Lake Arrowhead Living SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2019
LAKE ARROWHEAD LADIES GOLF ASSOCIATION ENJOYS SOME HAWAIIAN-STYLE FUN AT THEIR "GOLFING IN MAUI" EVENT PHOTO BY JAN GARBIEL
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THE HIGHLANDS GRILL 770.721.7900 x 3 | firstname.lastname@example.org JOHN WILBERT Executive Chef/Food & Beverage Director 770.721.7900 x 3 | email@example.com ELIZABETH RAYMOND Restaurant Manager 770.721.7900 x 3 | firstname.lastname@example.org CATERING & EVENTS 770.721.7900 x 3 | email@example.com SECURITY firstname.lastname@example.org 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
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UPCOMING EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
MONTHLY ROCK 'N' ROLL DANCE Join us at The Highlands Grill for our monthly dance featuring Rock 'N' Roll music from the 50’s and 60’s.
LIVE music Scott Puckett & Drew Lawson September 21st at 7:00pm Hill Roberts - October 4th at 6:30pm
October 12th & November 9th Dancing from 7pm until 10pm
Call for dinner reservations before the dance at 770.721.7900 x 3.
September 13th 6:00pm Enjoy a casual evening at the sales house to sample wines and enjoy cheese. Sponsored by Manor Lake.
cocktails & canvas September 18th 6:30pm to 8:30pm Let’s welcome the cooler temps by painting this Fall foliage in rainbow hues. Each Cocktails & Canvas event - $25/person RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
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October 16th | 6:30pm to 8:30pm Welcome, my Pretties! Let’s get in the Halloween spirit while we paint a bewitching scene.
UPCOMING EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Halloween Movie Night
FUNDRAISER AT THE MARINA
OCT MOVIES AT DARK! 19th 6PM CANDY & FUN
October 26th | 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Food, Fun, Music and Fundraising will happen at the Marina this evening.
GREAT FESTIVAL PARK
At dark, enjoy “It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” and “Goosebumps 2” for the older kids. *Marco’s Pizza will be selling pizza if you’re hungry!
Acoustical Left Band will be playing, On a Roll Maine Lobster truck is dinner, the fun is you!
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15 Laurel Canyon Village Circle, Suite 132 | Canton, GA 30144 SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2019 | PAGE 5
GOLF NEWS 2019 MEMBER – MEMBER TOURNAMENT On July 20th & 21st, 38 Lake Arrowhead golf members played in the 2019 Member – Member Golf Tournament. Always competitive, this year’s tournament was no exception. Brian Schell and Chris Benway won the low gross score honors! Brad Jones & Herb Ernst won the overall low net score. The Member – Member Golf Tournament is an annual event where golf club members form 2-person teams to compete for trophies and prizes plus the honor of being named
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Tournament Champions for the year. The tournament format is known by several names (four ball, best ball, and better ball) but whatever it is called, it essentially requires each team member to play their own ball. At the end of each hole, the lowest individual score is recorded as the team score. This year’s tournament was divided into 4 flights: First, Second, Third and Ladies.
GOLF NEWS 1st Flight 1st Place Gross – Brain Schell & Chris Benway 2nd Place Gross – Mel Standley & James Hatcher 1st Place Net – Dave Davis & Eben Williams 2nd Place Net – Eleanor Gibbons & Craig Glasgow 2nd Flight 1st Place Gross – Larry Adams & Paul Bolding 2nd Place Gross – Mike Johnson & Sandy Reynolds 1st Place Net – Brad Jones & Herb Ernst 2nd Place Net – TC Chapman & Ralph Lumpkin
3rd Flight 1st Place Gross – Bob Bettencourt & Jerry Hood 2nd Place Gross – Bob McGurk & Mike Hackett 1st Place Net – Ron Travis & Larry Whiting 2nd Place Net – George Gibbons & Pam Glasgow Ladies Flight 1st Place Gross – Ellen Cahill & Lynn DeWolfe 2nd Place Gross – Marti Webb & Suzie Champitto
2019 G O L F C L I N I C S C H E D U L E
770.721.7902 Tee Times
Beginner’s Golf Clinic – September 14 – 10:00am to 11:30am – $15 per participant *This is a basic introduction to get started in the game of a lifetime
8am to 6pm Mon - Thu 7:30am to 6pm Fri – Sun
Contact the Golf Shop for more information and to sign up at 770.721.7902 All details subject to change. Help us make events better by making advance reservations.
The Driving Range closes at 5:00pm daily. Hours subject to change due to inclement weather/volume.
2 0 1 9 GOLF E VENT SCHEDULE Aeration - September 3 & 4 3/8" tines | 14 day recovery 9 holes each day Points Championship September 21 (Members Only) 2pm 10 Person, 9 Hole Shoot Out Golfing Fore Children September 27 | 9:00am Charity Tournament 4 Person Scramble Club Championship (Members Only) October 5 & 6 | 8:30am Individual Stroke Play $70 Buffet After Play Sunday
LA/BridgeMill Challenge October 19 & 20 MGA (Sunday at LA) Homeless Veterans - October 25 Charity Tournament Turkey Shoot - November 9 (Open) 9:30am $40 & $55 2 Person Teams, 3 formats Flighted after Play 3 Kings Tournament December 14 (Open) 10:00am 3 person Scramble $40 & $55 Flighted after Play
GOLF LESSON SPECIAL
$150 Golf Members | $175 Non-Members 5 One Hour Lessons including Playing Lessons & Practice Range Balls. SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2019 | PAGE 7
GOLFING IN MAUI by Ruth Nunes and photos by Jan Garbiel Nineteen ladies were lucky enough to show up on Lake Arrowhead’s Highlands Course to imagine the island breezes of Maui. Everyone looked ready for the Maui morning as many were dressed in grass skirts, leis and sun hats – to play golf! As is customary, before heading out to our assigned tee boxes, Club Pro Uel Kemp read us the rules for the 9-hole scramble. Those rules included a surprise twist: three holes would be eliminated from everyone’s final scores. After pictures were taken, we reverted to our usual golf apparel and headed out on the Course. Our twosome, certainly wished we knew which holes would be eliminated, since we started strong, but finished with what we considered the three hardest holes on the front 9, holes 8, 9 and 1. A little hot and tired we were especially disappointed with our last hole, the daunting #1. Oh, well, that’s golf for you!
Jan Garbiel, Delores Bennett, Pat Whiting, Grace Kreft & Judy Hale
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The Clubhouse was decorated as a Luau with pineapples and orchids in abundance. Chef John’s menu added to the Hawaii theme with chicken and beef kebobs that tasted like they had just come off the grill. Asparagus, rice and an attractive fruit platter capped the meal. It all went down quite easily with the Mai-Tai’s that Vivian smilingly served. I probably should have played 18 holes to earn a piece of the Red Velvet cake, but I enjoyed it anyway. Uel tallied the scores by dropping what we considered the three hardest holes 1, 8 and 9. Hooray! The winners were announced with my partner, Marti Webb, and I in a momentary tie for third place. Unfortunately for us, we did not do as well on the tiebreaker 7th hole as the other tied team, so we officially finished fourth. Here are the duos that finished first, place and show:
Marti Webb, Ruth Nunes, Arra Bolding & Sarah Jones
GOLF NEWS 1st Place Eleanor Gibbons and Pam Glasgow 2nd Place Paula Hall and Cindy Rincon 3rd Place Arra Bolding and Mindy McCutcheon
clever of Joan to spend her birthday in Maui! To everyoneâ€™s surprise the pineapples and orchids were raffled off, the winners were as follows:
The winning teams were awarded the always-useful gift cards to the Clubhouse.
Pineapples: Dolores Bennett, Pat Whiting, Jan Garbiel, Judy Hale and Grace Kreft
During lunch, President Jan Garbiel thanked everyone for supporting the back to school initiative for Angel House.
Orchids: Arra Bolding, Cindy Rincon, Sarah Jones, Marti Webb and Ruth Nunes.
July birthdays were also announced: Lana Chadwick, Annette Schimmelman, Jane Kessling and Joan Eberhardt whose birthday was the day of the tournament. Very
Thanks to the LALGA Board for this loads-of-fun format and making many of winners with the raffle. We sure enjoyed our morning in Maui!
(left to right) 1st Place Winners: Pam Glasgow and Eleanor Gibbons (not pictured); 2nd Place Winners: Paula Hall & Cynthia Rincon; and 3rd Place Winners: Arra Bolding & Mindy McCutchen
2019 LGA EVENT SCHEDULE Thursday LGA Ladies only September 12 10:00 AM Shotgun Start Lunch to Follow Friday October 18
Mix 9 and Dine LGA/MGA 4:00 PM Shotgun Start Dinner to follow
Wednesday November 6
Closing Business Meeting /Elections 6:00 PM Social 6:30 PM Dinner Meeting to Follow
Golfing Wahinis: Arra Bolding, Delores Bennett, Mindy McCutchen & Judy Hale SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2019 | PAGE 9
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HOMELESS VETERANS GOLF EVENT— PROGRAM GUIDE Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Program
2019 Golf Edition
5th Annual Homeless Veteran Charity Golf Event set for Friday October 25th at Lake Arrowhead Highlands Course
The 5th annual Charity Homeless Veterans Golf Outing is set for this fall at the Lake Arrowhead Highlands Golf Course in Waleska, Ga. The shotgun start event will be held on Friday the 25th of October and will have a 4 man team scramble format. The event is put on by the Cherokee County Homeless Veterans program (CCHVP) with support from local veterans and volunteers. 100% of the proceeds of the golf outing goes to support the various programs of the CCHVP and 100% of the monies spent by the CCVHP stays in Cherokee County. Homeless Veteran Situation in Georgia today— In last November’s Housing and Urban Development report to Congress, the State of Georgia was identified as lagging in several areas as it relates to Homeless Veterans to include:
State of Georgia ranks 3rd among states for the largest number of homeless veterans in the Balance of State homeless areas (rural areas which make us 152 of the 158 counties in Georgia) State of Georgia ranks 3rd behind Hawaii and Oregon with the highest rate of unsheltered homeless veterans in the nation. Georgia has a 63.1% rate of unsheltered vs sheltered homeless veterans within the Balance of State Continuum of Care (COC).
Cherokee County ranks #2 in total homeless persons in the Balance of State. Bibb County ranks #1.
In 2018 we processed 92 homeless Veterans, male//female/ families, up from 65 in 2017. This is a 42% increase over the previous year.
Cherokee County does not qualify for VASH or Per Diem housing support for Veterans. We do qualify for SSVF Grants for Veterans with families with children under 17.
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Scramble Information Registration 7:30 and Shotgun start at 9:00 on Friday, October 19th $400 per team entry
Mulligans for purchase
Silent auction to be held throughout the event Prizes and raffles for closest to pin and for longest drive Lunch provided after play Golf gifts for all players
Trophies for Flight Winners– Mens, Womans, Mixed, and Adaptive Hole sponsorships available $100 for one or 3 for $200
CCHVP is a 501c19 registered non profit Veteran Organization
CCHVP has no paid employees or staff. We are 100% volunteer based.
Registration/Sponsorship Questions Jim Lindenmayer Jlindenmayer80@gmail.com 678.983.7590 Mike Satterly 770.878.2346 CCHVP2@gmail.com
Cost $100 per player ($400 per team) Contact Name:______________________________________ Address:___________________________________________ City:_____________ State______
ZIP:____________Phone:_____________________________ Email:_____________________________________________ Golfer 1: __________________________________________ Golfer 2: __________________________________________ Golfer 3: __________________________________________ Golfer 4: __________________________________________ Credit Cards accepted-(Amex, Visa, MasterCard) Card Number ______________________________________ Name on Card:_____________________________________ Expiration date : ____/___ (mm/yy) Card Security Code: __________
Mail to: Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Fund c/o Thomas M. Brady Post 45 160 McClure St., Canton Ga. 30114 (770-479-4405)
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TRIBUTE RIDGE HONOR SOMEONE YOU LOVE OR WHO SERVED IN THE MILITARY This year, as part of the Cherokee County Homeless Veteran Golf Program (CCHVP) golf event and in celebration of Veterans Day, we are looking to fill this ridge with signs commemorating a loved one, living or deceased, Veteran or non-Veteran. We are creating a special sign that you can customize with up to three lines of 22 characters for creating a personalized message. In addition there is a logo space that can be added that can identify the organization that your loved one was part of. If your loved one is/was a Veteran this logo field can represent the branch of service where your loved one served, i.e. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, National Guard, WWII Army Air Corps, etc. For other professions/organizations, such as, Parent, Grandparent, Policeman, Fireman, Teacher, Rotary, Lions Club, or something else, you can fill in the “OTHER” field with this information and we will select an appropriate logo to have displayed in this area.
All signs ordered will be placed on “Tribute Ridge” during the CCHVP golf event on Friday October 25th at the Lake Arrowhead Highlands Golf Course in Waleska. Once the event is over, all signs can be picked up and taken home to be displayed in your front yard on Veterans Day or any other special occasion. Signs are 24”x18” in size and come with an H-stand for inserting the sign into the ground. The signs are made of weather proof plastic so that they are designed to be placed outside. Printed areas are only done on one side of the sign.
If you are unable to pick up the sign at the golf course, you can pick up the sign the following week at the Thomas M. Brady American Legion Post 45 located at 160 McClure St in Canton, Ga between the hours of 2PM to 5:30 PM Monday-Friday.
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TRIBUTE RIDGE Commemorative sign for a living or deceased Veteran or non-veteran. A great way to honor a loved one for any reason. This sign after it is displayed at the Golf Event can be used on Veteran’s Day displayed at your home or office.
Order Information: $50 per sign – one sign per order sheet Line 1 – 22 letters/spaces available for customization _________________________________________________________ Branch of Service: (Check one below) Army ___ Navy ____
Line 2 – 22 letters/spaces available for customization _________________________________________________________ Line 3 – 22 letters/spaces available for customization
Contact Name: _____________________________________________ Address: __________________________________________________ City: _____________ ST.______ ZIP: ________________________ Phone: ____________________________________________________ E-mail:____________________________________________________ Credit Cards accepted-(Amex, Visa, MasterCard) Card Number ______________________________________ Name on Card: _____________________________________ Expiration Date: ____/___ (mm/yy)
Make checks payable to the Cherokee County Homeless Veteran Program c/o AL Post 45 Mail to: Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Fund c/o Thomas M. Brady Post 45 160 McClure St., Canton Ga. 30114
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Imagine what it would be like to fly above Lake Arrowhead in a UH-1 Huey, with the door open! The Army Aviation Heritage Foundation & Flying Museum, in support of the Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Program, are teaming up to help keep a piece of Army Aviation history flying, while helping to raise funds for a Homeless Veterans Shelter in Cherokee County. Tickets are $150 per person, fully refundable if it rains. Reservations are limited. Proceeds benefit the Army Aviation Heritage Foundation & Flying Museum, a 501c3 nonprofit, and the Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Program, a 501c19 Veteran non-profit . Tickets can be purchased by calling Jim Lindenmayer (678) 983-7590 or Betty Lewis (770) 318-6451 PAGE 16 | SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2019
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10/12/19 Weeks Dance Party @ Clubhouse 6:30-9
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Sunday Brunch Buffet is Oﬀered the First Sunday of the Month 11:00am to 4:00pm
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A la carte brunch is available on all Sundays other than the ﬁrst. Omelets Your Way, Sausage, Bacon, Buttermilk Pancakes, & much more!
Fall Is Here! THE LEAVES ARE CHANGING! Ranch Homes, Master On The Main Townhomes and Lakeside Villas From the High $200â€™s - Mid $800â€™s
THE LAKE ARROWHEAD TOUR OF HOMES AND BOAT LAKE TOURS CONTINUE THROUGH HALLOWEEN(10/31/19)
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LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE Now that you are nearing retirement, planning for your care becomes a more pressing issue. Help maintain your independence and dignity by considering long-term care insurance to provide the income to contribute partially or totally for your care.
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With long-term care insurance you can supplement the help you receive from family members with professional caregiving services. Long-term care insurance is underwritten by the individual insurance companies with whom Patrick L. Bellantoni is licensed. Policies have exclusions, limitations, reductions and terms under which the policies may be continued in force, including the potential for an increase in premium. Benefits may be provided by a combination of the policy and riders and are subject to underwriting. A medical exam may be required. For costs and complete details, contact Patrick L. Bellantoni. This is a solicitation of insurance. Patrick L. Bellantoni is a resident insurance agent in Georgia and a non-resident agent in the Stated of North Carolina and South Carolina. SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2019 | PAGE 19
CLUB BUSINESS SECURITY UPDATE We are beginning our holiday season- Halloween, Thanksgiving, Etc. During this time there will be more traffic on our roads. Our roads were built long ago when Lake Arrowhead was a community of retirees and weekenders. Now, we are a community of full time residents traveling to and from on narrow curvy little roads. So please observe the 25 mph community speed limit. Help us to assist your guests, at our gates, in a professional and timely manner. Please drop off your guest lists a few days before your special occasion. This will prevent you from trying to call us or us trying to contact you during very busy times. If you are not sure which gate your guests may use, bring two lists and we will make sure the lists are at both gates. Letâ€™s all have a safe, happy and stress- free holiday season. CO-DIRECTORS OF SECURITY Arthur Allred 770.721.7917 | Buddy Moss 770.721.7911
BOAT REGISTRATION Forms may be downloaded from the website at lakearrowheadclub.net. All items in Dry Storage MUST display the current decal to continue using Lake Arrowhead Dry Storage. If you are a Property Owner and need a Dry Storage space, call Member Services at 770.721.7912. As a reminder, it is a violation of the covenants to park or store the following: boats, vehicles, trailers, campers, RVs, etc. on your property. Agreements may be terminated at any time due to past due accounts.
ARCHITECTURAL EXTERIOR WORK POLICY
When an Exterior Work Permit is approved, the owner will be sent an 8 Â˝ 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.
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.
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LAKESIDE PARK RULES
Park for use by member and 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. PAGE 20 | SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2019
ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS WHO RENT OUT YOUR 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. Call Member Services at 770.721.7912 Mon-Fri 9:00am to 5:00pm for an appointment.
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SPORTS & FITNESS MY FAULT, MY MOST GRIEVOUS [FOOT] FAULT OK, I’ll be straight with you… here’s something that has really been bothering me: It seems to me that some players are foot faulting when serving. It’s bothersome, because there I am on the far side of the Court, maybe even behind the baseline, and so it’s true that my ability to see exactly where my opponent’s foot is at any one moment in the course of his or her serve is questionable, but it sure looks like a fault from where I am. Dare I call it? I sure can’t prove it. Worse, my opponent probably doesn’t even realize it’s happening… if it is. And even if realizing, surely it’s not intentional, so how much of a prig do I want to appear to be? The rules are pretty clear and apply to the server’s feet until the moment of contact between the server’s racquet and the ball: During the service motion, a server may not: • Change position by walking or running. Although slight movements of the feet are allowed. • Touch the baseline, or the court, with either foot. • Touch the area on the other side of an imaginary extension of the sideline. • Touch the imaginary extension of the center mark with either foot. Source: http://officialtennisrules.com/foot-fault/ #2 kind of threw me for a moment: “[not] Touch…the court” – Huh? Must one be levitating? No, it means crossing the baseline into the court area while serving is also a fault.
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by Maury Nunes
Anyway, I freely admit it’s a tough call, because once the racquet and ball meet, the server is free to followthrough or take off to a preferred location on the court. Still, I’m often very tempted to challenge from time to time, but so far I’ve held my tongue. As the true spirit of Lake Arrowhead Mixed Doubles is trusting opponents to make fair calls, I’m hoping that all will be here inspired to police themselves and their feet. For anyone who thinks they may be prone to foot faults, the easiest solution is to stand a bit back from the baseline rather than right at it, albeit doing so may increase exposure to a drop shot return. No doubt, what we need are professional referees and line judges for our Mixed Doubles games. I have to admit, though, if we we’re going to seek that kind of support, my first choice is that we get some ball boys and ball girls to retrieve the missed serves. [Might as well dream big!]
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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 | man.apc@ windstream.net) 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 email@example.com or 770.720.8961
ALTA TEAM PLAY is based out of BridgeMill as Lake Arrowhead is outside the ALTA boundaries. Contact Pat Perry at BridgeMill at 770.720.9635 or 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 | firstname.lastname@example.org). To check to see if a court is available, you may contact Membership at email@example.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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COMMUNITY INTEREST LAKE ARROWHEAD TRIVIA #62 | JuLY 18, 2019
– Morris A. Nunes, TriviaMaster
N.B. Lake 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. MNEMONIC CONTAINS 6 WORDS
3RD WORD: 5 LETTERS:
1st WORD: 4 LETTERS:
Movie Stars: Who was the comic movie star of the late silent period and talkies into the 1940’s who was born William Claude Dukenfield?
Anatomy: What name is given to the bones in the human hand at the base of the fingers? Political Science: What is the name for a political system in which power and control rests with a small number of people or with a particularly defined and limited group? Commerce: When a commercial advertisement refers to a Company as an OEM, what does that acronym stand for? Computers: What measure of computer memory equals one half of a byte? 2ND WORD: 7 LETTERS: Football: The trophy awarded to the team that wins the annual National Football League Super Bowl is named after a legendary figure in the NFL. Name him? Music: In music, what is the name for brisk or rapid tempo as might be indicated on sheet music? Scuba Diving: What is the term for the condition of artificial euphoria arising from the compression of nitrogen for divers at substantial depths? Mythology: Bacchus is the Roman God of wine; what’s the name for the analog Greek God of wine? Nicknames: Of what place are people native who are called Hoosiers? Religion: Who was the 20th Century American Christian theologian who wrote, among other influential books on religion and ethics, Moral Man and Immoral Society and The Nature and Destiny of Man? Colleges: The bulldog, as everyone presumably knows, is the mascot symbol of the University of Georgia. What District of Columbia University also uses the bulldog as its mascot symbol, though people their do not refer to themselves as “Dawgs”? PAGE 24 | SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2019
Literature: In the classic novel, Moby Dick, what is the name of the narrator? Optometry: What famous American is generally credited with originally inventing bifocal glasses? Geography: What city lies on the Southern shore of the Straits of Gibraltar? Finance: A graph in which interest rates are plotted against the length of time a loan or bond is to be outstanding shows what kind of figure? 4TH WORD: 5 LETTERS: Television: Who played the father on the iconic television show Father Knows Best? Trademarks: What brand of glue features a bull as part of its trademark? Nautical Engineering: What kind of boat, is popular for use in swampy areas, because it has a minimal draft and uses a propeller that is not designed to touch the water? Music: What rock group’s name was adopted from that of a type of truck considered a forerunner of a pick-up truck? Electronics: A coil that is wrapped around a metallic core and produces a magnetic field when an electric current is passed through it is called what? 5TH WORD: 4 LETTERS: Georgia: The U.S. Secretary of Agriculture is a former Governor of Georgia. Name him. Movies: On what fictional island does the movie Jaws take place?
Culture: What is considered the National Sport of Japan?
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COMMUNITY INTEREST L.A. ANNUAL YARD SALE WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY OCT. 12TH 8am-3pm at the North Gate - more details to follow
Hi Residents, Yes, it’s that time again. Residents have already been asking about the Yard Sale. October brings cooler weather & less humidity and before Daylight Saving Time. Here are some details: Time: Saturday Oct. 12th from 8-3pm Set up: as early as 7am Clean up begins at 3:15 Located: outside the NorthGate Spaces: $15 No cash please. Checks need to be made to: LAPOA Space size is about 15x15 Your check is due by Oct. 4th, Mail or drop @ 230 Hillside Dr. box 1224 Advertisements: Cherokee Ledger, Cherokee Tribute, blast emails & other websites to follow. Charity’s: Canton Community Church, Linda Davis Rolen, Cherokee County Homeless Veteran Program, Jim Lindenmayer Vendor’s: Dee Parker - Grill Hot Dogs, chips, cookies & water for $5 Complete Porta John Service, LLC, Kirby Grier I need: Lemonade Stand, Tupperware, Farm to Table, vegetables, jams & jellies Come out and join us. Thanks again, Helen & Rick Bondie, Host Sister Dee & Kenneth Parker PAGE 26 | SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2019
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COMMUNITY INTEREST BLUE AIN’T YOUR COLOR... SORRY KEITH, YES IT IS!!!
By Jill Strickland
Blue IS the color for the HatNotHate campaign !! This is a national education campaign against bullying! October is the month when sessions will be held in selected school areas to help educate, prevent and, hopefully, stop bullying. Blue hats will be given out to all attendees. The group is hoping for 25,000 hats and Shepherd’s Hook decided to join and gave 95 hats in July to Lion Brand Yarns!!! At this year’s half way point we have delivered 792 articles! We have given to the Cherokee Northside Hospital, Cherokee Health Department, West Point mothers who create care packages for our troops overseas, Samaritan’s Purse, and the Good Neighbor Shelter. More to come!!! Please bring your hooks or needles and join Shepherd’s Hook! They meet at the church on Monday’s at 10am. You do not need to be a member of the church to join. They are looking for people who want to help others by making beautiful creations. Yarn is being supplied by the Lake Arrowhead Church and private donations. Contributions for yarn (or empty your stash!) or financial assistance for yarn is appreciated. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or need yarn/donations picked up. We also do Shepherds@Home if you cannot come on Mondays or just want to work at home. Get in touch with me!
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2019 LAPOA COLLECTIBLE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT
# ornaments desired ________x $10 each Total = $ _______ check $________ Cash
It’s that wonderful time of the year once again! Your opportunity to purchase an ornament, which some might call a “Christmas tree ornament” and others might just call it a “Lake Arrowhead collectible ornament”. Resident artist, Jim Bennett, each year donates a painting of a scene somewhere around Lake Arrowhead which is then sent to a printing company that transposes the painting and the explanation of the picture onto a smoky white ornament.
(Note: Please make checks payable to LAPOA Name ___________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________
The ornament this year is entitled “Sunrise at the Marina on Lake Arrowhead” 2019. Jim’s paintings are highly sought-after and this is a way to own one of his beautiful paintings in miniature!
Email ___________________________________________________ Phone ___________________________________________________
The cost of each ornament is only $10 and all funds raised go to LAPOA for projects benefitting the community. If you are collecting the ornaments we have a few left from previous years… but not many so don’t miss out. Previous years’ ornaments are being sold for only $8.
Mail order form and payment to LAPOA Ornament c/o Carol Richards 130 Smohalla Ct., Waleska, GA 30183
You can order an ornament from the order form on this page, from a sales table at the next LAPOA quarterly meeting in October or at WACS events at the club house. You can also download the order form from the LAPOAGA web page, fill it out and send it in with your check.
Note: The scene painted on the ornament this year will be historic and especially collec6ble as the structure in the picture is to be demolished in the near future and a new structure will replace it. Please do NOT send cash in the mail.
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COMMUNITY INTEREST READING BETWEEN THE WINES
by Sarah Martin Jones What the Wind Knows – Amy Harmon. Seattle: Lake Union Publishing, 2019 Anne Gallagher grew up in New York knowing two things: she deeply loves her grandfather, who raised her after the death of her parents, and she loves telling stories, especially ones drawn from her Irish heritage. After his death in 2001, she takes a break from her successful career as a novelist to honor his last request: “Take my ashes back to Ireland and set me loose in the middle of Loung Gill.” A month later, as she scatters the ashes from a small red boat, a blanket of fog consumes her, transporting her back to Ireland in the 1920’s.
Quotations from the Irish poet W. B. Yates introduce each chapter, providing both emotional context and mirroring the plot. “Don’t go near the water, love. / Stay away from strand or sea. / You cannot walk on water, love; / The lough will take you far from me.”
Yes, this setup is reminiscent of The Outlanders series, but for anyone curious about the Irish struggle to win their independence from Great Britain, Harmon’s book is a great introduction. Based solidly on facts and historical events, the novel weaves together the story of one fictitious household – a home where Anne’s grandfather, Eoin, is a young boy of six and Anne is mistaken for his missing mother, presumed dead from the Easter Rising of 1916.
The ‘lough’ and the wind of the title represent the story’s theme of interconnection. “The wind and the water know all the earth’s secrets,” Anne’s grandfather tells her. “They’ve seen and heard all that has ever been said or done. And if you listen, they will tell you all the stories and sing every song. Millions and millions of lives. Millions and millions of stories.”
With its blend of fictional and real characters, including Michael Collins who worked tirelessly to bring about the 1922 treaty with the British, the plot moves forward through alternating viewpoints. One is Anne’s story as she navigates the unfamiliar world in which she finds herself (including shopping for appropriate ladies undergarments). The other is a diary kept by Dr. Thomas Smith, a supporter of the revolution and guardian of Eoin. His entries provide historical context while her chapters bring to life the personal element, including her growing love for Thomas.
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What keeps Anne in Ireland (and the reader whipping through the pages of this book) is one strong concept. A woman is given a chance to understand where she came from, why she believes as she does, and the importance of family. The fact that she meets her soulmate along the way is like the icing on the little cakes Anne shares with the elderly Maeve, who once was her twelve-year-old maid in the 1920’s. It’s a fitting ending to a story as satisfying as a warm Irish scone.
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Sarah Martin Jones is a former English teacher and author of Quicksand: A Cautionary Love Story. Her novel, Summer Squall, will be published by Sunbury Press in Fall 2019. You can reach her at email@example.com and read her book and wine pairings at www.SarahJonesAuthor.com. PAGE 30 | SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2019
COMMUNITY INTEREST TRIVIA #63 ANSWERS 6 WORDS: MOON LANDING FIFTY YEARS PAST
FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bifocals TANGIERS https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangier YIELD CURVE https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yield_curve
1st WORD: 4 LETTERS: MOON
4TH WORD: 5 LETTERS: YEARS
METACARPALS https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metacarpal_bones OLIGARCHY https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oligarchy ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER https://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Original_equipment_manufacturer NIBBLE https://www.techopedia.com/definition/5252/nibble
YOUNG, ROBERT https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father_Knows_Best ELMER’S https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elmer%27s_Products AIRBOAT https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airboat REO SPEEDWAGON https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/REO_Speed_ Wagon SOLENOID https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solenoid
2ND WORD: 7 LETTERS: LANDING LOMBARDI, VINCENT https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vince_ Lombardi_Trophy ALLEGRO https://www.dictionary.com/browse/allegro NARCOSIS (NITROGEN) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nitrogen_ narcosis DIONYSUS https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dionysus INDIANA https://www.dictionary.com/browse/hoosier?s=t NIEBUHR, REINHOLD https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reinhold_ Niebuhr GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Georgetown_University 3RD WORD: 5 LETTERS: FIFTY FIELDS, W.C. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._C._Fields ISHMAEL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ishmael_(Moby-Dick)
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COMMUNITY INTEREST THIS IS YO’ MAMMA TALKIN’!!
by Georgia Watts
I couldn’t count how many times my mom told me something…. over and over and over…. but I still didn’t get it! Probably not by choice but rather by not realizing that following her instructions could make my life so much easier!! With that being said, the Phone BOOK Directory Committee wants to remind you of the same thing that was printed in last month’s article regarding the Who, What, Why and Where of the upcoming update to our hard copy phone BOOK that will be printed in the Spring of 2020. The WHO The LA Phone BOOK is designed for use only by Lake Arrowhead residents. The BOOK is published by KDA (the same folks who publish this magazine). There is no cost to the residents for this service.
The WHAT a. The hard copy phone BOOK directory is a stand-alone project that is not integrated with other informational systems in Lake Arrowhead, ie: the LAPOA website, the Front Porch phone app, the BLAST. b. The information included in the BOOK is on a voluntary basis. It’s your choice to be in or out of it. It is assumed, however, that if you were in the past directory you have given permission for your info to be included. The WHY We’re repeating this info because lots of things are changing for the better in Lake Arrowhead and it’s easy to think one bit of information given to one group will follow through to the next group. The answer is: Maybe, Maybe Not! The WHERE We’re still in the FIRST stages of the Review Process for the next directory. For any ADDITIONS, DELETIONS, or CORRECTIONS we are providing you with a form that’s included with this article which can be mailed in or taken to the Club Office. You can also access this form on the LAPOA website www. lapoaga.com in a fillable PDF version which can be sent electronically.
The new community phone app, Front Porch, is also making the form available. Location: Front Porch app…. Under Documents (Download/print) then mail to the Admin office or email to firstname.lastname@example.org So……this is what we would like for you to do: Look at your current 2018 directory and check your info. If you don’t have a 2018 directory, you may obtain one at the Club Office. If your name is not in the 2018 directory, look at the Info Form provided with this article. If you completed one of these at your Initial Meeting with Marlyn in the Club Office in the past 2 years, do nothing at this time. Your name will be on a follow-up list later. If you are not sure whether you did or not, AND you want to be in the upcoming directory, complete the form and send it in. If you’ve been here forever and for some reason have not been included in the directory but would like to be, complete the form and send it in. If you want to CHANGE any information please complete the form with ALL of the info you wish in the Directory, NOT just the info you want changed, and send it in.
Thank You for your participation! Your 2020 Lake Arrowhead Phone Directory Committee Charlotte Bellantoni, Jill Conner, Peggy Thies, Georgia Watts and Lynn DeWolfe
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Lake Arrowhead Property Owners Directory Information Form The Lake Arrowhead Property Owners Directory is printed and distributed to all property owners every two years, thanks to the generosity of KDA Publications. It is the responsibility of a team of community volunteers to gather the necessary information for this publication. To expedite this process and to ensure that your directory information appears correctly in the next publication, please complete the following form and submit it to the administrative offices at the clubhouse OR you may scan the document once it is completed and email it to LAPOADirectory@gmail.com. We thank you for your cooperation in this ongoing effort from which everyone benefits! NOTE: This is not a legal docum ent, but r ather a social dir ector y, so please indicate nam e(s) as you would like to be addressed in a social setting, e.g., “Bob” instead of “Robert” if that is what you prefer. PLEASE PRINT LEGIBLY. First and Last Names of Property Owner (s): 1. 2. Additional ADULT Members of Your Household (who want to be listed in the directory):
Description of Lake Arrowhead Property: An existing home
A lot only
A home under/pending construction
Lake Arrowhead Street Address Mailbox Number (for North Entrance mailbox subscribers only) Alternate out-of-town mailing address (enter only if needed) : Street City, State, Zip Phone Numbers: Land Line (leave blank if not applicable) Cell
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