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From The Editor Ever dream of moving to a place where you could be happy for the rest of your life? That had beautiful water and great golf and offered all the other amenities and interests that you really enjoy? Where you could easily make new friends who would care about you? Where excellent healthcare and shopping was nearby? With a cost of living you could readily afford? Tellico Village Living has been developed to show why Tellico Village has become one of the premier water and golf recreational communities in the Southeast. Another reason why over 7,000 very happy residents from all over the United States are currently living their dream in Tellico Village. So please enjoy the following pages. If you’ve already had the opportunity to visit Tellico Village, please don’t hesitate to call me with any questions or requests. If you haven’t yet visited us, please call to set up a Discovery Package or Day Tour. Either way, we’d love the opportunity to personally… “Tell’Em it’s Better at Tellico Village” Hope to talk to you soon.

Beth Kuberka Marketing Manager 202 Chota Road Loudon, TN 37774 865-458-7095

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Welcome To Tellico Village

Tellico Village is a lakeshore community in East Tennessee that offers a unique combination of natural beauty, mild four-season climate, outstanding recreational facilities, and close proximity to the benefits of a thriving city. Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Tellico Village comprises over 5,000 acres along Tellico Lake. Established in 1986, it has become one of the premier waterfront golf communities in the Southeastern U.S. Its three private championship golf courses offer outstanding play, and Tellico Lake provides a pristine resource for boating, fishing and swimming. An unparalleled number of other high quality amenities help residents enjoy a truly special and fulfilling lifestyle. Just 31 miles from Knoxville – home to the University of Tennessee – Tellico Village is conveniently located with easy access to nationally recognized healthcare providers and major shopping venues. Its ideal location provides residents with a wide range of cultural, educational, and entertainment resources. Since its inception, Tellico Village has experienced solid growth and established a sound financial footing. More than 7,000 residents now call Tellico Village home, and together they have created a warm and caring environment that welcomes newcomers who build lifelong friendships.

Tellico Village Property Owenrs Association Tellico Village Welcome Center 202 Chota Road Loudon, TN 37774 888-287-0676 www.tellicovillage.org

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Village at a Glance SIZE Acreage (including Kahite) 5,000 Distance east to west (Loudon County) 1 mile Distance north to south (Loudon County) 9 miles

An Award-Winning Community Over the past four years, Tellico Village has been recognized with a series of awards from Real Estate Scorecard (RES). One of the leading websites serving the active adult community industry, RES visits close to 400 communities throughout the Southeast each year evaluating amenities, governance, financial stability, developer credibility and the general satisfaction of the community’s residents. The Real Estate Scorecard recognitions are called Bliss Awards. A significant part in winning a Bliss Award is resident feedback. Hundreds of Tellico Village households have told RES how much they enjoy living in the community. Their opinions can be reviewed at: realestatescorecard.com. Check out why so many Tellico Villagers love being part of a special place in East Tennessee.

Tellico Village Bliss Awards 2013 Bliss Award Best Master Planned Community in Tennessee 2014 Bliss Award Happiest Community in the Southeast 2015 Bliss Award Community Spirit Award 2016 Bliss Award Best Master Planned Community in Tennessee An award winning-community - just another reason why "It’s better at Tellico Village."

POPULATION (As of Dec. 31, 2015) Property Owner Assessed Lots Resident Homes/Townhomes Occupied Homes built Town Homes Businesses

over 6,600 over 3,900 over 3,700 over 324 over 25

________________________________________ AMENITIES Three 18-hole golf courses Two driving ranges Three clubhouses Yacht & Country Club Two outdoor swimming pools One indoor swimming pool Wellness Center Chota Recreation Center Kahite Activity Center Ten tennis courts & 8 pickleball courts Nature & hiking trail Walking Path ________________________________________ Weather Summary (According to National Climatic Data Center Records for 1971-2000) (Updated January 2017): Average High/Low Temperatures January . .. . 47.2/27.4 July . .. .. . . 89.0/68.3 February . . . 52.2/29.5 August . . .. 88.2/67.0 March . . . . 61.4/37.4 September...82.5/60.3 April . . . . 70.6/44.9 October . . 71.9/46.7 May . . . . . . 78.3/54.5 November . 60.7/37.9 June . . . . . . 85.6/63.7 December . 51.0/30.4 ________________________________________ County Offices Assessor of Property County Court Clerk Register of Deeds Trustee

Loudon County (865) 458-2059 (865) 458-3314 (865) 458-2605 (865) 458-3103

Monroe County (423) 442-3637 (423) 442-2220 (423) 442-2440 (423) 442-2920

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Location, Location, Location

Tellico Village’s location is ideal from many perspectives, including its moderate climate, its convenient access to high quality healthcare and major shopping, and its close proximity to an economically thriving city.

KNOXVILLE Voted by Frommer’s as one of the top 20 vacation destinations in the U.S., Knoxville is home to a rich arts community, extensive entertainment entities – including the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and the Knoxville Opera Company – and the University of Tennessee. The University’s Vols football team draws over 100,000 people to many of its home games. The city hosts numerous festivals throughout the year and is an integral part of Villagers’ lives. Knoxville and its surrounding areas, including Tellico Village, are served by McGhee Tyson Airport. Five major airlines fly into Knoxville and provide non-stop service to 19 destinations.

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MAJOR SHOPPING VENUES A wide-range of retailers are within a short drive of Tellico Village. In terms of supermarkets, Food Lion is located in the Village and Kroger, Publix, Food City and Ingles are all close-by in Lenoir City and Farragut. Many Villagers shop regularly in Turkey Creek (about 20 minutes away) which offers two miles of diverse shopping from big box stores, WalMart and Target, to specialty stores like Bed, Bath and Beyond, Hobby Lobby, Best Buy and more. One block over from Turkey Creek on Kingston Pike, one of Costco’s most successful locations can be found. In Knoxville, Villagers shop at Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods. Knoxville’s largest indoor mall - West Town - is 35 minutes from the Village and features two of the south’s best department stores, Dillard’s and Belk, plus an assortment of other major retailers.

SUPERIOR HEALTHCARE FACILITIES In nearby Knoxville there are a diversity of nationally recognized healthcare providers. The University of Tennessee Medical Center is a teaching and research hospital which offers highly specialized care. Covenant Health’s flagship hospital is Parkwest Medical Center and is one of the country’s top heart care hospitals. Covenant’s Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center is home to the Thompson Cancer Survival Center. Tennova, one of the largest healthcare systems in Tennessee, has numerous facilities in the area including the Turkey Creek Medical Center. Knoxville is also home to the renowned Provision Proton Therapy Center.

Bald Eagle photo taken by Tellico Village resident Norma Aiello from the boatdock at the spillway dam on Hwy 444.

EASY TRAVEL CONNECTIONS Tellico Village is located just minutes away from two major interstate highways – I-75 and I-40. These interstates give residents ready access to major cities in the Southeast, including Atlanta, Nashville, and Asheville. Best of all, Villagers are within a day’s drive of 60 percent of the U.S. population.

IDEAL CLIMATE Tellico Village enjoys the four seasons at their best. From mild winters to breathtaking falls, the climate in East Tennessee produces glorious landscapes and facilitates year-round outdoor activity.

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Good Old Rocky Top Knoxville BEST SOUTHERN CITY A commingling of history, music, outdoor activities, unique shopping and varied culinary experiences, Knoxville is a source of amazement to visitors of all ages. Selected by Trip Advisor as a Top 10 Destination on the Rise, much of Knoxville’s diverse downtown attractions are within walking distance which adds to the city’s charming ambience.

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KNOXVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The KSO performs more than 200 programs each season. Presentations of classical, pop and chamber music are staged in the traditional venues of the Tennessee and Bijou Theatres, Civic Auditorium, and in non-traditional places like school classrooms, hospitals, city parks, in Tellico Village and churches throughout East Tennessee.

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Museum of Art

TENNESSEE THEATRE Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and honored as the Official State Theatre of Tennessee, today’s Tennessee Theatre has something for everyone: classical music, vintage films, dance, Broadway, and stellar performances by today’s hottest musicians and yesterday’s favorites. THE KNOXVILLE MUSEUM OF ART Celebrating the art and artists of East Tennessee, the Knoxville Museum of Art presents new art and new ideas, it educates and fosters a greater appreciation for the arts across the area.

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IJAMS NATURE CENTER It is a wild place filled with rocks, rivers, trees, trails, owls and salamanders. Ijams visitors of all ages and ability can hike, bike, paddle, stroll, learn or simply enjoy the day. CLARENCE BROWN THEATRE The Clarence Brown Theatre for the Performing Arts at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, was formally dedicated in November of 1970. Heralded at the time as one of the finest facilities in the nation, the theatre remains a superb performance venue.


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Lakeway to the Smokies Loudon County

Water everywhere! A county full of lakes and rivers earns Loudon County the reputation as the Lakeway to the Smokies

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It’s no wonder Loudon County is touted as the Lakeway to the Smokies, with several lakes and rivers embracing and enhancing the county, including Fort Loudoun, Tellico, Watts Bar and Melton Hill Lakes and the Tennessee and Clinch Rivers. Enjoy lakeside parks, boating, fishing, hiking and many other relaxing activities in Loudon County.

Loudon County was formed on May 27, 1870, from portions of Roane, Monroe and Blount counties. Originally, it was named Christiana County, but a few days later the name was changed to Loudon in honor of nearby colonial Fort Loudoun.

Sweetwater Valley Cheese

Tennessee Valley Winery

The Lyric Theatre Company

Owner John Harrison has preserved the fine art and craft of making cheese in the traditional farmstead manner which is a controlled process from cow to consumer that creates high-quality cheddar cheese.

Established in November of 1984,this is one of the oldest operating wineries in East Tennessee. The winery offers a selection of up to 20 different varieties and produces around 80,000 bottles of wine per year.

A unique venue for music concerts, the Lyric is a small theatre dating from circa 1922. The Lyric features plays and performances by musical groups playing bluegrass, old time, blues, and folk music.

Lenoir City Museum And Cotton Mill Site Filled with artifacts from Lenoir City’s early days, the museum features memoribilia from early businesses, the Civil War, WWI, WWII, and the Lenoir family.

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Cherokee National Forest Monroe County Monroe County is located southwest of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in a quiet, tranquil section of East Tennessee. It’s easily accessed by traveling on Interstate 75. Although located less than an hour from Knoxville and Chattanooga, the county has plenty of breathtaking views, great fishing, fun things to do with the family, and superb hiking trails. This is the sixth largest county in land area in the entire state and former homeland of the Cherokee Indians. The Cherokee National Forest comprises one-third of the county with 189 miles of trails for hikers, bikers and horses. Some of the area’s wonderful attractions include: The Lost Sea, Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, Fort Loudoun State Historic Park, and Tsali Notch Vineyard.

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The Cherokee National Forest is Tennessee’s only National Forest, and home to the Cherohala Skyway which was opened and dedicated in 1996. The road cost over 100 million dollars to construct and crosses through the Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee and the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina. The name “Cherohala” comes from the names of the two National Forests: “Chero” from the Cherokee and “hala” from the Nantahala. The Cherohala Skyway is located in southeast Tennessee and southwest North Carolina. It connects Tellico Plains, Tennessee, with Robbinsville, North Carolina, and is about 40 miles long. The elevations range from 900 feet above sea level at the Tellico River in Tennessee to over 5,400 feet above sea level at the Tennessee-North Carolina state line at Haw Knob.


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A Legendary Past CHARLES HALL MUSEUM Located in Tellico Plains, the Charles Hall Museum offers 5000 square feet of local history featuring more than 200 guns, an extensive telephone collection and impressive coin collection. THE LOST SEA Open every day of the year for tours, the Lost Sea is America’s largest underground lake and is situated in beautiful Sweetwater, Tennessee.

FORT LOUDOUN STATE PARK Fort Loudoun State Historic Park is a 1,200 acre site on the location of one of the earliest British military fortifications on the western frontier. Fort Loudon, built in 1756, was near two principal Cherokee towns: Tenase, namesake of the state of Tennessee, and Tuskeegee, birthplace of Sequoyah. Today the fort and the 1794 Tellico Blockhouse overlook Tellico Lake and the Appalachian Mountains. The park is located one mile off Highway 411 on Highway 360 in Vonore, Tennessee.

SEQUOYAH BIRTHPLACE The Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, a property of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, strives to promote an understanding and appreciation of the history of the Cherokee people. Sequoyah was born circa 1776 in the village of Tuskeegee, close to where the museum is today. He is credited with perfecting a system for reading and writing the Cherokee language.

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Life on Tellico Lake

Tellico Village sits on more than 5,000 breathtaking acres along Tellico Lake. This 33-mile long lake is part of the 11,000-mile Tennessee River System and one of the most spectacularly beautiful and personally usable bodies of water in the Southeast. It accommodates all water sports including: boating, sailing, personal watercrafts and kayaks. Tellico Lake is one of the pre-eminent locations for year-round fishing. It hosts several national bass fishing tournaments, and fishermen dot the landscape from sunrise to sunset.

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Voted by Boating Magazine as one of the “10 Best Places to Live and Boat,� Tellico Village has unsurpassed boating opportunities. From kayakers to cruisers, residents enjoy miles of pristine water for their boating pleasure. From early May to late September, residents use Tellico Lake for swimming, water skiing, tubing, and just having fun along the lake’s 357 miles of shoreline. The clean water of Tellico Lake makes it a water wonderland for multigenerational family activities.


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Lake Living Soggy Bottom Kayakers Village kayakers regularly schedule paddles for those interested in seeing East Tennessee’s varied waterways. The club features a well-rounded schedule with a volunteer leading each event. It includes long and short distances, lake and river waters and overnight paddles. These social outings offer excellent opportunities to make new friends, experience beautiful landscapes and provide valuable physical exercise.

Cruising Club The Tellico Cruising Club has evolved from a small group of boaters with a common interest in boating to a formal and thriving organization with a membership of over 400. The club’s fleet now consists of over 200 boats, including pontoon boats, runabouts, cruisers and personal watercraft. Having fun on the lake safely is the club’s focus.

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Fishing Club Membership in the Tellico Village Fishing Club (TVFC) is open to all Village residents, and boat ownership is not necessary to be a member or to participate in club activities. The TVFC provides a forum for knowledge sharing through meetings, tournaments and outings that promote fellowship, fishing techniques and awareness of local lakes. Regardless of experience, all interested fishing enthusiasts are welcome.

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Three Championship Golf Courses Tellico Village is home to three of the most beautiful and challenging championship golf courses in the Southeast. All three private courses were designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, architects of some of America’s greatest courses, including Congressional Country Club (Blue), Tropicana Country Club, the Tournament Players Club in Las Vegas, and Sawgrass Country Club. Each of the scenic and beautifully maintained courses of Tellico

Village has its own distinctive design and personality. Best of all, all Tellico Village Property Owners automatically become full Tellico Village Golf Club Members with all rights and privileges on all three courses. Tellico Village Property Owners are not required to post a bond, pay an initiation fee, or spend a monthly minimum to maintain full playing privileges on our courses.

Meet The Director of Golf Jim West has been with Tellico Village since December, 2002, and is responsible for all aspects of the golf experience, including pro shop operations, golf course maintenance and golf marketing. Jim also oversees the food service operation at The Links at Kahite. Jim’s direct reports include the golf professionals and head golf course superintendents at each course as well as the food and beverage manager at The Links at Kahite. In Jim’s 35-year golf career, he has achieved a high level of success at nearly every type of golf facility, including high volume daily fee courses, large-scale resort facilities, multi-course/multistate management companies and ultra-exclusive private clubs in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Jim’s hard work and dedication to the game of golf have earned him

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numerous awards with the PGA of America, including the 2014 Tennessee Section PGA Golf Professional of the Year - the highest honor the PGA of America bestows on a working Club Professional whose total contributions to the game best exemplify the complete PGA Professional; 2015 Tennessee Section PGA Horton Smith Award for contributions to educational programs; 2015 Knoxville Chapter PGA Bill Strausbaugh Award for mentoring fellow professionals and the 2012 Knoxville Chapter PGA Merchandiser of the Year for Private Clubs. Jim also serves as Secretary on the Tennessee Section PGA Board of Directors and is on the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Golf Foundation. When Jim isn’t at one of the Village’s golf courses, he enjoys motorcycle road racing, boating, tennis and especially Tennessee football. He and his wife, Nikki, reside in West Knoxville and have a 22-year old daughter, Katherine, who just graduated from the University of Tennessee, and majored in chemistry. Katherine will head to Memphis this fall to attend Pharmacy School.


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CHAMPIONSHIP Golf

Toqua Golf Course, Clubhouse & Pavilion Opened in 1987 and extensively renovated in 2008, the Toqua course features a classic design built into an exquisite natural setting with several holes playing alongside Tellico Lake and others winding through hills and valleys. Toqua is a beautiful golf course cut through a forest on Tellico Lake. You have everything from tree-lined holes to a links setting on the lake. The genius of the course is that it is playable for all levels of golfers whether you are a scratch golfer or beginner. It is a championship level golf course that approaches 7,000 yards from the tips and can play as short as 4,200 yards from the “play it forward” tees. Toqua was nominated to Golf Digest as the best new course in 1987. The Toqua course offers a driving range, short-game practice area and practice putting green. Its clubhouse restaurant is popular for casual dining and provides a spacious veranda for post play food and refreshments. In 2014, the 3,024 sq. ft. Toqua Pavilion was opened and is used for tournaments, banquets and other large gatherings and events.

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Chris Sykes holds a B.S. in Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences with an emphasis on Turfgrass Management from Virginia Tech where he was a member of the golf team. Before coming to Tellico Village, Chris worked for two years at The Honor’s Course in Ooltewah, Tennessee; and then in November, 1997, became Golf Course Superintendent of Cherokee Country Club (a David Ross Course in Knoxville, Tennessee). Chris was hired in April, 2011 to be

the Superintendent of the Toqua Championship Golf Course. Recognized as one of the top Turfgrass experts in Tennessee, Chris’ expertise and hard work have significantly contributed to the quality and playability of this outstanding golf course. Chris lives in the Knoxville area with his wife, Nicole, and three wonderful children. In addition to his family, his passions are physical fitness and his golf course.


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Meet The Golf Professional

Adam Jacob grew up in New Berlin, Wisconsin, and began playing golf at the age of 15. He played golf through high school and lettered his junior and senior year. After high school, Adam attended college at Ferris State University where he enjoyed multiple golf internships at places like Whistling Straits in Kohler, WI, West Brook Country Club in Mansfield, OH, and Mission Hills Country Club in Palm Springs, CA. After graduating from Ferris State University in May 2003 with a degree

in Marketing and Golf Management, Adam took his first assistant’s position at Tellico Village. Less than a year later, Adam completed his PGA work and became an official PGA member. Adam has enjoyed his time working with all the Tellico Village leagues and taking part in the changes in the Village over the past decade. Adam and his wife Liz have two energetic children and, when he’s not on the golf course, he is spending time with his family and exploring beautiful East Tennessee. www.TellicoVillage.org

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Tanasi Golf Course & Clubhouse The Tanasi Golf Course and Clubhouse opened in 1996 and was the second of the three courses built in Tellico Village. The 18-hole layout incorporates Tellico Lake to enhance the beauty of the facility and features Crenshaw bentgrass greens and Bermuda fairways. Tanasi is much different than the other Village courses in its design. It is more open and has much bigger greens. Holes 8, 9 and 10 bring the lake into play off the tee, offering some of the most scenic and challenging holes on the course. This championship course has seven sets of tees that play from 6,731 yards to 4,480 yards. The course is loaded with tough elevated greens characterized by undulation and surrounding

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bunkers. Tanasi’s 9th hole is a short driving hole to a three-tiered, downward-sloping fairway with a unique approach shot over a portion of Tellico Lake. The course also boasts some fun holes, including the double-dogleg par 5 hole number 13, and subsequent hole 14 - a par 3 that requires the golfer to hit over a small pond onto an elevated green that slopes to the front. Tanasi has an 18-hole putting green as well as a complete clubhouse. The Tanasi Clubhouse’s wraparound portico invites visitors to kick back, relax and take in the spectacular lake and golf course views. The restaurant offers appetizing lunch and dinner options for golfers and guests.


Meet The First Assistant Golf Professional

Casey Flenniken is an East Tennessee native and a graduate of Tennessee Wesleyan College. While at Tennessee Wesleyan, Casey was a highly decorated collegiate golfer: AAC first team All-Conference 2008 -2011, PING All-American 2010-2011, ACC Team South Member 2011, and ACC Conference Player of the Year 2008. After turning professional in 2012, Casey continued his success on and off the course, competing at the national level of the PGA Assistant’s Championship in 2012 and earning

the coveted 2014 Tennessee Section PGA Assistant Professional of the Year Award and the 2015 Tennessee Section PGA Assistant Player of the Year Award. Coming to Tellico Village in early 2016, Casey’s friendly, outgoing personality coupled with his love for golf and people make him an excellent addition to the award-winning golf professional staff at Tellico Village.

Meet The Golf Superintendent

Wells McClure was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. During his teenage years, Wells had a successful lawn and landscaping business that would be the beginning of his turf career. Wells has always had a love for the outdoors, most notably hunting, kayaking and hiking. Wells attended the University of Tennessee where he received his bachelor’s degree in Plant Sciences with a concentration in Turfgrass Management. While a student, he worked on multiple internships including working for the University of Tennessee Turfgrass Research

Department, for Rarity Point during its construction and for Gettysvue Country Club. Following graduation, Wells moved to Virginia where he was an assistant at two courses (Cannon Ridge and Mattapoint Springs). Wells was the assistant at Toqua for one year before being asked to act as the interim supervisor at Tanasi. Based on this performance, he was promoted to Golf Course Superintendent in August, 2012. He is excited about continuing to improve Tanasi and building his life and family in East Tennessee.

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The Links at Kahite Golf Course & Clubhouse This is Tellico Village’s newest 18-hole championship course. The Links at Kahite opened in 2002 and is a true links-style course with very unusual design characteristics. The course meanders through a beautiful natural setting and offers spectacular panoramic views of the Great Smoky Mountains. It has six sets of tees that play from 7,170 yards to 4,435 yards. Among Kahite’s challenges are the 93 bunkers on the course, with 12 of those being on hole number 18. The famous ninth hole is an 808yard par 6. Kahite features bentgrass greens and

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Bermuda fairways. The tall fescue lining some of the fairways provides for outstanding shot framing and plenty of penalty for the wayward drive. The Links of Kahite was nominated in 2003 to Golf Digest as best new private course. Kahite features the Village’s newest driving range facility, practice bunkers and putting green. The Kahite Clubhouse offers great casual dining and an outdoor patio for post-game refreshments.


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Meet The Golf Professional

Jordan Clark is the Golf Superintendent at The Links at Kahite. Jordan began playing golf at an early age and played competitively in high school. He went on to the University of Kentucky as an Architect major but transferred to the University of Tennessee to study Turfgrass Management. Jordan has held several internships in Tennessee, North Carolina, and Maryland. He has also volunteered at the Turf Research Farm at the University of Tennessee. Jordan was originally hired at Tellico Village in 2012 as a 2nd Assistant Superintendent at Tanasi and then the 1st Assistant Superintendent

at Toqua. In the summer of 2016, Jordan was promoted to the Golf Course Superintendent at The Links at Kahite. When not on the golf course, Clark enjoys spending quality time with his wife Mary, a teacher, and their dog.

Jeff Harrington was introduced to the game of golf at the early age of five years old by his father, Jay Harrington, a lifelong PGA Member and Club Professional. He spent his childhood days going to the golf course with his father, helping out with daily golf shop activities and playing golf from sun up to sun down. Jeff was recruited to play college golf at Lees McCrae University and went on to finish his college career at Appalachian State. He earned membership in the PGA in 1987 and worked as an assistant professional at various golf clubs in

North and South Carolina as well as Ohio. In 1991, Jeff was hired as the Head Golf Professional at the DeBordieu Club in Pawleys Island, South Carolina, where he served for 12 years prior to moving to the Tellico Lake area. Jeff joined the Tellico Village Golf professional staff in 2012 and currently is the Head Golf Professional at Toqua. Passing on the knowledge he has learned from a lifetime of golf is his passion, and in his spare time he enjoys playing guitar, staying fit and following Cincinnati Bengals football. www.TellicoVillage.org

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The Wellness Center This 27,000-square-foot facility features a six-lane/25-yard indoor heated swimming pool as well as a warm water therapy pool. A variety of fitness classes take place in the indoor pool year round. The 6,500-square-foot exercise room includes more than 20 weight machines, free weights, a stretching area and stateof-the-art cardio machines outfitted with integrated cardiotheater. An indoor walking track surrounds the exercise area which allows four seasons of walking despite the weather. A large fitness classroom houses dozens of fitness classes every week and features joint-friendly rubberized flooring. Full service men’s and women’s locker rooms are equipped with dry saunas. Outside the Wellness Center, there are four Har-Tru clay tennis courts and eight lighted pickleball courts. In 2015, a one-half mile walking path was added that encircles the Wellness Center property.

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Pickleball Club The Tellico Village Pickleball Club (TVPBC), with almost 600 members, is one of the largest in the country. Promoting a balance of social and competitive play, the club welcomes members of all skill levels. Club members participate in a variety of pickleball-related social activities, weekly round robin tournaments and skill sessions conducted by the TVPBC’s more advanced players. The club’s top players compete in local, state, national and international events. The primary emphasis of the TVPBC is learning the game, socializing with friends and having fun playing pickleball.

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Family Beach Pavilion This 6,750-square-foot family park area contains a well equipped 1,515-squarefoot pavilion for parties and picnics. The pavilion includes 16 picnic tables, electrical access, ceiling fans, charcoal grills, and trash receptacles. The park has a lovely sandy beach which leads to a roped swimming area. There is also a fun and interactive playground for younger children.

Kahite Activity Center An exercise room featuring cardio equipment, free weights, a stretching area and a combo weight machine can be found nestled in the golf clubhouse at the Links at Kahite. Two hard surface tennis courts and an outdoor swimming pool are located on the grounds, as well as an activity annex which hosts a variety of meetings, club activities and fitness classes. Full service men’s and women’s locker rooms are also available. A pavilion and play ground are available for residents as well.

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The Village Quilters Club The Village Quilters Club was established in 1996 and has grown to a current membership of 300. The Quilters are dedicated to preserving and continuing the traditions, culture and history of quilting. The Village Quilters sponsor, support and encourage numerous quilting activities. The group meets regularly to share the latest techniques and educational opportunities.

Mah Jongg - Open Play Mah Jongg is a favorite Villager activity. All levels of playing skill are welcome. Veteran players often hold instructional classes for beginners.


Chota Recreation Center This is a 17,460-square-foot facility where you will find four meeting rooms equipped to satisfy a number of needs. They are available for reservation by Tellico Village property owners. Chota also houses a full gymnasium where Villagers play basketball, badminton, table tennis and more. Two racquetball courts and four hard-surfaced lighted tennis courts and an outdoor pool (including “kiddie” pool) are available for swimming enthusiasts. Full service men’s and women’s locker rooms include dry saunas. Sports equipment for tennis, badminton, racquetball, table tennis and basketball can be checked out at the front desk.

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At the tip of Sequoyah Point, jutting gently out into Tellico Lake, stands the Tellico Village Yacht Club, home of the Blue Heron Restaurant and Lounge. Opened in 1988, the Yacht Club has been Tellico Village’s social hub ever since. The Blue Heron offers “exceptional lakeside dining” Tuesday through Saturday. The restaurant’s adjoining lounge features some of East Tennessee’s most creative mixologists and welcomes patrons starting at 4:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. All Village residents are automatically members of the TVYC when they become property owners. There is no initiation fee or monthly dining minimums at the club. Essentially, residents show up, meet their friends and enjoy a terrific meal overlooking the lake with the Smoky Mountains off in the distance. Many Villagers invite their neighbors to join them for a summer evening boat ride

to the club’s courtesy dock where they enjoy outside Friday night Tiki Bar music and dining from April through October. Numerous community organizations, such as Kiwanis and Garden Club, use the Yacht Club for their monthly meetings. The Tellico Village Property Owners Association Board of Directors stages its monthly open meeting on the club’s top floor. There seems to be something going at the club almost every night and day of the week. Property owners can purchase Reciprocal Courtesy Cards for the Yachting Clubs of America. The card allows residents to frequent the more than 800 yachting clubs which are members of the association. The Yacht Club is a popular spot for weddings and wedding receptions. The club is available for weddings of residents, their children, and individuals interested renting the facility for this lifetime memorable event.

Signature Dishes

Pan Seared Wild Caught Atlantic Salmon – over dill and lemongrass flavored Israeli couscous with fennel, fresh spinach, roasted tomato and crispy leeks.

House Made Rocky Road – fudge brownie, toasted meringue, chocolate amaretto mousse, toasted almonds and vanilla bean ice cream.

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The Marinas of Tellico Village There are three marinas in Tellico Village and their proximity to Tellico Lake ensures easy access to all the lake has to offer. The Yacht Club Basin Marina is the community's largest with other facilities at the Tanasi Clubhouse and in the Kahite neighborhood. With more than 800 slips, all types of boats - large and small - can be accommodated including jet skis. There are a limited number of covered berths available. The marina docks are locked and have electrical and water services to help residents maintain their watercraft.

Kayak Storage and Launch Facility Some Village kayakers do not have a convenient place to store or means to transport their kayaks. For them, there’s the Kayak Launch and Storage Facility found at I Dock in the Yacht Club Basin. The facility

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holds 32 kayaks and is lighted, fenced and locked to provide maximum security for the vessels. Steps away from the storage area are two state-of-the-art kayak launchers which allow facility renters easy entry and exit for their kayaks. Best of all, they never get wet during these two tricky kayaking moments.


Tellico Village Welcome Center Opened in the fall of 2015, the Tellico Village Welcome Center is the first stop for many prospective Villagers. It's the place to get information and maps on the community. Thanks to its central Village location, the facility is the launching point for Village tours either with one of the Preferred Realtors or a Village resident as a guide.

Rover Run Dog Park The park is operated by the Dog Owner’s Group (D.O.G.). About two acres in size, the park is separated by secured gate access into “large” and “small” dog areas. A safe place to take dogs to meet friends, run and play or just enjoy the outdoors are important factors contributing to a dog’s physical and mental health. A well exercised dog is a calm dog. Rover Run Dog Park has the room for dogs to romp off leash with other dogs or to play fetch with the tennis balls provided at the park. Multiple water faucets and bowls are available in the park. Trees have been planted to provide shade. Membership fees fund 99% of park expenses. Guest passes are available. All dogs must show current vaccinations and be either spayed or neutered.

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HomeOwners Association

New Villagers

The Tellico Village HomeOwners Association works for the Tellico Village home-owners. It is a social and advocacy organization and is the largest group within the community. With the collective support of all homeowners, the HOA effectively advocates for the benefits, services and quality of life expected by all Villagers. The HOA is also responsible for organizing and managing many of the community’s large scale social events.

The purpose of the New Villagers Club is to promote friendship among newcomers in Tellico Village through social functions and to facilitate newcomers’ participation in the activities of the Village. Membership is open to individuals or households who have resided in Tellico Village for less than two years. Members retain their privileges for the rest of the calendar year in which they join plus the subsequent two calendar years. New Villagers is a purely social organization and does not engage in the business activities of the Village.

Tellico Village Computer Users Club One of the Village’s longest running clubs, the Tellico Village Computer Users Club (TVCUC) was founded in 2001. The organization today counts several hundred Villagers as members. The purpose of the club is to provide a forum for the community’s computer users to help each other in their understanding and use of personal computers. The club’s various activities include speakers at monthly meetings, computer support for TVCUC members and educational events. The Technology Access Program (TAP) is comprised of TVCUC members. TAP collects old, used computers, refurbishes them and distributes upgraded machines to needy students and families in the area.

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Village Vettes The Village Vettes is a social organization centered on a love for Corvettes. Members share car information and enjoy various motoring activities. More than 70 households participate in cruise-ins, day-trips and other events.

Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles Promoting preservation and restoration and sustaining the use of older vehicles are the focus of the Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles Club. This group features all types of cars, trucks, antique, classic and contemporary vehicles. It encourages good fellowship, a positive understanding of the vintage vehicle hobby and community involvement through charitable activities.

Tellico Village Riders The Tellico Village Riders welcome motorcycle enthusiasts and support the motorcycle lifestyle of its membership. The Riders advance safe riding habits and organize group rides and other activities pertaining to motorcycling.

Tellico Roadrunners RV Club Owning the efficient pop-up tent trailer or the eye-catching 43-foot motor coach, members of the Tellico Village Roadrunners RV Club enjoy the open road. An all volunteer organization, the club plans a series of motoring activities throughout the year.

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Hike East Tennessee Surrounded by the beauty of the Smoky and Cumberland Mountains, Tellico Village residents are afforded boundless opportunities to explore the natural wonders that lay along Tellico Lake, in nearby Great Smoky Mountain National Park and throughout Eastern and Central Tennessee. Hiking is a favorite mode of exploration. Within the community there are four hiking/walking trails: Coyatee hiking trail; Kahite hiking trail; Toqua walking trail and the walking path at the Wellness Center. Many Villagers hike in small groups while others participate in one of the organized hiking clubs.

Tellico Village Hiking Club Comprised of hikers of all backgrounds, the Tellico Village Hiking Club sponsors two hikes per month. These hikes vary in difficulty from easy to moderate to difficult. The venues also vary in hiking distances from five to 12 miles. The club frequently hikes sections of the Appalachian Trail.

Ladies That Hike A ladies’ hiking group, Ladies That Hike usually hike five to seven miles per outing on easy to moderate trails. All the hikes are within close driving distance of the Village. The ladies usually hike ten times a year.

East Lakeshore Trail Hikers On the third Tuesday of every month, the East Lakeshore Trail Hikers cover up to three miles of the East Lakeshore Trail system. These easy trails are found on the opposite side of Tellico Lake from the community. The outings usually take a half day, and the trailheads are easily and quickly accessible from the Village.

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Muddy Boots Affiliated with the Tellico Village New Villagers Club, Muddy Boots organizes primarily easy monthly hikes. These events are essentially opportunities for new residents to meet other new residents and enjoy a walk in a nearby location. These outings help them get acquainted with the area and other new arrivals to the community.

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The Art Guild

Rubber Stamping

The purpose of the Art Guild of Tellico Village is to support and encourage creativity, appreciation and patronage of the visual arts through educational activities such as lectures, tours, workshops and exhibits. The Guild’s annual spring art show features upwards of 300 pieces from its membership and draws hundreds to the three-day exhibition. Classes are conducted by members for beginning as well as advanced artists.

This club teaches stamping techniques and ways of constructing cards and sharing ideas for cards. The club presents the once-a year Stamp-a-thon special event which is open to group members as well as others who are interested in card stamping.

Other Art Clubs: -Stained Glass -Scrapbook Group - Photography Club


Woodworkers Club The Woodworkers Club’s purpose is to further the knowledge and expertise of the woodworking craft through learning and sharing experience. Major activities include the annual contribution to Loudon County Sheriff’s Toys For Tots Program (handmade toys plus purchased toys and money collected from Tellico Village residents); woodworking projects in support of our community; field trips; mentoring by club experts, and program presentations by woodworking experts at each of its meetings.

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The Sounds of Tellico

Tellico Village Top Notes The Tellico Top Notes is a 20-piece band that focuses on playing classic big band music from the ‘30s and ‘40s as well as some current tunes. The band’s goal is to offer the opportunity for former high school and college musicians to play their instruments in an informal setting. The Top Notes perform primarily for the assisted living and church circuit. It is basically an amateur group although some members have broader musical backgrounds than others.

Other Music Clubs: - Bluegrass Jam - Community Concerts Committee - Tellico Jazz & Music Lovers

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The Gardens of Tellico

The Garden Club The Tellico Village Garden Club was organized to encourage the love of gardening and improve the quality of the environment through educational programs, field trips, publications and the maintenance of the community’s neighborhood gardens. Members enjoy guest speakers each month who entertain and educate on a variety of gardening topics. There are often plants for sale as well as for exchange.

Thyme for Herbs Dedicated to growing herbs for use in the kitchen of the Tellico Village Yacht Club, this small group meets regularly at Chota Recreation Center and behind the Yacht Club to plant, maintain and harvest a variety of herbs. www.TellicoVillage.org

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Tellico Village Board of Directors The Tellico Village Property Owners Association (TVPOA) fulfills the functions of a city government in the Village, operating the water and sewer systems, maintaining roads and buildings and operating all facilities. Its annual budget of about $17 million is generated by monthly asessments from property owners and fees for the use of facilities. TVPOA is managed by a professional staff, reporting to a general manager, who in turn receives strategic direction from the Board of Directors. Seven advisory committees provide property owner advice to department directors/managers and the Board. The TVPOA promotes a participatory form of governance from its membership, and all meetings of the Board and committees are open to property owners. The seven-member volunteer TVPOA Board meets the third Wednesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the Yacht Club. Property owners are welcome and encouraged to attend all Board and committee meetings. TVPOA Board workshops are at 10 a.m. the first Tuesday of each month at the TVPOA office.

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Tellico Village Advisory Committees Reviewing applications and issuing permits for construction of all homes, businesses and shoreline improvements is the primary charge of the Architectural Control Committee. The group meets at 9:00 a.m. on the first and third Thursday of each month in the TVPOA office.

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The Communications and Marketing Advisory Committee (CMAC) advises the public relations and marketing managers on communications with property owners, non-residents, outside organizations and governmental bodies. CMAC oversees the TVPOA website and a community service television channel. The committee meets at 9:00 a.m. on the first Friday of each month at the TVPOA office.

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The TVPOA public works director relies on support from the Public Services Advisory Committee concerning the construction, maintenance and improvement of common property, including community docks and security services. The group meets at 9 a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month at the TVPOA office.

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The Long Range Planning Advisory Committee (LRPAC) advises the Tellico Village Board of Directors on long-range issues facing the Village and proceeds to develop plans to address these items as necessary. LRPAC meets at 10:00 a.m. on the fourth Thursday of each month in the TVPOA office.

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Golf

The Golf Advisory Committee (GAC) advises the director of golf on the development, operation and maintenance of Village courses. GAC meets at 3:00 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month in the TVPOA offices.

Recreation The Recreation Advisory Committee (RAC) advises the recreation department manager on recreational, health and fitness programs as well as facilities including lake events. RAC meets at 9:00 a.m. on the first Thursday of each month at the Wellness Center.

Finance

Advising the finance director and accounting manager on the financial affairs of the community is the primary responsibility of the Finance Advisory Committee (FAC). The group meets at 9:00 a.m. on the Friday immediately preceding the monthly Tellico Village Board of Directors meeting in the TVPOA offices. www.TellicoVillage.org

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Tellico Village Volunteer Fire Department

Volunteerism is a key attribute of Tellico Village and the community’s volunteer fire department is one of the prime examples of the residents’ willingness to “give back.”

Responder (EMR). Other department members have higher certifications, and all members are required to participate in regular medical and fire-fighting training programs.

The TVVFD is staffed by 37 exceptional men and women. Some have fire fighting experience; others are former members of law enforcement; still others are ex-emergency medical technicians, but the majority are Villagers who have no prior involvement with emergency assistance and have chosen this unique and valued form of community service.

Thanks to the department’s level of proficiency and equipment, the TVVFD recently earned an ISO rating of 4 which means the Village’s fire department is in the top 20 percent of all fire departments in Tennessee. The TVVFD prides itself at getting to the site of an incident in four minutes or less after it receives notification from the 911 operator. The national response time average is eight to ten minutes.

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The Public Library at Tellico Village

More than 25 years ago, the Public Library at Tellico Village got its start via a large box situated at the Tellico Village Yacht Club labeled “Take a Book! Leave a Book!” The library is now in its third generation with a 6,400 square foot facility which opened in 2012. The Public Library at Tellico Village is the only library in Tennessee which is not funded by a municipality. All operating funds - except for the head librarian and half the assistant librarian’s salaries - are underwritten by the Friends of the Tellico Village Library.

With a membership that exceeds 1,000 Villagers, the Friends of the Tellico Village Library donate in excess of 22,000 hours annually to the administration, fund-raising and operational activities of the library. Each day members of the Friends organization welcome on average 275 patrons to the library to check out books, use the 16-computer-station media room, attend life-long learning lectures or visit the children’s reading corner. The Public Library at Tellico Village is another outstanding example of volunteerism in the community.

Tellico Village Broadcasting

Tellico Village has its own television station. Tellico Village Broadcasting (TVB) is a local public access community television station found on Charter cable channel 193. With an all volunteer staff, TVB broadcasts original programming, syndicated shows and an ongoing list of Village events. The station additionally runs video features Spot light on Tellico Village and What’s Happening. These programs focus on topics of general interest in and around the Village.

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Citizens Observer Patrol They’re called COPs. The Citizens Observer Patrol is a pro-active group used to deter neighborhood crime and vandalism. It is an auxiliary operation of the Loudon County Sheriff’s Office where trained volunteers patrol Tellico Village and additional areas in the county. COPs observe and report any problems and suspicious activity. Regular house checks are performed as requested by residents of the Village who may be away from their homes for vacations or extended periods of time. These requests are confidential. COPs volunteers may also be called upon to direct traffic at an accident scene, fires, parades, handle crowd control and assist the Sheriff’s office as requested.

Neighborhood Watch Members of Neighborhood Watch receive monthly information from the Sheriff’s Office concerning traffic accidents and incidents in the Village, as well as Fire Department information, and any other alerts that are deemed necessary via the Neighborhood Watch Chairman. Members are only responsible for being alert to what is going on in their neighborhood and to reporting by phone anything that is suspicious or unusual.

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Tellico Boaters Assistance Response Team Known as T-BART, the Tellico Boaters Assistance Response Team is a large group of qualified Villagers who act as captains and crews to provide assistance to distressed boaters on Tellico Lake. On call from sunrise to sunset, T-BART members readily respond to 911 calls from boaters in need. Additionally, T-BART stages two lake orientations annually to acquaint new and veteran boaters with Tellico Lake and provide the latest information on boating safety. A not-for-profit organization, T-BART holds an annual fund raiser and conducts a public meeting once a year to inform the Village about the group‘s status and accomplishments.

Watershed Association of the Tellico Reservoir

Supporting the policies and projects that protect and improve the environment in and around the Tellico Reservoir (Tellico Lake), the Watershed Association of the Tellico Reservoir is known locally as WATeR. The association is non-profit and focuses on issues, policies and practices that promote clean air, water and natural habitat. WATeR strives to work cooperatively with governmental agencies and private organizations with similar goals. In the spring, WATeR organizes the communities on Tellico Lake in a large-scale shore cleanup usually resulting in the removal of five tons of winter debris. The organization also maintains the East Lakeshore Trail System, making sure the trails are free of fallen trees, overgrowth and other hiking hazards.

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So Much To Do Tellico Village has a unique personality that brings new and long-term residents together in pursuit of shared interests and opportunities. Residents are warm and welcoming, and a host of clubs and activities provide avenues for entertainment and enrichment. More than 200 clubs and organizations fulfill residents’ every interest Volunteer opportunities abound, and residents have made major contributions to local communities through their charitable efforts. More than anything, Tellico Village is a place where friendships develop easily, where interests can be pursued with others who share them, and where all the resources for an active, happy and rewarding life can be found.

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Here is a list of some of the clubs in Tellico Village

Activities Directory Aerobics American Legion Post 256-Tellico Lake American Wine Society Art Guild of Tellico Village Badminton Basketball BCAAT (Breathe Clean Air Action Team) Beta Sigma Phi Bible Study (Bokoshe, Kahite, Women) Bird Watching Bluegrass Jam Bowling Bridge British Car Club of Tellico Village C.O.P. Citizens Observer Patrol Christian Men's Fellowship Christian Women's Connection Chrysler Retirees Club Community Church Crafters Community Concerts Committee Computer Donations-TAP Computer Users Club First Level, Mac Users Crafting (Kahite) Dancing (Ballroom, Line, Square) Day Trippers Deep Water Workout Dock Captains Dog Owners Group (D.O.G.) Dulcimer Club, Mountain Echoes Euchre Club Fishing Club Fit & Tone Ford Club Friends of the Tellico Village Library Garden Club Genealogy General Motors Club Girl Scout Alumni Glass Guild Golf Hand & Foot Cards Group Hiking Home Owners Assocation (HOA) Illinois Club Jewish Social Club of Tellico Village Just for Fun Photography Kahite First Responders Kahite Saturday Coffee

Kickboxing Kiwanis Club Knitting & Crochet Club Ladies Book Club Lake Events/Activities Library Lions Club Little Michigan Tennessee Club Loudon County Music Scholarship Mah Jongg Men's Prayer Neighborhood Watch New Villagers New York Staters Odds & Evens Group Optimist Club Panhel Group Pickleball Pilates Pinochle POA 101 POA Board Meetings/Workshops Polish Heritage Club Etnprotonguys.com Racquetball Recreation Committee Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Retired Military Club Rotary Club of Tellico Lake Rover Run Dog Park (D.O.G. Dog Owners) Rubber Stamp Art Rummikub Scrapbook Group Sequoyah Musuem Softball Soggy Bottom Kayakers Solo Singles St. Thomas Catholic Women’s Guild Stability Ball STAYin TV Support Group: Al-Anon Support Group: Alcoholics Anonymous Support Group: Alzheimer Caregivers Support Group: Cancer (Men) Support Group: Cancer (Women) Support Group: Chronic Pain Support Group: Charlie’s Angels (Grief) Support Group: Griefshare (Grief) Support Group: Healing Hearts (Grief)

Support Group: Parkinson’s Support Group: Visual Impairment Swim Team Table Tennis Tai Chi T-BART Tellico Community Players Tellico Cruising Club Tellico Jazz and Music Lovers Tellico Lake Tennis Association Tellico Riders Motorcycle Club Tellico Roadrunners RV Club Tellico Top Notes Tellico Village Broadcasting Tellico Village Fire Department Tellico Village GFWC Women's Club Tellico Village Kahite Women's Org. Tellico Village Scrapbook Group Tennis Committee Tennis Lessons/Clinics The Public Library at Tellico Village Thyme for Herbs TN Heat Dragon Boat Club TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Townhouse Association TV Vintage Vehicles U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary U.S. Power Squadron Veteran Funeral Honor Guard Village Pool Players Village Quilters Village Vettes Volunteer Clowns of Tellico Village Walk/Talk Wallyball WATER (Watershed Assn. of Tellico) Water Aerobics Water Arthritis Water Class -Interval (Co-ed) Water Exercise Water Fun & Movement Water Zumba Weight Watchers Welcome Orientation (HOA) Wood Carving Club Woodworkers Club Yoga Zumba

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More For Your Money In any given year, Tennessee always seems to have one of the lowest costs of living in the country. This is an ideal environment for active adults who are looking to stretch their retirement dollars. The benefits of this low cost of living are evident to Tellico Village residents who enjoy an outstanding lifestyle with a minimal impact on their retirement savings. Much of this has to do with the limited or low taxes placed on Tennesseans. Here’s a quick summary of the taxes you will and will not find in the state: • • • • • • •

No state income tax No state estate tax No personal property taxes (the state does not tax your cars, boats, jet skis, etc.) No school taxes (investment in education is covered with property taxes) Low gasoline, diesel fuel and tobacco taxes Lowest per capita property taxes in the country Sales tax of nine percent (Basically, a consumption tax; the more you spend, the more tax you pay. The sales tax varies by county.)

Combine this low tax situation with a community that stresses financial solvency and you have a winning location: Tellico Village. It’s a perfect place for active adults who want to concentrate on enjoying this phase of their lives unencumbered by financial concerns.

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Tellico Village’s monthly assessment includes membership to all three of the private championship golf courses and Yacht Club. There are no initiation fees to play golf or dine at the Yacht Club which also has no monthly dining minimums. Assessments are the same for all property owners and presently are about $118 per month. Best of all, the Village offers potential residents a wide range of existing homes and buildable lots at varying price levels.

Throughout its 29-year history, Tellico Village has benefited from careful management of its resources and strong strategic planning. The result is one of the most financially sound and stable active adult communities in the nation.

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Living Here Is Special What a place! Nearby mountains, a lovely lake that stretches forever, beautiful golf courses, numerous other amenities, friendly people and a home just for you. It’s a lifestyle that cannot be beat. Find an existing home, purchase an available lot and build a dream home or find a townhome to start experiencing everything that is special about Tellico Village. With a wide assortment of homes and lots on offer, future residents can find a home or location to meet the most exacting of standards. Tellico Village has eight large neighborhoods in two adjacent counties: Loudon (Zip code: 37774) and Monroe (Zip code: 37885).

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Explore these options with one of seven local preferred real estate firms. Most of the firms’ staff members are residents of the Village and have sold real estate in the community for many years. They can help locate that special place, whether it’s a existing home or lot.


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Townhomes & Villas While there are many different styles of single-family houses in Tellico Village, there are also many styles and locations for townhouses in our community. The 11 townhouse areas in various neighborhoods were developed by Cooper Communities Inc. beginning in the 1990s. All 11 townhouse neighborhoods have an elected representative on the Tellico Village Townhouse Association board and operate under the same TVTA Governance Documents (Articles of Incorporation, Supplemental Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions, and the Restated Bylaws). A few townhouses are on the water with private docks. Most residents moor their boats in common dock locations throughout Tellico Village. Tellico Village townhouse maintenance dues range from approximately $90 to $160 per month depending on the neighborhood. These dues are in addition to the Tellico Village Property Owners Association monthly assessment.

Villa neighboorhoods - Chatuga Point Courts (quads) - Chota Hills Courts (quads) - Chota Shores Courts - Chota Landing (duplex) - Sequoyah Point Villas - Tanasi Lagoon - Tanasi Cove Villas - Coyatee Shores

Townhome Neighborhoods -Chota View Courts Quads & Duplexes

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Key Rental Management Many new residents want to take their time in making their home purchase. Key Rental Management, a long time Village business, can assist you in locating a rental property while you explore your options. They have a wide range of rental accommodations available. Key Rental is also a “Preferred Lodger for the Tellico Village Discovery Program.� 204 North Rose Street, Lenoir City, TN 37771 Phone:(865) 458-1234 http://keyrental.com/

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Preferred Builders New residents are not expected to build a new home from a limited selection of home designs. The diversity of housing styles is part of the uniqueness of the community. These featured builders have constructed countless dream homes - big and small. They all have a long, outstanding history of serving and constructing the finest homes for Village residents.

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Cook Bros Construction John Cook 865-851-7373

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Lake Point Homes Tim St. Clair 865-458-0089

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Mashburn Homes Kenny Mashburn 423-253-4790

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Keener Homes Kit Keener 865-458-1759 Contact@keenerhomes.net Keenerhomes.net

Hans Development Co. Fred Hans 865-680-1529 Frederichans@tds.net Fredhanscustomhomes.com

Precision Construction Eric & Doug Enger 865-705-6597 dougenger20@comcast.net Precisionhouses.com


Bishop Construction

Andrea Bishop & Jeff Riffey 865-214-7005 info@bishop-construction.com Bishop-Construction.com

Valiant Custom Homes

Steve Naab & Ryan Hansen 865-696-2311 admin@naab.net Valiantcustomhomes.com

Eminent Construction Jon Schulte 865-310-7250 eminentconstruction31@ gmail.com

Active Life Homes William Von Hoerling 865-755-7500

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Village Homes

Dan & Wes Cooper 865-458-6813 info@villagehomes-tellico.com Villagehomes-tellico.com

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The Tellico Village Property Owners Association Charged with all the governmental functions of the community, the Tellico Village Property Owners Association (TVPOA) represents all property owners. The TVPOA maintains 110 miles of Village roads, looks after the amenities, operates the water and sewer systems and oversees all the Village's facilities. The organization is a not-for-profit corporation and is funded by monthly assessments and user fees paid by property owners. The TVPOA is managed by a professional staff of 187 individuals. The general manager interacts with the Board of Directors which provides strategic direction and assistance. The staff manages the day-to-day operations of Tellico Village.

Winston Blazer, General Manager With a broad background in industrial management and finance, Winston Blazer has been instrumental in evolving the financially stable community that is Tellico Village. All TVPOA department heads report to him, and he regularly works with the TVPOA Board to establish the long-term direction for the community.

Parker Owen, Chief Financial Officer Overseeing a community budget of $16 million, Parker Owen brings a wealth of corporate and independent financial knowledge to his role as finance director. He and his staff manage all aspects of the Village’s financial activities including project bidding, taxes, annual audit, and creation of the community’s yearly budget.

Jeff Gagley, Public Works Director Supervising the community’s largest department as the director of public works is long-time Village employee, Jeff Gagley. Public Works cares for the roads, water and sewer system, handles the oversight of building new amenities and all maintenance of the Village’s infrastructure.

Jim West, Golf Director Keeping the community’s three championship golf courses in top-notch playing shape falls to Jim West, golf director. The golf department manages the community’s reservation system and assists Villagers with improving their game through personal instruction and clinics. Jim’s team of golf professionals and course superintendents ensure a supierior golf experiance in Tellico Village.

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Mitzi Lane, Continuous Improvement / Special Projects Manager All TVPOA employees are encouraged to continuously find ways to eliminate waste and redundancy in their jobs and community activities. Heading this effort is Mitzi Lane, continuous improvement and special projects manager. Employees have returned hundreds of thousands of dollars to the organization through the continuous improvement program.

Kevin Alfont, Information Technology Manager Keeping the Village’s information management systems in operating order is Kevin Alfont’s primary charge as information technology manager. The IT department facilitates prompt communications between Villagers, the TVPOA and outside entities.

Beth Kuberka, Marketing Communications Director Increasing awareness for the Tellico Village Brand, welcoming visitors to the community’s Welcome Center, handeling PR, managing the Discovery Program and working closely with the Village’s Preferred Realtors, home builders and home remodelers is the role of Beth Kuberka, Marketing Communications Director.

Simon Bradbury, Recreation Director With three recreation facilities, two outdoor pools, three tennis complexes, a pickleball complex and three outdoor pavilions coupled with numerous recreational classes and events, Simon Bradbury, recreation director, impacts the lives of Villagers on a social as well as physical activity level. The recreation department facilities are open throughout the year except on major holidays.

Cris Carter, Human Resources / Payroll Manager Servicing the needs of the TVPOA’s 187 person staff, is the responsibility of Cris Carter, human resources/payroll manager. She managers all employee programs to include 401K, medical, safety, payroll, benefits and much more.

Kendra Forsythe, Controller Handling the day-to-day activities in the financial area is Kendra Forsythe, accounting manager. She oversees the accounting staff that deals with vendor payments and Villager financial questions.

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The Neighborhood at Tellico Village Assisted Living A new reality confronting many individuals in their 50s and 60s is being thrust into the role of caregiver for a parent or sibling. To assist current and future residents in playing this critical role in the lives of loved ones, Tellico Village has established an area for transitional living. It's called The Neighborhood.

The Neighborhood is managed by Five Star Senior Living. The company’s assisted living services support seniors who can no longer live on their own safely yet do not require complex, round-the-clock medical care. With respect for their privacy and dignity, Five Star offers seniors friendly assistance with the activities of daily living such as personal care, transportation and medical reminders.

Memory Care Seniors with Alzheimer’s or other cognitive impairments require constant care and vigilance. Five Star’s memory care services emphasize safety and engagement. Our award-winning Bridge to Rediscovery program is a Montessoribased approach to memory care.

Respite Care / Short-Term Care For seniors needing temporary care or whose family has to travel or for those who want to “test drive” life at one of our senior living communities – Five Star offers short stays. Whether for a week or a few months, seniors enjoy exceptional care, community activities, dining, and housekeeping services – and family members enjoy peace of mind.

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At Five Star Senior Living, we invite residents into our senior living communities not just to live with us, but to thrive with us. It’s been widely publicized that adults are living longer, but there is a lot of evidence that we aren’t necessarily living longer in a healthy state. Five Star is working to change that with our Lifestyle360 program a holistic approach to active community living that focuses on five dimensions of wellness: intellectual, social, physical, emotional, and spiritual.


Stay in TV

STAYinTV is an “Aging In Place” project in Tellico Village that is part of a national movement whose goal is to help seniors live in their residence of choice as long as possible STAYinTV’s Mission is to identify the changing needs of our population and to spearhead actions that enable our residents to age in place with dignity in Tellico Village.

Tellico Village University

Discover! Enrich! Learn! And Grow! Discovery, enrichment, learning and growth are all part of the Tellico Village University experience. No matter what your interests - from the arts to technology to exploring the natural beauty of East Tennessee - TVU can help you find a course, program or resource to meet your need. TVU is a combination of local, regional and national educational opportunities. Some opportunities are found online, others are offered by partner Tellico Village organizations, and still others are presented by fellow Villagers and topic experts within the community in a classroom setting.

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THE BANK BUILT FOR REAL PEOPLE. At United Community Bank, we’ve built our bank on the promise of providing exceptional service for our neighbors. We are proud to be a trusted partner for our community with solutions that fit their individual lifestyles. After all, that’s what community banking is all about. T E LLI CO V I LL AG E | 290 Village Square | 865-458-2824

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Tellico Village Living  

Loudon, TN

Tellico Village Living  

Loudon, TN