April / May 2021

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Lake Arrowhead Living APRIL TO MAY 2021

This beautiful photo of Lake Arrowhead was taken by Andrea Ciupak


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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 UEL KEMP General Manager/Director of Golf 770.721.7902 | ukemp@lakearrowheadga.com GREG CANTRELL Director of Property Management 770.721.7920 | gcantrell@lakearrowheadga.com MARLYN PATOUILLET Member Services 770.721.7912 | membership@lakearrowheadga.com

inside this issue... 04 ACTIVITIES & EVENTS

MELISSA DEEMS Account Analyst/Billing 770.721.7907 | mdeems@lakearrowheadga.com


NICOLE FITZGERALD Lifestyle Director activities@lakearrowheadga.com


THE HIGHLANDS COURSE GOLF PRO SHOP 770.721.7902 | golf@lakearrowheadga.com THE HIGHLANDS GRILL 770.721.7900 x 3 | dining@lakearrowheadga.com JASON DANNEMAN Executive Chef/Food & Beverage Director 770.721.7900 x 3 | jdanneman@lakearrowheadga.com ELIZABETH RAYMOND Restaurant Manager 770.721.7900 x 3 | eraymond@lakearrowheadga.com CATERING & EVENTS 770.721.7900 x 3 | events@lakearrowheadga.com SECURITY security@lakearrowheadga.com North Gate 770.479.2565 | South Gate 770.479.2848 BUDDY MOSS Director of Security 770.721.7911 REAL ESTATE SALES OFFICE 770.720.2700 BOATHOUSE/MARINA Capt. Rob James 770.479.6500 | marina@lakearrowheadga.com

LAPOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS President..... John Stein Executive Vice President..... Rod Sudbeck Treasurer...... Gail McGurk Asst Treasurer..... Eileen Oberg Communications Committee: Kristine Bradford Infrastructure & Amenities Committee: Rod Sudbeck Safety and Security Committee: Kristine Bradford Golf Committee: Flip Varney Environmental Committee: Jeff Schwartz Fundraising Committee: Eileen Oberg Restaurant Committee: Gail McGurk Administration: John Stein and Eileen Oberg

CONTACT US TODAY! 770-623-6220 sales@kda-communications.com


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All new articles and photos for Lake Arrowhead Living should be sent to layccnews@gmail.com by the 10th 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 content of this newsletter is 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. PAGE 3 | APRIL // MAY 2021

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Spring Fling Vendor Fair Come Shop and support local vendors in a Lake Arrowhead exclusive shopping event. Clothing, Crafts, Food, Accessories, Candles and More!

Come shop an Exclusive 4 You Event! All things Spring will be on display. Clothing, toys, crafts, candles, chocolates, floral arrangements, and so much more! You don’t want to miss this! Just a reminder while some of our vendors will accept card payments a few are cash only. Do you have a business you’d like to set up? Email Nicole at activities@lakearrowheadga.com to sign up. PAGE 4 | APRIL // MAY 2021

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Monday Night Food Trucks @ The Marina April 26th - The Fresh Truck Menu 1 May 10th - Joe's Lonestar Tacos & Paula's Zzerts May 24th - The Fresh Truck Menu 2 May 31st- Sideburner's BBQ

Monday Nights @ 5:00 - 8:00 PM

Registration information for the Spring in Japan Virtual Garden Tour and many other virtual events can be found in the weekly emails from The Club. Add your email address to our subscriber list for all Lake Arrowhead Yacht & Country Club email communications including dining menu specials, golf news, community updates, developer updates, and activities info by visiting lakearrowheadclub.net/email-sign-up and completing the simple signup form.

Mother's Day Family Style Brunch Sunday, May 9th | Two Seatings 11:00am and 12:30pm $25 per person; includes scones, cobbler, tea, and coffee Choose two main dishes and two sides | Mimosa Pitchers available! MAIN DISHES Lox and Bagel with cream cheese, onion and capers | Eggs Benedict Quiche | French Toast | Chicken Salad Croissants Grilled Beef Medallions with Demi-Glace ($2/person upcharge) Grilled Salmon with Dill Cream Sauce ($2/person upcharge) SIDE DISHES Fresh Cut Fruit Bowl | Tri-Color Breakfast Potatoes | Stone Ground Grits Chilled Marinated Asparagus | House Salad Bowl with Two Dressings RESERVATIONS REQUIRED 770.721.7900 X 3

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Friday, May 28th 5:30 - 8:00 PM Red Cloud Pool Don't miss out on a fun night of music, food and water as we open our pool season!




@ LAKE ARROWHEAD Monday, May 31st

Kick off our Summer Concert Series with Grey Street Band and Sideburners BBQ

Festivities Start @ 4 PM

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Grill & Chill 12:00pm -3:00pm Chef Jason will be on site at Red Cloud Pool grilling out for Memorial Day. Then head to the Marina at 4:00pm to celebrate the great heroes that served our nation with your Lake Arrowhead neighbors. Grey Street Band will be rocking the floating pavilion while Sideburner’s BBQ is serving up some amazing treats. Grab your friends and hit the lake or for our land lovers bring a chair or blanket and just relax the afternoon away!

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happenings at the grill Reservations are required for dinner per COVID-19 guidelines. Call 770.721.7900 x 3 for reservations or To place To Go Orders. Hours of Operation MON 10:00am to 4:00pm (no dining service) TUE 10:00am to 4:00pm (no dining service) WED 10:00am to 4:00pm (menu service 11:00am to 4:00pm) THU 10:00am to 9:00pm (menu service 11:00am to 8:00pm) FRI 10:00am to 10:00pm (menu service 11:00am to 9:00pm) SAT 10:00am to 10:00pm (menu service 11:00am to 9:00pm) SUN 10:00am to 6:00pm – Bar 12:30pm to 6:00pm only – A La Carte Brunch 10:30am to 2:00pm – Limited Menu Service 2:00pm to 4:00pm Hours are subject to change due to inclement weather/volume.

Brunch Menu Biscuits and Gravy … $7 French Toast with Sausage or Bacon … $8 Eggs Benedict with Grilled Asparagus … $10 Quiche with Fruit … $8 Arrowhead Platter … $10 Lox and Bagel … $10 Chicken Salad Croissant … $10 Chicken Wings … $10 Chicken Tenders … $9 Arrowhead Burger … $13 House or Caesar Salad … Large $7 | Small $5 Add Grilled or Fried Chicken … $4.50

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In addition to our regular menu, The Highands Grill offers a variety of


for dine-in or carry-out

Get email notifications each week on Tuesday and Friday then call 770.721.7900 x 3 to make a reservation or place your order to-go. Not signed up for receiving emails?? Here's how you can get on the list... go to lakearrowheadclub.net/ email-sign-up to add your email to our subscriber list for all Lake Arrowhead Yacht & Country Club email communications including dining menu specials, golf news, community updates, developer updates, and activities info.

PIZZA MENU Cheese Pizza … $9 Barbeque Pizza … $15 Hawaiian Pizza…$15 Supreme Pizza…$15 Veggie Pizza…$15 Meat Lovers Pizza…$15 One Topping Pizza starts…$10 Add More Toppings Meat and extra cheese each…$1 pepperoni, grilled chicken, Italian sausage, ham, ground beef, feta cheese, extra mozzarella Veggies each… $.75 pineapple, black olives, Greek olives, banana peppers, onions, peppers, jalapeños, mushrooms, baby spinach All Pizzas are 12”

golf news 770.721.7902 Tee Times 8am to 6pm Daily The Driving Range closes at 5:00pm daily. Hours subject to change due to inclement weather/ volume.

Masters Event | Apr 10 at 12pm Open - Individual Stroke Play combined w/ PGA player $40 & $55

GOLF LESSON SPECIAL $175 Golf Members $200 Non-Members 5 One Hour Lessons including Playing Lessons & Practice Range Balls


Aeration | April 12 & 13 5/8" tines, 21 day recovery 9 holes each day FCA Tournament | May 7 at 10am Charity Tournament, 4 Person Scramble Angel House Tournament | May 15 Charity Tournament Reinhardt Tournament | May 19 Charity Tournament Father's Day Scramble | June 19 at 8am Open, 4 Person Scramble, $40 & $55 Flighted after Play Red, White & Blue Scramble | July 4 at 8:30am Open, 4 Person Scramble, $40 & $55 Flighted after Play Member-Member | July 17 & 18 at 8am Members Only, 2 Person Four-Ball, $90 Lunch & Buffet (Sun) Club Championship | August 14 & 15 at 8am Members Only, Individual Stroke Play $70 Buffet After Play Sunday Brimmer Highlands Cup | Aug 20/21 at 8am Members Only, 20 Man teams Match Play $90, Buffet after Play Scottish Rite | August 26 Charity Tournament

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golf news 2021 ST. PATRICK’S DAY TOURNAMENT 68 golfers showed up to play in the most unique tournament format of the year. The 4 person scramble format is very common but we add a twist to this event. Each player can only use 4 clubs! The partners cannot share clubs. This added a touch of difficulty and fun as each golfer had to decide which clubs to use and how best to maneuver around the course. For example, most golfers used a putter as one of their four clubs while a few others decided to leave their putter at home and used a driver or other club to putt. The field was divided into three flights and awarded Pro Shop gift certificates to the top three teams in each flight. Using this process, the winners with the overall lowest score were Ralph Lumpkin, TC Chapman, Bill Maynard and Leebo Graham. First Flight: 1st Place – Ralph Lumpkin, TC Chapman, Bill Maynard, Leebo Graham (above) 2nd Place – Sean Webb, Dustin Jones, Brian Schell, Andrew Howell 3rd Place – Pat Farrelly, Jeff Ciupak, Lee Heubner, Mel Standley Second Flight: 1st Place – Mike Johnson, Sandy Reynolds, Steve Hopson, Dean LeBlanc 2nd Place – Rick Warnke, John Harcharic, Rick Salese, Bobby Pyles 3rd Place – Keith Gervickas, Robert McGurk, George Gibbons, Eleanor Gibbons

Third Flight: 1st Place – Kim Brophy, Debbie Switalski, Suzie Champitto, Jan Garbiel 2nd Place – Mark Grillo, Mike Cahill, Gary Lynn, Rich Langeland 3rd Place – Michael Manus, Blake Taylor, Cole Hayter, Eric Gentry

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golf news

by Cindy Rincon

BENEFITS OF HAVING A GOLF HANDICAP Lake Arrowhead Ladies Golf Association accepts ladies of ALL levels of play and in no way requires anyone to have a handicap to join us and have fun with us. This article is intended to answer questions for those ladies who are just beginning to enjoy this game and might have questions about handicaps. What is a Handicap? A handicap allows golfers of varying skill levels to play and compete on a fair and level playing field. A golf handicap is a standard barometer used to compare golfers with different levels of skill by calculating, understanding, and implementing this figure for use in competition. Becoming familiar with handicaps and their purpose can make the game of golf all that more interesting and exciting!! BENEFITS ARE…. 1. HIGH SCORES ARE FORGOTTEN Do you ever have a day on the course where you forget how to swing a golf club? What is great is that the USGA handicap formula only counts your 10 best scores from your last 20 rounds. And you can record 9- or 18-hole rounds. The GHIN system will combine the 9-hole rounds for 18-holes for handicap calculation purposes. For some, the idea of a handicap may not seem right because of inconsistent scoring. Luckily, there is no need to worry with only those 10 best scores of the last 20 scores being used to calculate your handicap. 2. ALL THE EASIER TO SET GOALS Setting goals is something everyone does in life. It is no different in golf, setting goals is the easiest way to try and improve your game. And without goals, it is hard to make meaningful steps forward.

When you have a handicap, setting goals is even easier. So, let’s say you are a 24 handicap, your goal for this season could be to get below a 20. No matter what your handicap is, the motivation to get it lower will prove to be an incentive. 3. HANDICAPS KEEP THE GAME FAIR FOR EVERYONE Have you ever played someone in golf that you could never beat because she is a much better golfer? The best way to make those matches fair, is to handicap those matches. It allows the good golfer and not so good golfer to play on an equal playing level. 4. A HANDICAP IS TYPICALLY REQUIRED TO PLAY IN MOST TOURNAMENTS It is required to have a USGA handicap to be able to participate in certain tournaments, events, leagues and other golf competitions. This way, every player / team has a fair chance to compete with the other participants. Handicaps allow for the tournaments to have a Gross Score winner and a Net (handicapped) Score winner. 5. IT IS EASY TO RECORD AND KEEP TRACK OF YOUR SCORES The easiest way to plug in and keep track of your scores when you have a handicap is to get the free GHIN Mobile app on your phone. On this app, you can post a score and see your stats. 7. IT’S AFFORDABLE! You are probably asking these questions: How much does it cost? Is it expensive? Is it worth it? The answer is that it is super cheap to get a handicap. If you are a current golf Member, it costs just $30 a year to get a handicap at Lake Arrowhead. If you are not a Member, it costs just $40. When it comes to getting a USGA Handicap, the benefits far outweigh the cost. So, get yours today … you will be glad you did!

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Silver Sponsor 1 4-person team, Banner with Corporate Name

Hole Sponsor Tee Sign

Player Pre-Registration Fee Received by April 28th

Player Registration Fee Received after April 28th

Waleska , GA 30183

127 Hawks Trail

c/o Paula Hall


Mail this form to:

Make Checks Payable to LALGA

Total Amount Due: $

Player (s) $100 ea. $

50/50: $5 ea. $

Wine Grab Bag: $10 ea. $

($25 for 5 raffle & 1 Putting Contest Tickets)

Raffle Package: $

Sponsorship Total: $



Sponsor Name/Corporate Representative:


Gold Sponsor 2 4-person teams, Large Banner with Corporate Name

Tax ID:13-4281872

Giving Girls Wings.

Giving Girls Roots.


Since 2006, Angel House has been providing shelter, life skills, educational assistance and clinical services to young girls and giving them the best shot at a successful future.

Waleska, GA 30183

486 Arrowridge Drive

Yacht and Country Club

Lake Arrowhead


Lake Arrowhead

Sponsored by

May 15, 2021


Angel House

North Georgia



Charity Golf

9th Annual

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Chair: Eleanor Gibbons

For information contact:

All net proceeds go to North Georgia Angel House.

Enjoy a day of golf at Lake Arrowhead Yacht and Country Club Highlands Course.







Call Lake Arrowhead Pro Shop

at 770-721-7902 to register

And Much More!

Silent Auction  


Breakfast & Lunch

“Pay the Pro”

Closest to the Pin (Male & Female)

Longest drive (Male & Female)

Flight Winners

Flighted, no handicap required

Four Person Scramble

8:30 Shotgun Start

7:30 Check-in

Wednesday May, 12th

Firm Registration Deadline:

Please enter amounts due on reverse side and follow instructions for registration payment.

*Single players will be placed on a team.




Player #4




Player #3




Player #2




Player #1

Player*/Team Registration Form

club business SECURITY UPDATE As you drive in or out please look at all the fresh and old damage on the trees by our main roadways. Speed is always a factor with these accidents. Please slow down don't damage your vehicle or yourself. If your gate swipe card or clicker stops working please contact the Lake Arrowhead Admin Office. When using the gate call box remind your visitors to give the system several seconds (10-15) to connect the call. SECURITY security@lakearrowheadga.com North Gate 770.479.2565 | South Gate 770.479.2848 BUDDY MOSS Director of Security 770.721.7911

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)



Call Member Services at 770.721.7912 Mon-Fri 9:00am to 5:00pm for an appointment.


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.


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MARINA PAVILION RULES AND REGULATIONS: HOURS OF OPERATION The Marina Pavilion will be open dawn to dusk or during sanctioned LAYCC events. FOOD & BEVERAGE Food and beverages are allowed to be carried onto the Pavilion. No glass bottles or beer kegs are permitted. No grilling or preparation of food is allowed. All trash must be placed in the trash receptacles on the shore. PERSONAL CHAIRS Property owners are allowed to bring their own folding chairs on to the Pavilion. They must be taken with you when you leave, i.e. chairs cannot be left behind. ATTIRE Members and guests shall dress in attire befitting the surroundings of the community. Extremely revealing attire, such as a thong, is not suitable for the family atmosphere of the Marina Pavilion. NO SWIMMING No swimming is permitted from the Marina Pavilion or docks anywhere in the “No Wake” zone. No running or diving is permitted from the Pavilion or docks. NO FISHING No fishing is allowed from the Marina Pavilion or docks. BOATS Boats can tie up on the side of the walkway only where there are cleats and cannot at any time tie up to the Pavilion. Maximum time at the walkway is 1 hour (or 15 minutes if others are waiting). These areas are intended for drop off and pickup. PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES No grilling, skateboarding, bicycles, rollerblading, sunbathing, or feeding the wildlife is permitted on the Marina Pavilion or docks. PETS Pets are not allowed on the Marina Pavilion.

ARCHITECTURAL EXTERIOR WORK POLICY 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.

club business LAKE ARROWHEAD YACHT & COUNTRY CLUB SHORT-TERM RENTAL GUIDELINES: PHASE I In order to protect and preserve the residential character, property values, and enjoyment of all homeowners within the Lake Arrowhead community, please observe the following guidelines for relative to short-term property rentals of Lake Arrowhead Phase I units.

WELCOME NEW OWNERS Thomas Smith Julie Smith Tommy Lee Kern Charlotte Evette Mayo Kern Timothy King Rochelle Lynn Lofstrand Jennifer Lynn Schuck Richard Patton Evelyn Patton David Cowart Kenda Cowart Karen Mehal Joseph Mehal Clark Douglas Cunningham Helen Cunningham Kimberlee Meadows Jon Arthur Lawry Connie Louise Duyser Gerald Homminga Marie Annette Smith Monique Morton Linda Beving David Wayne Patrick John Vulich Susan Vulich Sharae Elizabeth Wolf Gary Wolf

1. Short-term property rentals (less than 6 months) are strictly prohibited in both Phase II and Phase III of Lake Arrowhead. The maximum number of occupants should be restricted to no more than two individuals per bedroom 2. Short-term rentals should be registered with LA Security gate they intend to enter, and identified as short-term rentals so that the appropriate identification may be provided at check-in a. Amenity use cards, identifying renters and associated unit address b. Vehicle “hang tag” for vehicles 3. All rental agreements should include an acknowledgement that renters have received and agree to abide by the Lake Arrowhead Rules and Regulations a. If boat usage is included with the rental of the home, a printed copy of the lake rules and restrictions should be included with the rental agreement, a copy should be left in the home, and a laminated copy should be placed in the boat and/or attached to the boat key b. Violations of the lake rules and regulations may result in revocation of the issued boat permit and result in suspension of lake access privileges 4. Homeowners are responsible for the actions of guests and renters of their home and violations of the Covenants or Rules and Regulations will typically be handled in the following manner: a. 1st infraction – issuance of written warning to homeowner b. 2nd infraction – 30-day suspension of common property access and privileges for homeowner, including any invited guests and renters c. 3rd infraction – 12-month suspension of common amenity access and privileges for homeowner, including any invited guests and renters d. 4th infraction – permanent loss of common amenity access and privileges for homeowner, including any invited guests and renters e. Addition steps may be taken depending on the nature of the infraction, including contacting the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department or taking additional legal to enforce the community governing documents f. Common property damage by renters, if applicable, will be levied against the lot owner g. Egregious infractions may result in immediate suspension of common property access and privileges or other sanctions 5. “Party Houses” are strictly prohibited and deemed a nuisance and violation of the Lake Arrowhead Covenants, Article III, Section 19. Party Houses are also prohibited by popular short-term rental companies (Airbnb and VRBO) and nuisance properties will be reported to the appropriate listing entity.

As you call or stop by the Lake Arrowhead Yacht and Country Club administrative office, you’ll hear a new voice and notice a new face. Karen Douglas has joined our team in the role of administration assistant, helping out in all departments. Karen comes to us with over 10 years of customer service and office experience. She graduated from the University of Georgia in Athens and has worked as a technical assistant, executive assistant at Reinhardt University and most recently as office manager at Kennesaw State University. Karen is a lifelong resident of Georgia and resides in Ball Ground with her husband. In her spare time, Karen enjoys hiking, horseback riding, working in her garden and creating home decor. Please take time to welcome Karen when you see her or speak with her on the phone. Her email is kdouglas@lakearrowheadga.com and her direct phone number is 770 721-7912. PAGE 15 | APRIL // MAY 2021

community interest BOAT REGISTRATION Boat registration forms may be downloaded from the website at lakearrowheadclub.net. Proof of liability insurance with limits not less than $300,000 is required for all motorized boats. Please mail a boat registration form and insurance to: LAYCC 486 Arrowridge Waleska, GA 30183, email membership@lakearrowheadga.com, use the property owner drop boxes located at both security gates, or bring your form to the South Gate and the Administration office. All items in Dry Storage MUST display the current decal to continue using Lake Arrowhead Dry Storage. 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.

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.

PICKLEBALL AND TENNIS 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@outlook. 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 roses43@windstream.net or 770.720.8961 ALTA TEAM PLAY is based out of BridgeMill as Lake Arrowhead is outside the ALTA boundaries. Call 770.720.9635 or email pat.perry@hmsgolf. com.

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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 at 770.720.5003 or man.apc@outlook.com. 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. We now have an active Novice group playing Tuesday mornings and Wednesday evenings. For more information contact Jim Winchester at 470.222.1634 or 0915jimbo@att.net.

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community interest RULES OF THE LAKE

All boats that operate on Lake Arrowhead, including private dock owners, must be registered each year, with a current year Lake Arrowhead decal displayed on the boat. All 'wake boats' registered after March 2010 are prohibited from operating on Lake Arrowhead waters.

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11TH L.A. YARD SALE on Saturday May 8, 2021 Time: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Set up: 7 a.m. Clean up begins at 3:15 Located: outside the NorthGate Spaces: $15, checks only (No Refunds) Checks DUE by MAY 1st Space size: 15x15 Checks can be mailed or dropped off at: 230 Hillside Dr. (there wb a mail box @ my front door) If anyone is interested in Lemonade Stand, Tupperware, Farm to Table, Please email me. Also, those spaces are $15 Grill Hot Dog stand: WBD I will be working on Advertising & Local Charity pick up. (If your church or any other organization would like to pick up @3pm the items that the residents would like to donate, please let me now their contact information) NO TRASH will be donated Thank you in advance for your support Helen Bondie Bondiescove@yahoo.com

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community interest ONLINE COMMUNITY DIRECTORY UPDATE We have gained a lot of new neighbors in Lake Arrowhead over the months since the hard-copy 2020–21 Lake Arrowhead Community Directory was printed and distributed last summer. Welcome to All! The Online Community Directory [aka Online Owners Directory] on the lapoaga.com website has been updated recently based on information received on or before February 1, 2021. It can be found by logging into the Owner’s Portal from the Home page and then clicking on the Online Owner Directory category. [NOTE: For security purposes, this listing is located behind a log-in available only to property owners.] The biggest change you will see is the new format which more closely resembles the hard-copy Community Directory. Both the Directory by Name and the Directory by Street are searchable. The directory includes all current owners listed in the 2020–21 printed directory as well as new owners for whom we have received the following: A Property Transfer Form (from the Administration Office) AND A Directory Information Form (from the Resident). Please take time to review the Online Owners Directory at your earliest convenience. If your information is INCORRECT, please submit a Directory Information Form and note on that form it is a CORRECTION to existing data. Be sure to include all information on the form that you wish to have published, not just that you wish to revise. [NOTE: Attempting to edit the online version will NOT update your information in our master database!] If you are a new resident and you find your information is NOT included in the Online Directory AND you have already submitted a Directory Information Form, please do nothing at this time. If you are a new resident and desire to be listed in the Directory and have NOT submitted this form, please do so! Your information will be added to our master database and will appear in the next update of the Online Directory.

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If your contact information appears in the Online Directory and you do not wish for it to appear either electronically or in print format, please direct an email to lapoadirectory@gmail.com indicating your desire to have your contact information permanently removed from the master database. It will be removed as soon as possible. Please include your name and address in your email. The Directory Information Form can be found on the website under the Documents menu on the Home page. Download the form, complete the information and save. Then attach it to an email directed to lapoadirectory@gmail.com. The form may also be obtained in the Administration Office at the clubhouse and/or dropped off there if you prefer. We apologize for any inconvenience, but hope you realize the massive scope of keeping all this information up-to-date and available for everyone’s access here in Lake Arrowhead. We appreciate your assistance in this on-going effort. If you would like to be a part of the Directory Committee, please let us know by directing an email to lapoadirectory@gmail.com. We welcome your participation! - The Lake Arrowhead Directory Committee

community interest A JANIEBIRD'S EYE VIEW

by Jane Doss


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community interest The Kathy B. Davis Foundation supports the following programs and activities in our county:

NEWSLETTER April, 2021 Volume 1, Issue 1


In this issue:

April, 2021 The Kathy B. Davis Foundation supports the following programs and a • Hasty Elementary Special Education Volume 1, Issue 1 in our county: Class Trip -Hasty Elementary Special Education Class Trip

• Cherokee High School Special

Flowers For A Purpose

Flowers For A Purpose

issue: • Flowers For A Purpose

- Cherokee High School Special Education Class Garden Project Education Class Garden Project - Angels On Horseback in Honor of Melissa Hopson

• Angels On Horseback in Honor of

- Adult Disability MedicalHopson Healthcare Melissa

In spite of the year-long COVID-19 shut down of - Community of Hope Program • Adult Disability Medical Healthcare For A Purpose many nonprofit programs and activities, The Kathy In spite of the year-long COVID-19 shut down of •Programs We Support - Adam Holland Special Education Scholarship B. Davis Foundation’s Flowers For A Purpose many nonprofit programs and activities, The Kathy s We Support • Community of Hope • New Date for the B. Davis Foundation’s Flowers continued For A Purpose Program monthly with the help of several - Flowers For A Purpose Program Annual Golf Tournament e for the Program continued monthly with the of several volunteers. Thehelp program was kept alive by • Adam Holland Special Education olf Tournament volunteers. The program was kept alive by The newScholarship date for our annual golf tournamen organizing driveway and small group sessions at organizing driveway the and homes small group sessions&at November 5, 2021. Please mark your of Dolores Jim Bennett and Dave & the homes of Dolores & Jim Bennett and Dave & Eric Davis. Although we were not able to involve • Flowers For calendars! A Purpose Program Eric Davis. Although we were not able to involve our partners, Empower Cherokee and several area our partners, Empower Cherokee and several area assisted living we were still able to assisted living facilities, we were still facilities, able to community with the delivery of positively impact ourpositively communityimpact with theour delivery of beautiful flowerliving bouquets to assisted living beautiful flower bouquets to assisted residents and Lake Arrowhead Many residents friends. and Lake Arrowhead friends. Many thanks to our FFAP team: Roz Waldron, Jim and Roz Waldron, Jim and thanks to our FFAP team: Dolores Bennett, Carol Burton, and Eric and Dave Dolores Bennett, Carol Burton, and Eric and Dave Davis. With their assistance, my son, was Davis. With theirEric, assistance, my son, Eric, was actively involved and has become quite the florist. actively involved and has become quite the florist.

The new date for our annual golf tournament is November 5, 2021 Please mark your calendars!

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The Kathy B. Davis Foundation supports the following programs and activities

ElementaryinSpecial Education Class Trip our county:

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-Hasty Elementary Special Education Class Trip

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Personal Experience:

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community interest READING BETWEEN THE WINES

by Sarah Martin Jones The Night Portrait – Laura Morelli. New York: HarperCollins, 2020. They were called the Monument Men, and among their ranks were historians, architects, museum curators and professors. Their mission: to save countless pieces of priceless art stolen on Hitler’s directive for display in his intended Fuhrermuseum in Linz, Austria, a sprawling museum complex where the Fuhrer planned to showcase his plunder. The largest stash the Monument Men discovered in 1945 was in an ancient salt mine high in the Austrian Alps. Shelved in this one location were 6,577 paintings, 2,300 drawings or watercolors, 954 prints, 137 pieces of sculpture, 129 pieces of arms and armor, 79 baskets of objects, 484 cases of objects thought to be archives, 78 pieces of furniture, 122 tapestries, and 1,200-1,700 cases of books. Included in this find were eight panels of The Adoration of the Lamb by Jan van Eyck, considered one of the masterpieces of 15th-century European art. Art historian and writer Laura Morelli builds her dual-time novel, The Night Portrait, around the Monument Men’s race to secure as much art as possible in the final months of the war by adding four characters’ stories – two fictious and two historic. What separates them is 500 years. What unites them is one masterpiece: Portrait of a Lady with an Ermine. In 15th century Italy, 16-year-old Cecilia Gallerani decides to forego entering a convent and instead moves to Milan and the palace of the Duke. Soon she is his mistress – a position that lacks job security. Morelli takes the reader into the Duke’s court, detailing the ways that Cecilia must struggle to make herself valuable to the Duke even as he has another conquest waiting in the wings. But her image and name become legendary when the Duke commissions Leonardo da Vinci to paint her portrait. Here again, Morelli draws the reader into the moment, depicting da Vinci early in his career when he is trying to make a name for himself as an inventor first and a painter second. He reluctantly accepts the commission, wishing that the Duke would instead pay him to build one of his inventive flying machines rather than painting a young girl. Morelli captures the mind of the artist as he makes sketch after sketch of Cecilia until he finally decides to break with the traditional approach to painting a subject in stiff profile. “By capturing her beauty today,” da Vinci muses, “I will preserve it for eternity.” For readers who have gazed upon one of his masterpieces like the Mona Lisa or the Last Supper, Morelli writes as if the reader is sitting beside the master as he creates. PAGE 24 | APRIL // MAY 2021

The reader is also transported into Hitler’s obsession with art through the fictitious character of Edith Becker, an art conservator in Munich who is ordered to travel to Poland and identify all the masterpieces housed in castles, monasteries, museums, and private homes. Among the pieces she identifies are what her boss calls The Big Three: Rembrandt’s Landscape with the Good Samaritan, Raphael’s Portrait of a Young Man, and da Vinci’s Lady with an Ermine. Only later does she learn about Hitler’s master plan to claim all this art for himself and his loyal staff, including Hans Frank, known in history as the Butcher of Poland who took the lives of millions of innocent Polish people. (When captured by the Allies in 1944, he claimed he was only following orders and simply wanted to “safeguard” the masterpieces.) When Edith realizes her role, she secretly documents each piece, hoping that one day it would be returned to its owner. Accompanying the Monument Men as they race to find hidden treasures before the retreating German forces destroy their loot is Dominic Bonelli, an exhausted American soldier who lives with one mantra: “Let’s get this done. Let’s do the right thing, the just thing, so that we can all go home.” As he trudges mile after mile through decimated countryside of France and Austria, his heart longs for the friends he lost during battle and the wife and child he left at home in Pennsylvania. Some of the most poignant scenes in The Night Portrait are those of Dominic as he struggles to believe that God would allow so much destruction and how the war has stripped him of his humanity. To keep his sanity, he draws picture after picture of the people he loves. It’s the only way he can survive the discovery of Dachau and the numerous boxcars piled with dead bodies. Writers of historical novels have a dual job – to remain truthful to history and to engage the reader in a compelling story. A good writer fulfills these two missions in such a way that a curious reader wants to read more and learn more. Laura Morelli’s writing does this beautifully.

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MY WINE RECOMMENDATION Ah, Tuscany – home of di Vinci and some of the world’s best vineyards. It is impossible to select just one wine to sip with this book, but having visited the hillside town of Montepulciano, my recommendation is a classic Tuscany red wine – Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. (Just saying the name sounds mouthwatering.) This easy drinking wine is made from the celebrated Sangiovese grapes that can be traced back to ancient Rome. Whether you want to pair it with Italian foods or simply enjoy its subtle notes of cherry, plum and spice, it’s a wine you will return to again and again. I know I do. $28. Sarah Jones is a former English teacher and author of Quicksand: A Cautionary Love Story and Summer Squall. Both books are available through Amazon. You can reach her at sarah.gently@gmail.com and read more of her wine pairing at www.SarahJonesAuthor.com


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