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WinonaGram SPRING 2013



Board Meeting Dates


Message From

Trout Stocking Info Inside! Page 6

Community Manager


Meeting Minutes


Kids Corner


Community Volunteering


Recipe Corner


EVENTS Upcoming Events

Message From The Community Manager I cannot believe it has been a month already since I became the Community Manager of Winona Lakes. Coming into this position, I arrived with an open mind and much enthusiasm. I am pleased to say that I have not lost any enthusiasm, as a matter of fact it increases every day. My mind races with all of the good things about Winona Lakes and all the things that we can accomplish. Sure there are many things that can be improved upon but we must start somewhere. That somewhere starts with a plan no matter how small. Well I have started. I have started reviewing everything we do in the day to day operations of the community. We must plan for the future and that starts with what and how we do things now and how will it affect us as a community down the line. Because we have done something, some way for so long does not always work in our best interest. We need to consider our community as a business. Businesses must run efficiently in order to succeed. I have implemented new procedures with our office and maintenance staff (and there will be more to come.) These procedures will help identify what our strengths and weakness are and what our costs are. From there we look at these costs, how efficient we are at what we are doing and the practicality of what we are doing. We can identify what changes need to be implemented to do better. When we review the procedures and/or costs we will have a better handle on if we are proceeding in the right direction. Some things will not be an overnight fix. There are long term and short term goals Continued on Page 3



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President’s Message Hello everyone, I would like to go over a few projects we are working on now that spring is here. In an effort to make our community a nicer place to live, we will be planting flowers and bushes around Winona Lakes in late March/early April and continuing into the spring season. If anyone would like to help with the beautification project please contact the office for more information. Spring also brings rain, so all members are reminded to clear the culvert pipe underneath their driveway to allow water to flow freely. Improper drainage hurts our roads and drives up our repair costs. Any road or drainage issues should be reported to the office to be placed on the maintenance schedule. When the weather warms up, the maintenance crew will be busy re-grading and putting more stone on our roads. May 3rd and 4th will be spring cleanup at the Middle Smithfield Municipal Building. This is a great opportunity to get rid of your unwanted items. For more information go to The Winona Lakes website is being updated and will be running shortly with a whole new look. If anyone has any photos they would like to submit you can contact the office. Have a wonderful spring,

MANAGEMENT Community Manager Gene Tick

Ken Anders President

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A D M I N I S T R AT I O N Message From The Community Manager Continued From Page 1 that need to be identified and all need to have a plan of action. So,

the current plan of action for me as Community Manager is to keep developing plans for different areas of operations analyze what we are doing and improve upon what we are doing. Winona Lakes has grown for many years. Our needs have changed and so we must adapt. This community is the size of a small town, and we need to understand that with growth there are more and possibly different needs that must be attended to. These needs must be identified and planned for. So, the message I am trying to convey is planning and understanding our community. With this in mind we can move forward one step or a few steps at a time, carefully, but at least prepared. I look forward to meeting all of you as I pass through the community, at the club house or the office.

WINONA LAKES 2013 BOARD MEETINGS (All meetings are held on the 3rd Saturday of every month and begin at 10:00 a.m. with the exception of the Annual Election Meeting which begins at 12:00 p.m.)

April 20th, 2013 May 18th, 2013 June 15th, 2013 July 20th, 2013 August 17th, 2013 (Annual Budget Meeting)

September 21st, 2013

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ADMINISTRATION Winona Lakes Property Owners Association

Regular Meeting Minutes | I. Call to order Ken Anders (President) called to order the regular meeting of the WLPOA at 10:00am on 19th of January 2013 in the Clubhouse. II. Roll call Ken Anders (President) conducted a roll call. The following persons were present: Tom Fels (Vice President), Jeff Reichl (Secretary), Robert Fenlon (Director), John Kobiela (Director), Lou Seneca (Director), Oscar Woerlein (Director), and Ken Anders (President). Late: Stephanie Przebieglec (Director) arrived at 10:14am. Absent: Gregory

January 19, 2013

Daniels (Treasurer). Guests: Jim Ritter (Community Manager).

VI. Adjournment

III. Approval of minutes from last meeting

Ken Anders made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Seconded by John Kobiela. Motion carried 8-0-0. Meeting was adjourned at 11:56am.

1. Ken Anders moved to approve the Regular Meeting minutes of 12/5/2012 as written. Seconded by Lou Seneca. Motion carried 5-0-2.

Minutes submitted by: Janet M. Derrick/ Administrative Assistant Approved: February 16, 2013

IV. Open issues a) Attorney Report: No report. b) Treasurer’s Report: No report. c) Manager’s Report: See attached. d) Committee Reports: 1. Jeff Reichl moved to accept the recommendations from the Architecture Committee regarding Section 4 – Lot 34 and Section 16 – Lot 60. Seconded by Lou Seneca. Motion carried 7-1-0. e) Second Reading of Proposed Fence Regulations: Robert Fenlon moved to amend the second reading of the Proposed Fence Regulations and to adopt the ordinances of Middle Smithfield and Lehman Townships, as stated as of 1/19/2013, as the ordinance for the Winona Lakes Property Owners Association. Seconded by Stephanie Przebieglec. Motion carried 7-1-0.

Owner-Member Photo ID Cards

Photo ID cards are free to members; Replacement cards are $10 each. Four (4) guest passes are allotted to each voting member per lot owned, free of charge. Replacement guest passes are $3 each.

Tenant Photo ID Cards

Property owners are required to register tenants as per the Tenant Rental Policy adopted by the Board of Directors on May 18, 2012. Tenant Photo ID cards will be issued as long as the tenant has been registered and the property owner has surrendered over his/her rights to the amenities. Tenant Photo IDs are limited to six (6) per household and cost $10 each. Tenants do not receive guest passes.

V. New Business f) Garbage dump on member’s property: Robert Fenlon moved that the Board of Directors send a letter to Lehman Township in regards to filing a complaint against member-owner who is illegally dumping garbage. Seconded by Ken Anders. Motion carried 8-0-0.

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g) Robert Fenlon moved to go into closed session to discuss financial negotiations. Seconded by Stephanie Przebieglec. Motion carried 6-2-0.





ADMINISTRATION Local Trout Stocking Events In Pike County Bushkill OUTFLOW OF PICKEREL LK: Lat: 41.252280, Long: -75.085129 Lwr Delaware State Forest Bdry: Lat: 41.221970, Long: -75.111829 Date: 04/25/13. Brn, Rbow. Meeting Place/Time 12:45 PM: Parking lot-Int. of RT402 & RT2003-Bushkill Road Bushkill LWR RESICA FALLS BSA RES. BDR: Lat: 41.090179, Long: -75.063610 CREEK ROAD BRIDGE: Lat: 41.087803, Long: -75.043088 Date: 04/25/13. Brn, Rbow. Meeting Place/Time 12:45 PM: Parking lot-Int. of RT402 & RT2003-Bushkill Road. Bushkill CREEK ROAD BRIDGE: Lat: 41.087803, Long: -75.043088 CONFLUENCE W/DELAWARE RIVER: Lat: 41.092529, Long: -74.991599 Date: 04/19/13 & 05/15/13. Brk, Brn, Rbow. Meeting Place/Time: 12:30 PM, Int. of RT209 & Bushkill Rd 12:30 PM Decker Brook 2ND DWSTRM SR006 BRDG: Lat: 41.435369, Long: -75.152840 SGL#183'S DWSTRM BORDER: Lat: 41.457230, Long: -75.128650 Date: 04/09/13. Brk. Meeting Place/Time: 12:45 PM & 04/15/13 Time: 1:00. Int. of RT209 & RT739

Dingmans Creek DEER LEAP FALLS (FULMER FALLS): Lat: 41.236489, Long: -74.915469 DINGMANS FALLS: Lat: 41.229349, Long: -74.886510 Date: 05/03/13. Brn, Rbow. Meeting Place/Time: 1:00 PM parking lot-Int. of RT402 & RT2003-Bushkill Road. Delayed Harvest Artificial Lures Only Lackawaxen River 0.6 mi upst Middle Ck confluence: Lat: 41.484930, Long: -75.185850 T-458 bridge (Kimbles/Martin Road): Lat: 41.467040, Long: -75.122783 Date: Week of 04/22/13, 05/13/13. Brn, Rbow. (no specific date or time posted) Lackawaxen River T-458 bridge (Kimbles/Martin Road): Lat: 41.467040, Long: -75.122783 SR1003 Bridge (Rowland Road): Lat: 41.475332, Long: -75.035736 Week of 04/22/13, 05/13/13. Brn, Rbow. (No meeting place or times posted). Lackawaxen River SR1003 Bridge (Rowland Road): Lat: 41.475332, Long: -75.035736 Confluence with Delaware R in Lackawaxen: Lat: 41.487119, Long: -74.985420 Week of 04/22/13, 05/13/13. Brn, Rbow. (No meeting place or times posted). Lake Loch Lomond Lat: 41.209030, Long: -74.895270. Date: 04/09/13. Rbow. Meeting Place/Time: 12:45 PM. Int. of RT209 & RT739 12:45 PM. 04/27/13. Meeting Place/Time: 12:45 PM Hidden Lkoff RT209-between Marshalls Ck & Bushkill-take Keystone Rd to Hidden Lk Dr.

Little Mud Pond Lat: 41.271580, Long: -75.004550: Date: 04/11/13. Brk, Brn. Meeting Place/Time: 12:45 PM. Int. of RT402 & RT2003. 04/25/13. Meeting Place/Time: 12:45 PM. parking lot Int. of RT402 & RT2003-Bushkill Road. Saw Creek BUSHKILL FALLS RD (SR2003) BRDG: Lat: 41.210170, Long: -75.072019 ST FOR BNDY DNSTRM TO WHITAKER RD (T-324) BRDG: Lat: 41.178560, Long: -75.075119 Date: 04/25/13. Brk. Meeting Place/Time: 12:45 PM parking lot Int. of RT402 & RT2003-Bushkill Road. Shohola Creek SR0739 Bridge: Lat: 41.359888, Long: -75.056967 SGL180 Access Road Ford Crossing upstream Birchy Run: Lat: 41.356105, Long: -75.012556 Week of: 04/15/13. Brk, Brn. Shohola Creek Outlet Shohola Waterfowl Management Project Impoundment: Lat: 41.391208, Long: -74.969305 Downstream Border SGL#180: Lat: 41.410851, Long: -74.975225 Date: 04/18/13. Brk, Brn. Meeting Place/Time: 1:00 PM. Int. of I-84 & RT6 WLPOA is not responsible for typographical errors.

Lake Minisink Lat: 41.214777, Long: -75.056213. Date: 05/03/13. Brk, Brn. Meeting Place/Time: 1:00 PM parking lot Int. of RT402 & RT2003-Bushkill Road. Lily Pond Lat: 41.361023, Long: -74.856423. Date: 04/09/13. Rbow. Meeting Place/Time: 12:45 PM. Int. of RT209 & RT739. 04/18/13 Int. of I-84 & RT6 1:00 PM

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Little Bushkill LK LEHMAN CLUB BDRY: Lat: 41.177289, Long: -75.002140 BUSHKILL ROD & GUN CLUB BDRY: Lat: 41.155839, Long: -75.011270 Date: 04/04/13. Brk. Meeting Place/Time 12:30 PM. : Int. of RT402 & RT2003 12:30 PM. 04/19/13 Meeting Place/Time: 12:30 PM. Int. of RT209 & Bushkill Rd 05/15/13 Meeting Place/Time: 12:30 PM. Int. of RT209 & Bushkill Rd Little Bushkill BUSHKILL FALLS BDRY: Lat: 41.115340, Long: -75.011210 CONF W/BUSHKILL CK: Lat: 41.091770, Long: -75.003179 04/19/13 Meeting Place/Time: Int. of RT209 & Bushkill Rd 12:30 PM. Date: 05/15/13. Meeting Place/Time: 12:30 PM. Int. of RT209 & Bushkill Rd WINONAGRAM | SPRING 2013



UPCOMING EVENTS Out & About... Events Outside the Community: Jim Thorpe Earth Day Celebration April 20th Downtown Jim Thorpe For more details contact (570) 325-2079 or visit Home & Garden Festival April 27th & April 28th Saturday 9am – 5pm & Sunday 9am – 4pm Ladore Lodge Camp Retreat and Conference Center For more details contact (570) 226-4941 Rock Out Cancer April 6th 7:30pm show time Sherman Theater For more details contact (570) 420-2808 or visit Spring Waterfalls April 6th 1pm – 3pm Pocono Environment Education Center For more details contact (570) 828-2319

Art on Main May 18th 3pm – 8pm Downtown Stroudsburg For more details contact (570) 476-4460 or visit Quiet Valley’s 25th Annual Farm Animal Frolic May 18th – May 19th Saturday 10am – 4pm and Sunday 12 noon – 4pm Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm For more details contact (570) 992-6161 Memorial Weekend Fireworks May 25th 9pm Mount Airy Casino Resort For more information visit

Wendy’s Pocono Xterra Trail Run: Big Pocono State Park May 4th 10am – 12noon Big Pocono State Park For more details contact (570) 814-0346

Shawnee Celtic Festival May 25th – May 26th 11am – 6pm Shawnee Mountain Ski Area For more details contact (570) 421-7231 or visit

Walk MS May 5th 9am – 2pm Pocono Raceway For more details contact (215) 271-1500 ext. 24118

Pocono 400 June 7th – June 9th Race begins at 1pm on Sunday Pocono Raceway Website:

Community Events: Community Yard Sale April 27th 10am – 4pm $10.00 per table (limited) Call office to sign-up (570) 588-9309

Pocono Raceway Festival June 8th Downtown Stroudsburg (Main Street) For more details contact (570) 420-2808 or visit Pocono Mountains Bluegrass Festival June 21st – June 23rd Friday & Saturday 11am – 10pm, Sunday 10am – 3pm Greene Dreher Sterling Fairground Website: Great Tastes of Pennsylvania Wine and Food Festival June 22nd & June 23rd Split Rock Resort For more details visit

Winona Lakes Swim Lessons • Session 1 – Saturdays: June 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, and July 13th • Session 2 – Saturdays: July 20th, 27th, August 3rd, 10th, 17th Lesson times: Beginners 10am – 11am; Intermediate at 11am – 12noon. $25.00 for 5 weeks of lessons. For questions or registration, call the office at (570) 5889309 or email admin@winonalakes. net. **Parents are required to stay with children ages 14 & under**




St. Patrick’s Celebration

Spring Clean Up Middle Smithfield Township Residents May 3rd & May 4th Spring Clean Up May 6th – May 8th Freecycle At this Spring Clean Up we’ll also accept books, used furniture, household items, etc. for a rummage event! Residents can take any items they need for free during the cleanup on 5/3 and 5/4, or from 5/6-5/8; after that, the remaining items will be donated to the Hughes Library Book Sale, Salvation Army, and other local charities.




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Lot for Sale

Winona Lakes Lot 16 – Sect. 6 Located on Mountain Court. Approximately 2 acres of land. Selling price $2,000 (plus any closing fees). For more information please contact: Irene Guido (845) 353-1882

Lot for Sale

Winona Lakes, Lake front Lot 79 – Sect. 3. For more information please contact: Mary Albano (973) 777-3190

Lot for Sale

Winona Lakes. Lot 60 – Sect. 13 $3,500 For more information please contact: (201) 420-0566 or (201) 377-5667

Lot for Sale Winona Lakes. Lot 7 – Sect. 2. For more information please contact: (917) 747-9454

Beautiful and Private .50 Acre Lot for Sale

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Spring Crossword

ACROSS 4. To begin to grow and give off shoots or buds. 7. Baby duck. 11. Larval form of a butterfly 12. Sow these in the ground in Spring to get a harvest in the autumn. DOWN 1. Yellow flower that makes a nice Spring bouquet. 2. Dutch springtime flower. 3. Wear this on your head to fancy picnics or parades. 5. A small pool of water. 6. Fragrant bunches of purple flowers that grow on a bush. 8. Wear this to keep warm. 9. The season between winter and summer. 10. Break out of an egg.



Community Volunteering Five Concepts for Building Community

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As a "community builder," you will need perseverance and determination. Not every new initiative or program will be successful. Don't be discouraged when a new project gets off to a slow start. They tend to start slowly and gradually gain momentum. Set a tone that is light-hearted and fun. It should be a joy to be active in the community. Remember to celebrate small victories. Recognition and applause are like rocket fuel for volunteer-based activities. Don't make the community an island. Establish significant points of connection and collaboration with the community at large. Your community can have important, mutually beneficial relationships with area schools, businesses, clubs and leagues, city government, social service agencies, worship groups, activity groups, and more. A significant part of your volunteer activity should be based on helping others in need. Community-based philanthropy or social service projects help engender a deep sense of community pride and embody the highest ideals of community. Build community traditions. In the greatest of communities, residents look forward year after year to major seasonal events and community celebrations. These recurring events create countless memories and become deeply ingrained in the pattern of life in the community.


Breakfast with the Easter Bunny Thank you to all those who attended our Breakfast with the Easter Bunny on March 23rd, 2013. The event was a huge success topped off with a visit from The Easter Bunny. Thank you to all our volunteers for making the event happen. We hope everyone had a great time!



TECHNOLOGY The Days Of The Computer Mouse Are Numbered By Tony Valentino If you thought being able to “pinch” your iphone screen to zoom was cool, hold on to your hats, because there is something even better coming: a way to use your computer without even touching it. For all your Star Trek fans the crew was able to speak and wave their hands to control the computers well, Science Fiction is slowly turning into reality. To fully understand why this technology is so awesome, you have to ask yourself about the actual reason the computer mouse is designed the way is it. The obvious answer would be so the user can manipulate the computer screen. But the real is answer is: There isn't a reason why the mouse is shaped the way it is. The mouse exists in its current form only because it’s what we’re used to using on a desktop, but there’s no real reason we need a mouse at all. As we move towards a society that values a more intuitive interaction with technology, the mouse most likely to be the first thing to disappear. That’s where Leap Motion ( comes in. The company designed a device that allows you to control your computer with just the motion of your hands in the air. The Leap Motion is a “near-mode finger/hand 3D motion detection device” that will allow you to use the eight cubic feet around your computer as a virtual play area, according to the company. Not bad for a gadget that’s only the size of an iPod. Plus it “tracks in-air movement to 1/100th of a millimeter”, according to Wired ( Need to get a closer look at a small font? Pinch the air. Want to switch to another window? Swipe your hand. Want to plan a route on Google Maps? Use your fingers. This means the end to an age requiring a stylus, digital pen, game controller, mouse, or any other tool to manipulate the screen image. For this, you don’t need anything except for your hands. You don’t even have to touch the screen. That being said, you can use whatever you want to use the computer. Use a pen to sign a document or—as seen in the video—chop sticks to play Angry Birds. The 3D-motion world is your oyster. If you’re not impressed, consider the implications in other fields. Surgeons who just need to wave a hand in front of a computer to get a different angle or image, graphic designers who can manipulate a digital image with their hands, or office worker bees who will be able to use computers in a more intuitive ways. It’s not that the product allows you to do anything revolutionary; it allows you to do things in a manner that is revolutionary (and basically limitless). If you’re wondering what the difference is between Leap Motion and The Kinect, Microsoft’s technology is for full-body movements while the Leap Motion is just for hand movements. This is a technology that is interesting because it completely ignores all of the “rules” and goes for something that just makes sense intuitively. Yes, it could be just one more thing to go wrong with your computer, but in an age where everything is increasingly wireless and touchscreens are as commonplace as phones, it’s not really that surprising. It is, however, really cool.



What is Earth Day? Earth Day is observed on April 22 and was started in the United States in 1970 by Senator Gaylord Nelson to create awareness for the Earth's environment and to encourage conservation efforts. In 1990, Earth Day was taken international, and today, more than 500 million people in 175 countries observe Earth Day. Everyone wants to live, work, and play in a clean and green community . . . and it’s up to everyone to make it possible and improve the overall quality of life for us all. Join Pennsylvanians across the state – and Americans across the nation – for the Great American Cleanup. You can participate in the 2013 Great American Cleanup of PA by cleaning up litter and trash along our roadsides, streams, beaches, parks, forests and neighborhoods. Additional events include holding recycling events for hard-to-dispose of items like tires and appliances, creating or enhancing green areas by planting plants, bulbs, and trees, removing or painting over graffiti that devalues your neighborhood, and other activities that help beautify your community. The Great American Cleanup runs from March 1st to May 31st



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Ingredients • 5 ears of corn, shucked • 1/2 cup small-diced red onion (1 small onion) • 3 tablespoons cider vinegar • 3 tablespoons good olive oil • 1/2 teaspoon salt • 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper • 1/2 cup julienned fresh basil leaves

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