nibarger; Secretary, Tom Rice; Assistant Secretary, Robert Walton; Treasurer, Michelle Sullivan; 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, Jim Miller, Gregory Hall, Sue Morris, Robert Walton (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 , Jeff Spragues, Kathy Price, Charles Sudduth, Randall Davidson, Mike Booth, 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) Finance Committee Paula Hepinstall (Chair), Steve Danner, Flint Hibler, George Eshnaur, Kevin Euston, Jeremy Lillig, Troy Lesan, Terry Nibarger, Jacque Leslie, Deena Stous ,Michelle Sullivan (Board Contact). Fishing Committee Brett Bush (Chair) Shawn Hepinstall, Gary Buck, Troy Knight, Jim Powers, Tom Rice (Board Contact) Handbook Committee Mary Miller(Chair), Donna (Archibald) Redden, Kim Spidle, Terri Schlaiss, Tom Rice (Board Contact) Infraction/Safety James Funk (Chair), Marvin McNabb, Marianne Hughes, Carl Butcher, Ed White, Bob Shinogle, Safety Coordinator: Jason McTheeney, Anthony Castillo, Terry Nibarger ( Board Contact) Lake Committee Troy Lesan (Chair) Shirley Leakey, Don Leeper, Carolyn Leeper, Bo Steed, Mike Krehbiel, Sherry Krehbiel, Eric Odette, Robert Walton, Robert Walton (Board Contact) Email: lakecommittee@gmail.com. Meetings held the 2nd Wed. of the month at 2:00 p.m. 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, Sue Wolfe, Nikki Prewitt, David Thomas, Joe Steer, George Eshnaur (Board Contact) Technology Committee Kelly Mathenia, Mike Lammers, Jeff Ferguson, (Board Contact) 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, Robert Walton (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. 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. 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. 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.

term expires 4/2024 - SubDistrict #2; Gary Buck, Director - term expires 4/2024 - Sub-District #1; Mike Lammers, Director term expires 4/2025 - Sub-District #4; Zack Morrison, Superintendent; Gary King, 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: https://pwsd3daviess.azurewebsites.net 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.

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.

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Eric Critten ....................................................................660-663-9122 Randy Gatton ................................................................660-663-9348 Mark Hoig ......................................................................816-726-2644 Gary Salmon .................................................................660-663-9363 Jeff Hoppenthaler ........................................................660-663-7951 Rick Roberts .................................................................816-558-2825 Mow Betta Lawn Care ..................................................816-465-0178 Patriot Lawn & Landscaping .......................................573-944-0802 Pain In The Grass, Steven Carlton ..............................660-322-2988 Jake Cameron ...............................................................816-288-1067

Building Permit Notice 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 * DAVIESS COUNTY EMERGENCY . . . . . . . . . . . 911 could result in a minimum fine of $500 and loss of lake Ambulance - Fire - Rescue privileges. Any construction not in compliance with * Fire - Lake Viking Fire Dept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .911 these regulations could result To Report Fire Only in forced relocation of the structure.

Emergency Phone Numbers

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

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* 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 *****************

Important Phone Numbers * Association Office . . . . . . . . . . . 660-322-9001 ext. 4 * Public Water Supply District #3 of Daviess County (Water Plant) . . . . 660-663-2771 Emergency after hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . 660-605-3183 * 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


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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.


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Daviess County PWSD #3 Open Meeting: December 19, 2023

Payment Information for PWSD#3 Customers When Is My Payment Considered Late?

CALL TO ORDER Kyle Parkhurst, President (2026), called the meeting to order at 4:00pm which was held at the water plant. Members in attendance were Harlan Horst (2026), Gary Buck (2024), Mike Lammers (2025), and Mark Closterman (2024). Also in attendance were Zack Morrison, Water Superintendent, Gary King, Water Operator, and Diane Hulett, Clerk.

- Payment is due by 4pm on the 20th for Metered and Unmetered Customers. - A $5 Late Charge is added to all Past Due Accounts on the 21st. - The date a Payment is posted is When Received, NOT When Postmarked. - Note that USPS has slowed mail times in some areas as of Oct 1, 2021. - Mail in Northwest Missouri typically takes 2 days to arrive. -The farther away you live, the longer the mail time will be. - If paying by mail, plan accordingly to allow enough time for your payment to arrive by the due date. - Online Credit Card payments can be made until 11:59pm on due date to avoid late charge.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES Mike Lammers made a motion to approve the minutes of the November 21, 2023 Board Meeting. Gary Buck seconded. All members were in favor; motion carried.

For Customers Paying with Online Bill Pay:

PUBLIC COMMENT There was no public comment.

Payments made with Online Bill Pay from a customer's bank are not processed electronically. This form of payment is printed at a processing center then mailed via USPS. The printed check usually arrives much later than the date the bank indicates it will be delivered. Be sure to generate this type of payment early in the month to ensure it arrives by the due date.

OLD BUSINESS The final budget for 2024 was submitted for approval. The board discussed the need for a separate line item to track asphalt expense. Harlan Horst made a motion to approve the budget with this addition. Mike Lammers seconded. All voted in favor; motion approved. NEW BUSINESS Financial Report: The financial reports and bills were reviewed and discussed. Harlan Horst moved to approve the November financial reports as submitted and approve the bills and transfers. Gary Buck seconded. All members voted to approve; motion carried. The bid for audit services was submitted. A motion was made by Mark Closterman and seconded by Gary Buck to accept the bid from Kenney Hales, CPA, for the 2024 audit. All members were in favor; motion carried. DISCUSSION Superintendent Report: Zack reported on the status of adding the Granular Activated Carbon units back to the treatment process. He indicated that Brian

Hoellein with Bartlett & West had contacted the Department of Natural Resources regarding approval but had not yet received a reply. Zack noted that he is waiting on the pumps required to start feeding permanganate and also reported that DNR gave the district permission to add this chemical since it had been fed previously. A pilot study will be done first then, once complete, the permanganate will become a permanent part of the treatment process. Finally, Zack informed the board that locates for the fiber-optic company are still being done almost daily. Kyle Parkhurst, President, announced the next meeting would be January 16, 2024 at the water plant. The meeting was adjourned at 5:30pm. Respectfully Submitted, Mark Closterman

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Swiss Steak Tomatoes Lettuce Salad Garlic Bread, Grapes

Corned Beef & Cabbage Potatoes & Carrots Pistachio Fruit Salad Irish Cake DCHD Blood Pressures 11-12 Ham Steak Hash Brown Casserole Cole Slaw Banana

Closed for Good Friday

Game Night 4-7

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Chiefs n o i t a Celebr Lake Viking is definitely part of CHIEF NATION and after all of the ups and downs of the season, the Kansas City Chiefs have ascended to unprecedented heights with a third Super Bowl Championship in five years. Here are a few memories from the big game.

Mecole Hardman makes the winning touchdown catch in overtime.

The celebration begins . . .

Viking Valley Association

Belief Statements Our informed members are the strength of our community. Ÿ Financial stability is essential to the success of our community. Ÿ Our members and their guests should be safe in our community. Ÿ Ongoing investment is essential to our future. Ÿ In open, active, and transparent dissemination of information to our membership. Ÿ In the protection and active management of our natural environment Ÿ Quality amenities and infrastructure are essential. Ÿ


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Levi McClure

Visit our new website, lakevikingrealestate.com Newly Developed!!

Starting at $215,000 Call for details!!

Lots 416, 417 & 418

Check out these newly developed waterfront lots on Lake Viking! Come see the clearings made allowing for great viewing and exploring! The opportunities are endless! Think tranquility! If you love mature trees, and rugged, natural beauty you will LOVE these lots! Located in a secluded, cove area ready for you to make it your dream spot! Large lots with tons of potential! A must see! Lot 417 boasts a large storage building and RV pad. Ask about owning lots 416,417, and 418 for your ultimate lake retreat- buy one or buy them all!

We need WATERFRONT HOMES to sell that are NOT already on the market!

CROSSROADS 1203 Bryan Road, Cameron, MO 64429 Levi McClure, Broker Owner

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Jana Hanson 816.261.8924

Levi McClure 816.724.3113


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Beautification & Donation Exploratory Committee Meeting Minutes Third Meeting 2/01/24

In attendance: Chair - Felicia Roth, David Roth, Jeff Ferguson Mission Statement 1. Focus on projects that will refresh, improve and benefit Lake Viking’s environment & community 2. Envision, plan, prepare & create. 3. Explore ways for VVA to raise funds for future expenses. 4. Design projects that will not raise dues or association fees and will provide positive opportunities for the community.

Priority Projects: 1. Entrance Sign designs created & shown. More examples to come. 2. Safety & Fire buildings measured. Fire Dept. building paint has also degraded. Painting both structures is suggested - Create drawings of structures with improvements soon. 3. Complete List of materials needed for these projects. Submit to membership soon. 4. “Spring Fest” fundraiser - Sat. April 27, released announcement to members, submit-

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ted participant Application for release, delivered printed Apps. & Announce. to office. Print more. Sending out Applications to those interested in participating. 5. Finalize Spring Fest banner, sign & Tshirt designs ASAP. 6. Create zones for seasonal & fund raising banners or signs. 7. Invite members to submit for consideration, nature & lake photos, drawings or paintings for fund raising merchandise. Possibly include items at Spring Fest. Researching development of not for profit fundraising website with shipand on change demand the : letsdirect try toprint crop & these features. headers to Garages and Shops and Storage 8. Send out Committee participation & volunteer request form, for Spring Fest. Doug Waugh Suggestions: King City Lumber Create “Volunteers Needed” announce208 E.aPutnam ment, covering the 64463 need for people & businessKing City, MO es to help with sanding, painting, construc660-535-4337 tion, gardening etc. to July cover2016: the upcoming Current Notes: Four New Pix projects at h/customers/king Safety & Fire Dept. buildings, located city lumber/ 3716, signs, entrances & clubhouse grounds. 0174, 3808, 4466

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS

will hold its first meeting for Lake Viking and the surrounding area on Saturday, March 9 at 10:00 am at the Lake Viking Church, 18842 Otter, Gallatin, MO, 64640 (just east of the Lake Viking entrance).

If you have questions, please contact Tom at 913.209.2777. (Please do not call the Church).

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