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MAIN CLUBHOUSE 770.721.7900 Administrative Office 9:00am to 5:00pm Mon-Fri 770.721.7912 | fax 770.721.7909
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UEL KEMP General Manager/Director of Golf 770.721.7902 | email@example.com
DOING GOOD IN THE COMMUNITY
GREG CANTRELL Director of Property Management 770.721.7920 | firstname.lastname@example.org
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
MARLYN PATOUILLET Member Services 770.721.7912 | email@example.com
MELISSA DEEMS Account Analyst/Billing 770.721.7907 | firstname.lastname@example.org
LOUI PADGETT Lifestyle Director 770.262.6384 | email@example.com
THE HIGHLANDS COURSE GOLF PRO SHOP 770.721.7902 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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JOHN WILBERT Executive Chef/Food & Beverage Director 770.721.7900 x 3 | firstname.lastname@example.org ELIZABETH RAYMOND Restaurant Manager 770.721.7900 x 3 | email@example.com CATERING & EVENTS 770.721.7900 x 3 | firstname.lastname@example.org SECURITY email@example.com North Gate 770.479.2565 | South Gate 770.479.2848 ARTHUR ALLRED Co-Director of Security 770.721.7917 BUDDY MOSS Co-Director of Security 770.721.7911 REAL ESTATE SALES OFFICE 770.720.2700 BOATHOUSE/MARINA Capt. Rob James 770.479.6500 | firstname.lastname@example.org LAPOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT: Maury Nunes EXEC. VICE PRESIDENT: Dawn James-Townes SECRETARY: Vacant TREASURER: Gary Charles ASST. SECRETARY: Vacant ASST. TREASURER: Bob Baker LIAISON ADMINISTRATIVE: Maury Nunes LIAISON AMENITIES: Mary Sawyer LIAISON COMMUNICATIONS: Dawn James-Townes LIAISON ENVIRONMENTAL & COVENANTS: Bob Baker LIAISON FUNDRAISING: Gary Charles LIAISON GOLF: Eric Atkins LIAISON INFRASTRUCTURE: Gary Charles LIAISON RESTAURANT: Eric Atkins LIAISON SAFETY & SECURITY: Jim Herndon
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dƣng good in the community Nearly $20,000 was raised was raised at the KBD Foundation Memorial Golf Tournament. These funds will benefit the following programs: Angels on Horseback in memory of Melissa Hopson, Special Olympics Cherokee County, Adult Disability Medical Home, Flowers for a Purpose and KBD Foundation Adam Holland Special Education Scholarship.
2018 MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT SPONSORS HOLE-IN-ONE SPONSOR: Hendrick Toyota of Sandy Springs CORPORATE SPONSORS: Larry Adams & P. Boulding | Theresa Shannon KBD SPECIAL NEEDS TEAM/CLINIC SPONSOR: Eleanor Frongillo BREAKFAST SPONSOR: Dunkin’ Donuts HOLE SPONSORS Amanda Amsler Joe & Marilyn Biviano The Gaspard Family Georgia Dermatology Tim & Debbie Haley Jen’s Boutique Hidden Links Jim & Mindy McCuthcheon Bud Milam Maury & Ruth Nunes Howard & Lois Olson Linda & Sandy Reynolds Vacation Planners Roz Waldron Canton Institute for Physical Therapy Duerr & Charles Families in Honor of Melissa Hopson
Chris Davis Malcolm and Toi Fowler Giggle Golf Hair Etc. Mike & Vee Johnson Lloyd Family Dental Robert & Gail McGurk Bob & Cynthia Mello O’Charleys Dave Olsen Tony Rogowski Al Schimmelmen Roz Waldron for Jax Canton Waleska Flower & Gifts Duerr & Charles Families in Honor of the KBD Foundation
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dĆŁng good in the community
The Lake Arrowhead LGA/MGA Tournament Committee presenting the $23,600 donation check to The Angel House staff. PAGE 5 | AUGUST / SEPTEMBER 2018
upcoming activities & events
Wednesday | Augus
canvas & cocktails
Wednesday, August 22nd | 6:00pm to 8:30pm
Enjoy an artistic evening with your friends and neighbors! No experience necessary to create this beautiful painting with step by step instruction. Remember to wear paint friendly clothing. The Grill will be open for cocktail service. All supplies provided.
Cost is $25 per person.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
& FAMILY STYLE BUFFET Thursday, August 23rd Buffet 6:00pm to 8:30pm | Bingo 7:00pm to 8:30pm Sponsored by Faith Presbyterian Church $16 Adults | $8 Children ages 4 - 10 | RSVP 770.721.7900 x 3
KAROAKE NIGHT! Friday, August 24th | 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Saturday, August 25th at Red Cloud Pool Saturday | August 25th | Red Cloud Pool
Music & games begin at 7:00pm
Music and games begin at 7:00pm | Movie begins at dusk. Movie begins at dusk. Weather Dependent. Weather Dependent. For additional information email email@example.com.
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TGIF! Looking for a fun change for Friday night? Grab your date or some friends and join us to sing your heart out! Youâ€™re going to love it. Appetizer and Drink Specials! RSVP to Highlands Grill at 770.721.7900 x 3
Sunset Cruise Wine Tasting
Friday, September 21st | Pontoon Boat Ride 6:00pm to 7:00pm at the Marina One Hope Wine Tasting 7:00pm to 8:00pm at Lakeside Park Join us at the Marina and enjoy an evening beginning with a pontoon boat ride with Capt Rob and his staff followed by a One Hope Wine Tasting at Lakeside Park enjoying a variety of wines with food pairings. Reserve your place by Sept 16th via our website kyscboathouse.com/booking-page skippered lake tours. Cost is $20 per person | Space is limited | for more information contact email@example.com PAGE 6 | AUGUST / SEPTEMBER 2018
upcoming activities & events
Golfing Fore Children 30th Annual Charity Event Sponsored by Lake Arrowhead Church
Friday September 28, 2018
Lake Arrowhead Golf and Country Club
All Net Proceeds Go To Helping Kids
Registration Fee $100* per player *Includes Breakfast, Full Buffet Lunch after golf,
sleeve of balls, green fees, cart and water 8:00 a.m. Breakfast and Registration Putting Contest on Practice Green 9:30 a.m. Shotgun Start - 4 Person Scramble Lunch, prizes, raffle and auction after golf
Through your generous participation we are able to support a variety of children's needs including: Goshen Valley Boyâ€™s Ranch, Angels On Horseback, Operation Christmas Child, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Help A Child Ministry, and MUST Ministries Children's Programs. __ Corporate Sponsor $2,500 - Includes 2 teams, 2 tee signs, listing as
major sponsor on banner and program, 5 mulligans and 5 raffle tickets per player
__ Gold Sponsor $1,200 - Includes 1 team, 1 tee sign, listing on banner and program, 5 mulligans and 5 raffle tickets per player
__ Silver Sponsor $500 - Includes 1 team, 1 tee sign and program listing. (* Add $160 for 5 mulligans and 5 raffle tickets per player if desired)
__ Hole Sponsor $100 -1 Tee sign and program listing. On Sign :________________________ __ Extra Raffle Tickets or Mulligans (5 max) $5 each or 5 for $20 Total $____________
REGISTRATION AND SPONSORSHIP FORM IS LOCATED ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE
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Golfing Fore Children Registration September 28th, 2018
$100 Per Player - includes breakfast, lunch and gifts Add $20 for 5 raffle tickets per player Add $20 for 5 mulligans per player
Player 1 __________________________________ Address__________________________________ City________________________Zip___________ E Mail____________________________________ Phone___________________________________
Player 2 ___________________________________ Address___________________________________ City ________________________Zip____________ E Mail_____________________________________ Phone____________________________________
Player 3 __________________________________ Address__________________________________ City________________________Zip___________ E Mail____________________________________ Phone___________________________________
Player 4 ___________________________________ Address___________________________________ City ________________________Zip____________ E Mail_____________________________________ Phone_____________________________________
You Can Still Make a Difference Sponsor a Hole Hole Sponsor $100 -1 Tee sign and program listing. Make checks payable to Lake Arrowhead Church/Memo Line: Golfing Fore Children Sign Size 24 x 18 inches Name:_________________________________________ E Mail:_______________________________Phone:________________ In Memory Of:_______________________________________________ OR In Honor Of:_________________________________________________ OR Other:______________________________________________________
To Register or for More Information Contact: Chair: Gary Lynn 404.312.5891
LA Church Office: 770.479.3886 1218 Lake Arrowhead Drive, Waleska, GA 30183 www.LAChurch.org firstname.lastname@example.org Tax ID # 58 149 0614
Make Your Tax-Free Donation Checks Payable to: Lake Arrowhead Church Memo Line: Golfing Fore Children PAGE 8 | AUGUST / SEPTEMBER 2018
770.721.7900 x 3 | email@example.com MONDAY 10:00am to 6:00pm (no dining service) TUESDAY 10:00am to 6:00pm (no dining service)
Sunday Brunch Buﬀet at The Highlands Grill is oﬀered the First Sunday of the Month 11:00am to 4:00pm.
WEDNESDAY 10:00am to 6:00pm (menu service 11:00am to 4:00pm)
A la carte brunch is available on all Sundays other than the ﬁrst. Omelets Your Way, Sausage, Bacon, Buttermilk Pancakes, & much more!
THURSDAY 10:00am to 9:00pm (menu service 11:00am to 8:00pm) FRIDAY 10:00am to 10:00pm (menu service 11:00am to 9:00pm) SATURDAY 10:00am to 10:00pm (menu service 11:00am to 9:00pm)
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SUNDAY 10:00am to 6:00pm - Alcohol Sales 12:30pm to 6:00pm only - A La Carte Brunch 10:30am to 2:00pm - Limited Menu 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Three Topping Pizzas for $10, nightly Dinner and Drink Specials. Full menu also available.
Hours are subject to change due to inclement weather/volume. Reservations: 770.721.7900 x 3 or firstname.lastname@example.org
trivia with maury - august 16th Reservations suggested - call 770.721.7900 x 3
Special Event Bookings: email@example.com To-Go Orders: 770.721.7900 x 3
Cake & Cupcake Decorating with Vivian Wednesday, August 15th | 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Vivian will demonstrate elaborate cake decorating techniques, while participants will have the opportunity to practice on cupcakes (and taste). This event is complimentary. RSVP by August 12th to firstname.lastname@example.org.
river cruise night
Wednesday, October 24th 5:30pm at The Highlands Grill Complimentary Glass of Wine Hors d’oeuvres Door Prizes
Have you always wanted to go on a River Cruise but confused by the diﬀerences of each cruise line? Join Lori Haigwood, Franchise Owner of Cruise Planners, for a wonderful and thorough presentation to learn about the many options for River Cruises. RSVP by October 21st to email@example.com. PAGE 9 | AUGUST / SEPTEMBER 2018
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july 4th red, white & blue scramble
HOURS 8:30am to 6:00pm Monday – Thursday 8:00am to 6:00pm Friday – Sunday The Driving Range closes at 5:00pm daily. Hours subject to change due to inclement weather/volume.
SPECIAL $150 Golf Members $175 Non-Members 5 One Hour Lessons including Playing Lessons & Practice Range Balls.
Red, White, and Blue in this instance had a dual meaning. Besides representing Independence Day and our nation’s flag, it was an integral part of the tournament rules. As many of you know, the Lake Arrowhead Golf Course has five sets of tees, three of which are red, white, and blue. The closest (and typically easiest) are the red tees and the longest (and typically the hardest) are the blue tees. In between are the white tees. To start the tournament, each of the teams teed off from the white tees. If the team made a par, it continued to play from the white tees on the next hole. However, if the team made a birdie, it moved back to the harder blue tees on the next hole: if the team made a bogey, it moved up to the easier red tees. This process continued throughout the tournament. The tournament field was divided into three flights based on each team’s score. Pro Shop gift certificates were then awarded to each member of the top three teams in each flight. Ties were broken with a scorecard playoff starting on hole 18. The winners were: FLIGHT TEAM MEMBERS SCORE First 1st Curt McKinney, Brad Sweetwood, Mel Standley, Chris Benway 61 2nd Sean Webb, Larry Freckmann, Brian Schell, Scott Goodson 62 3rd Eric Gunderson, Drew Todd, Stuart Brandon, Justin Watkins 63 Second 1st Larry Adams, Paul Bolding, TC Chapman, Al Schimmelman 66 2nd Pat Farrelly, Sandy Reynolds, Mike Johnson, Lee Heubner 67 3rd George Gibbons, Eleanor Gibbons, David Jetton, Jennifer Jetton 68 Third 1st Brad Jones, Dave Olsen, Herb Ernst, Jerry Hood 72 2nd Ray Champitto, Suzie Champitto, Scott Walker, Karen Walker 72 3rd Greg Mathis, Mason Mathis, Bob Bettencourt, Hal Homesley 72
UPCOMING EVENTS Aug 10 & 11 Aug 23 Sep 4 & 5 Sep Sep 28 Oct 6 & 7 Oct 13 & 14 Oct 19 Nov 10 Dec 1
Highlands Cup Scottish Rite Aeration Points Champioship Golfing Fore Children Club Championship LA-BridgeMill Challenge Homeless Veterans Turkey Shoot 3 Kings Tournament
HAPPY HOUR ON THE RANGE September 21st – 4:00pm to 6:00pm – $10 per Golfer Short Instructional Programs, Supervised Practice, Appetizers, Drink Specials LADIES GOLF CLINIC August 18th – 10:00am to 11:30am – $15 per Golfer
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golf with the lga of lake arrowhead
by Eleanor Gibbons
Come out and join the fun. You will meet new golfers in a fun, friendly environment. We have ladies of all skill levels. We try to give back to our members and the community. We Co-host a Charity Event every year. A portion of all of the LGA dues goes to charity each year. You can be a seasoned player or someone that is interested in getting started in the game. We have “Rock & Rolling Golf Balls” in August, “Diamonds in the Rough” in September, and we will invite the MGA to a 9 and Dine “Golfing Ghouls” in October. November is our end of the year business meeting with the elections of new officers. Guest are invited to attend this business meeting November 14 at 6:00pm at the Clubhouse. If you are not a member and want to attend, please email Eleanor Gibbons at email@example.com. This is a great way to see what we do and meet the ladies of the Ladies Golf Association. We just had “Soak up the Sun” event where twenty-six ladies attended play. Fun had by all! It is a great organization that will add fun and fellowship to your life. The LGA Monday night play day is at 5:00pm and Thursday LGA play day is at 9:30am.
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“USGA 2019 New Rules for the Game of Golf” • Player accidentally moves the ball during a search or on putting green = No Penalty • How to drop a ball = only requirement is for the player to hold the ball above the ground not at shoulder height. • Lost Ball = A ball is lost if not found in Three minutes, it was five minutes. • Repairing damage on the putting green = A player may repair almost any damage, including spike marks, animal damage, etc. (our deer don’t leave marks!). • Player touching the line of putt to point out target = No penalty. • Putting with an unattended flagstick left in hole = No Penalty. • Player touches the ground with club or hand when ball is in penalty area = No Penalty.
L A Y A R D S A L E
• Player moves or touches a loose impediment in a bunker when ball in bunker = No penalty unless you touch sand. • Distance measuring devices = Is allowed. • Caddie standing behind a player to help alignment = now not allowed to stand on a line behind a player. • Caddie can lift and replace the player’s ball on the putting green = No Penalty. • Recommendations on how to play promptly = players have 40 seconds to make a swing. • Eliminating announcement requirements before lifting a ball = players can check for damage or for identifying their ball without announcement. Hope this helps if all changes for USGA comes through in 2019. Again, come out and enjoy the fun!
I’m happy to announce that this years Annual Yard Sale will be held on
Saturday, September 29th. Price for 20 x 20 space: $15 payable to LAPOA (checks ONLY) Time: 8:00am to 3:00pm (set up at 7:00am) Clean up until 4:00pm Location: Outside at the North Gate Advertisements will be Cherokee Ledger News, Freddy Frugal, Lake Arrowhead Ladies & other websites & blast emails. Other details will follow. Thank you for your support, Helen & Rick Bondie & family
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Ken McGarry Homes
Building Fine Mountain Homes in Lake Arrowhead Since 2007 PAGE 15 | AUGUST / SEPTEMBER 2018
club business ARCHITECTURAL EXTERIOR WORK POLICY
EXTENDED POOL HOURS
When an Exterior Work Permit is approved, the owner will be sent an 8 ½ x 11 permit that shall be placed in a window on the first floor of the property. The blue permit sign indicates that work on the property was reviewed and approved by the Architectural Review Committee.
The pools will be staﬀed the hours and dates listed below but will be kept open until 9:00 pm weather permitting. (SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK)
2018 POOL SCHEDULE RED CLOUD Mon/Tue Wed Thu Fri, Sat & Sun Holidays
Closed 10am to 7pm 8:30am-7pm (Lap Swim 8:30am to 10am) 10am to 8pm 10am to 8pm
GREAT FESTIVAL PARK Mon 10am to 7pm Tue 8:30am to 7pm (Lap Swim 8:30am to 10am) Wed 10pm to 7pm- Swim At Your Own Risk Thu Closed Fri, Sat & Sun 10am to 8pm Holidays 10am to 8pm
NARROWS MARINA PARKING Parking in the Narrows Marina parking lot is reserved for slip holders only. Slip holders are requested to park only one vehicle in the parking lot. Please car pool guests from Great Festival Park. Property owners in the Narrows should use Great Festival Park for any overflow parking.
WELCOME NEW OWNERS Jim & Tyletha Ramsey Barry & Jennifer Clark Joshua Schneider Amanda Johnson Joy Loryn Hammonds Michael & Elaine Parnow Micheal Shane & Leila Milton Cox Jusin & Amy Young Carrie & Robert J. Petmecky Andrew & Amy Pittner Marc & Kim Spratt Kenneth & Catherine Ott Gordon Rankart Anthony Louis Buzzell Priscilla & Anthony Andrews Juliana Sage Houk-Patterson & Jonathan Lee Patterson Mark & Lori Wienbarg Mary Beth Houk
Monday & Friday - Great Festival Park Wednesday - Red Cloud All classes are at 11:30am $4 per participant per class or $40 per month. Please bring a water noodle. Pool shoes are recommended. For additional information, contact Loui at 770.262.6384 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All vehicles and watercraft, both motorized, nonmotorized and trailers, must be registered in Lake Arrowhead. Visit www. lakearrowheadclub.net, click on Membership then click on Documents and Forms. 1. Complete and return Boat Registration Form. 2. Sign the Boat Registration Form (REQUIRED no exceptions). 3. Provide a copy of current insurance policy listing the watercraft and coverage limits. 4. Send payment required for Boat Registration Fee listed above. 5. Account must be in good standing. Boats may be registered at either the South Gate (off of Hwy 108) or the Membership ofﬁce (in the Clubhouse). Upon successfully registering, the Club issued decal shall be permanently afﬁxed to the front left side of the watercraft and to a visible location on or near the tongue of the trailer.
LAKESIDE PARK RULES
Park for use by member & guests only. No lifeguard on duty - swim at your own risk. Park closes at sunset. Use the facilities at your own risk. No littering. No motorized vehicles. No ﬁres. No alcoholic beverages. No glass containers. No loud music. No ﬁshing. No pets of any kind allowed. Children under 18 must be supervised by an adult.
ANYONE DAMAGING PROPERTY OR VIOLATING PARK RULES WILL BE BANNED.
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security update We hope everyone is enjoying the summer. Since School has begun we have a lot of children walking to and from the north gate bus stop. Please drive responsibly. The speed limit in Lake Arrowhead is 25 mph. Information about the north gate bus stop and traffic flow pattern is available at the north gate. Lock your home and vehicles even when you are away for a moment. This will help protect your valuables. Valuables left in a vehicle should always be kept out of sight to discourage theft. Our crime rate in Lake Arrowhead is very low so let’s keep it that way - If you see suspicious activity, alert Security or Cherokee 911. Let’s all help keep our community safe. North Gate 770.479.2565 South Gate 770.479.2848
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Co-Directors of Security Arthur Allred 770.721.7917 Buddy Moss 770.721.7911
ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS WHO RENT OUT THEIR HOME:
Please notify your tenants that all Resident Guests (all those who rent, lease or otherwise occupy a home which they do not legally own) must renew their photo ID cards annually. Need to renew? Call Member Services for an appointment at 770.721.7912.
Dana John A Patric Jack S William Ashle Kristin Attorneys:
Second Tuesday of Every Month 60 to 90 minute sessions available beginning 10:00am at the Clubhouse. Book your session with Licensed and Certified Massage Therapist, Ingrid Meiners at 678.541.1987 and rejuvenate your body, improve your golf, tennis and daily activity. Gift certificates available. Cost: 1 hour $70 | 90 minutes $100
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RACQUET SPORTS MIXED DOUBLES Play year-round on Monday, Wednesday, Friday - weather permitting. 1:30pm during colder months (Nov through April) | 9:30am during the warmer months (May through October) Regulars will be notified via email when time changes. Format: 4 game sets, then teams break and new teams formed. Otherwise ITF Rules of Tennis apply. All players are welcome. Contact: Maury Nunes (770.720.5003 | email@example.com) or just show up. Courts are reserved for this Doubles group. WOMEN’S DAYTIME DOUBLES Organization begins upon advent of warmer weather and lasts through the early fall. The format for women’s tennis is regulation tennis, 2-3 full sets. The level of tennis played is B-5+ (ALTA) or 3.0-3.5 (USTA). It is played during the warmer months only (May/June through Oct. 1). Former ALTA or USTA newcomersare welcome. Contact: Jill Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org | 770.720.8961
ALTA TEAM PLAY is based out of BridgeMill as Lake Arrowhead is outside the ALTA boundaries. Contact Pat Perry at BridgeMill (770.720.9635 | pat.perry@ hmsgolf.com) PRIVATE PLAY is always encouraged; to help, we provide a roster of the known players who live in Lake Arrowhead. This is kept within the tennis community and not shared outside Lake Arrowhead - contact Maury Nunes (770.720.5003 | man.apc@windstream. net). To check to see if a court is available, you may contact Membership at membership@ lakearrowheadga.com or phone 770.721.7912. PICKLEBALL Looking for a fun way to get some exercise? Join us on Sunday, Tuesday or Thursday afternoons at the Red Cloud Pickleball and Tennis Center or just come out a see what it is all about. For more information regarding Pickleball, contact Bill Hess at 770.704.6297 or B3779@hotmail.com.
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the coffers are empty!!!
by Jill Strickland
Shepherd’s Hook has NO blankets left!!! Nothing….notta…. empty….gonners…. June and July have been busy delivering blankets. Yes, in this heat! But you know….they are needed. Babies keep coming and the patients in ICU are always in the colder room temperatures. Blankets are not only for warmth but they are a comfort to people as they are fighting their battles. Or, they are getting an unexpected, beautiful gift for their new arrival. We completed June by taking 68 blankets to the nurseries at Northside. We took smaller blankets to the Special Needs Nursery and then the regular size blankets to the Family Care Center. In July, 14 blankets were given to the ICU unit and taken in by our resident ICU nurse Pam DeVictor. Lastly, Cherokee County Health Department is creating a new department for prenatal and postnatal patients and they are requesting blankets for these patients. We emptied out our inventory and gave them our remaining 15 blankets. SO ---- WE NEED YOUR HANDS! Yes, we need YOU!!!! We are preparing for Christmas to give hat and scarf sets to the Cherokee Family Violence Center, to Cherokee Homeless Veterans, Good Neighbor Shelter and Adopt-A-Vet at the Brian Center in Canton. We have a target of 150 hat and scarf sets! AND we need more blankets! At least 150 blankets are needed to rebuild our inventory for the upcoming cold months. We create beautiful articles so if you can loom, knit or crochet – please, join us as we create from the hands and heart to give to those who need. Shepherd’s Hook meets at Monday at 10 at the church (you do not need to be a member) and we supply the yarn and fabric for blankets. OR – we come to you! Shepherds@Home is for those who work at home and we will bring materials and pick up as often as you need. Please get in touch with me or email email@example.com PAGE 19 | AUGUST / SEPTEMBER 2018
community interest lake arrowhead trivia #50
June 21, 2018 – Morris A. Nunes, TriviaMaster
N.B. Arrowhead Trivia utilizes a mnemonic with the 1st letter of each of the 25 answers (or phrase 1st substantive word (e.g. title) or last name if a person) in order, spell a message. Figuring out the mnemonic yields no extra credit, but can be a valuable hint for questions that might stump you.
5 WORDS: FOCUS GROUP’S BIRTHDAY IN JUNE 1st Word: 5 LETTERS: FOCUS
10. Government: Who recently replaced Rex Tillerson as U.S. Secretary of State? POMPEO, MIKE https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Pompeo
1. Christmas Carols: What Christmas Carol features a character who had a corncob pipe and a button nose? FROSTY THE SNOWMAN http://www.metrolyrics.com/ frosty-the-snowman-lyrics-christmas-song.html
11. Crime: What historic event in the annals of crime occurred in Chicago on February 14, 1929? SAINT VALENTINE’S DAY MASSACRE https://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Saint_Valentine%27s_Day_Massacre
2. Golf: The Vardon Grip for golfers is also known as what kind of grip? OVERLAPPING GRIP https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/Glossary_of_golf#Vardon
3rd Word: 8 LETTERS: BIRTHDAY
3. Georgia: Who was the Major League Hall of Fame player from Royston Georgia, known by the nickname The Georgia Peach? COBB, TY https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Ty_Cobb 4. Literature: Who wrote the Rabbit series of novels, beginning with Rabbit Run published in 1960 and ending with the novella, Rabbit Remembered published in 2001? UPDIKE, John https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Updike 5. Alcohol: Wine from Spain’s so-called Cadiz Triangle if fortified with added grape spirit to raise the total alcohol content is known as what generic kind of alcoholic beverage? SHERRY https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherry 2nd Word: 6 LETTERS: GROUP’S 6. Music: What 1978 crossover hit song by Kenny Rogers begins with the lines On a warm Summer’s evening, On a train bound for nowhere….”? GAMBLER, THE http:// www.metrolyrics.com/the-gambler-lyrics-kenny-rogers. html 7. Landmarks: Who conceived of, designed and managed construction of the Brooklyn Bridge, which is now an iconic national landmark? ROEBLING, JOHN A. https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brooklyn_Bridge 8. Symbols: The presentation of what kind of evergreen has been considered a peace offering? OLIVE BRANCH http://www.dictionary.com/browse/olive?s=ts 9. Sociology: Those individuals and families with the greatest wealth and political power in a society are referred to collectively as what class of society? UPPER CLASS https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upper_class
12. Jewelry: The metal surrounding a watch crystal or gemstone to hold it in place is referred to by jewelers by what name? BEZEL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bezel_ (jewellery) 13. Geography: What is the historical name for the one administrative region of the eighteen in France that includes Paris? ILE DE FRANCE https://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/%C3%8Ele-de-France 14. Horse Racing: What is the nickname for the Kentucky Derby? RUN FOR THE ROSES https://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Kentucky_Derby 15. Biology: What kind of animal reputedly experiences the longest average life span? TORTOISES https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_longest-living_organisms 16. Hockey: A player who scores three hockey goals in a single game is said to have performed what kind of feat? HAT TRICK https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hattrick#Hockey 17. Religion: What religious group of the Middle East, primarily found in Lebanon, Syria and Jordan, claims a unitarian type of philosophy combining elements of Islam, Hinduism, Greek Philosophy and ancient Gnostic religions? Adherents figured prominently in the Lebanese Civil War from 1975-1990. DRUZE https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/Druze 18. History: Every schoolchild is taught that George Washington was the first President of the United States, but who was the first Vice President of the United States? ADAMS, John https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Adams 19. Food: What dairy product is produced by bacterial fermentation of milk? YOGURT https://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Yogurt
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community interest TRIVIA WITH MAURY continued 4th Word: 2 LETTERS: IN 20. Movies: What series of animated films features a group of surviving prehistoric mammals, including Sid the Sloth and Manny the Mammoth? ICE AGE https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_Age_(franchise) 21. Physics: The standard unit of force is that force producing an acceleration of one meter per second per second on a mass of one kilogram. What is that standard unit called? NEWTON http://www.dictionary.com/ browse/newton?s=t 5th Word: 2 LETTERS: JUNE 22. Agriculture: What plant fiber, grown primarily in Asia and Northern Africa, though edible, has been used primarily in the West for carpets, matting, rope, and other durable products and is known as the golden fiber because of its many uses and high value? JUTE https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jute 23. Musicals: A 1960 hit Broadway musical fictionalized the life of one of the passengers who survived the Titanic tragedy and was later turned into a successful movie in which Debbie Reynolds played the starring role. Name the musical. UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Unsinkable_Molly_Brown_ (film)
24. Literature: In the Jules Verne classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, what is the name of the Captain of the Nautilus? NEMO, CAPTAIN https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Captain_Nemo 25. Medicine: The medical procedure whereby a medical instrument is inserted directly into any cavity of the body for the purpose of examination of that cavity is called what? ENDOSCOPY https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Endoscopy TIEBREAKERS: T1. Presidents: Who was the only former President of the United States elected to a position in the Government of the Confederate States of America? TYLER, JOHN https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Tyler T2. Geography: What is the only sea in the world that has no land boundaries whatsoever, but rather is defined as bounded by four separate ocean currents? SARGASSO SEA https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sargasso_Sea T3. Economics: Since election day, 2016, by what percentage to the nearest 1/10,000th decimal point (i.e. 4 decimal places) has the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed as of yesterdayâ€™s close? 34.5014% June 20,2018: 24657.80 Nov. 8, 2016: 18,332.74
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community interest wild animal safety in lake arrowhead Summer is sending its last rays of sunshine and fall is right around the corner here in beautiful Lake Arrowhead. The bright sunny days and fall skies will find more of us enjoying the many benefits of our community. The creatures that inhabit our woods will also be out in the open soaking up the sunshine. The purpose of this article is to provide the reader some safety tips when encountering these creatures. We have been blessed here in Lake Arrowhead to have 3 Parks (Great Festival Lakeside, and Flat Rock) and several old golf course cart paths to utilize. There are some other creatures (deer, snakes, pigs) that like to wander on these paths from time to time. Here are some things to keep in mind if you see any of these creatures utilizing the trail / cart path: * Do not approach any of these animals, throw sticks / rocks at them or call at them to get their attention. Often times if you do not bother them, they will not bother you. * Your safety is priority number one, not necessarily convenience. If one of these animals is on the trail or path you are trying to walk on and they do not look like they are moving, then turn around and walk back to where you came from. It is always better to be safe than sorry. * Keep in mind when it comes to snakes most people get bit because they were trying to capture or kill the snake * Please follow these tips if you get a snake bite: call 911 immediately / notify them of your position, remain calm, slowly move away from the snake if the snake has not already moved away from you, remove all the jewelry from the snake bite area, circle the snake bite area with a sharpie marker (write the time of the snake bite), draw a line (write the time on the line) as the swelling increases
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beyond the initial circled area of the bite, do your best to identify the snake (try to figure out if it was poisonous or not http://srelherp.uga.edu/snakes/SnakeSafety.pdf, https://georgiawildlife.com/georgiasnakes) remember not try to kill the snake, the key is to keep your physical exertion low and your heart rate slow so the venom is not circulated in your bloodstream faster. * Wild boar are present in Lake Arrowhead and for the most part they are not often seen. If you happen to see one on a trail or path it is better to turn around and let the pig have that area. They can cause great harm by charging and cutting up your legs with their sharp tusks. * Deer are frequent patrons of our trails and paths in our community. Keep in mind these are wild animals too and can be unpredictable in their behavior. It is best to leave them alone, not approach them (especially fawns) and DO NOT feed them.Check out these articles for more information: https://www.farmanddairy.com/columns/ feeding-deer-corn-is-not-the-best-thing-to-do/14293.html, http://dnr.sc.gov/news/yr2013/april18/april18_fawn.html. This time of year other smaller creatures come out in force such as spiders, ticks and mosquitos. Ensure your home is current in its pest control protection and inspect yourself for ticks when returning from walking in the woods. Here are some websites that will help you in identifying ticks and harmful spiders:https://www. callnorthwest.com/2015/05/common-spiders-poisonousor-painful/, https://patch.com/georgia/atlanta/tickmosquito-infections-climb-georgia-cdc-says, http://www. surviveoutdoors.com/reference/spiders/black_widow.asp. I look forward to seeing you on the trail as you safely enjoy our great outdoors.
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community interest the 2018 lapoa collectible christmas ornament by Georgia Watts The LAPOA Collectible Christmas Ornament is a wonderful Lake Arrowhead tradition and is now in its 10th year! For the 2018 ornament Jim has chosen to highlight our beautiful sunsets in Lake Arrowhead and our abundant wildlife. Add to your existing collection or start a new one by purchasing your ornament today. HOW it works…. • Jim is one of our own talented artists who lives right here in Lake Arrowhead. He volunteers to paint a picture each year that is then transferred to a glass ornament. (We’ve kept them glass to maintain the continuity of the collection.) • He gets paid with accolades and then all the profits go to LAPOA for the benefit of the community. WHY talk about Christmas when it’s still really HOT?.... • Because last year we got caught with bad weather and had difficulty arranging delivery times for all concerned! WHAT you can do to secure your order now….. • Complete the form below. Orders must be accompanied by payment to guarantee availability. • The first two events that will have the Ornaments available for purchase and pick-up will be • Quarterly LAPOA meeting on August 25 at the LA Church • September luncheon at the Clubhouse for the WACS • Orders received by mail may be picked up at either of the above meetings or at designated delivery dates at the Clubhouse which will be announced later.
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community interest reading between the wines by Sarah Martin Jones The Chaperone – Laura Moriarty. New York: Riverhead Books, 2012 In the Roaring Twenties, there was one woman whose name was synonymous with the freewheeling, modern flapper lifestyle – Louise Brooks. Kansas born and Manhattan bred, she shot to fame before her seventeenth birthday, dancing first in the Denishaw modern dance company before joining the Ziegfeld Follies. Soon, her bobbed hair, dark eyes and unchecked sensuality caught the eye of silent screen directors. Fame and fortune quickly followed as well as liaisons with powerful men. Kansas native Laura Moriarty uses Brook’s life and her introduction to New York as the platform for her novel, with one critical change – she replaces the woman who chaperoned a 15-year-old Louise on her fateful journey from Kansas in 1922 (her dance instructor Alice Mills) with a creation of her own – 36-year-old housewife Cora Carlisle.
couple on a farm. Despite her gratitude to the couple, she has kept her true identity secret in Wichita – a place where she has also guarded a secret of her husband’s. From orphan trains to Prohibition to birth control to homosexuality to integration and on, Moriarty hits on all the major upheavals that impacted Americans during the 20th century. For some readers, she may have tried too hard and touched on too many. But survivors like the fictitious Cora and the real Louise did witness each change. In fact, as a side note, Louise Brooks, long forgotten by Hollywood, lived until the age of 78 fighting against alcoholism, obscurity, poverty and writing her memoir Lulu in Hollywood.
It is this character who is the star of The Chaperone. Brooks plays only a supporting role. With her corseted clothes and provincial attitudes, Cora stands for everything Louise rebels against. (“Men don’t want candy that’s been unwrapped,” she advises Louise. “Maybe for a lark, but not when it comes to marriage. It may be perfectly clean, but if it’s unwrapped, they don’t know where it’s been.”) But as the story progresses, it is Cora who is the true rebel. Like Louise, she, too, searches New York for an identity outside her life in Kansas. She finds it in the mother who left her at a Catholic orphanage (The New York Home for Friendless Girls) and in a German immigrant who becomes her lover and best friend.
“This life is mine,” Cora concludes at the end of the novel, speaking words that could also have been said by Louise. “This life is mine because of good luck. And because I reached out and took it.”
Throughout the fifty years the novel spans, the search for identity is a major theme. Through Cora, Moriarty examines the fate of some 150,000 children who were shipped west on Orphan Trains, as they were called. Cora was one of the lucky children – being placed with a loving
Sarah Martin Jones is a former English teacher and author of Quicksand: A Cautionary Love Story. Her next book, Summer Squall, will be published Fall 2018. You can reach her at www.SarahJonesAuthor.com or sarah.gently@ gmail.com.
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