Lake Arrowhead Living NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2019
31ST ANNUAL LAKE ARROWHEAD CHURCH
Golﬁng Fore Children (GFC) Charity Golf Tournament and Fundraiser $38,000 was Raised for Six Local Children’s Charities—Angels on Horseback, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the Goshen Valley Foundation (Boys Ranch), Help a Child Ministry, Must Ministries, and Samaritan’s Purse—Operation Christmas Child. Pictured above are the GFC leads—Angela Gibney, Mike Gibney, Jill Strickland, Debbie Lane, and Marcia Terry Cover by Marilyn Biviano and Suzie Tarquinio
See Page 10 for a full write-up about this great event.
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Articles and photos for Lake Arrowhead Living should be sent to layccnews@ gmail.com by the 1st of the month for consideration for publishing in the next month's issue. Lake Arrowhead Living is a joint publication of Lake Arrowhead Yacht & Country Club and the Board of Directors of the Lake Arrowhead Property Owners Association. Lake Arrowhead Living is published FOR FREE by KDA & Tlehs for Lake Arrowhead Yacht & Country Club and the Lake Arrowhead Property Owners Association. Please support the businesses that advertise to make publishing your newsletter possible. Subject matter published is the opinion of the author and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the publisher of this newsletter. Professional advice should be obtained before making any decision in which a professional is readily available. Advertisers assume responsibility for the content of the ads placed in this publication. Material published may not be reproduced without the written permission of KDA & Tlehs. The contents of this newsletter are provided for the members of the Lake Arrowhead Property Owners Association neighborhood as a courtesy only. No representations are made as to information presented, the quality of the goods or services advertised, or the veracity of the statements relating to the goods and services. The printing of opinions, information or advertisements does not constitute an endorsement by the neighborhood of such opinions, information, goods or services.
UPCOMING EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
thanksgiving brunch THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH SEATINGS 11:00AM, 12:30PM, AND 2:00PM
Full Salad Bar, Carrot Raisin Salad, Grecian Pasta Salad, Loaded Potato Salad, Cucumber Onion Tomato Vinaigrette, Smoked Salmon Platter, Fresh Fruit Display Carved Prime Rib Au Jus, Hunter Style Slow Roasted Pork Loin Cajun Fried Turkey With Andouille Dressing Traditional Roasted Turkey with Giblet Gravy Fried Oysters & Shrimp Remoulade, Sweet Potato Souffle, Green Beans, Potatoes Lyonnaise, Harvest Corn with Limas, Candied Carrots Cakes: Carrot, German Chocolate, Coconut, Chocolate Pies: Bourbon Pecan Pie, Apple, Cherry Adults $26 | Children (Age 5-10) $12 Reservations 770.721.7900 X 3
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UPCOMING EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
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Thursday, December 5th
Cocktails & Canvas
Wednesday, December 11th 6:30pm to 8:30pm No experience necessary and all supplies are provided along with step-by-step instruction. Please wear paint friendly clothing! $25/person RSVP email@example.com
Saturday, December 7th 6:00pm to 10:00pm Get all dolled up and join us for an evening of dancing, fantastic food by Chef John, and holiday cheer. All are welcome. $60 per person. Reservations 770.721.7900 x 3 Appetizers Fresh Fruit, Veggies, Cheese, Crackers and dipping sauces
Thursday, December 12th 7:00pm to 9:00pm
House or Caesar salad Entrees 8oz tender Filet Rosemary Demi Glace
Brunch & Pictures with Santa
Chicken Marsala over Angel Hair Pasta Grilled Swordfish with Lemon Butter
Santa Claus is coming to Lake Arrowhead Saturday, December 14th 9:00am to 1:00pm. Brunch will be served and a photographer will be there to take pictures for you, they will be sent to you by email. Brunch Reservations 770.721.7900 x 3 Pictures are complimentary.
New Year's Eve Party page 6
Desserts Pumpkin Cheese Cake Italian Coffee Cake
with Hill Roberts Friday, December 20th 6:00pm to 9:00pm PAGE 5 | NOVEMBER // DECEMBER 2019
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Roaring 20's New Year's Eve Party! December 31st 6:00pm to Midnight The Roaring 20’s are back! We will be celebrating with a spectacular New Year’s Eve Party at the Highland Grill. Dress for the party and win prizes. Stay until midnight and we will toast to the New Year. Reservations & Details 770.721.7900 x 3
CANVAS AND COCKTAILS
Wednesday, January 8th | 6:30-8:30pm | cost $25 Enjoying painting the Evening sky that we see up here every day. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
CRAFT NIGHT WITH THE DECORKSHOP
Wednesday, January 15th | 7:00 - 9:00pm | Cost: $45+ Come join us for a night full of fun and creativity. During the party, we will guide you through the process of creating your own wood sign that you can take home with you at the end of the night (zip code sign can be customized). We will begin promptly at 7:00. Please wear paint friendly clothing. Space is limited so register ASAP online here... https://thedecorkshop.com/parties/craftnight-at-lake-arrowhead
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GOLF NEWS 2019 C L U B C H A M P I O N S H I P We had 28 competitors in 3 flights: Championship, Senior, and Ladies. Trophies were given for the Low Gross and Low Net scores in each flight. The overall Club Champion and Championship Flight winner, for
the fifth year in a row, was Brian Schell. The Ladies Champion, for the eighth year in a row, was Eleanor Gibbons. Larry Adams is the new the Senior Club Champion. Congratulations to all the winners!
CHAMPIONSHIP Brian Schell – 1st place Gross Mel Standley – 2nd place Gross Lee Heubner – 3rd place Gross Sean Webb – 1st Place Net George Gibbons – 2nd Place Net Brad Jones – 3rd place Net SENIOR Larry Adams – 1st Place Gross Dave Davis – 2nd Place Gross Craig Glasgow – 3rd place Gross Ralph Lumpkin – 1st Place Net Mike Johnson – 2nd Place Net TC Chapman – 3rd place Net LADIES Eleanor Gibbons – 1st Place Gross Pam Glasgow – 2nd Place Gross Suzie Champitto – 1st Place Net Arra Bolding – 2nd Place Net
770.721.7902 Tee Times 8am to 6pm Mon, Wed, Thu 7:30am to 6pm Fri – Sun The Driving Range closes at 5:00pm daily. Hours subject to change due to inclement weather/volume. The Club is now closed on Tuesdays for the Winter season.
2 0 1 9 G OLF E VE N T S C HEDULE 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. PAGE 7 | NOVEMBER // DECEMBER 2019
WITCHES AND WARLOCKS by Ruth Nunes The LALGA played host to the LAMGA at the league’s final golf event of the season. It was a perfect fall afternoon for golf. Overcast without rain, cool and not much wind. With Halloween just around the corner, the theme for the event was Witches & Warlocks. Twenty couples signed up to play and many came dressed in Halloween costumes. The format was a two person 9-Hole scramble with a least one member from the LGA or MGA. Each team was given a certain number of points to achieve based on their combined handicaps. Points were earned for bogey or better. With a shotgun start, the Witches & Warlocks headed out to their starting hole. It was time to enjoy a golf friendly evening with fellow golfers and that occasional awesome shot. By the end of play the sun was setting and the air was getting cool and the clubhouse was calling with food and drink.
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The clubhouse was festively decorated in Fall/Halloween décor by the LGA. Chef John prepared a delicious fall meal that included a salad bar, sautéed root vegetables, haricot verts with shallots and corn, rice, scalloped potatoes, meat loaf and baked chicken! Of course John never forgets to include desert in the LGA events which was a seasonal dish of Apple Cobbler. The restaurant staff was kept busy filling drink orders and the buffet supplied with food. A big Thank You ! to the Clubhouse Staff for a sumptuous dinner and excellent service. No small accomplishment with 40 + people to keep happy. While everyone else was enjoying the evening, and Joan Eberhardt was working hard to tally the scores to determine the winner for the evening. Prize money was awarded to the couple with the best costume and to top six teams for play. The winners were as follows:
Best Costume: Paula and Scott Hall dressed as pirates. 1st Place Tournament: Lynn DeWolfe and Chris Benway 2nd Place Tournament: Patti and Larry Adams 3rd Place: Delores and Jim Bennett 4th Place: Cissy and Buck Blum 5th Place: Suzie and Ray Champitto 6th Place: Marti Webb and Pat Farley Congratulations to all the winners and sincere thanks to the LALGA Board, players and clubhouse staff for making this such a successful event. One final note well worth mentioning. Though the temperatures were cooling as we gathered for dinner, the clouds drifted away gave way to a truly magnificent sunset. A fitting end to a great LALGA Season!
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GOLF NEWS 31st ANNUAL LAKE ARROWHEAD CHURCH GOLFING FORE CHILDREN CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT AND FUNDRAISER by Marilyn Biviano, Jill Strickland, Mike Gibney, Marcia Terry and Debbie Lane; photographs by Suzie Taraquinio, Marilyn Biviano, Rob Petmecky, and Bobby DeCoux What were you doing in 1989? Lake Arrowhead Church was holding the first Annual Golfing Fore Children Charity Tournament. Over the years, many children’s charities have benefited from the proceeds. The secret to the success lies right here in the Lake Arrowhead community. The proceeds of the tournament this year go to Angels on Horseback, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the Goshen Valley Foundation (Goshen Valley Boys Ranch), Help a Child Ministry, Must Ministries, and Operation Christmas Child (a project of Samaritan’s Purse). Please see page 11 for more information on the specific charities.
DEAR LAKE ARROWHEAD COMMUNITY: Lake Arrowhead Church announced that $38,000 was raised at the 31st annual Golfing Fore Children tournament held on September 27. This was a significant increase over the monies raised in all previous years. On behalf of Marcia Terry (co-chair) and myself, we wish to express our most sincere gratitude to the Lake Arrowhead community for your continued support. This is a very special community, full of caring, love, and a genuine interest in helping our neighbors. The church gives 100 percent of the funds raised to the six local children’s charities named and described in the following article. These six charities are wellequipped to help children in crisis and provide opportunity to change the trajectory of their young lives. As a community, we should feel good that so many kids will be helped through our gifts. A special thanks to the many donors, the Hole-in-One Sponsors--Day’s Chevrolet of Jasper and Dixon’s Golf ($1,000 American Express Card), the 7 Gold Sponsors, 11 Silver Sponsors, over 125 hole sponsors, fabulous silent auction donations such as the 4 tickets to see Elton John live at State Farm Arena, one week at a 3-bedroom condo in Saint Augustine, FL, valuable art work by local artists such as Billie Mathis and Jim Bennett, and the over 30 volunteers that made the tournament run smoothly and successfully. Thanks to Uel Kemp and Kevin Aines for managing and hosting Golfing Fore Children tournament at the beautiful Lake Arrowhead (Highlands) Golf Course and Clubhouse. Chef John Wilbert, Dining Room Manager Elizabeth Raymond and their excellent staffs provided excellent golfing support, breakfast and lunch, and a memorable awards ceremony. - Mike Gibney
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LAKE ARROWHEAD CHURCH (LAC) GOLFING FORE CHILDREN CHARITIES Angels on Horseback provides therapeutic equineassisted activities to individuals with mental, physical or emotional disabilities and to encourage growth through the benefits of horse and human relationships. Located in Jasper, Georgia, they offer therapeutic horseback riding and other equine activities that provide improved strength, flexibility, muscle tone and motor skill development while providing tremendous emotional benefits to their students. Their instructors are certified by PATH International and are trained to work with individuals with disabilities to learn proper horsemanship skills in an equine environment. For program information contact call Tammy Hermann at 770-608-0297 and for volunteering call Karen Davis 404-372-6018. Their web site is angelsonhorseback.org FCA – Fellowship of Christian Athletes, an interdenominational Christian sports ministry working to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. FCA communicates faith and hope while providing athletes and coaches the opportunity to gain athletic and spiritual insight and to interact with positive Christian role models from the college and professional ranks. Their goal is to have a presence on every high school and middle school campus and every sporting event in Cherokee County. Their staff also offers summer worship camps at local churches. FCA has conducted a summer worship camp at Lake Arrowhead Church (LAC) for the past few years where we have had several participants give their lives to Christ and LAC is looking forward to their Mega Sports Church Camp
June 8-11, 2020. Primary contact for this charity is Bill Queen, Area Director at 404-441-3508. The national web page for FCA is at www.fca.org. The Goshen Valley Foundation is comprised of three programs: Goshen Valley Boys Ranch, Goshen New Beginnings and Goshen Homes, all with the mission of providing peace and purpose to youth in foster care. Goshen Valley Boys Ranch, a toprated group home in Georgia, is home to 46 young men in foster care age 8-18. Goshen New Beginnings works with young men and women age 18 to 21 preparing them for independent life after their time in foster care is completed. Goshen Homes provides loving family environments to youth in foster care while keeping siblings together and in their home community. The Goshen Valley Foundation provides safe and purposeful environments for around 90 young men, women, and children each day. Since 1999 they have celebrated 38 graduations, 27 adoptions, 8 joined military service and 603 total youth served. The contact for this organization is Zach Blend, Canton Office, 770-3459535. Web page: goshenvalley.org Help A Child Ministry is a local charity. HAC assists elementary school aged children in Cherokee County, Georgia. HAC’s mission is to reflect the love of Jesus Christ by assisting local children and families in need. The ministry personnel work directly with school counselors who identify those in need of food, school supplies or other specific needs. Help A Child Ministry was chosen as Clayton Elementary School’s Partner of the Year in 2018. The contact for this ministry is Dave PAGE 11 | NOVEMBER // DECEMBER 2019
GOLF NEWS Goodrich at 770-324-7230, email@example.com or via the web page HACMinistry.com MUST Ministries has helped needy families in Cherokee County for over 30 years. The MUST Ministries Program Services in Cherokee County offer clients food and clothing assistance, referral assistance, financial assistance for rent and utilities and employment assistance. Clients participate in a variety of classes in the classroom and the computer lab, both staffed by volunteers. The MUST Supportive Housing Program provides long-term housing for individuals who have been chronically homeless and have some type of verifiable disability. The Motel Voucher Program provides emergency shelter to those living in homelessness for up to 30 days while they work with a case manager to find permanent housing. The MUST Summer Lunch program provides a sack lunch each summer weekday to over 7,000 children in seven counties in Georgia. Since 1995, they have prepared over 2.14 million lunches with 76,608 lunches served to children in the Cherokee area this past summer (2019). Some other statistics for 2018 are: • 524,194 pounds of groceries distributed to 15,703 clients including 3,196 students and their families in the school panties • 489 Thanksgiving boxes to 1,600 residents in Cherokee county • 70,436 meals to homeless
HOLE-IN-ONE SPONSOR A special thanks to Andrew Diemer, Dealer Principal, of Day’s Chevrolet of Jasper for sponsoring our vehicle Hole-in-One. The prize this year was a Blazer with a retail value of $36,000! Andrew enjoys giving back to the community he serves and was an enthusiastic contributor to the Golfing Fore Children this year. While nobody won the vehicle, Steve Hopson came closest—he was two feet from the hole.
• 135,991 clothing items distributed with 4,148 children serviced with hats, scarves, gloves, blankets, underwear and socks • 9,635 hygiene kits given away • 910 shelter guests • 618 people found work through the personal training and coaching from MUST staff and volunteers The contact for this charity is Breier Sanders, 470-651-8405 or bsanders@ mustministries.org or their primary web page of https://www.mustministries. org/cherokee-co Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Each Christmas shoe boxes are given to underprivileged children ages 2-14. In the hands of local churches, every gift-filled shoe box is a powerful tool for evangelism and discipleship—transforming the lives of children and their families through the Good News of Jesus Christ! The postage to mail these boxes is paid for by the Lake Arrowhead Church – all 430 were shipped last year to the next receiving station. The goal for 2019 is 500 boxes – please consider filling a box (available at the church.) The contact for this great mission is Jeannie Edwards at 678.591.0581 or firstname.lastname@example.org PAGE 12 | NOVEMBER // DECEMBER 2019
Day's Chevrolet Jasper Hole-in-One Prize--2019 Blazer
Mike Gibney with Andrew Diemer, General Manager, Days Chevrolet of Jasper
2019 TEAMS PAGE 13 | NOVEMBER // DECEMBER 2019
2019 TOURNAMENT WINNERS
Flight 1, 1st Place Marty Paris, Tony Gineris, Brayton Gineris, Brooks Gineris Flight 1, 2nd Place Bill Maynard, Ralph Lumpkin, Brian Schnell, TC Chapman Flight 1, 3rd Place Tim Tarley, Alan Peterson, Jessie Stills, Dave Petersen Flight 2, 1st Place John Tyner, Al Keel, David Livingstone Flight 2, 2nd Place Greg Mathis, Mason Mathis, Derek Young, Norman McClung Flight 2, 3rd Place Steve Major, Phyllis Major, Bud Milam, Tony Miller Flight 3, 1st Place Brian Bazemore, John McLellan, Ted Schlitz, Mike Gibney Flight 3, 2nd Place Deb Bettencourt, Chris Bettencourt, Cee Rakestraw, Don Rakestraw Flight 3, 3rd Place Nyle Srok, Julie Srok, Tom Srok Flight 4, 1st Place Dave Olsen, Dale Sommer, Dale Sommer Jr., Jeannie Sommer Flight 4, 2nd Place Maury Nunes, Ruth Nunes, Debbie Haley, Tom Haley-Team 4A Flight 4, 3rd Place Keith Gervickas, Eleanor Gibbons, Jerry Hood, Beth Hood
In Memory of Bob Bettencourt
A great husband, father, friend and golfer. We will all miss Bob on the Lake Arrowhead golf course and his positive, long-time contributions to the Lake Arrowhead community.
Thank you for kind remembrances of Cpl. Mike Warnke
So long dear friend.
- All of Us in the Lake Arrowhead Community
To all of our Lake Arrowhead Community, Please accept our deepest gratitude for your thoughts and prayers, the meals you made, the flowers you sent and your presence at the services for our most wonderful Son. RickÂ and Pat Warnke & Family
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GOLD SPONSORS Jennifer R. Mauney Joe and Marilyn Biviano John and Meri McLellan Lisa Steele (LMS Investment Properties) Steve and Phylis Major Tim and Michele Olson Xceptional Wildlife SILVER SPONSORS AMAC Logistics—Bob and Deb Bettencourt Dave Davis—KBD Foundation Goshen Valley Boys Ranch Jeff and Kathy Deardon Jerry and Beth Hood Lake Arrowhead Men’s Golf Association—Ralph Lumpkin Luke Howard Allstate Agency Path and Post Shane Benefield-Alston Construction Steve Hopson—Fore Ever Farms HOLE SPONSORS Affinity Claim Consultants Anonymous Atomize Collision Center Azure Salon and Spa Berkshire Hathaway-Kaylin Pound Dreyer Bill and Donna Early (In Memory of Matthew Early) Bill and Joan Eberhardt Bill and Pat Shirley Bob and Jill Rose Brandon Pest Control Bridgemill Dentistry Bud and Jane Milam Buffalo's Café Canton Funeral Home Canton Insurance Agency-Michael Chastain Canton Northside Pharmacy Canton Physical Therapy Canton Termite and Pest Control Carl and Debbie Lane Charles and Vikki Kaiser Chevrolet of Canton (Russell Juliani) Cindy Rincon Cloud Supply Connie Thomas Cruise Planners (Lori Haigwood) Dalton Marine Inc Daniel's Home Services Darby Funeral Home Daryl King DeAllende Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar
Don and Brenda Sosbe Downtown Fringe Salon E.F. Thomas & Sons Edward Jones Investments-Kellee Lee and Mike Harper Edward Jones-Travis Ned Castleberry Elder Financial Services (Nationwide) Eleanor Frongillo ERA Sunrise Realty Farmers Insurance Thomas Insurance Company (Mike Thomas) Frances Mauney Green Heating and Cooling H2GO - Mobile Marine Hair Etc Hana Japanese Restaurant Health Source Chiropractic Help A Child Ministry (Clayton Feed) Lee Weaver Herndon Heating & Air Howard Olson Howards Auto Body Infiniti Roofing and Remodeling J. Stevens Painting Jack and MaryBeth Shoffstall Jasper Jeep Jill Strickland Jim and Charlotte Herndon Jimand Melinda Becker John and Janet Windham John and Lorraine Donohue Johnnie's Pizza (2 signs) Junk Drunk Jones Kathy May Ken McGarry Homes Knox Bridge Lana S. Chadwick Lisa Hodge Lloyd Family Dental Care Luna Maya Magnolia Salon and Spa Majestic Lifestyle Builders Malone Insurance Agency Farmers Insurance Marsha Malone Marcia Terry Mark Holladay MB Flooring - Matt Brown Michael and Martha Warnock Mid City Pharmacy Mike and Sally Miller Minuteman-Susan Thomas Moss Family Chiropractic Nelson and Penny Farr Patricia Dame Paula Sapp/Shear Salon Design Petmecky Law Group
Precision Motorcars Quick Vet Services (Dr. Hal Stoltz) Raydeo Red Oak Painting Regenerative Cell Therapy of GA Resilient Horizons, LLC Rick and Helen Bondie Rick Warneke Riverstone Dental Roberta Wendling Roswell Asset Advisors Salon Lafaye - Rhonda Brown Salon Soleil - Kim Schader Sarah James Scott Walker Scrub Essentials Senior Helpers Shepherds Hook/Jill Strickland Sister Circle Solid Source Realty (Valerie Jean Wood) Southernite Interiors LLC State Farm (Jey Willis) Steve and Janet Miller Stinger Plumbing Summitt Boone Realtor Sword and Phelps, DDS The Basket Shack Café The Last Catch Theresa Shannon Thomas Insurance Tim King - Remax Tom and Susan Tarquinio Tom's Awesome Seafood Ty and Susan Thomas UPS Store Wellness for Life CBD of Canton - Jana Rice Pat and Charlotte Bellatoni
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CLUB BUSINESS 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.
SECURITY UPDATE The holidays are upon us-hooray. Please furnish your guest lists a few days before your event to one of our gates and we will take a copy to the other gate. This will ensure your guests will have a pass to enter our community in a timely manner. Since our road system is a challenge on a good day, please observe our 25 MPH speed limit protecting your family and others including our wildlife- 4 legged. We have seen snow in December so now is the time to place a blanket, etc. in your vehicle. Stock up on can goods for your home, an independent cooking source i.e. propane cooking plate, several good books and games for the kids. Our crime rate is low. During the holiday season we have deliveries to our home which can create a crime of opportunity so be vigilante. Report any suspicious activity or vehicles to Cherokee 911 or their non-emergency number 678-493-4080, and L.A. Security. Keep any valuables out of sight in your vehicle at home or away.
Edith Jaynes Thomas Jackson Karen Jackson Dorothy Lang Ronald Ball Cecelia Ball Andrea Camp Michael Downes John Padgett Anita Padgett Barbara Dann Patricia Battersby Susan Anthony Stuart Anthony Mary Konopka Ronald Konopka Deborah Cargle Luther Wally Sims Brenda Sims Sandra Doyle David Kopsho Susan Kopsho Anthony McWhorter Lindsey McWhorter Karl Bealke Lynne Bealke WELCOME NEW OWNERS
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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. PAGE 18 | NOVEMBER // DECEMBER 2019
CLUB BUSINESS It’s that time of year again to renew your Dry Storage contract. The 2020 Dry Storage fee is $540.00. The due date is Tuesday, December 10, 2019, for contracts and full payment. Contracts will be mailed. If your payment and completed contract have not been received by the 27th, you will receive a $50 late fee. Dry Storage decals will be mailed in January upon receipt of full payment and completed contract. Boat registration information will be available in February, 2020. Forms may be downloaded from our website at: Lakearrowheadclub.net. All items in Dry Storage MUST display the current decal to continue using Lake Arrowhead Dry Storage. Your contract will not be renewed and your space will be given to the next on the list. To RENEW your DRY STORAGE contract for 2020: We must receive both a signed and completed contract. We must receive payment of $540 per space before the due date to avoid late fee. Mail both payment and contract to: 486 Arrowridge, Waleska, GA 30183
To CANCEL your DRY STORAGE contract: Notify the office at email@example.com or call 770 721-7912. Remove your property before January 1, 2020. Return the key to the office (key deposits will be credited to your account). After December 31st, if we have not received a completed contract, full payment and your property is occupying or obstructing a dry storage space, you will be charged a per diem fee and the property may be towed at the owner’s expense. 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 or unregistered boats. Thank you for your cooperation and prompt attention regarding this matter!
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SPORTS & FITNESS BLEW ANOTHER ONE! ARGGHH! – PART I
by Maury Nunes – Ink-Stained Tennis Wretch
The title of this Article reflects a phrase I found myself saying with self-contempt much too often. I had a nice easy shot to make and I readily launched the ball somewhere it shouldn’t go, too often out of the Court entirely or now and then directly into the net. Once in a while it might have even been a complete whiff; no contact whatever between the ball and racquet. Enough of these make for a really miserable day on the tennis courts and a really huge collection of them yielding a deeply negative tone that lasts well beyond tennis time. These terrible shots (and they can be rotten serves, too) are officially called Unforced Errors. Their antonym is Winner, meaning a shot that wins the point because the opposing player can’t return it. Recently, however, while watching some of the matches of the U.S. Open on television, I was astounded to see a pretty high number (CPA’s would call this a “material number”) for Unforced Errors for just about every
player. I mean, after all, these are the Professionals! How can they afford so many errors when their livelihood depends on minimizing these? Turns out that one frequently cited statistic these days is the ratio of Winners/Unforced Errors. So, I’m thinking for the Professionals it must be something like 5/1, right? 4/1? Not even close! 1.2 for Men is considered really good and 1.0 for Women. There’s no apparent explanation for this gender difference, nor, frankly, can I imagine one. [Source: http://www.tennisabstract.com/ blog/2015/09/04/a-closer-look-at-the-winner-unforcederror-ratio/] That made me feel somewhat better. My self-contempt kind of ratcheted down to just self-disgust. But there’s more to the story and Magazine space limitations mandate that further discussion ensue next month. Stay Tuned!
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COMMUNITY INTEREST LAPOA ELECTS NEW BOARD MEMBERS
by Maury Nunes, President
On Saturday, October 26, the Annual Meeting for the Lake Arrowhead Property Owners Association was held and included election for 3 Board Seats of 7. Elections are held every year for staggered 2-year terms. 4 seats will be up for election in October, 2020.
Newly elected to the Board are:
Des Martin – formerly of High Point & now a Phase I resident Gail McGurk – a Phase I resident Rod Sudbeck – a Sanctuary Cove resident
Thanks to John Chastain and Jessica Duetta for their work in receiving, counting and verifying all ballots and announcing results. Votes were received both by mail in early voting and in person at the Meeting. Of 1972 recognized eligible properties for which votes could be cast, the turnout of only 242 votes was a disappointment, especially as there were more than three candidates and the opportunity for write-in candidates. The Board met for its organizational meeting to elect Officers until the next Annual Meeting. By unanimous vote in each case, all current Officers were re-elected:
Maury Nunes – President Jim Herndon – Treasurer Sally Winchester – Secretary
Dawn James-Townes – Executive Vice President Richard Piercy – Asst. Treasurer Kathy Dietz – Asst. Secretary
Sally and Kathy are not Board members. Since 2016, the Board has elected non-members to fill the Secretarial roles to allow all Board members to participate in discussions and deliberations without the distraction of taking Minutes and fulfilling other tasks. Sally and Kathy are to be commended for volunteering for these important posts. Also, in accord with policy since 2016, the Board Members accepted liaison roles for the standing Committees that remain important to LAPOA operations:
Administrative : Maury Nunes Environmental : Richard Piercy Golf: Maury Nunes Restaurant: Gail McGurk
Communications: Dawn James-Townes Fundraising: Des Martin Infrastructure: Rod Sudbeck Safety & Security: Jim Herndon
Owners are reminded that openings are available on a number of Committees. If you have an interest in making a positive difference, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org about volunteering. Upcoming LAPOA membership meetings for the coming year have been set for:
February 29 – Quarterly Meeting May 30 – Quarterly Meeting July 25 – Quarterly Meeting October 24 – Annual Meeting
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COMMUNITY INTEREST LAKE ARROWHEAD CHURCH IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF A NEW PASTOR! Monty Watson, and his wife Kathy, will be moving to the Lake Arrowhead community over Christmas week. The Watsons are coming from Austin, Texas, where Monty has been a lead pastor for the last ten years. Prior to that, Monty was a pastor in Washington, DC, and in Roswell, Georgia. Monty and Kathy were born and raised in Arcadia, Louisiana, and grew up together. They accepted Christ on the same day as children, were high school sweethearts, and married in 1983. Monty writes this about a defining season in his life. “When I was 16 years old, my dad suddenly died of heart attack. He died in my arms. The grief of that time left me confused and doubting God’s love. For a few years, I drifted from Him. During my second year in college, at Louisiana Tech University, I attended a popular Bible study on campus. It was led by a young businessman and former LSU football player. I admit I went to the Bible study because of all the pretty girls, but over time the speaker grabbed my attention. That young businessman invested in me and several of my college friends over the next three years, and that season reignited my faith and gave me a desire to walk with God and serve Him.” Monty graduated with an accounting degree and graduated from seminary with a masters in theology. His wife Kathy also graduated from seminary with a degree in religious education focusing on children. Kathy has served on church staff and been an elementary school teacher. The Watsons have two sons. Andy, and his wife Tori, have three children and live in Canton, Georgia. And their younger son Adam, and his wife Laura, are involved in ministry in Austin, Texas. Monty and Kathy would love to meet you, and we’d love for you to meet them. So, come visit with us one Sunday soon. Our worship service is at 10:30 each Sunday morning. Our desire as a church is to serve our community. If there is any way in which we can serve you and your family, please let us know. The church’s phone number is 770-479-3886.
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COMMUNITY INTEREST LAKE ARROWHEAD TRIVIA #65
September 26, 2019 – Morris A. Nunes, TriviaMaster
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Language: What abbreviation when appearing in a footnote refers to a source already cited, but not in the immediately preceding footnote? Fashion: In the 1970’s what accessorizing article of clothing became very popular for woman after Olivia Newton John wore them as her final costume in the movie Grease? Movies: Who was the third talented dancer who starred with Debbie Reynolds and Gene Kelly in the classic movie, Singin’ in the Rain? Sayings: What River did Julius Caesar reportedly decide to cross that has entered the language to mean a point of no return? Taxation: Taxes on alcohol, gambling, prostitution and cigarettes, are examples of taxes that are considered harmful to society or individuals and fall under what general name? 4TH WORD: 10 LETTERS: Landmarks: What is the largest room in the White House? Education: The student who gives an address on behalf of a graduating class, often chosen by academic rank, is given what title? Chemistry: What condition is said to exist when a chemical reaction has reached the point where the concentrations of reactants and products cease to change? Presidents: What was the maiden name of President Nixon’s wife, Pat? Royalty: Until her divorce from Prince Andrew, Sarah Ferguson was Duchess of what? Colleges: Harvard is the oldest university in the USA. What University is the second oldest? Geometry: A closed polygon with seven sides has what name? Theater: What hit Broadway musical was based on the life of the second wife of Dictator Juan Peron?
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COMMUNITY INTEREST LA PROPERTY OWNERS REGIONAL FINALISTS ON 2018 BBC SCOTLAND'S HOME OF THE YEAR In 2018 we entered a TV competition to select BBC Scotland’s Home of the Year 2018. For purpose of the competition, Scotland was divided into seven regions with three homes selected from each of the seven regions. Our home was selected as a finalist for the Islands Region but alas we did not win. That said, a film crew and media team arrived on Sept.01, 2018 and filmed our home and interviewed us. Our home was shown along with the other two Islands Region finalists when the series aired on BBC Scotland in April-May, 2019. The photo at right shows us being interviewed and as is evident, I am wearing my Lake Arrowhead golf shirt. This caused some consternation with the film director as the state owned BBC do not have program commercials and frown on logos – even small logos. It was touch and go whether I could wear it or not but the director grudgingly accepted it.
This all came to mind when we visited LA and enjoyed an excellent lunch at the Highlands Grill on September 26 just after we had returned from Scotland and stayed in Georgia for four days before heading to Florida. After lunch, we visited the Golf Store and it dawned on me that I was wearing the very same shirt and explained it’s recent Scottish TV debut to the lovely lady who was helping me look for my size in another shirt. - Alex & Carol Holmes
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$1,400 RAISED FOR LAPOA A fun-filled 3-day coach trip to Nashville on October 21 st raised $1,400.00 for the LAPOA coffers. Thirty-six participants enjoyed an informative city tour with a knowledgeable guide, along with a dinner theatre presentation at the Nashville Nightlife Theatre, in addition to a super Grand Ole Opry show. A trip to the Opryland hotel provided a ride on the flatboats and a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry was very interesting. We even were given the chance to sing on the Opry stage!.....standing in the circle of wood brought from the Ryman Theatre and installed center-stage at this newer Opry facility. This special Circle of wood was where the stars stood to entertain multitudes for so many decades from the Ryman Theatre. Pictures are of group upon return, and the other is Brenda Daly making the check presentation at the Property Owners meeting.
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COMMUNITY INTEREST ADVENTURES OF SEAEAGLE - Maine to Rhode Island June 2019
by John Poidevant, Ph.D.
Continued from last month's issue... On Friday morning the crew awoke to much improved conditions. The fog was lifting and more importantly, the winds were forecast to fill in from the northwest at 10-20 knots. SeaEagle was underway by 8:30 a.m. and enjoyed freshening winds throughout the day. The wind direction was perfect and soon SeaEagle was moving down the coast at optimal speeds averaging over 7 knots with occasional bursts to 8.5 knots. These idyllic conditions were soon interrupted by a large object identified 100 feet off the beam of the boat. â€œWhale Ho!â€? was shouted as a large whale surfaced near our vessel. Confirmation of the sighting was soon evident when a malodorous air drifted in our direction! Whales are noted to emit strong odors when surfacing and the crew of SeaEagle can attest to this phenomenon. As SeaEagle approached Saco Bay, they encountered strong adverse currents from the confluence of the Saco River with receding tides. Chris was at the helm and skillfully guided our vessel around numerous lobster pots and tidal surges as we approached the moorings.
After entering the anchorage, we were greeted by a friendly college student in the Biddeford Yacht Club Launch who took us to shore for hot showers and supplies. The crew departed for Gloucester Bay early on Saturday morning under cloudy conditions and strengthening winds. The winds remained favorable from the northwest and SeaEagle made excellent progress toward her destination of the Eastern Point Yacht Club. The clouds continued to build throughout the day. As SeaEagle entered the small anchorage, a squall struck with ferocity. A confined anchorage, high winds, and a heavy full keeled cruising boat equate to a very hazard circumstance. The Skipper and crew quickly exited SeaEagle for deeper water and found a secure spot in the bay with an available mooring ball. After the squall passed, the crew returned to the anchorage for a beautiful sunset, dinner, and showers. The Cape Cod Canal was the destination for Sunday and SeaEagle was underway by 7:00 a.m. Exiting the harbor yielded a surprise when a large cruise ship abruptly appeared around the jetty and required an evasive maneuver by Skipper John. After avoiding the ship, the crew was greeted by blue skies,
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COMMUNITY INTEREST EEKS! WAC CARD MAKERS CRAFT HALLOWEEN NOTECARDS
by Tommy C. Simmons, WAC Co-Treasurer
Lake Arrowhead’s talented card makers and scrapbook artists, Barb May, Gayle Matson, Patti Adams and Jean Nigro were called back to host a second card-making workshop and luncheon in the club dining room on Sept. 11. Through limiting the number of participants, the talented teachers are able to assist each student in making at least four cards. The Halloween card used stamps, cut outs, inking and collage techniques in a card titled “Eek!” Another required painting sunflowers and two more card styles featured yarn trim, cut outs, stamping and rule highlighting. In addition to crafting cards, the Women’s Activity Club enjoyed a delicious and beautifully presented luncheon featuring Chicken Cordon Bleu roasted in delicate pastry by Chef John Wilbert. Lake Arrowhead’s Women’s Activity Club meets usually on the second Wednesday of every month. Some programs are in-house at the club, others are field trips or outings to gardens and historic sights. Annual dues are $10.
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The next meeting will be on the third Wednesday, Oct. 16 and will be a docent-guided tour by Marilyn Charles and Barb Liptak of the Funk Heritage Museum exhibits on the Reinhardt University campus. For details, call Tommy Simmons at 678-880-6543. Men are invited to this program as well as WAC members and guests. For November, the Women’s Activity Club will host a show and tell luncheon for book clubs and reading enthusiasts. Bring your favorite book and tell others in a few words why you love it and would recommend it to others. Sarah Martin Jones, author and book review/ wine columnist for the Lake Arrowhead Living magazine, will talk about her writing, her latest book and how she got interested in writing novels. Since Lake Arrowhead has at least half a dozen active book clubs, the Women’s Activity Club is inviting all book club members to this program on Nov. 13 at 11:30 at the clubhouse. They do not have to be members of the Women’s Activity Club to come to this event and luncheon. Cost is $18, which covers lunch and door prize ticket. Reservations deadline for the Book Lovers Luncheon is Nov. 6. Send reservations check to: Tommy Simmons, WAC cotreasurer, 284 Hillside Drive, Waleska, GA 30183.
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. 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! 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. 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.
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Name ___________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ Email ___________________________________________________ Phone ___________________________________________________ Mail order form and payment to LAPOA Ornament c/o Carol Richards 130 Smohalla Ct., Waleska, GA 30183 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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occurs when Graca and the Boys return to Brazil to perform at the Copacabana Palace – the one stage she was denied at the start of her career. It becomes her best and worst performance. What can be said about Samba can be applied to the two girls. They are always there for one another. Crying, laughing, climbing, failing. In short, they are each other’s air. Dores. Graca. Jega. Sofia. The names do not matter. A good friend is simply that. Always there for the other … until they aren’t.
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COMMUNITY INTEREST Hello Residents, The morning of October the 12th came very early. Our residents were lined up before 7 a.m. ready to set up. Sister Dee had the flash light looking up your designated site number. Everyone was in a great mood. The weather was questionable, it started off very cool and gave way to a sunny day. I will alway try to accommodate your request for shade but I can never promise. As the sun rises and the earth revolves can make it pretty hard to predict shade. Next year if you join us, a good suggestion to help with the sun and weather is to put up a tent and place your items on a table for viewing. Also, a tent is more festive. We all were looking forward to the 2 charities I had in place to take the remaining treasure you were going to donate. Circumstances took over. Linda with the Canton Community Church had a family medical emergency and to short of a notice to get another member of the church to help out. Jim Lindenmayer with the Cherokee Co. Homeless Veteran’s Program was inundated with the contributions during the yard sale. I want to thank all the residents for understanding these circumstances. Nevertheless, I spoke to so many of you about your sales. Yes, sales were down but we still had an awesome time. Thanks to all that participated to once again made this a successful Community Yard Sale. Many thanks to: • sister Dee, Rick & Kenneth on the grill • Lisa Shealy - Cub Scouts for popcorn • Rick & Gail Salese - The GA Dawg tent • Jim Lindenmayer & Team - American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 45 • Greg Cantrell - for coordinating the yellow ribbons to be put up on Friday afternoon • LAPOA - for the displaying of the Yard Signs • Kirby w/ Complete Porta John Serv. - Always a very clean Porta John Thank you again for your support. Helen & Rick Bondie w/ Sister Dee & Kenneth Parker Celebrating 10 years of Hosting
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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):
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