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Life is better in a Gold Star Community JULY 2019 • VOLUME 38 • ISSUE 7 640 The Hideout, Lake Ariel, PA 18436 Roamingwood Lake and beaches are waiting for you!
June 14, 2019
President & Comm. Manager's Message 3 Chairman's Message & Environmental Corner 4 Public Safety and Public Works Corner 5 Food & Beverage Events 6-7 Meet the Candidates 8-9 Committee Minutes 12 - 21 Registration Corner 21 Happenings 25 - 26 RS&W News 27
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Employment Opportunities Hideout Groups Classifieds Advertisers' Directory
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THE HIDEABOUT NEWSPAPER
FROM JERRY RESTAINO
fter ten years of dedicated service as our Financial Manager, and working with three different General Managers, Donna Kiely has submitted her resignation effective June 14, 2019. We wish her well and thank her for those years of service.
If there is one clear absolute here in The Hideout, it is that Fox News, CNN, NBC, et al and journalists/commentators have nothing on our purveyors of news. The communication medium used can be Facebook, Twitter, verbal or maybe carrier pigeons. It is almost as if there is a daily ritual passing on information. Any resident can send any message to whomever; however, I ask that it be accurate. Rumors, innuendos, and distortions are cruel and do in fact hurt residents. We should be above that nonsense. This past week as I drove through the community to use the Stock Farm Road exit/entrance I observed a specific rule violation. There were vehicles parked within one foot of the road. One vehicle was parked in the same illegal location 2 days in a row. I have discussed this with Assistant Community Manager, Larry Frotten and asked him to discuss this with Public Safety Manager, Joe Kozuch. Rules are established to protect the community and its residents. Simply put without rules we begin to travel a slippery slope towards chaos. If there is a rule violation a citation is issued, and the resident has thirty days to correct the problem. If after that period of time the problem is not corrected, the resident will not be a Member In Good Standing and will ultimately have to appear before the Disciplinary Committee. Please use common sense in addressing these types of issues. By the time you read this issue of the Hideabout the Board will have filled the vacancy that was created when Larry Frotten resigned from the Board to become the Assistant Community Manager. Also, the Board approved salary increases for our employees that became effective June 6th. I also ask that all residents be courteous to each other; case in point is at the recycling center. Last week I was getting rid of recyclable items and I noticed a woman trying to break up a large cardboard box to put it in the dumpster. She was having a difficult time and I offered to help her. We broke up the large box and put the smaller pieces into the dumpster. She thanked me and we went on our merry ways. Two days later there was a huge cardboard box sticking out of one of the dumpster bins. That dumpster cannot be transported with one bin open. Whoever did that probably feels happy that they were able to get rid of the cardboard box but at the detriment to the POA, residents, and the maintenance staff. Again use common sense.
Larry Frotten and Brooke Craven will be interviewing candidates for the vacant Food & Beverage Manager. The Board approved a committee to review the Miller Road property. Marie Krauss and Rich Yocum are co-chairs with Bob Addeig, Robert Brinsfield, and Ryan Hill committee members. Because Miller Road was not placed under the Protective Covenants there are no limitations on what the Committee can review or recommend including whether or not we should consider Condo’s or a nature trail. Please no rumors, read my words. In addition, a Storm Water Committee was formed consisting of myself, Michael Terranova, Larry Frotten, Robert Brinsfield and Ryan Hill. A chair will be named at the first meeting. We may need to have a Civil Engineer on the Committee. At the May 10, 2019 Board Workshop, Woodland Designs presented a proposal for the development of a storm water remediation/ management plan. We are seeking other qualified proposals. For your information, $100,000 was put into the 2019 Capital Budget for storm water remediation and we have been doing a band aid approach in trying to resolve storm water issues. In fact, we spent $27,500 to have the swales on Lakeview Drive East re-built, and we have exhausted the 2019 budgeted amount. Even if the 2020 Capital Budget has another $100,000 for storm water remediation, we will still have a difficult time trying to keep up with those problems, as they arise. Nevertheless, if we did not have the dedicated, competent maintenance staff, manager, and supervisor we would be in a crisis mode. We need a concerted, detailed plan to address storm water remediation, which will be expensive but necessary. However, any plan will need community input and support.
FROM LARRY FROTTEN
Community Manager’s Message
hings are looking up because we have not seen rain in two days. I hate to refer to the weather because as the saying goes, “If you don’t like the weather just wait a few minutes because it will change.” Mother Nature, unfortunately, has not been kind to our employees and our amenities this spring; although we did have a successful ski season this past year. The golf course is recovering day by day and our new pickleball facilities are in use. We are anticipating any day that our new mini golf course will be installed. We urge all members and their guests to make use of the many fine amenities The Hideout has to offer. As most of you will notice, the final paving on our roadways has begun and will hopefully be completed by the time you read this message. We understand that the project has been difficult for many of you and we appreciate the patience members have shown. The project has provided us with new sewer and water systems that replaced an original design that had stopped functioning effectively. The project has also provided The Hideout with 42 miles of newly paved roadways. The final restoration of the properties should be completed in a short period of time. We remind anyone that has issues with the restoration project to call Roamingwood Sewer and Water to file a request for a review of any complaints.
The Hideout is always looking for qualified individuals that can join our team of professionals. The Hideout offers a great benefits package, including competitive salaries and a great place to work. The Hideout is committed to the team approach with its employees. Currently, we are seeking a highly qualified accountant/CPA to assume the function of financial manager. We are also seeking an individual with vast experience in the food and beverage function to assume the position of manager. We are seeking applicants to fill the position of patrol officers in The 50th Anniversary Committee will our Public Safety department. We are be meeting soon to begin planning those festivities. Community Relations Manager, looking for an Advertising and Community Relations Assistant for the Community Lisa Green is the chairperson and the Relations Department. We are aware that following are Committee members: there are members who have retired with Lucille Koehler Merridy Gersten significant professional accomplishments Donna DeKneip John Boandl and we seek their assistance by joining Jean David Rita Kinsella the many committees that are so vital to John Hinton Bill Rooney the ongoing growth of our community. Ken Wenz Jerry Restaino Enjoy our fireworks program on July 6th. Jerry
Join us for The Hideout's 4th of July Fireworks on July 6th. Fireworks begin at dusk, over Roamingwood Lake!
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All members are encouraged to refer individuals for potential employment positions thereby enabling us to meet the ever growing needs of the community. The Hideout is an exciting place to work with excellent potential for advancement. The Hideout proudly offers training in multiple areas and constantly seeks to enhance its work force. Most members are aware that The Hideout is a proud member of the Community Association Institute (CAI). The Hideout’s financial position is excellent and as such is recognized by being awarded the designation as a Gold Star Community. The Hideout has repeatedly been awarded the recognition and was recently awarded the designation. Recently, three employees of the Property Owners Association accepted the award on behalf of the Board of Directors and the membership. The constant review of our processes and our spending is one of the reasons the POA receives this award year after year. The POA administration would like to congratulate the newly elected board members of the Hideout Adult Social Group (HASG). On behalf of the Board of Directors and the employees of the POA, congratulations to John Hinton, President, Barbara Kelczewski, 1st Vice President, Rick Hadley, 2nd Vice President, Donna White, Recording Secretary and Virginia Kelly, Treasurer. The HASG is an example of one of the many fine clubs that members can join and enjoy. The club offers many social, relaxing, and fun activities including the chance to share new experiences and meet new friends. We encourage members to seek out, not only this club, but the others that offer our members a chance to share and make new friends, allowing you to enjoy all The Hideout has to offer. On behalf of the many fine POA employees, we wish you a safe and relaxing summer vacation time. As always, if we can make your visit or stay with us more enjoyable, please let us know.
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The Hideout App will give you information on events happening in our community. To download go to the App Store or Google Play and search “The Hideout” then look for The Hideout flower.
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FROM MICHAEL TERRANOVA
certainly made a world of difference. Our staff has a definate spring in their step. Keep up the great work. A reminder to members, please use the trash compactors for household waste only. Recently, we have had to repair one of our compactors several times. The breakdown has been attributed to nonhousehold waste. Such as contractor debris. Public Safety will be monitoring the compactors and contractors beware. Citations will be issued. So as a reminder to our members, if you have any work done by a contractor, they must make arrangements for private debris removal. I would like to thank Lisa Green, our communications guru. She has taken The Hideabout Extra to the next level. Her common sense approach and new format makes it easy to follow the day by day activities here at The Hideout. As always I want to remind our members to respect other members and our employees during the performance of their jobs. We have a great community here at The Hideout. Thanks to our outstanding employees and our diverse members.
There are QR codes at the Main and North gates for The Hideabout Newspaper and The Hideabout Extra. So, please let your friends and family know that when they stop at the gate to get their pass, if they scan the QR codes with their smart phones they will have easy assess to our monthly and bi-monthly publications. Thank you!
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THE HIDEABOUT NEWSPAPER
FROM RYAN HILL, M.S.ED, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGER
Chairman's Message I t sure looks like Mother Nature has a mind of her own. She has certainly put a damper on the RS&W paving schedule. So please be patient for the next several weeks. If any of our members have an issue with the paving, please contact RS&W. Hats off to Ryan Hill our environmental manager. The TNR (trap neuter return) pilot program is a success. The program as of now is under budget, and has successfully TNR'd some seventy plus cats. That insures cutting the population of new kittens by slightly over one thousand. The Hideout will continue this program with budgeted money and donations from our members. If you would like to help us continue this program, please contact Ryan Hill at the POA office. I would like to congratulate our New Community Manager, Larry Frotten. Larry has taken the bull by the horns, over the last several weeks and addressed many issues that have gone unanswered. He has been working hand in hand with the department managers to streamline the day to day operations of The Hideout. Many issues have been addressed, Cross training of personnel, Finance and Human Resources just to name a few. Keep it up Larry. Your presence at the POA has
Environmental Corner G reetings folks, Summer is underway! Be sure to be safe this outdoor recreational season and always apply plenty of high SPF sunscreen while exposed to sunlight. If you’re in the woods, a heavily based deet insect spray is always recommended. Check yourself, children, and pets for ticks when exiting the woods! Before boating this season, take a few minutes to review pages 16-20 of our Rules and Regulations for the Lakes/ Marina to ensure you and your family, friends, and/or guests are in compliance and are operating personal watercrafts in a safe fashion. Our new Stainless-Steel Carp Barrier is slated for installation around the Roamingwood Lake outlet structure during the week of July 8-12. This device was due for replacement and thanks to our budgeting committee and board members, we were able to upgrade it from the former galvanized design and will now offer numerous years of reliable service. Aside from keeping grass carp contained, it is a necessary component for Roamingwood in helping to deter floating debris from entering into the overflow areas of the structure. Treesmiths Utility Arborists, a subcontractor for PP&L Electric, will be doing a large amount of trim work throughout the community on trees that are on or near PP&L’s powerlines. If you have a solid pink ribbon tied to trees on your property and you have not yet spoken with their point of contact, John Rhodes, please call him at (570) 229-0559. Any tree’s that are cut down from this scope of work will be made into firewood length size and stacked along the roadside for member pickup/use.
The Lakes Committee and I have been working diligently, in conjunction with representatives from Princeton Hydro, to finalize and update our 5-year lakes management plan. The final product will offer a robust and comprehensive set of plans and goals for the community to work towards and achieve over the next few years. In an effort to not only enhance the quality of our waterways, as much as possible, but to also allow us to be the best possible stewards of the watershed as a whole. The TNR Pilot Program is continuing to prove highly impactful at The Hideout. As of June 13th, 72 total cats have been TNR’d in the community, resulting in an estimated reduction of 1,128 new cats from utilizing the property by the end of the fall 2019 breeding season. Donations for the TNR Pilot Program to get additional cats spayed, neutered, and rabies shots, can be made at any point of sale location here in The Hideout. Next time you’re purchasing something or are at the POA, be sure to ask the staff member assisting you how to make a donation towards the project. As always, be sure to follow our Instagram account, “HideoutEnvironmental” and stay tuned for posts as things start to bloom and blossom throughout the community. Lastly, many environmentally themed educational events are in the works this year, so be sure to keep an eye out for email blasts regarding specific topics, dates, and times.
THE SPOTTED LANTERNFLY A guest speaker from the Penn State Extension Office will be at the Clubhouse on Tuesday, July 30, 2019, 5:00-6:00 p.m. The presentation will be in regards to the Spotted Lanternfly and how much of an agricultural threat this invasive insect poses to not only our community, but to the entire state of Pennsylvania. We hope to see you there! If you are unable to attend, you can contact Ryan J. Hill, Environmental Manager, at (570) 698-4100, ext. 166 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
AAny individual obtaining a temporary hanging pass, at any of our gates, must provide the officer: 1. a valid state driver’s license 2. a valid state vehicle registration 3. a license plate number in order to obtain a pass. Members are encouraged to please advise their guests, contractors, or invitees entering The Hideout of this policy. Thank you!
THE HIDEABOUT NEWSPAPER
FROM JOE KOZUCH, PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR
Public Safety Corner
s we approach the busy 4th of July Holiday I would like to remind everyone of The Hideout’s policy regarding fireworks. Years back, the Board adopted a “Zero Tolerance” policy regarding the discharge of fireworks in The Hideout. The Board amended General Rule 27 which read as follows: As per Pennsylvania State Law, the use of fireworks is prohibited in The Hideout unless approved by the Board of Directors. The Board passed the motion to amend the rule as follows: The use of fireworks is prohibited in The Hideout unless approved by the Board of Directors. By enacting this amendment, the Board has made it very clear that no type of fireworks are permitted in The Hideout. This includes the smaller types of fireworks that are readily for sale at many of the local supermarkets and convenient stores. The Public Safety Department is charged with enforcing this rule. Anyone who discharges fireworks in the Hideout will be subject to a $150.00 fine for Failure to Comply with General Rule 27 and a $300.00 fine for repeated offenses. Once again, I would like to remind the membrship that parking on Lakeview Court and Woodpoint Court, which are located near the Main Lodge, is prohibited. These roads have been designated Emergency Access Roads. A dangerous condition arises on busy summer weekends
from vehicles parking on the side of the road at this location. These parked vehicles impede traffic flow and could possibly block access to the area by emergency vehicles. Due to this condition, no parking will be permitted on any side of the road in this area. Anyone who parks in this location will be subject to a $150.00 fine and a $300.00 fine for repeated offenses. Let’s all do our part to insure a safe and enjoyable summer for all. Friendly Reminders: •Make sure your guests know your lot number when signing in at the gate. It will speed up the signing in process. They also need a valid state driver’s license, valid state vehicle registration, and their license plate number. •Guest vehicle passes MUST be hung on the rearview mirror at all times while on property, with date facing out. •Members and guests of members, 7 years of age and older, must have a current amenity badge at all times when using any of the amenities. •Slow down - follow all posted speed limits. •Watch for pedistians on the roads. •Watch for children at play. Have a Happy and Safe 4th of July Holiday!
THE HIDEOUT & THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE would like to thank all of our Sponsors and Golfers who attended the 26th Annual Captain & Crew Golf Tournament. Thank you for your continued support! All proceeds go toward supporting children who attend the Troop R Camp Cadet Program. A special thank you to all of The Hideout Departments who helped to make this event a great success!
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FROM ROBERT BRINSFIELD, FACILITIES MANAGER
Public Works Corner
lease observe the signs at the pools. The postings are for both member safety and efficient pool operations. Measures are in place by the Pool Operators and Lifeguards to keep everyone safe. They are only trying to help. Stormwater management begins with the members. The property owners are responsible for the maintenance of the swales and driveway culverts adjacent to their property. When the system is filled in with debris and water cannot pass through, material will skip over the bottleneck and keep moving. If this occurs, driveways can get washed out, roads get undermined and other property damage may occur. Old CMPs, corrugated metal pipes, have a tendency to collapse or corrode out at the base with time. If this describes your pipe, please replace and upgrade. Regardless, it’s always a good idea to look into the situation before paving your driveway. Trash is and will always be an ongoing issue. To ensure that items are disposed of in the correct container, please read the recycling requirements for single stream items. Look at the outside labeling of containers. If you see the recycling symbol, it’s a good indicator that the item can go into the single stream system. If there is no label or you are unsure, throw it away in household trash. No construction or building debris is to be thrown into the compactors. This includes, siding, windows, shingles, wood, doors, concrete, drywall, or anything similar. Any of those items and materials as such, will need to be disposed of in the bulk containers. Items containing oil, refrigerant, electronics, or any other hazardous material cannot be accepted and must be disposed of through a private third party. RECYCLING: ACCEPTED: Plastic Recycling Includes all CLEANED plastic bottles and jars #1 thru #7: soft drink bottles,
milk jugs, detergent bottles, FLATTENED cartons, etc. Check the bottom of the container. If you see the recycling symbol with a #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 in the center, it is acceptable. NO Caps or Lids ACCEPTED: Glass recycling Bottles and jars. Lids must be removed from the container and separated before being placed inside the container. All liquid and food waste must be removed before being recycled. ACCEPTED: Metal Recycling Includes aluminum cans, pie and baking pans, tin cans, steel food containers, EMPTY aerosol cans, and lids. Metal beverage cans, baking tins, foil, and food containers are also included in this material category. All items must be CLEAN OF FOOD. ACCEPTED: Cardboard Recycling Includes corrugated cardboard, shipping boxes, cereal and dry food boxes, shoe boxes, tissue boxes, moving boxes, detergent boxes, soda/beer cartons, and paper towel/ toilet tissue rolls. All boxes MUST BE FLATTENED for proper disposal. ACCEPTED: Paper Recycling Includes newspapers, inserts, labels, magazines, catalogs, paperback books, manila folders, letterhead, notebook paper (no backings), computer paper, envelopes (with windows), coupon books, index cards, calendars, and brown paper bags. PLEASE DO NOT RECYCLE: Styrofoam, window glass and mirrors, electronic waste (TVs and computers), motor oil containers, yard waste, chemical containers, plastic bags, ceramics, or dishes, food waste, scrap metal, monitors.
2019 Bulk Garbage Day
Sept 28 6:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. at the Maintenance Yard
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THE HIDEABOUT NEWSPAPER
Food & Beverage News and Upcoming Events
JULY CLUBHOUSE Kitchen Hours: Monday 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Wednesday 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Happy Hour 4-6 p.m. 7 days a week
(570) 630-3700, ext. 151
Food & Beverage Events July 5 - Trivia Night 8-10 p.m., Clubhouse July 5 - DJ MacGyver 10-Midnight, Clubhouse July 7 - Brunch 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Main Lodge July 13 - Jimmy Brown Duo 8 p.m.- Midnight at the Clubhouse July 14 - Clambake 3 p.m. at the Clubhouse While Supplies Lasts July 26 - Lighten Up 8-11 p.m., Clubhouse July 27 - Hindsight 8 p.m.- Midnight at the Clubhouse CLUBHOUSE SPECIALS Monday Night-$10 Dinner Specials 5-9 p.m. Tuesday Night-Taco Night 5-9 p.m. Wednesday Night-Dart Night Friday Night-Weekend Specials 5-10 p.m. Saturday Night-Weekend Specials 5-10 p.m. Sunday Night-Pasta Night 5-8 p.m. SUNDAY PASTA NIGHT at the Clubhouse Pasta Night p.m $8.95Sunday • 5:00-8:00 At The Clubhouse
JULY TIKI BAR HOURS July 4th week: July 1-3 - 11 a.m.-7 p.m. July 4 - 11 a.m.-9 p.m. July 5 - 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Every other week in July: Thursdays - 4 p.m.-9 p.m. Fridays - 4 p.m.-9 p.m. Saturdays - 12 p.m.-9 p.m. Sundays - 11 a.m.-7 p.m. All Hours Are Weather Permitting
Choice pasta and choice ofa Choice of pasta of and choice of sauce. Served with rolls, and side salad. with rolls sauce. Served 8.95 and a side salad. Sauces SAUCES Alfredo Alfredo Marinara Ala Vodka Marinara Rose Spaghetti Vodka Creamy Pesto Fresh Pomodoro Cheese Rose Creamy Pesto Ravioli Additions Pappardelle Fresh Pomodoro Pasta PASTA Penne Penne Fettuccini Spaghetti Fettuccini Cheese Ravioli
Grilled Shrimp 4.00 Grilled Chicken 2.00 ADDITIONS Sausage 1.00 2 Meatballs 4.00 Grilled Shrimp 4.00 Eggplant Parmesan 3.00 Grilled Chicken 2.00 Chicken Parmesan 3.00 Sausage 1.00 Broccoli .50 Roasted Red Peppers .50 2 Meatballs 4.00 Primavera Mix 1.00 Eggplant Parmesan 3.00 (Zucchini, squash, portabella mushrooms)
Chicken Parmesan 3.00 Broccoli .50 Roasted Red Peppers .50 Portabella Mushroom 1.00
THE HIDEABOUT NEWSPAPER
JULY 2019 • 7
The Clubhouse 10 th Hole Pub Menu Starters & Sides
Spent Grain Pretzel Sticks 6.95 Calamari 9.95 3 pretzel sticks made with brewer spent Flour dusted, with fried banana peppers, Calamari grains, 9.95 served with our beer cheddar dip and served with marinara. Flour dusted, with marinara. Shrimp Skewers 6.95fried banana peppers, served with mustard Choice of Sauce: Buffalo, Teriyaki,Shrimp Bourbon, Skewers 6.95 Pot Stickers 6.95 Steamed porkGarlic, and vegetable pot stickers Lemon or Cajun. ChoiceGarlic, of Sauce: Buffalo, Teriyaki, Bourbon, Lemon or Cajun. served with soy sauce. Spring rolls 5.95 Spring Fried Pickles 6.95 Fried spring rolls with a side of sweet chili rolls 5.95 Fried spring rolls with a side of Served sweet chili withglaze. Green Goddess dressing glaze. Pierogis 5.95 Nachos 9.95 Nachos 9.95 fried topped with sautéed onions, House-made chili, cheddar cheese, lettuce,cheese,Sautéed House-made chili, cheddar lettuce,or tomato, and onion. tomato, and onion. Make It grande 15.95 served with sour cream Quesadilla 6.95 Make It grande 15.95 Mozzarella Sticks 5.95 Cheddar Jack blend cheese Mozzarella Sticks 5.95 Served with marinara sauce. Add Chicken 2.00 Served with marinara sauce. Pretzel Bites 6.95 Potato Skins 5.95
Sauces - Hot, Mild, Hot Goddess, Garlic Parm, Teriyaki, BBQ, Honey Mustard, Sweet Chili, Sweet and Tangy. Dry Rub - Old Bay, Cajun, Ranch, House BBQ Mesquite. Boneless 1/2 lb 6.95 Bone In Order of 10 Boneless Full Pound 9.95 Add Bleu Cheese or Celery
Soup & Salad
Soup of the Day Cup 3.50 I Bowl 4.95 French Onion Soup 5.25 Provolone cheese, croutons House-made Chili Crock 5.25 Add Cheddar & Onion .75 Greek Salad 8.95 Fresh Greens, feta cheese, Kalamata olives, roasted red peppers, grape tomato, cucumber, and red onion.
Garden Salad 7.95 Grape tomatoes, red onion, cucumber, and mixed greens. Crispy Chicken Salad 9.95 Chicken tenders, fresh greens, shredded cheddar, grape tomatoes, red onion, and sliced cucumber.
Reuben 8.95 Corned Beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, grilled rye, Russian dressing. Hot Pastrami 8.95 Hot pastrami, provolone, spicy brown mustard, on grilled rye. Foot Long Cheesesteak 9.95 American Cheese, sautéed onions, mushrooms, and peppers. Chicken Parmesan Hoagie 8.95 Breaded chicken, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese. Turkey Club 8.95 Turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise. Grilled Cheese 4.95 American cheese, choice of bread Add Tomato .50 I Add Bacon .99 BLT 7.95 Bacon, lettuce, tomato, mayo, bread
Traditional Burger 7.95 Lettuce, tomato, onion, choice of cheese.
Chicken Finger Basket 9.95 Breaded and fried chicken fingers, fries, honey mustard or BBQ dipping sauce.
Bacon Burger 9.95 American cheese, Applewood smoked bacon.
Fish and Chips Basket 10.95 Beer Battered Cod served with fries.
Smokehouse Burger 9.95 Smoked Gouda Cheese, frizzled onions, Applewood smoked bacon.
Popcorn Shrimp Basket 11.95 Popcorn fried shrimp in a basket with fries.
Tap House Burger 9.95
Beer & cheddar sauce, Applewood smoked bacon, frizzled onions.
Bourbon Burger 8.95 Sautéed onions, cheddar cheese, bourbon glaze.
Add to any salad: Chicken: 2.00 Shrimp: 4.00
Flatbread Pizza Buffalo Chicken 7.95 Breaded chicken, buffalo sauce, mozzarella, bleu cheese crumbles. BBQ Chicken 7.95 Breaded chicken, bbq sauce, mozzarella, shredded cheddar.
Green Goddess Wrap 8.95 Breaded chicken, cheddar cheese, bacon,lettuce, tomato, onion, Green Goddess dressing. Buffalo Chicken Wrap 8.95 Breaded chicken, buffalo sauce, lettuce, tomato, onion, Bleu Cheese dressing. Chicken Sandwich 8.95 Grilled chicken breast covered in smoked Gouda and cheddar cheese with bacon and jalapeno peppers. Chicken Souvlaki Wrap 8.95 Grilled chicken, sour cream, lettuce, tomato, onion, Kalamata olives, feta cheese. Portabella Mushroom Sandwich 8.95 Grilled portabella mushroom, roasted red peppers, fresh mozzarella, and balsamic glaze.
Marguerite 8.95 Pesto, fresh mozzarella, tomato. Greca Pizza 7.95 Kalamata olives, feta, mozzarella, grilled chicken.
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Lou Delli Santi
I'm Lou Delli Santi, & it would be an honor to continue to serve as a Board member for all the residents of The Hideout. I am presently on the board & re-running for another term. We as a board have made a lot of progress in turning things around for the community & I want to continue the good work that I have added to the rest of the board members. Living here in The Hideout for as long as I have has made me appreciate what we have here & I want to continue to see it prosper. For those of you who yet do not know me, I was born in Newark N.J. & lived there until the age of 24 before moving to Belleville N.J. where I lived for the next 15 years. My wife Jo-Ann & I just celebrated our 35th. wedding anniversary this past May. We bought our property 32 years ago & built our permanent home here in The Hideout 26 years ago in 1993 & have been full time resident's ever since. I am here 12 months out of the year. I truly believe that living in the community for a substantial amount of time would add to being a good board member because you have seen all
Dear Hideout Neighbors:
I am writing to inform you of my decision to seek a seat on the Hideout Board of Directors. As you may know, I have been a Hideout member since 2002 and had the honor of serving on the Board several years ago, the last two as president. I continue to serve the community on the Disciplinary Committee. Serving on the Board is a challenging, and timeconsuming job. But the personal sacrifices are far outweighed by the satisfaction of making a difference in the community. I have more than three decades of experience as a public manager having held a number of positions, in United States House of Representatives, the New York City Council, and high-level Executive posts in New York City government. I was recognized by City Hall News as one of the top “Rising Stars in New York City politics and government.” While professionally rewarding, it pales
HONEST. . . . OPENMINDED. . . . WILLING. . . . qualities you can expect from me as a Board member. My professional and volunteer experiences evidence all three. When moving from Florida to the Northeast in 2018, I specifically looked for a POA or HOA community rich in amenities and activities, managed with fiscal responsibility and with adequate reserves. The Hideout is now my full-time
the changes that have occurred & have an in depth understanding of what the membership wants. I started working in the retail business as a manager in training & then managing several departments over the next 2 years in McCrory's Dept. store in Newark. I spent the next 35 years working for Verizon as a cable splicer, 20 years in Newark & 15 years in Scranton. I have since been retired for the past 11 years. At Verizon, I was responsible for building & maintaining telecommunication networks. I often sat in as temporary management when opportunities arose, one being for 3 months while my supervisor had open heart surgery. In Newark, I also spent some time in the engineering department performing revisions on new job constructions. This mainly involved planning for future demands & lowering cost to meet budgets for the jobs. When new engineers were hired out of college I was often the one who would be asked to train them in the field. When fiber optics were introduced,
in comparison to when I had the honor of accepting the “Gold Star Award” from the Community Associations Institute on behalf of the Hideout when the community received it for the first time during my tenure. This award recognized the hard work of the Board of Directors, and our dedicated staff in implementing strong fiscal practices, sound management, robust community involvement in protecting and improving the quality of life and value of property in the community. When I first ran for the Board, I outlined my main priorities. 1) Transparency and Openness, 2) Keeping the Hideout Affordable, and 3) Effective Facility Construction and Maintenance Program. The results since speak for themselves. I helped address budget shortfalls, which resulted in three years of healthy surpluses. Understanding the impact that the economy recession was having on the membership, we enacted fiscally prudent
home and I am enjoying busy retirement. I currently serve on the Safety and Security Committee and enjoy socializing at Mah Jongg, Book Club, Sportsmen’s Association and artistic endeavors at the Art Center. My undergraduate studies were at Ithaca College (NY) and The University of Hartford (CT) My Associate’s Degree in Medical Assisting is from City College of
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I headed work crews to build the fios networks in areas throughout the state of Pennsylvania. I also built DSL facilities in our own local area. I volunteered to go to N.Y. State in 1997-98 for the ice storm that devastated N.Y. & Canada. I also run the Bell Golf League at the Scranton Muni. For the past 21 years I have been the Treasurer, Statistician & tournament director there. I have now been working as a Handy Man since my retirement. I have a vast working knowledge of carpentry, electric, plumbing & painting which serves me well as I have been the board liaison for the ECC Committee for the past 3 years. At Verizon I would typically work about 60-70 hours or more a week including Saturdays & Sundays. Since retiring 11 years ago, I have been able to get more involved with the happenings of our community. As I stated, I have been on the board for the past 3 years & want to continue to try & make this the best community it can be. I would like to continue to add my experience, work ethic, honesty & good common sense
budgets that kept our operating budget flat. I can speak to how important this was owning two properties here, where any increases hit me double. While we worked hard to ensure the financial health of the community, we didn’t make the mistake of failing to invest in infrastructure and the future during tough times. We’ve invested our capital funding to not only maintain our infrastructure, but to plan for the future. We assembled a vibrant management team across the POA, including, but not limited to, Budget, Public Works, Recreation, and Food and Beverage. If given the honor of serving on the Board, I will lend my public service experience to help manage our budget, make critical personnel decisions, improve communications and public relations outreach. As I have done during my previous tenure on the Board, I will also work to maintain harmony to the Board. While we may not have always agreed,
Gainesville (FL) My work experience includes banking, public school business administration, career counseling, small business management and medical assisting. Achievements of note: As the Pupil Accounting/Transportation/ Security Supervisor in a school system of just under 10,000 students, projected class-by-class enrollment, ensuring
to continue to make The Hideout a pleasurable place to live and relax. I have always been a "go to " kind of guy. I believe in addressing an issue & getting it resolved quickly. You don't always have to have fancy initials after your name to know how to get something done. I've worked with budget's, workers, & management my whole life & know I would continue to be an asset to our community. I try to get to the point without getting too long winded. I ask for the members who elected me 3 years ago to vote for me again along with new members who have now bought homes in our community. Thanks You for reading my letter. Lou Delli Santi.
each member brings their own set of skills, experiences and expertise that can benefit the community. Its important that Board members respect each other and work collaboratively to tackle to difficult issues that lay ahead. Without a doubt, the next few years will be challenging. But, I am as optimistic as ever in the future of the Hideout, a place that I have greatly enjoyed since purchasing my home after 9/11, and where I look forward to staying during my retirement. Sincerely, Andrew Miller
compliance with State mandates for class size and conforming with teachers’ contract requirements. Projections were typically within a 3% margin of error. Scheduled a fleet of 23 school buses and 8 special education continued on page 9
THE HIDEABOUT NEWSPAPER (continued from page 8) vans for the transport of 4,000 students. Managed the government free and reduced lunch program for 1,500+ students. As system liaison with the local police department, facilitated an undercover operation at the local high school which resulted in the apprehension of a drug dealing custodian, without endangering staff or students. I also worked with administration to effect the removal of a teacher who was inappropriate with students (and was later arrested). While a business manager in a Career Counseling/Outplacement firm, assisted the owner in “growing” the company from a one-secretary, one-counselor company to a full-service counseling firm with an office staff of five, counseling staff of eight and revenues exceeding $1M. Perhaps most relevant, my volunteer work during the last thirteen years included serving as a Board Member for a Homeowners’ Association with
To my fellow Community Members, My name is Trai Pope and I would like the opportunity to become your next Hideout, Board Member. I am a father and husband to my three year old daughter, Evelyn, and wife, Jessica. I am a dedicated family man who happens to have three generations of family members on both mine and my wife's side, living right here in The Hideout. I have lived in The Hideout since I was eight years old, attended Western Wayne High School, left the area to start a career, and then eventually my roots brought me back home, to The Hideout, to raise my own family. Along with my strong dedication to my family, I am deeply committed to my career as well. Currently, I am a Warehouse Operations Supervisor at Kane Is Able. In this position, I manage the inbound and outbound inventory, while overseeing all customer service operations and managing and supervising our hourly associates. I started my career with Kane as an
My name is John Thompson and I am seeking your votes to be appointed to The Hideout’s Board of Directors. My wife, Deneen and I, and our three beagles have been permanent residents of The Hideout since 2018. We moved from South Plainfield, New Jersey to The Hideout after my retirement. Since moving to the Hideout, my family, including my granddaughters have been for many visits to enjoy the many features The Hideout has to offer. The many residents of The Hideout have been so welcoming and courteous which has made our experience here wonderful, and if elected as a Board Member I hope I can do the same for others and possibly even make
JULY 2019 • 9 and proactive scheduling of activities will encourage full participation and attract members to an active, healthy lifestyle. Today it is more important than ever to preserve and protect our homes and families. Our dedicated security staff and local volunteer fire departments stand ready to serve and protect. We must continue to support their equipment needs and training programs to keep them prepared. Owning a home in The Hideout not only gives us opportunities for recreation and socialization. . .it must also remain a sound investment. Only by continuing to select qualified leadership will we be able to guarantee members that their investment remains sound. We want our property values to increase and we must maintain our amenities and require adherence to our governing documents to keep The Hideout homes desirable and marketable.
435 homes, serving consecutively as Grounds Chair, Secretary, Vice President, President and a second term as Secretary for a combined total of thirteen years. The Board managed all areas of operation including grounds maintenance, security, equipment, facilities, communication, social activities and finance (budget). Under my leadership: established a Community Emergency Response System effecting certification of a 20-resident Community Emergency Response Team (CERT); succeeded in reducing receivables (due collections) by thousands of dollars and improved on-time payment of dues; led an in-house committee reserve study resulting in fiscal responsibility in capital expenditures; fostered a collegial, solutions oriented team approach to Board operations resulting in realistic goal setting and successful outcomes; worked with local real estate agents to foster a positive relationship, resulting is higher occupancy and increased receivables; worked with Board Attorney and City Codes Department to effect cleanup of delinquent
Inventory Lead in 2016, quickly realizing I wanted to pursue a career in Distribution and Supply Chain Management. I then spearheaded developing my skills on all positions within the warehouses, gaining more responsibility and advancement.
classes and damage control exercises while also providing career counseling and advising on professional development of team members. I also aided in the scheduling of career development boards and helped sailors prepare their reenlistment packages.
to help aid in their efforts of advertising the benefits of working for Kane, especially to Veterans.
I hold an Associate of Arts degree in Supervision and Management in Marine Engineering, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Operations Management, and am currently pursuing my Master of Science degree in Supply Chain Management with Michigan State University. I have also earned my credentials as a Master of Training Specialist within the US Navy and earned a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for outstanding instruction. Along with training, I received a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for making significant contributions to the improvements and upkeep of a full propulsion plant, resulting in a $50,000 savings for the budget. I am currently on the recruitment team with Kane is Able
I believe I am a strong candidate for a Board of Directors position for The Hideout. I know that with my skills and background, along with my passion for wanting this community to be the best that it can be for families alike, I can help contribute to the success and future of The Hideout. I look forward to meeting my neighbors and thank you for your support.
which spent their early life in testing laboratories or were abandoned to high-kill shelters. In addition, for the past 16 years’ I have volunteered my time on Christmas Day, along with my family to organize and deliver hot Christmas dinners to the elderly and disabled residents of South Plainfield, NJ.
involvement has also provided me with the experience involving contracts, maintenance and financial knowledge that is beneficial for a candidate seeking such a position.
Prior to my career with Kane Is Able, I served in the United States Navy for eight years. I specialized as a Maintenance Technician, Coordinator, and Supervisor onboard the USS Iwo Jima. Here, I served as a key member of the Engineering Training Team, directly operated and maintained the ships boiler and main engine, while supervising a team of sailors during power plant operations. I continued on to become an Instructor at Naval Station Newport in Newport, Rhode Island. Here, I conducted leadership training and prepared candidates for management positions. I also served as field safety manager, a Career Counselor, was the lead supervisor for technical training, and a member of the climate assessment team. I presented live-fire, high-risk training
enhancements to the already wonderful community. Prior to moving here, I was a lifelong resident of South Plainfield, New Jersey, which is where I grew up, graduated High School and settled to start my own family. For many years, I worked in the construction and trucking industries, and settled to own my own trucking and truck repair business. For the past 10 years’ I have also been a volunteer and a beagle foster parent with Happy Paws Rescue, a non-profit organization dedicated to animal rescue and adoption. As a volunteer, I helped to organize adoption events and find loving homes for numerous animals,
The Hideout must continue to select qualified leadership to assure fiscal responsibility, thereby preserving our status as a Gold Star 4-season community where we vacation and/or live full-time. Maintenance of our infrastructure is paramount and must be skillfully managed on a day-to-day basis insuring that major unexpected repairs/expenditures are minimized and the need for increased or new assessments eliminated. Responsible long-range planning will provide a “road map” which, if followed, will assure a successful future for The Hideout. Community involvement through service on Board committees is critical to the success of The Hideout and I will work to increase participation. Communication with the membership via email blasts and The Hideabout newspaper is vital. I will work with staff to maximize the effective use of these tools. We have a state-ofthe-art sports complex, clubhouse and banquet facilities, golf course, marina and beaches. Continuous maintenance
I believe my experience as a leader and retired business owner would bring insight and ideas to help the community grow and prosper. In addition, the various positions I have held through my career have provided me with the experience as a team leader and player, that I feel is a very important quality in a Board member. My
I look forward to serving on the Board of Directors and will appreciate your support in the upcoming election. Thank you.
Sincerely, Trai Pope
I would love to bring my skills as a detailoriented leader to The Hideout’s Board of Directors. I hope to be able to shape and develop ideas and discussions that promote the strong community we live in.
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HIDEOUT POA BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2019 SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS
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www.hideoutassoc.com Lisa Green - Community Relations Manager/Advertising Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
2018-2019 POA BOARD OFFICERS
Jerry Restaino, President Barry Neiss, Vice President Michael Terranova, Chairman Marie Krauss, Treasurer
Lou Delli Santi, Secretary Richard Yocum, Director Paul Spiese, Director
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS COMMITTEE LIAISON LIST 2018-2019 ECC COMMITTEE Lou Delli Santi BUDGET COMMITTEE Marie Krauss DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE Michael Terranova FOOD & BEVERAGE COMMITTEE Richard Yocum COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE Jerry Restaino GOLF COMMITTEE Lou Delli Santi LAKES COMMITTEE Barry Neiss LONG RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE Marie Krauss
PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE Barry Neiss PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE Michael Terranova PARKS & RECREATION COMMITTEE Richard Yocum GOVERNING DOCUMENTS COMMITTEE Jerry Restaino WILDLIFE AND FORESTRY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Michael Terranova NOMINATING COMMITTEE Barry Neiss and Richard Yocum RS&W Jerry Restaino
Larry Frotten - Community Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org Joseph Kozuch - Public Safety Manager - email@example.com Robert Brinsfield - Facility Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org Ryan J. Hill, M.S.Ed. - Environmental Manager - email@example.com John Boandl - Recreation Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org Michael Kline - Golf Course Superintendent - email@example.com Donald Yocum - IT Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org Brooke Craven - Human Resources Manager - email@example.com
Articles must be submitted by the fifteenth of the month. Submit all material to: The Hideabout Editor, 640 The Hideout, Lake Ariel, PA 18436. For advertising rates, contact Lisa Green at (570) 630-3707. The Hideabout published monthly, serves over 4,100 Hideout property owners. Articles do not necessarily represent the views of The Hideout POA. The Editor reserves the right to reject any advertising or articles for publication. Also, the acceptance of advertisements does not constitute endorsement by The Hideout POA for any advertisement of any business, products, and/or services. The Hideout is not responsible beyond the cost of advertising for any advertising errors. Ad proofs are developed by the Hideabout for use in The Hideabout Newspaper only. The advertiser does not have the right to reproduce the ad in any other place or publication. Any concerns with ads placed in The Hideabout Newspaper must be addressed by the fifteenth of the month. Thank you.
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What’s “Hiding Out” in our Environment this Month?
By: Ryan J. Hill, M.S.Ed, Environmental Manager
The Triploid Grass Carp
(Ctenophryngodon Idella) • Are selectively stocked via PA Fish and Boat Commission Permits in both Roamingwood Lake and Deerfield Lake based on the total amount of aquatic vegetation per acre and overall fisheries management goals at the time of stocking. • Species originated from East Asia, and was intentionally introduced to the US in the 1960’s. • They will consume several pounds of aquatic vegetation per day, making them the ideal natural means to help control unwanted aquatic vegetation in lakes and ponds. • They are sterile so their population is controlled and limited. U.S Fish & Wildlife Service tests each fish before it is sold or stocked to ensure they cannot reproduce! • Non-sterilized grass carp are highly fertile, where one female can produce up to one million or more eggs, hence
the need to ensure they are sterile prior to being stocked in our lakes. • Triploid Grass Carp can grow up to 50lbs or more, and are commonly found to be up to 4’ in length. • While not readily caught by fisherman, if a Triploid Grass carp is accidently caught while fishing on any of The Hideout lakes, the fish is to be immediately released back into the lake. Failure to do so will result in a $125.00 fine and possible legal action through the PA Fish & Boat Commission.
Triploid Grass Carp Facts courtesy of Pennsylvania Lakes Management Handbook (March 2004) http://www. palakes.org/assets/Publications/LakeBMP-Handbook2.pdf
By: Joseph C. Koval, M.D. Hideout Resident and Guest Columnist
ne of the most serious health hazards in communities throughout the United States is an invisible, odorless, radioactive gas called radon. It is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. For smokers, radon and smoking combined can dramatically increase the risk of developing lung cancer. Radon comes from the natural breakdown of uranium found in rocks, soil and water. It enters homes, schools, and buildings through cracks in the basement floor and foundation, openings around gas, water and sewer pipes, and through the water supply, and enters the air you breathe. It is a health hazard when it accumulates to high levels inside homes or other buildings. Highest levels are usually found in the basement and first floor levels of buildings, dropping off rapidly in the upper floors. Because radon is impossible to see and smell, people tend to ignore the possibility it might exist in their homes. Yet, statistics show that as many as 40% of homes in Pennsylvania may have elevated radon levels. High levels of radon have been found in our area. It is
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believed that the high levels of radon in our area are due to radon coming from a geological formation called the Reading Prong which extends from Reading, PA up through northeastern Pennsylvania. Because of differences in rocks and soil underneath buildings, differences in construction techniques, and differences in amounts and sizes of entry portals, it is possible for one house to have elevated levels of radon while a neighboring house does not. That is why testing for radon is the only way to know whether or not your house has a problem. Fortunately, testing for radon is simple and inexpensive. You may purchase Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved test kits at local hardware stores or from internet retailers. These kits comes with easy to follow directions, and usually involve placing a small charcoal canister in the lowest part of your home for a few days and then mailing the canister to a laboratory for processing. Or, you may wish to have the test performed for you by an EPA-approved testing company. Several home inspection companies in our area offer this service for a
THE Meeting HIDEABOUT Minutes Friday, May 24th, 2019
COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES
Call to Order at 9:00AM Environmental Control Committee Pledge of Allegiance Minutes of Meeting - 5/24/19 Present:atPaul Spiese, Larry Lieberher, Jeffrey Ross, Lou Delli Santi, Board Liaison, Ryan J. Call to Order 9:00AM Environmental Manager and Francine Spinelli, Environmental Admin. Asst. Pledge Hill, of Allegiance
Excused:Spiese, Andy Vuolo Present: Paul Larry Lieberher, Jeffrey Ross, Lou Delli Santi, Board Liaison, Ryan J.Motion Hill, Environmental Manager Francine Spinelli, Admin. Asst. to approve the meeting minutesand of May 10th, 2019 by: PaulEnvironmental Spiese Excused: Andyby: Vuolo Seconded Larry Lieberher All in favor
Motion to approve the meeting minutes of May 10th, 2019 by: Paul Spiese Seconded by:issued Larry Permits byLieberher ECC Secretary since the May 10th, 2019: See attached sheet. All in favor Permits issued by ECC Secretary since the for May 10th, 2019: Permits Review: Lot/Street
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963 Westwood Home – Demolition McPartland Drive 1490 Woodhill Lane Driveway – Labate Blacktop Re-Top 1785/1786 Home Addition vs. Alteri Roamingwood Court Raised Roof Page -21915 Lakeview DrivewayAgenda DeRosa ECC Committee Meeting Drive East Blacktop Friday, April 24, 2019 2268 Lakeview Shed Ksendzovskaya Court 2353 Tanglewood Excavate – Minor Shultz Lane Landscape 2527 Oak Circle Propane Sakacs Lot/Street Type Owner 2557 Oak Lane Deck Replacement Meyer 3342 Northwood Gazebo (Store Tedeschi Terrace Purchased) 3363 Northwood Deck Replacement Corona Terrace 3533 Burnwood Pt Driveway – Ogof Blacktop 3850 Applegate Rd Shed Cardillo
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Review/Discussion Review/Discussion 1. Power Wash Permits: Property Owner vs. Contractor – Environmental office will no longer issue permits of this nature. 1. Power Wash Permits: Property Owner vs. Contractor – Environmental office will no 2. Storage of Boats, Jetpermits Skiis,ofMotor Vehicles, etc. on member’s properties. Continuing longer issue this nature. research2. and Storage discussions of Boats, Jet Skiis, Motor Vehicles, etc. on member’s properties. Continuing 3. Residentialresearch Resaleand Survey/As-Built Survey – CMR reviewed and approved by discussions 3. Residential Resale Survey/As-Built Survey – CMR reviewed and approved by Committee 4. Request forCommittee Variance – Review prior to permit application received. Variance 4. Request for Variance – Review prior to permit application received. Variance approved. approved. New Business: Motion to adjourn: Paul Spiese Newby: Business: Larry Lieberher Seconded All in favor adjourn: Paul Spiese MeetingMotion endedto at: 10:05AM Seconded by: All in favor
small fee. Meeting ended at: 10:05AM Radon is measured in units called picocuries per liter (pCi/l). Although exposure to any amount of radon carries some risk, the EPA has set 4 pCi/l as an “action level”. This means that it recommends that buildings with levels of 4 pCi/l or greater undergo repairs to eliminate or reduce the amount of radon gas entering a building (called radon mitigation). Radon mitigation can be simple as well. Repairs usually involve sealing cracks and openings in the basement floor and foundation and around pipes entering the building, and the installation of a fan that creates a small amount of suction under the
basement floor (sub-slab suction) and venting the gas to the outside. Other methods may be applicable to your house. An EPA-approved radon mitigation contractor can determine the best way to reduce radon in your home if the level is high. Even when methods are undertaken to reduce the level of radon in a house, the EPA recommends re-testing every few years to make sure that the methods employed maintain their efficacy. Radon is a serious health hazard that has a simple solution. Don’t delay – test today! For more information about radon, please access the following website: www.dep.pa.gov
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COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES
COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES
Pledge of Allegiance
Called to order at 11:45AM
Attendance: Terri Letteratis, Judy Britton, Lyle Britton, Lisa Green, Community Relations Manager
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Hideout Woodworkers Business Meeting - 6/11/19 Meeting called to order by Bob Addieg, he asked if there were any new members or guests present? Jerry Restiano and Larry Frotten were present. John Gaspari read the minutes of the May meeting. A motion was made and seconded to accept the minutes as read.
The craft fair was a huge success, 34 vendors participated in the fair, with six vendors signing up and paying for the 2020 craft fair. The Raffle items were the highlight of the fair. Bob thanked all of the members that contributed their time and effort to make this happen!
Bob Addieg read the treasurer’s report. A motion was made and seconded to accept the report as read.
Bob reported that Bongo’s has been sold. The owner (Buddy) advised Bob that he has to be out by the end of July. We will reserve the Hideout outdoor pavilion for our annual picnic to be held on August 13th. Bob and John will explore other venues to cater our picnic.
The Junior Woodworker Project is scheduled for Saturday July 13th. This year’s project is a wall hung mail and key rack. There will be two sessions, one at 10 AM and one at 2 PM, limited to 10 junior woodworkers per session. A sign-up sheet for the program is located in the recreation center, the sign-up deadline is July 6th. Bob also asked for volunteers to help out with the program, and reminded every one that any projects in the shop on the 13th, should be moved to the paint room.
Sickness and Distress: Al Brookmeyer is home from rehab and is doing well. Committee Reports: Safety Training and Security: Ken Wenz reported that there are no safety training sessions scheduled. Building and Equipment: Bob Fezza installed the new blade for the radial arm saw. Bob Addieg is still trying to locate a new dust chute for the saw, to date he has not found one. Bob and Ken cleaned two of the shop vacuums. Projects: There are currently no POA projects in the shop Social: Al Auricchio reported that he has 20 tickets for the Rail Riders ball game, scheduled for Friday night August 9th. The tickets are $14 each, $2 parking vouchers are also available. A sign-up sheet is posted in the kitchen. Nine golfers attended the York golf trip, and it was the first time in three years that we were able to play all three days… NO RAIN!!!
Bob Addeig prepared plans to include nine picnic tables to be placed in the ski hill warming building. The plans were given to Larry Frotten for approval. Bob will advise the membership if we are called upon to build the picnic tables. He also commented that each table would require about 30 manhours to build. At a labor rate for a carpenter in PA of $20 per hour; the POA would realize a savings of $5400 for the nine tables. New Business: Patrick McFadden advised the membership that he is a member of the Cherry Ridge Wood Carving Club; and they offered to present a beginner wood carving class to our membership. A general discussion followed regarding the class, and Bob said he would poll our membership to determine if there is an interest, and get back to Patrick. They’re being no further business; a motion to adjourn was made and seconded. Meeting Adjourned
Communications Committee Meeting - 6/18/19
On the phone: Bernadette Zumbo, Barbara Lauretano, Charlie Lauretano Guests: John Thompson, Devon Delk Excused: John Bobcik, Jerry Restaino, Board Liaison Resigned: Bob Wiegand There were no minutes of our last meeting to approve. Since our last meeting in October, 2018, Lisa Green has become the Community Relations Manager and Editor of the Hideabout Newspaper. She explained many of the changes to the areas of communication used throughout The Hideout. Board Candidates - Devon Delk and John Thompson introduced themselves. The Hideabout EXTRA - The format has been changed to listing the Day by Day Events on the first two pages. The Hideabout Newspaper - Changes are being made to print/photo size and coloring to make it more attractive and easier to read. New feature articles have been added about recycling and ECC. Also, the front page will always feature photos of the community. Channel 20 - Ads have been set to 15 seconds from 30 seconds. Entire loop runs about 30 minutes. Ads are grouped
Facebook (The Hideout Flower) - The Hideout sanctioned site doesn’t always come up in member’s news feed. Lisa will check with Facebook about this. 2019 Member Card - This is a new card which was handed out (at no charge) to all members when they received their 2019 stickers. It is for use in the Hideout only. It replaces The Hideout discount card. Review & Discussion: 1. The sign at the Main Gate advising all “guests to pull into lot” for a pass is missing. Lisa will check with Public Safety to see why it is no longer at the entrance. 2. Recycling guidelines need to be posted at the Recycling Center. 3. It was suggested that we publish a member directory but was told this is not possible in a private community. 4. There is a need for a Handicap Entrance sign at the Main Lodge 5. Red Tag Protocol was discussed and suggested that more information is needed as to how this operates. 6. It was suggested to get input from all committees in The Hideout regarding communication issues they may have and how we can help them achieve better communication within the community. Terri will reach out to all committee chairpersons. Next meeting scheduled for Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 11:30AM Meeting Adjourned at 1:35PM
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Call to Order: Robert Brinsfield – Facilities Manager
Call to Order: 10:00 AM – Peter Boyer, Chairman Pledge of Allegiance Present: Peter Boyer – Chairman, Walt Buda, Sam Wilmot, Bob Addieg, Robert Brinsfield – Facilities Manager, Marie Krauss – Board Liaison, Guests: John Thompson - Lot 144, Trey Pope – Lot 2255 Jake Burns – Field Technician Excused: Sharon Spiese The minutes of the May, 8, 2019 meeting were reviewed and there were no errors found in the minutes. Robert introduced new employee, Jake Burns who will act in the capacity of Field Technician for the Environmental/Facilities Departments. The committee welcomed Jake. DISCUSSION Lodge-Tiki Bar: Robert informed the committee that he has a request for proposal out to Kiely & Associates and Ken Ruby to assess area for in order to develop a Lodge Ramp design. He reiterated that the ramp is the preferable way to go due to cost effectiveness. It was mentioned that the entire travel ramp surface should be sand free and be all concrete. Robert informed the committee that the proposed area has been roped off during the summer season.
Public Works Committee Meeting Minutes - 6/12/19
Pledge of Allegiance Present: Peter Boyer - Chairperson, Andy Vuolo, Laura Rusnak, Rich Maxwell, Bob Addieg, Michele Popadynec, Scott Patterson, Michael Terranova – Board Liaison, Robert Brinsfield – Facilities Manager, Tina Fairfax – Facilities Coordinator, Guests: John Thompson - Lot 144, Rich Straczynski – Lot 3730, Devon Delk – Lot 228, Jacob Burns, Field Technician Excused: Karl Englert Minutes from meeting on May 8, 2019 for approval. Any changes, questions or comments: No changes indicated. Motion to accept: Michele Popadynec Second by: Rich Maxwell All in favor DISCUSSION COMMITTEE MEMEBERSHIP: Nominations for two open positions of the committee were reviewed and discussed. Nominees were, Richard Straczynski and John Thompson. • Rich Straczynski: 5 yes, 1 abstain • John Thompson: 6 yes, 1 abstain Both men were welcomed to the committee and made short acceptance comments. OLD BUSINESS: Trash/Recycling Changes CMR: Michael Terranova informed the committee that he has spoken with the Board Extensively regarding this issue and it is agreed that something must be done. He will present the signed CMR to the Board at the next workshop and feels that it has a good chance of being passed. The CMR was reviewed and not further changes were deemed necessary, and it was signed. It was stressed that education was imperative in order for this to be successful. Robert informed the committee that we will be doing more educational forums. The committee discussed recycling issues. The committee was informed of the following: • The tops on plastic bottles should be removed prior to putting bottles into the recycling. This is for better compression of the bottles. • Labels should be looked at to see what is recyclable. 1-7 are acceptable on a single stream. • Styrofoam should be thrown it away. • Walmart and Weis currently accept soft plastics (bags). • We can look into having them accepted here. • Home Depot/Lows accept batteries. NEW BUSINESS: Memorial Day Trash/Recycling Overflow: It was discussed why couldn’t all three compactors be open. Robert explained that all three recycling containers were full and they tried to divert to the compactors. The committee discussed what can be done to alleviate this issue in the future. Robert informed the committee that we are looking to
have overlapping shifts from 6:00 am – 9:00 pm, as well as possibly getting additional recycling containers which will be located at the Maintenance yard to handle overflow on holiday weekends. Road Striping at Trash/Recycling Center: Robert advised that committee that there was a bit of confusion on the part of the company doing the striping, however it has now been corrected. It was mentioned that a Stop Bar had been missed and Robert informed the committee that this will be corrected. Stormwater: Robert informed the committee that we are constantly moving forward on stormwater management. He further informed the committee that the Maintenance Department has been out taking care of immediate concerns, and he is looking at long term solutions. He also informed the committee that the Environmental Manager and his assistant will be issuing citations on swale/culvert issues, as this is ultimately a property owner responsibility. Sinkhole: The committee was informed that a sinkhole is developing on South Fairway Drive. It was explained that an underground spring was causing this due to the excessive rainfall of 2018/2019. We will be installing some underground drainage in this area. Water at the North/Main Gate: The committee discussed that pooling water has been an issue in both of these areas for quite a while. And that at the Main Gate the front wall is collapsing. The committee was informed that there is a proposal out for a fix, however we do not yet have a timeframe for correction as of yet. Split Rail: The committee discussed that there are three potholes going out the back gate. That need to be repaired, as well as dying shrubs at Stock Farm. The committee was informed that the Environmental Manager has looked at the area and taken soil samples. He will assist us going forward to determine a solution to this issue. Main Gate Mailbox Area/N. Mailbox Area: It was discussed that the grate in Main Gate Mailbox area is full of debris, and the lot is in need of paving. Robert advised the committee that cost will be going into the 2020 budget for hopeful approval for the following areas: Mailboxes, POA Parking, S. Rec Parking, Campground entrance. It was mentioned that there is T1-11 on the inside of the shelter but not on the outside of the North Mailbox Area shelter. This is unsightly and a committee member asked if anything was going to be done about this. Robert informed the committee that this issue is undecided at the moment. The committee discussed having bigger mailboxes put on the North Side as the community is growing. The committee was informed that these boxes were very expensive and we need to have additional discussion on this issue. Hidden Lake: The committee was informed that there are fallen trees that are encroaching on the roadway that need to be taken away. The logs are deteriorating and creating a hazardous condition. Robert will have this taken care of. Michael Terranova extended thanks to Scott and his team for their quick cleanup of the trash area during the Memorial Day weekend. Motion to adjourn: 10:00 am Motion by: Andy Vuolo Second by: Michele Popadynec Next meeting: 9:00 AM, July 10, 2019
Long Range Planning Committee Meeting Minutes - 6/8/19
Aspen Point Bus Stop & Parking: • Robert advised the committee that Kiely & Associates have reviewed this area and that we can use existing fill to grade the area. • Robert further advised that we need to work with John Boandl to determine where to put things. • John presented the committee with information he had gathered regarding Adult Exercise equipment. Discussion on this included: - How having an outdoor adult exercise area would affect the Fitness Center. John explained that this would offer an additional avenue for fitness for some but he didn’t feel it would have a big impact on Fitness Center usage. - Also discussed was having the adult exercise equipment placed spread around the walking trail. It was felt that this that this could be done sooner as the development of Aspen Point is a long-range project. Main Gate Update: Robert informed the committee the scoping meeting with PENNDOT is scheduled for 6/19/2019. He further explained that from the information they are requesting we hopefully will only need to have plans for a turning lane, we currently have no cost estimates for this as we are awaiting requirements from PENNDOT.
Princeton Hydro: Robert informed the committee that the gates are done and we are awaiting a date for installation of carp barrier. Stormwater Management: Robert also informed that committee that Princeton Hydro will be coming in to give us a recommendation on stormwater management. He further informed that he has reached out to Hemlock Farms and will meet with them on how they handle stormwater issues there. Grants were discussed and Robert explained that we have limited opportunity to receive grants. It was mentioned that the Wallenpaupack Watershed Management will sometimes match funds and Robert informed the committee that their funds are limited at this time. Robert informed the committee that he is looking to come up with a 5+ year plan to address stormwater issues and that there has been discussion of areas that need to be addressed and that we have already taken some measures to address this issue. Long Range Planning: Copies of the Roadmap to the Future were hand out to all committee members. It was discussed that this has not be updated since 1993 and perhaps it is time to take a look at it and update it. Recreation: John informed the committee that Mini Golf should be up within the next two weeks. He also informed the committee that he is looking at Bocce, the Ski Hill, and resurfacing shuffleboard for next years budget. Robert informed the committee that he is looking at the possibility of adding a Splash Park to the North Pool area. He has been speaking to two companies who are working on getting him proposals. This is an opportunity to make the North Pool more of a destination. He explained that the splash pad system would be on its own filtration system (separate from the pool), and would be gated within the pool area and an amenity badge would be necessary to access it. Marie asked if there are any new long-range projects we need to look at, and a discussion of the Baseball field ensued. The committee discussed the surfacing of the area. All-field turf was discussed as well as just refurbishing the existing surface. It was also discussed that we might want to put a sign directing people to the field erected. The next meeting will be on July 13, 2019 at 10:00 in the POA Board Room. The meeting was adjourned at 11:00 am.
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Vertex Aeration Units: Both Deerfield and Brooks are up and running. Scott Churm was given a copy of the key for easy maintenance. Stainless Steel Carp Barrier: Construction of the device should be finalized around June 3rd and hopefully installed the week of June 10th. An area in the marina parking lot will be sectioned off for the staging. K. Fairfield suggested that some education be presented about The meeting was called to order at 9:04 the sterile grass carp and the need for the followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. The barrier. R. Hill will put an article about them minutes of the previous meeting were in the Hideabout. approved as written with a motion by J. Invasive Plant Initiative: McLoone, a second by B. Reimers and Nature Works and PH will continue approval by all (7-0-0). evaluating and treating the invasive plants. R. Hill will ask Public Works to focus on Deerfield Phosphorus Reduction the removal of them from around the lakes, Project, Growing Greener Grant: particularly Multiflora Rose. He would also O’Hara has picked up the NSBB (Nutrient like to do some education about replacing Separating Baffle Box). It is being stored invasive plants. at their facility until it can be delivered to Buoys/Floating Structures: Aspen Point. R. Hill stated that they are All floating structures have been put in assessing where it can be used efficiently. Roamingwood. A discussion followed about Ridgeview Stormwater Retrofit, Act 13 Boating Safety certificates. Grant: Fish Stocking for 2019: A good engineering team is still reviewing PH is recommending walleye and fathead this. minnows for Roamingwood, largemouth Brooks Spillway Repair: There is a slight bass and the minnows for Deerfield and crack in the spillway. The repair has been Brooks. There was some discussion and tabled for the time being as the DEP and differing opinions about what should be the Conservation District are asking for stocked. T. Bain recommended alpha type more detail. fish at the shoreline, and C. Durkin said Nature Works: that we need fewer panfish as they eat The Entrance Pond Fountain is under zooplankton which we want because the review for replacement. R. Hill is looking zooplankton eat the algae. for quotes for the 2020 budget for a Outlet Structure Repairs and replacement that will aerate the water as Enhancement: well as being aesthetically pleasing. A work order for a “Keep Off” sign for the The first lakes inspection/treatment by outlet structure has been submitted as well their staff will be on May 20th. On June 7th as a weather resistant documentation box. they will be here to do the Phoslock and PH has sent over an excel spreadsheet/ spot treatments. They provided R. Hill and calculator that provides us with a timeline in PH with a copy of all active ingredients days on how long it will take the lake level used in their aquatic applications. All lake to get to a certain height given the amount conditions will be documented both preeach particular gate or valve is open and and post- application event. also an operator manual. Benthic Macroinvertebrate Study: Comments: R. Hill has expanded the study to include R. Hill reported that Palmyra Wildlife has 3 areas. What he would like to see are trapped and removed an additional beaver more species that are pollution intolerant. from Brooks and addled an additional 12 The species found in Ariel Creek below goose eggs. Roamingwood on 5/17 suggest lower The 5 Year Management Plan is being water quality conditions as Site 1 was finalized and will be shared with the dominated by Pollution Tolerant species committee for comments. There is a and Site 2 by Somewhat Pollution Tolerant meeting with PH on June 6th. species. R. Hill spoke about the $6500 maintenance The results for Ariel Creek below Brooks fee for Tract 29 and feels that that money Lake on 5/24 suggest pretty decent water could be better allocated elsewhere. quality as there were 4 different species of Trai Pope and John Thompson, both pollution intolerant macros. running for the Board, were introduced. The results for Tributary 05559 below Deerfield Lake on 5/23 yielded very decent The next meeting will be on June 29th. water quality as numerous intolerant/ somewhat intolerant species were found. The meeting was adjourned at 10:44 with Duck Nesting Boxes: a motion by K. Fairfield, a second by C. Two were confirmed to have occupants Durkin and approval by all (7-0-0). – Hidden Lake and Maintenance Shop locations – with 20 eggs total. Respectfully submitted, Judy Restaino Chair: Iggy Rivera Members: Charlie Durkin, Kent Fairfield, Bob Kravetz, Jim McLoone, Bob Reimers, Judy Restaino Staff: Ryan Hill, Larry Frotten Board: Barry Neiss Guests: Tom Bain, Brent Eelman, Trai Pope, John Thompson Excused: Steve Flapan, Karen Greenfeld, Tim Jeffers, Arnie Milidantri, Jeff Silverman
be held on Saturday, July 6; with a rain date of Sunday July 7. Fireworks ARE NOT PERMITTED in the Hideout. Sparklers are allowed, but only on your property, they may not be taken to any of the amenities.
All guests and members, over the age of seven, must display a valid Hideout Member ID card/Member Guest Badge in order to use any of the amenities. The Summer is in full swing…Remember our maximum speed limit in the Hideout is 25 MPH. As we travel our roads, please be aware of the pedestrians; young people walking with ear buds, phones, parents pushing strollers and chasing children or pets. Public Safety will show a large presence during the holiday and throughout the summer enforcing our speed limit. The pools are open weekly: Main Pool 12 – 7 pm North Pool: 11am – 7 pm
stickers may be purchased at the Main Pool and the POA for $65 for a strip of six stickers for your guest badges; or $18 a piece individually. Members with their Hideout photo ID do not have to pay to use the pool. Remember to utilize our website www.hideoutassoc.com to get a “glance” of all the activities going on this month. Copies of the Hideabout Newpaper is available at the POA office, as well as both mailbox locations. The Hideout Extra is our biweekly publication listing a calendar of events of all the “fun times” here at the Hideout. Enjoy the Month of July…..RELAX…. HAVE FUN….BE SAFE!!
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW!! The Hideout CARD and GAME DAY DATE: Wednesday, September 4, 2019
(Formerly Vinny’s Pizzeria)
TIME: 10:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Place:
Hideout Main Lodge
You play your game with your friends. Just register all players and tell us the game you will be playing. (Canasta, Bridge, Mah Jongg, Dominoes, Spades, etc.) Don’t have a table? Call and we will put you on a player needed list. Gather your players, and plan to join us for an afternoon of fun and friends! Registration form is available in The Hideabout and there will also be registration forms available at the Recreation Center. If you have any questions please contact Kathy Trombley (570) 630-2107. Mail completed registration forms to Kathy at 1390 The Hideout. HOPE TO SEE YOU THEN!
1 Lg Pie Plain 1 Doz. Hot Wings 1 Garden Salad $23.99
1 Sm Stromboli 1 Doz. Hot Wings 1 Antipasto Salad $27.99
$1.00 OFF 1 Large Stromboli
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2 Lg Pies 18” Plain $19.99
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THE HIDEOUT CARD and GAME PARTY REGISTRATION FORM
OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
DATE: Wednesday, September 4, 2019
1148 Golf Park Drive, Lake Ariel, PA
TIME: 10:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. Place:
Garlic Knot Pizza!!
(570) 698-0277 Gift Cert. available
Hideout Main Lodge
COST: $20 for all Hideout residents and guests. This includes lunch, door prizes, and other surprises.
1 & 1/2 MILE from the back gate! WE DELIVER • Thur. - Sun. • starting at 5pm only
Lunch - choose one entrée per person and list below with your submitted registration form. A. Vegetable Quiche, fruit salad, beverage, and dessert B. Tuna salad or chicken salad/vegetable platter, fruit salad, beverage, and dessert C. Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad, fruit salad, beverage, and dessert. Dinner rolls and butter will be included with each luncheon selection. Cookies and brownies will be available for dessert. There will be a cash bar available for those who desire it. Please include the fee for your table with this completed form. Make check payable to Kathy Trombley and mail to 1390 The Hideout. Bring all of the supplies you will need for the game you will be playing. 4-6 players per table. Any questions?? Call Kathy at (570) 630-2107. **Registration deadline. August 19, 2019
GAME YOU WILL BE PLAYING
* Tables for six are optional depending upon the number of players in your party
2019 Bulk Garbage Day Mark your Calendar
Saturday, September 28 6:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at The Hideout Maintenance Yard. Members in good standing only. 2019 Hideout Badge required. Fee
structure: Auto Trunk Load-No Charge; Pick-up, Small Trailer, and Van. First Trip-No Charge. Subsequent trips $15. Larger trucks and trailers $25 each trip. Items not accepted: Tree logs, limbs, brush, leaves, hazardous paints, solvents, toxic chemicals, motor oil, air conditioning and/or refrigeration equipment, TVs, computers or electronics.
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The Hideout FRIENDS of LILY
Inaugural Fundraiser August 3, 2019 1:00p.m. – 5:00p.m. at The Hideout Outdoor Sports Complex (rain or shine)
Please bring your family/friends and join us for
(pig by Bourne Hog Wild Pig Roasting)
FUN - GAMES MUSIC (by DJ M
Benefit for CHOP The Children’s Fund Donations can also be made at:
$20.00 per person Kids under 13 free
Hideout Committee Volunteers C
ommittees are an important part of our association operations. Committee members help keep our community vibrant; and, by augmenting paid staff, they save the association thousands of dollars each year.
The association just wouldn’t be what it is without our active and effective committees. They deserve our sincerest thanks. However, to be successful, our association needs to cultivate fresh ideas and encourage additional resident involvement in our committees; so, we’d like your help on one of our committees. Committees give the Board a way to gather information, offer new ideas and opinions and provide a training ground for future Board members. All committees are advisory to the Board unless given specific decision-making authority by the Board or our Governing Documents. Each committee has a goal and mission statement to help it succeed as a community resource. Our association has three types of committees: • Board appointed committees, like our ECC, Discplinary, Budget and Nominating, are established by the Board for a specific purpose under the supervision of the Board. These are required by our Protective Covenants or By-Laws. They often have clearly defined power and authority. Appointments are made for a three year term; however, there are no term limits as to how many terms someone may serve. • Standing committees, such as Food and Beverage and Recreation, are ongoing and have members who have expertise with a specific area within our community. These committees generally make recommendations to the Board pertaining to the specific area. • Ad-hoc committees, such as Governing Documents, are established by the Board as needed for specific projects and tasks. When the task is complete, the committee is disbanded. So, if you’re thinking about running for the Board and want to learn a little more about the association’s operations or if you’re interested in helping improve your community, we would be thrilled to talk to you about committees and how you might be able to help. Applications are available at the POA or on our website, www.hideoutassoc.com. Feel free to contact any member of the Board or Community Manager, at (570) 698-4100, ext. 109, for more information.
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HIDEOUT QUILTERS SALE
THERE’S NOT A MOMENT TO SPARE!!!
Hideout Adult Bowling League Wednesdays 12:30p.m. September 4, 2019 - April 15, 2020 Call Reggie (570) 698-7429 CAPTAINS DRAFT MEETING HIDEOUT POA MEETING ROOM WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2019 2:00 p.m.
Community Outreach Day Saturday July 13th, 2019 11:00 – 4:00 Cherry Ridge Airport Honesdale, PA Flight simulator & plane rides Classic planes & cars Emergency equipment Basket raffle Delicious food
FUN for the whole family! Your donation helps us to help others! www.archangelairborne.org facebook.com/Archangel.Airborne
The Hideout Quilters would like to thank all who participated and made their Semi-Annual Sale a huge success. It was held downstairs at the Clubhouse on Saturday, May 25th. Up for sale were many of their handcrafted articles and keepsakes. The revenue derived from this annual event enables the Quilters to purchase material and other items needed to create their hand made treasures. This past year they have donated over 300 hand made items to the local nursing homes and hospitals as well as St Joseph's Baby Pantry. We look forward to seeing all the “Friends of the Quilters” back again next year.
HIDEOUT QUILTERS The Hideout Quilters was started in 1996. A small group of women met twice monthly at the Art Center to fashion quilts from scraps and donated fabrics. These quilts were distributed to hospitals for babies and pediatric patients and to nursing homes. This small group has grown in size, now meets weekly on Fridays, and has moved to the Quilters Room down stairs at the Clubhouse. This new location allows the Quilters to access the room when they have spare time available during the week. There are always quilts and projects in progress. The Quilters have crafted other items in addition to the quilts. They make “Ouch” pillows for post surgical patients, walker bags, teddy bears for use by Firefighters/Ambulance Corp. when transporting children, and crocheted and knitted caps for newborn babies. They have made quilts to donate the various organizations for fundraisers. To date over 3,000 quilts have been donated to various organizations along with items mentioned above. The Quilters depend on fabric donations. In addition to fabrics they must purchase batting, poly-fill for pillows, additional material for quilt backings, and other supplies. We conduct fundraisers, raffles, etc. but need additional funds to continue our work. We have had the support of various clubs and committees in the Hideout community and grants from other organizations. These donations are most welcome and enable the Quilters to continue to serve the community. “Blessed are the Quilters For they shall be called Piecemakers”
THE HIDEABOUT NEWSPAPER Page XX - THE HIDEABOUT, LAKE ARIEL, PA., JULY 2019 ROAMINGWOOD SEWER & WATER ASSOCIATION P.O. Box 6, Lake Ariel, PA 18436 (570) 698-6162 Check out our website at: http://www.roamingwood.com/ 2019 Proposed Meeting Schedule Dates subject to approval & changes.
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Roamingwood Sewer and Water Association
STAGE 3 CONSTRUCTION UPDATE The highly anticipated paving, and restoration phase of the project is nearing completion. Our contractor has been very busy; paving close to ten miles of roads in just a few weeks. The contractor is in the process of completing the remaining items on the punch list and closing out
Oct 19 (Sat., 9AM)
the remaining complaints. Please call the office if you have a complaint or concern that hasn’t
been remedied yet. After the paving is complete the contractor will install a gravel shoulder
Meetings take place at 5PM at the RS&W Office, unless otherwise posted. Check our website for the latest updates.
Office Hours of Operation Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM Service Hours of Operation Monday-Friday, 7:30 AM-3:30 PM Saturday, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM Rates for Service Scheduled Service Hour Rates: Service Call - $50.00, minimum Water On/Off - $20.00 Unscheduled After Service Hour Rates: Service Call - $75.00, minimum Water On/Off - $75.00 Other Rates: Sat., 10:00 PM to Mon., 7:30 AM Service Call - $85.00, premium Water On/Off - $85.00 On Holidays, Premium Rates Apply
RS&W Requests E-mail and Cell Phone Numbers We are improving how we stay in contact with our valued customers. In the near future, we wish to provide the following features: • Service & Billing Alerts • Upcoming Events • Subscribe to our Electronic Newsletter
RS&W’s staff is on-call 7 days per week; 24 hours per day. If you have a water or sewer emergency, call (570) 698-6162, wait for operator and press OPTION 1, to leave your name, lot number and phone number where you can be reached and your call will be returned promptly. All nonemergency service calls require 24 hour notice to schedule an appointment during regular working hours. ATTENTION CUSTOMERS Cash payments will not be accepted. Please remit by check or money order, or contact us to set up direct debit. Payments by credit card can be made via our website, but there is a processing fee for this service. Please contact our office for more information on payment methods.
which will help with the transition into the gravel driveways, and line striping.
Thank you for your patience and understanding, please call (570) 698-6162 with any questions, complaints or concerns.
Landscaping Your Property & PA OneCall Beautifully landscaped yards can be a joy to homeowners that can turn into expensive nightmares. Roots from trees can invade building sewers and laterals. Roots thrive in the warm, moist, nutrient-rich atmosphere above the water level inside sanitary sewers. The flow of warm water inside the sewer pipe causes water vapor to escape to the cold and/or dry soil surrounding the pipe. Tree roots are attracted to the water vapor leaving the pipe and they follow the vapor trail to the source of the moisture, which is usually from cracks or loose joints in the sewer pipe. Tree roots will penetrate the opening to reach the nutrients and moisture inside the pipe. This continues in winter even though trees appear to be dormant. As some of you know, severe root in-
trusion and structurally damaged pipes require replacement. Tree roots growing inside sewer pipes can become a costly problem for township residents. The best way to avoid this situation is to plant wisely. Do not plant trees within 20 feet from any building sewer, lateral, or sewer main. That small little twig that you plant today can grow into a big tree in a few years. Roots can travel far underground, across property lines and under paved roads. Minimize future problems by planning and planting wisely. In Pennsylvania, homeowners and contractors are required to contact PA OneCall, by dialing 8-1-1 at least three business days before beginning any digging or excavation project. Go to www.paonecall.org for more information.
Water Conservation—Protect Our Valuable Resources! It may seem silly to talk about water conservation with the overabundance of rain we have been receiving over the past few months, but water conservation is one of the most important environmental acts we should practice daily. Did you know leaky toilets waste a lot of water? Your toilet could have a leak that you may not even know about. To test toilets for invisible leaks, place a few drops of food coloring or a dye tablet (available at RSWA office) into the toilet’s tank. Wait about 10 to 15 minutes without flushing, and if the coloring appears in the bowl, there is a leak. To repair this, the flush valve may need to be cleaned or replaced. Parts are inexpensive and easy to install. The toilet is the single biggest water user in your home. Flushing a regular toilet uses 5 to 7 gallons per flush, which accounts for more than one-third of the water used in your home each day. By replacing a regular model toilet with a low-flow toilet you can automatically reduce your home water consumption by 25%. Low-flow toilets, which are now installed per the building code, use only 1.5 gallons per flush. If you cannot replace your toilet, consider reducing the volume of each flush by placing a toilet dam or a water-filled plastic bottle weighted with gravel in the tank. Be sure not to interfere with the flushing mechanism.
The Annual Water Quality Report can be viewed by visiting www.roamingwood.com/waterreport
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Recycling is open Monday - Sunday 24/7 The Maintenance Department accepts Bulk Items Monday - Friday at the Maintenance Shop between 11:30 a.m. - 12 noon, Saturday morning by appointment only, (570) 698-4100, ext. 133. (fees apply) No electronics accepted, i.e., computers, televisions, refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, etc. Also not accepted are tires, paints, thinners, oils, etc.
COMMINGLED RECYCLING Single stream (also known as “fully commingled” or “single-sort”) recycling refers to a system in which all paper fibers, plastics, metals, and other containers are mixed in a collection truck, instead of being sorted by the depositor into separate commodities (newspaper, paperboard, Corrugated fiberboard, plastic, glass, etc.) and handled separately throughout the collection process. In single stream, both the collection and processing systems are designed to handle this fully commingled mixture of recyclables, with materials being separated for reuse at a materials recovery facility.
TREES What To Do If A Tree Is About To Fall From One Lot To Another? Even though The Hideout has an easement between properties, this matter is strictly between the parties involved. This includes limbs, branches and trees. If you have this situation, notify the property owner whose property presents the hazard. The Hideout does not provide information relative to the Membership. You should call the Wayne County Tax Assessment Office at (570) 2535970 or the internet at taxassessment officewaynecountypennsylvania.com. You should also contact your insurance company. Another resource is the internet for the purpose of researching Pennsylvania Real Estate Law on the subject. Again, this is a civil matter between the parties involved and cannot be resolved by The Hideout. Note: In the event that the tree is on Hideout Common Property, the Environmental Manager should be notified so that the appropriate action can be taken to remove the hazard.
PROPANE TANKS Safety Guidelines For Propane Tanks: Homeowners who decide to install a propane tank on their property need to be aware of the guidelines for such. A Propane Permit is needed. The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) has established a set of rules that govern
the requirements for the clearance around propane tanks in the NFPA 58 Liquified Petroleum Gas Code. Size of the clearance radius will depend on type of installation and the size of the tank. Vertical Tanks – The requirements for the clearance around vertical propane tanks under 125 gallons depends on the location of ignition sources, venting windows and doors. The tank itself may be placed against the house or building, but it has to be at least ten (10) feet from an ignition source such as a water heater and three (3) feet from a venting window or door. Horizontal Tanks – Horizontal tanks, also referred to as vessels, come in three main sizes: 330, 550 and 1,000 gallons. The size of the vessel normally depends on the propane requirements and the size of the structure using the fuel. The requirements for the clearance around the 330 and the 550 gallon propane tanks are at least ten (10) feet from the structure. Ten (10) feet from the property line and ten (10) feet from any ignition source. The 1,000 gallon propane tank requires at least twenty five (25) feet of clearance from the structure, the property line and any ignition sources. Also, be aware that according to our Protective Covenants and ECC Manual, every fuel storage tank on any lot shall be either buried below ground or screened to the satisfaction of the Committee within 90 days of its installation.
2019 FEE SCHEDULE FOR PERMITS Non-FEE Permits and Siding: Painting – Staining (match to color chart) Re-Roofing Siding (vinyl, wood) FEE based Permits: Additions $ 100 Deck (Replacement) (New $ 75) $ 50 Dock / Bulkhead $ 60 Driveway (pave, repave) $ 50 Excavation / Demolition $ 40 Fuel Storage Tanks (Propane, Oil) $ 20 Garage – attached or detached $ 100 Gazebo $ 45 Generator $ 20 Landscape (major) $ 40 New Home $ 600 Parking Pad $ 45 Pet Enclosure or Electronic Fence $ 10 Porch / Sunroom $ 100 Hand Railing $ 40 Retaining Wall $ 30 Satellite Antenna $ 10 Shed $ 45 Tree Removal $ 20 * New Home Tree Removal Deposit $3,000 Refundable Please remember that if you apply for a permit, it is not automatically given. There is a process, which could take up to two (2) weeks. The ECC has to review the permit
application and then a permit is approved or denied. If you have been denied, The Hideout will send you a letter with the reason(s) why it was not approved. You can then make the corrections and it will be reviewed again at the next ECC meeting. Also, remember that nearly everything you do outside of your home requires a permit. Please call Francine Spinelli, at (570) 698-4100, ext. 102 if you have any questions. Thank you. Failing to pickup an approved permit within 20 days of its issuance will result in a $25 non-refundable administrative fee. Failing to return a signed & dated permit within 20 days of a projects completion will result in a $25 non-refundable fine.
MEMBERS AND CONTRACTORS Among the items that the Environmental Control Committee will look for when going over your permit application is an “As Built” survey. There are several reasons for this: • To be sure of the placement of any structures on your property. • To be sure of setback lines. When turning in an application for any of the below permits, you must have an “as built” survey. • Garages (both detached and attached) • Decks • Driveways • Sheds • Additions • Dock/Bulkhead • Gazebo, Patio, Sunroom • Major Landscaping. This survey will be marked as “existing” not proposed. If you have any questions, please call Fran at (570) 698-4100, ext. 102. In some cases we might have a copy of the survey in our files. Please understand that this might not be an “as built” survey.
HIDEOUT PET REGULATIONS As defined in the Consolidated Rules and Regulations. Paragraph #8, Page 7 states pets will not be allowed to enter any facility controlled or owned by the Association. (Exception Guide Dogs). Paragraph #9, Page 8 states pets must be licensed, inoculated, leashed and kept under the owners control at all times. Paragraph #20, Page 8 states it is the responsibility of the owner of the pet to clean up and remove animal excrement of their pet. Dogs are only allowed at the Dog Park and on the Walking Trail and must be registered with the POA. Please note, roads are not considered an amenity. All Pet complaints are processed via the Hideout North Gate Control Center. The owner may be subjected to fines and or sanctions depending on the violation. In addition, the Wayne County Dog Warden has jurisdiction and will respond to animal complaints and take the appropriate action as deemed necessary. Pet regulations are in place for the protection of residents and guests and the ultimate goal is to seek voluntary compliance on the part of the membership.
HIDEOUT DOG PARK REGISTRATION Bring proof of Rabies and Distemper Shots from your Veterinarian to the Registration Department at the POA. Vet forms must indicate that males are neutered. You will be asked to complete a Hideout Pet Registration Form. The Dog Park Registration section of the form is optional for members wishing to join the Dog Park. Registration will file copies of your documents, collect the $15 annual fee and issue a Dog Collar Tag authorizing membership and admission to the Dog Park. Your pets must be registered even if you are not applying for Dog Park membership-however, there is no fee unless you are joining the Dog Park. The Dog Park Tag must be affixed to your dog’s collar prior to entry to the Park. Note that a current amenity badge must also be carried in the Park at all times. Dog Park Regulations - You must pick up after your dog. Owners ignoring this rule will be asked to leave and be denied future entry. Mutt mitts for waste disposal pick-up are available. Used Mitts must be placed in Trash containers. Aggressive dogs are not allowed and must be removed immediately. Each car must display a current Hideout Membership/visitor sticker on their vehicle. Each dog must display a Collar Tag issued by the POA Registration Office indicating Veterinary Certification that each male dog is neutered and has a current immunization for: Rabies and Distemper. Female dogs in heat are not allowed in Park. Children under age of 12 may attend only under supervision of an adult and adult must be supervising the dog. Members may supervise no more than two dogs per adult. Hours of operation are posted. The Park is self policing and dog owners using Park enforce these rules. Small dogs are free to use the Small Dog Area & all areas of the Park. Large dogs must be kept out of the Small Dog Area.
WILDLIFE ATTENTION MEMBERS In support of our community’s wildlife management efforts and to reduce the need for future culls, that the feeding of any wildlife (with the exception of birds) within The Hideout is prohibited and is subject to an initial Citation and Fine in the amount of $1,000.00. Anyone who chooses to feed birds can do so only if they use a bird feeder(s) unit that is kept at a minimum height of eight (8) feet above ground level, if not they will also be subject to a Citation and a $1,000.00 fine. Motion Made by Rich Straczynski, Seconded by Fred Sakacs Vote was taken-results 7 Yes, 0 No-PASSED NOTE 1) Any additional violation(s) will be subject to a hearing by the Disciplinary Committee to determine any additional penalties. NOTE 2): Revenues from initial fines and any additional penalties will be used to offset wildlife management expenses in the Environmental Department.
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Important Information You Should Know THE SPEED LIMIT IN THE HIDEOUT IS
25 MPH In the designated Safety Zones fines are doubled. Please watch for our pedestrians. We have many children and adults that will be out riding bicycles and walking dogs. Please observe all signs and association rules for the safety of our members.
ATTENTION MEMBERS When your guests come to visit, please make sure that they know your lot number when registering at the gate. This will expedite entrance into the community.
HAVE GUESTS COMING TO THE HIDEOUT FOR A VISIT? You can register your guest online or using your mobile device including Apple, Android and Blackberry. To register please visit the Hideout website http://www.hideoutassoc.com and click on “On-line Guest Registration” to fill out the form. Once signed up, you will receive an email with directions.
LAKEVIEW AND WOODPOINT COURT A dangerous condition arises on busy weekends from vehicles parking on the side of the road on Lakeview and Woodpoint Court. Vehicles parked on the side of the road in this location impede traffic and could possibly block access to the area by emergency vehicles. Due to this condition the Board has passed a motion deeming Lakeview and Woodpoint Court “Emergency Access Roads.” No parking will be permitted on the side of the road in this area. The Public Safety Department will aggressively enforce this rule. Anyone who parks in this location will be subject to a $125.00 fine and a $250.00 fine for repeat offenses.
AMENITY BADGES All Hideout Members must have a current Amenity Badge on their person in order to use any of the Hideout’s Amenities. Guests must also show their guest badges at all times. There are no exceptions to this rule!!!
SOCIAL MEMBERSHIP CARDS All members and their guests must have their Amenity Badges at all times throughout the community. In order to use our food & beverage licensed facilities, you must either be with a member or have the member purchase a social membership card for you. Social Membership cards are available at the Clubhouse.
HIDEOUT DIRECT NUMBERS 570-630-3700 Registration 570-630-3723 Maintenance 570-630-3728 Lodge Security 570-630-3729 Ski Hill 570-630-3730 Clubhouse Bar 570-630-3731 Clubhouse Hostess Station 570-630-3732 Main Lodge 570-630-3733 Recreation 570-630-3734 Nubia Malkin Art Center 570-630-3735 Fitness Center 570-630-3736 Golf Pro Shop 570-630-3737 North Gate Dispatcher 570-630-3738 Main Gate
HIDEOUT PHONE NUMBERS Dial area code (570) then the number POA Office 698-4100 POA Fax 698-9457 North Beach 698-7013 North Pool 698-7011 Recreation Fax 698-6580 Main Pool 698-7014 Mini Golf 698-4086 Woodworkers’ Shop 698-6269 Golf Maintenance 698-6384 EMERGENCY - 911 / (570) 698-6317 HIDEOUT TV - CHANNEL 20 To reach the following, please dial (570) 698-4100 plus ext. number Maintenance 133 Main Gate 140 North Gate 142
Main Lodge Public Safety Office Clubhouse Bar Clubhouse Reservations Main Lodge Hideout Quilters Recreation Nubia Malkin Art Center Fitness Center Ski Hill Golf Pro Shop Game Room Registration
149 150 151 155 156 160 164 165 170 180 244 300
HIDEOUT WEBSITE www.hideoutassoc.com The Hideout’s website has a public side as well as a private side. To register for the private side, please go to the home page and click on the “Member Login” button and then hit Member Registration. Your member number will be on your Dues Statement.
HIDEOUT FACEBOOK Like us on Facebook - go to Facebook.com and enter “Hideout Property Owners Association” in the search bar.
BIRTHDAY CORNER Please contact Lisa Green at email@example.com to announce your child’s birthday in The Hideabout Newspaper. Submit by the fifteenth of the month for the next issue. Your picture will be returned upon request.
GOOD NEIGHBORS CLUB BUCKLE UP It’s the law! SEAT BELTS SAVE LIVES!
ATTENTION VETERANS If you have a chronic illness or injury which occurred while you were in Military Service, you may be entitled to compensation. However, you must first file a claim with the Veteran’s Administration. For additional information, please contact Disabled Veteran Bob Addieg (570) 698-8337. No fee involved.
The Hideout Adult Social Group (HASG) is expanding our recently-formed Good Neighbors Club. We are pleased to coordinate the following Good Neighbors Club services to all members of the Hideout Community: 1. Many of us own wheelchairs, walkers and other medical equipment that we are not currently using. Others are in need of some of this equipment for a period of time. The HASG is compiling a list of such equipment. The intent is to have a central contact point where those in need can inquire about who may have the equipment they need and be willing to loan it to a fellow Hideout member. If you possess such equipment and are willing to help out by lending it to a Hideout neighbor, or if you are in need of same, please contact Louise Brevet, Chairperson at (570) 698-5102, or Judy Restaino, Co-Chair at (570) 698-9840. 2. A number of us have survived major illnesses: cancer, heart attacks, strokes, etc. If you are a survivor of a life-threatening illness and are willing to talk, one on one, with others currently going through a similar situation, or if you are fighting such a situation and would like an opportunity to talk to someone who has “been there done that” please contact Louise Brevet, Chairperson at (570) 698-5102, or Judy Restaino, Co-Chair at (570) 698-9840. Confidentiality will be observed. 3. Many of our neighbors live alone. If you are by yourself and would like a daily phone call from a fellow community member, or if you would like the opportunity to brighten someone’s day with a friendly “hello, how are you today?” then again please contact Louise Brevet, Chairperson at (570) 698-5102, or Judy Restaino, Co-Chair, at (570) 698-9840. The HASG believes in neighbors helping neighbors. Although the Good Neighbor Club is a function of the Hideout Adult Social Group we are pleased to offer these services to ALL Hideout residents.
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THE HIDEABOUT - SECTION 2 - JULY 2019 Recreation Activities & More! JULY 1-5 -Tot Camp and Adventure Kids Camp - Week 2 MONDAY, JULY 1 -Tot Camp and Adventure Kids Camp - Week 2 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday) -Walking for Wellness 8-9 a.m. at the RSC Indoor Courts (weekly Monday - Friday) -Tone & Condition w/Ellie 9-9:45am at the RSC Aerobic Room (weekly Monday, Wednesday, Friday) -Youth Swimming Lessons sess. 02, 9 a.m. at Main Pool -Preschool Swimming Lessons sess. 02, 10 a.m., Main Pool -Pee Wee Tennis, ages 5-7, 1:30 and Jr. Tennis 2 p.m. at the RSC (weekly Tuesday & Thursday) -Open Play Pool/Billiards 6-9 p.m. at the lower level of the Clubhouse (weekly) TUESDAY, JULY 2 -Aqua Freestyle (self-led exercise) 9 a.m. at Main Lodge Pool -Parent/Child Swimming Lessons sess. 01, 10-10:30 a.m. at Main Pool -Open Play Pickleball 1-4 p.m. Main Lodge Courts (weekly Tuesday, Friday) -Pool Games 2 p.m. at Main Pool (weekly) WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 -Mohegan Sun Bus Trip-leaves N. M. Art Center 10 a.m. -Crafters 1 p.m. at the Quilters Room (weekly) THURSDAY, JULY 4 -Flyer Bake Sale 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Main Beach -Open Play Pool/Billiards lower level of the Clubhouse 1-4 p.m. (weekly) -Annual PA Fish for Free Day FRIDAY, JULY 5 -Beginner Pickleball Lessons 12-1 p.m. at Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) -Open Play Pickleball 1-4 p.m. Main Lodge Courts (weekly Tuesday, Friday) -Board Game Night RSC MPR 5-8 p.m. (weekly) SATURDAY, JULY 6 -Zumba w/Julie 9-10am at the RSC Aerobic Room (weekly) -Tennis Clinics & Lessons 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at RSC Courts -4th of July Beach Party 2-6 p.m. (rain date Sun. July 7) -Boat/Jet Ski/Private Dock Regatta 2 p.m. at the Marina -Little Miss & Mr. Hideout Pageant (Pride) 4 p.m. at the Main Lodge Beach -Beginner/Intermediate Pickleball Lessons 5-6 p.m. at the Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) -Fireworks at dusk over Roamingwood Lake -Indoor Court prepaid bookings evenings 5-8 p.m. -Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament SUNDAY, JULY 7 -Tennis Clinics & Lessons 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at RSC Courts -Horseshoe Tournament 10 a.m. at the OSC -Volleyball Tournament 11 a.m. at the OSC -Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament
JULY 8-12 -Tot Camp and Adventure Kids Camp - Week 3 -Instructional Tennis Camp at RSC Courts -Youth Baseball Instructional Camp 5-7 p.m. at South Rec. (8-12 years) MONDAY, JULY 8 -Zumba w/Julie 10-11 a.m. at the RSC Aerobic Room (weekly Monday, Wednesday, Friday) TUESDAY, JULY 9 -Aqua Freestyle (self-led exercise) 9 a.m. at Main Lodge Pool -Summer Children’s Bingo 7 p.m., RSC Multi-Purpose Rm. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 -Crafters 1 p.m. at the Quilters Room (weekly -Art at the Beach, 2-4 p.m. at the Main Lodge Beach (weekly) THURSDAY, JULY 11 -Open Play Pool/Billiards lower level of the Clubhouse 1-4 p.m. (weekly) -Summer Family Bingo begins 7:30pm at RSC Multi Purpose Room (weekly) FRIDAY, JULY 12 -Beginner Pickleball Lessons 12-1 p.m. at Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) -Open Play Pickleball 1-4 p.m. Main Lodge Courts (weekly Tuesday, Friday) -Kayak Race 5 p.m. Main Lodge Beach -Board Game Night RSC MPR 5-8 p.m. (weekly) -Lake Swim 6 p.m. North Beach to Main Beach BRIGHT SWIM CAP (weekly) SATURDAY, JULY 13 -Tennis Clinics & Lessons 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at RSC Courts -Flea Market 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Laurel Park (rain date 7/14) -Jr Woodworkers 10 a.m. & 2 p.m.,Woodworker Building -Night at the Races at the Main Lodge 7 p.m. -Jr. Doubles Tennis Championships – Members ONLY SUNDAY, JULY 14 -Tennis Clinics & Lessons 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at RSC Courts -Salvation Army Collection RSC MPR 9 a.m.-3 p.m. -Jr. Doubles Tennis Championships – Members ONLY JULY 15-19 -Tot Camp and Adventure Kids Camp - Week 4 -Youth Soccer Camp 5-7 p.m. at South Rec. Baseball Field (6-11 years) MONDAY, JULY 15 -Youth Swimming Lessons sess. 03, 9 a.m. at Main Pool -Preschool Swimming Lessons sess. 03, 10 a.m., Main Pool 10-10:30 a.m., Main Pool -Pool / Billiards Tournament 8-Ball TUESDAY, JULY 16 -Parent/Child Swimming Lessons sess. 02, 10-10:30 a.m. at Main Pool
TUESDAY, JULY 16 -Shuffleboard Open Plays10 a.m. at the OSC (weekly) WEDNESDAY, JULY 17 -Family Campfire Night (Parents & Children) 8-10 p.m. at the SKI HILL THURSDAY, JULY 18 -Bocce League Begins 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at OSC (weekly) FRIDAY, JULY 19 -Beginner Pickleball Lessons 12-1 p.m. at Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) SATURDAY, JULY 20 -Mohegan Sun Night Bus Trip-leaves N.M. Art Center 4 p.m. -Beginner/Intermediate Pickleball Lessons 5-6 p.m. at the Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) -Music at the North Beach 7 p.m. SUNDAY, JULY 21 -8th Annual Hideout Olympics -8th Annual Hideout Family Olympics-Swimming events 11 a.m. at North Pool -8th Annual Hideout Family Olympics-Field events 2 p.m. at the North Recreation Field JULY 22-26 -Tot Camp and Adventure Kids Camp - Week 5 -Youth Basketball Instructional Camp 5-7 p.m. (8-12 years) TUESDAY, JULY 23 -Summer Children’s Bingo 7 p.m., RSC Multi-Purpose Rm. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 -Family Campfire Night (Parents & Children) 8-10 p.m. at the SKI HILL THURSDAY, JULY 25 -Tennis Clinics & Lessons beginning 9am at RSC Courts (weekly Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday) FRIDAY, JULY 26 -Beginner Pickleball Lessons 12-1 p.m. at Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) SATURDAY, JULY 27 -Beginner/Intermediate Pickleball Lessons 5-6 p.m. at the Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) -Jr. Singles Tennis Championship Day 1 SUNDAY, JULY 28 -Jr. Singles Tennis Championship Day 2 JULY 29-AUGUST 2 -Tot Camp and Adventure Kids Camp - Week 6 -Youth Swimming Lessons session 04, 9 a.m. at Main Pool -Youth Golf Camp 2-4 p.m. at the Golf Course -Youth Volleyball Instructional Camp 5-7 p.m. (10-15 years) at the OSC
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reetings...Summer seems to be in full swing here at the Recreation Department. As I took a drive around checking on are pools and beaches it is so awesome to see them being enjoyed by community members. It makes me happy to work in such a great family oriented recreational community. With that being said, I wanted to take a minute to discuss some recreational opportunities that some people might not be aware of. For those of you that haven’t checked out The Hideout’s Outdoor Sports Complex it is located right behind the Recreation Center on North Fairway Drive. It is a truly gorgeous amenity with an oversized pavilion, horseshoe pits, bocce ball courts, a playground, and a sand volleyball court. We also offer this amenity for rental opportunities such as parties or special occasions. Please contact Recreation at 570-630-3733 with any questions. When you’re looking to stay inside on a hot or maybe a rainy day I urge you to check out the Nubia Malkin Art Center. The Nubia Malkin Art Center is located right across from the Ski-Hill for those of you who have never been
there. The enthusiastic staff offer a number of programs and events, for the beginner or advanced. You can create an amazing ceramic piece, or even take part in creating stained glass projects. There is Story time available on the weekends, and the staff would love to show you’re around and introduce you to that’s offered at the Nubia Malkin Art Center. Please call Recreation at 570630-3733 with any questions. Let’s not forget about Laurel Park and everything that is offered there. Please check out are dog park. It is so awesome to stop by and check out all of our great community members enjoying some sun with their dogs. Also coming soon with a big thanks to our facilities department, a new Playground at Laurel Park. With no setbacks they are looking to have the project wrapped up by July 16. Also I urge you, if you have not to take a look at our beautiful campground. If interested in a site, please contact Recreation at 570-630-3733.
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Recreation Activities – August 2019
-Walking for Wellness 8-9 a.m. at the RSC Indoor Courts (weekly Monday - Friday) -Aqua Zumba 9 a.m. at Main Pool (weekly TU, TH) -Bocce League 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at OSC (weekly) -Open Play Pool/Billiards Lower level of the Clubhouse 1-4 p.m. (weekly) -Lap Swim 6-7pm at North Pool (weekly-TU, TH)
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15
-Tot Camp and Adventure Kids Camp - Week 7
-Family Bingo 7:30 p.m. at the RSC
MONDAY, AUGUST 5
FRIDAY, AUGUST 16
-Youth Swimming Lessons sess. 04, 9 a.m., the Main Pool
-Beginner Pickleball Lessons 12-1 p.m. at Main Lodge
-Preschool Swimming Lessons sess. 04, 10 a.m., Main Pool -Open Play Pool/Billiards 6-9 p.m. at the lower level of the Clubhouse (weekly)
-Family Bingo 7:30 p.m. at RSC (weekly)
TUESDAY, AUGUST 6
FRIDAY, AUGUST 2
-Weekly Tennis Clinics & Lessons 9 a.m. at the RSC
-20th Annual Triathlon 8 a.m. at North Beach -Tone & Condition w/Ellie 9-9:45 a.m. at the RSC Aerobic Room (weekly M, W, F) -Lap Swim 9-10 a.m. at Main Lodge Pool (weekly-Mon., Wed., Fri.) -Zumba w/Julie 10-11 a.m. at the RSC Aerobic Room (weekly M, W, F) -Beginner Pickleball Lessons 12-1 p.m. at Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) -Board Game Night RSC MPR 5-8 p.m. (weekly) -Mini Golf Open 5-9 p.m. (weekly) -Lake Swim North Beach to Main Lodge 6 p.m. (weekly) (Last Day August) SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 -Zumba w/Julie 9-10 a.m. at the RSC Aerobic Room (weekly) -Quilters Auction 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Clubhouse -Tennis Clinics & Lessons 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at RSC Courts (weekly) -Mini Golf Open 1-9 p.m. (weekly) -Indoor Court prepaid bookings evenings 5-8 p.m. (weekly)
Courts (weekly Tues., Wed., Fri.) -Shuffleboard League 10 a.m. at the OSC (weekly) -Open Play Pickleball 1-4 p.m. Main Lodge Courts (weekly Tues. & Fri) -Pool Games 2 p.m. at the Main Pool (weekly) -Summer Children’s Bingo 7 p.m. at the RSC WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7 -Mohegan Sun Bus Trip - leaves N.M. Art Center at 10 a.m. -Crafters 1 p.m. at the Quilters Room (weekly) -Family Campfire Night (Parents & Children) 8-10 p.m. at the SKI HILL THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 -Teddy Bear Picnic 3 p.m. at the OSC - for children 2-7 years of age FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 -Beginner Pickleball Lessons 12-1 p.m. at Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) -Kayak Race Main Lodge Beach 5 p.m. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 -Singles Club Tennis Championships - Members ONLY
-Doubles Club Tennis Championships - Members ONLY
SUNDAY, AUGUST 11
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4
-Singles Club Tennis Championships (I & A) - Members
-10th Annual Youth Triathlon 8 a.m. at the Main Lodge -Tennis Clinics & Lessons 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at RSC Courts -Mini Golf Open 1-5 p.m. (weekly) -Doubles Club Tennis Championships - Members ONLY
ONLY AUGUST 12-16 -Tot Camp and Adventure Kids Camp - Week 8
Courts (reservations required) SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 -Mohegan Sun Night Bus Trip Leaves Nubia Malkin Art Center at 4 p.m. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20 -Summer Children’s Bingo 7 p.m. at RSC Multi-purpose Room (last night) FRIDAY, AUGUST 23 -Beginner Pickleball Lessons 12-1 p.m. at Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 -Music at the North Beach 7 p.m. -Pete Clauss Memorial 55+ Blind Draw Tennis Tournament Day 1 SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 -Pete Clauss Memorial 55+ Blind Draw Tennis Tournament Day 2 THURSDAY, AUGUST 29 -Family Bingo 7 p.m. at the RSC (last night) FRIDAY, AUGUST 30 -Beginner Pickleball Lessons 12-1 p.m. at Main Lodge Courts (reservations required) SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 -Zumba w/Julie 9-10 a.m. at the RSC Aerobic Room (last class for the season) -Labor Day Beach Party 2-6 p.m. at the Main Beach (Sun. Sept. 1 Rain Date) -Night at the Races 7 p.m. at the Main Lodge
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Tennis - Clinic and Private Lessons Professional Instructor – A Professional Tennis Instructor is available offering private lessons and clinics on Sat. at 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 & 4:00 p.m.; and Sun., at 12:00, 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. Please call the Recreation Office (570) 630-3733 for more information. Summer Clinic schedule Saturday Clinics are 11:00 a.m. Men’s Advanced Intermediate, 12:00 p.m. Advanced Intermediate, 1:00 p.m. Rotation of Beginner / Advanced Beginner, 2:00 p.m. Intermediate I & II, and 3:00 p.m. Advanced. Sunday Clinics are 11:00 a.m. Women’s Advanced Intermediate, 12:00 p.m. Advanced Intermediate, 1:00 p.m. Advanced Beginner, 2:00 p.m. Beginner and 3:00 p.m. Advanced. Register one day in advance for clinics. Private Lesson times are 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Register one week in advance for private lessons. Contact Recreation. Clinic fees are Indoor Member-$15, Indoor Guest - $20; Outdoor Member - $12, Outdoor Guest $15. Weekly Adult Tennis Clinics schedule began June 25. The clinics are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Tuesdays Clinics are Advanced Intermediate at 9:00 & 10:00 and Intermediate I at 11:00. Wednesdays Clinics are Advanced Intermediate at 9:00 and 10:00 a.m. and Advanced Beginner at 11:00 a.m. Fridays Clinics are Beginner at 2:00, Intermediate I & II at 3:00, Advanced Intermediate at 4:00 and Advanced at 5:00 p.m. The fees are for Outdoor clinics Members $12, and Guests $15; Indoor Clinics are Members $15 and Guest $20. Reservations are accepted one day prior by calling (570) 630-3733. Registration or Instructional Tennis Camp – Week of July 8-12, Joseph Fialko, the Hideout’s Tennis Professional, will run a one week long tennis camp. The camp runs for five consecutive days. The cost is $175.00 for members, and $200.00 for guests. The schedule is Advanced/Advanced Intermediate 9:00 a.m to 11:00 a.m.; Intermediate I & II / Advanced Beginners 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Juniors (ages 8-17) 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sign up at the Recreation office during office hours. Checks must be made payable to ‘Joe Fialko’. Registration for Jr. Tennis – For ages 8 – 17 years old. Mondays and Thursdays, beginning June 24 through August 8 (No sessions the week of July 8-12, tennis camp). Orientation will be on June 24 at 1:00 p.m. Sessions will be 1 hour and 20 minutes. Contact Recreation to register. Registration fee is $150.00 for members and $175.00 for guests. Pee Wee Tennis – Program begins Monday, June 24. Monday and Thursday 1:30 – 2:00 p.m. at the RSC Indoor Courts. Limited availability, contact Recreation one day in advance for reservations, (570) 630-3733.
THE HIDEABOUT NEWSPAPER 9:00 a.m. at the RSC Aerobic Room. Total body conditioning and stretching using bands and weights. All levels welcome. Contact the Fitness Center for more information. (570) 630-3735. Zumba with Julie – Beginning July 6 through August 31, Classes are Saturday at 9:00 a.m. and Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:00 a.m. at the RSC Aerobic Room. Rates $10 per class, $40 for five classes, and $70 for ten classes.
Malkin Art Center at 4:00 p.m. The return bus leaves Mohegan Sun at 10:00 p.m. $20.00 per person. Must have Government Issued Photo ID. Seats are limited. Two restaurants have online dinner reservations. Go to their website.
Boating - Registration for power boats, personal watercrafts and non-power boats is open at the Recreation office. All powerboat and Personal Watercraft owners must have the appropriate documents on file with the Pool / Billiards Open Play – Thurs. from 1:00 Recreation Department in order to re-register. -4:00 p.m. and Mon. from 6:00–9:00 p.m. at the This includes current amenity badge, a copy lower level of the Clubhouse. of their insurance naming The Hideout as Pool / Billiards 9-Ball Billiards Tournament certificate holder and current state registrations – Started Mon. June 3, Clubhouse Lower for both the boat or PWC and trailer. Level. Race to 2, Double Elimination, $5 p.p. Questions, please contact Rich Maier, 570-503- Recreation Activities - Board Game Night – 1488. Fri., 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the RSC Multipurpose Pool / Billiards 8-Ball Billiards Tournament Room. Games are supplied, or bring your own. – Starts Mon. July 15, Clubhouse Lower 4th of July Beach Party – Sat., July 6, 2:00 – Level. Race to 2, Double Elimination, $5 p.p. 6:00 p.m. at the Lodge Beach. Rain date is Questions, please contact Rich Maier, Sun., July 7. Come enjoy a day at the beach (570) 503-1488. with some great music provided by a DJ and great food. The day will involve contests, Outdoor Shuffleboard Open Play – Gather to prizes, games and dancing! We look forward play, weekly began Tue., June 11, 10:00 a.m. to seeing you there for the start of our summer at the OSC. activities! Pickleball Open Play - Tue. & Fri. from 1:00– 4:00 p.m., at the Main Lodge Courts, in adverse Boat, Jet Ski and Dock Regatta – Sat., July 6, weather conditions, will be held in the RSC 2:00 p.m. at the Marina. Including Jet Skis this Indoor Courts (availability and court fees apply). year, and also adding the Residential Docks Contact Recreation for more information. all around the lake for the July 6th celebration. 8th Annual Hideout Olympics – Sun., July 21 This year’s theme will be your ‘Comic and at North Pool and North Recreation. Swimming Superhero’. Your choice to choose your events at 11:00 a.m. at the North Pool. Field favorite character is totally up to you… Batman, events at 2:00 p.m. at RSC- OSC Fields Superman, Superwoman, Sponge Bob, Mickey and Minny Mouse etc., your imagination is Aquatics - North Beach Open for the Season the limit. There will be three prizes awarded, 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Boat and Jet Ski registration fee for next year, Main Lodge Pool and Beach Open for the equal to $95. The Residential Dock will win a Season 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. $50 Hideout Cash Card for the best decorated Main Lodge Lap Swim began Monday, dock. We will have the usual judging of the June 17 at the Main Lodge Pool, Monday, boats and jet skis starting at 2:00 in the Marina, Wednesday and Friday at 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. with the Jet Skis following after the boats. Youth Swimming Lessons, began Monday, Once both categories have been decided, the June 24, 9:00 a.m., at the Main Lodge Pool. judges will leave the Marina for a trip around Preschool Swimming Lessons, began Monday Roamingwood Lake for the judging of the June 24, 10:00 a.m. at the Main Lodge pool. residential docks. North Pool Lap Swim began Tuesday, June 18 at the North pool, Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30 Little Miss & Mister Hideout – Sat., July 6, – 7:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. at the Main Lodge Beach. Kids dress North Pool open Monday through Friday, 12:00 as your favorite cartoon or comic character. – 7:00 p.m. Register children 18 months to age 6. The Pool Games began Tuesday, June 25, 2:00 winners will be awarded a prize. Pre-register at p.m., at the Main Lodge pool every week. the Aquatics office, (570) 698-7011. North Pool open 12:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Aqua Exercise, a Free program with valid Volleyball Tournament – Sunday, July 7 at amenity badge. Offered every Tue. and Thurs. 11:00 a.m. at the OSC. Teams are limited to 6 from 9:00-9:45 a.m. at the Main Lodge Pool players. Cost is $10.00 per person with BBQ. beginning July 9. Register at Recreation Lake Swim – Fri. evenings beginning July 12, 6:00 p.m. at the North Beach, swimming to Music on North Beach - Saturday, July 20 & Sat. Evening ISC Bookings – Reserve and the Main Lodge Beach. Swimmers must have August 24, 7:00 p.m. Ray Morgan and Friends. prepay for use of the Indoor Sports Complex spotters and wear a bright colored swim cap. Bring your own beach chairs. from 5:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. for tennis, pickleball Non-power boater “spotter” volunteers needed or basketball. Tennis court $25.00 per hour – meet at the North Beach at 5:45 p.m. Children’s Bingo –Tue., July 9 & 23 at 7:00 for members, $30.00 for guests. Basketball/ p.m. at RSC Multi-Purpose room. $1.00 per Pickleball Half Court $12.50 per hour for Miniature Golf - Open Week Ends, Friday card, Prizes awarded. Valid Amenity Badge members, $15.00 per hours for guests. 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., Saturday 1:00 – 9:00 p.m. required. Questions, call Recreation Call Recreation to make bookings, and pay and Sunday 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Beginning June (570) 630-3733. with a credit card over the phone, or make 24, also open Monday, Wednesday 6:00 – 9:00 arrangements for bringing cash or check. p.m. Family Bingo – Beginning weekly Thur., July (Recreation Holiday events will take priority.) 11, 7:30 p.m. at the RSC Multipurpose Room. Bus Trips - Mohegan Sun Day Bus Trip, Wed., Cost $1.00 per card. Valid Amenity Badge Athletics - After School Open Gym – For July 3. The cost is $20 p.p. which includes $25 required. school age children and parents. Mon., Wed., Free Play Card and $5 Food Coupon. You must Thu. 3:15 -5:00 p.m. at the Recreation Sports bring your Government Issued Photo ID! The Flea Market – Sat., July 13, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 Complex indoor courts. Play basketball, Bus leaves from the Nubia Malkin Art Center p.m. Come sell your old treasures, or buy practice soccer, jump rope or hula hoop. Free. Parking Lot at 10:00 a.m. and departs from someone else’s! Vendor spaces available (The last day for the Open Gym season is June Mohegan Sun at 4:30 p.m. $10.00 for members, and $15 for Guests. 13, the same as the last day of school.) Mohegan Sun SATURDAY Night Bus Trip – Contact Recreation to sign up, (570) 630-3733. Toning & Conditioning – Mon., Wed. and Fri. at Saturday, July 20. The bus leaves the Nubia
Jr. Woodworkers – Sat., July 13– Two classes, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. & 2:00 -4:00 p.m. Youth Ages 8-14. This year’s project is a ?????. Max. class limited to 10, contact Recreation for reservations. (570) 630-3733. Kayak Race – Fri. July 12, 5:00 p.m. at the Main Lodge Beach. Night at the Races – Sat., July 13, 7:00 p.m. Place your bet on your favorite horse. Cash bar and snacks available during the races. Bring your member badge and guest with badges. Adults only. Family Campfire Nights – SKI HILL, July 17, July 24 & August 7, 8:00-10:00 p.m. $3.00 per person. Adults, Parents & Children. Bring your chairs, bug spray, sneakers w/socks. Hot dogs & S’mores. 8th Annual Hideout Olympics – Sunday, July 21 at North Pool and North Recreation. Swimming events at 11:00 a.m. at the North Pool. Field events at 2:00 p.m. at North Recreation Fields. Aquatics Schedule Main Lodge Pool & Beach North Beach: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m North Pool : 12:00 – 7:00 p.m. Main Lodge Arcade/Game Room 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m The Fitness Center schedule: Sun. 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Mon. through Thu. 6:30-8:00 p.m. Fri. 6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat. 7:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. The RSC Arcade/Game Room – Mon. 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Tue. 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. Wed. & Thu. 11:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Fri. & Sat. 11:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Sun. 12:00–5:00 p.m. Mini Golf Schedule Saturday – 1:00 – 9:00 p.m. Sunday – 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Weekdays beginning June 22 Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 6:00 -9:00 p.m. Recreation Office- (570) 630-3733 Open Mon.- Sun. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Like / Follow us on Social Media for daily updates! •Facebook – Hideout Property Owners Association •Twitter - @hideoutrec •Instagram - @hideoutrecreation
Amenity badges are required for all programs; guests are also welcome with a valid guest badge. Any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call the Recreation Department at (570) 698-4100, ext. 160 or (570) 630-3733.
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Clinics and Private Lessons are taught by Tennis Pro: Joe Fialko “Developer & Trainer of Nationally Ranked Juniors” CLINICS The Spring and Summer weekend Tennis clinics have started at the Recreation Sports Complex. Reservations are made through the Recreation Office, (570) 630-3733. Players must remain within the appropriate levels determined by the Tennis Pro. Reservations may only be made one day in advance. All clinics are given at the RSC Courts. Payment can be made at the Recreation Office and clinics should be prepaid. Outdoor clinics are $12.00 for Members and $15.00 for Guests. Indoor clinics are $15.00 for Members and $20.00 for Guests. Anyone reserving a clinic and not attending will be charged the full rate if the reservation is not cancelled two office hours before the scheduled start time.
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ur community has had a swim team for many years. This team is for the children who reside in The Hideout during the summer. Our swim team is open to any swimmer ages 5 to 18 years old who can swim a recognizable stroke for 25 yards (one pool length). All are welcome to visit and see what we are all about on June 24 and June 25 at our open swim tryout at the North Pool. The Hideout Flyers is a competitive swim team associated with the Pocono Summer Swim League. The tentatively scheduled meets are Tuesdays and Thursday in July. Dates for these meets will be announced at a future time. Practice is held every morning Monday to Friday, except on meet days. In addition there will evening practices on every Wednesday in July. Official
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team practice will start on Wednesday, June 26th. The Hideout Flyers is a parent and Hideout Recreation run organization. Parents or guardians must be willing to participate as a volunteer at the swim meets and swim team events. The team cannot happen without the support and involvement of every swimmer’s parent or guardian. The Hideout Flyers registration fee is $85.00 per swimmer. If you would like a registration packet, please contact Donna McDonald or Jill Scaduto. All registrations must be submitted on or before June 1st, so team shirts can be ordered. All checks should be made payable to : The Hideout Flyers Swim Team. If you have any questions, please contact Donna McDonald at flyerssummerswim@gmail. com.
2019 Hideout Camps
he Hideout Tot Camp is a eight week recreational and educational program for children ages 3 to 6. Camp is conducted June 24 to August 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Ski Hill, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and at the Main Lodge Beach every Tuesday and Thursday. All children are asked to bring their lunch everyday. The staff will provide a beverage and a mid morning snack. If the weather warrants, the camp will occasionally walk to Holiday Park for a picnic. The Camp is divided into 2 subgroups: 3 & 4 year olds and 5 & 6. The maximum number of children is 30, so please sign up early. We also ask that the children wear their bathing suit and bring a towel on Beach Day (Tuesdays and Thursdays), which includes a swim lesson with a Water Safety Instructor. The dress code for camp is casual so please keep in mind that the children do play outside and use paint and glue, etc. Weather permitting; each group will have at least one hour of outside physical activity, one hour of structured activity, and plenty of time to discover the world. This schedule allows each subgroup significant time to themselves and more individualized attention, while also allowing enough time for whole group activities. Cost per day per child is $25.00, per week-per child $100.00, and BEACH PARTIES full season is $700.00 - fees are Three annual beach parties are held during the summer at the Main Lodge not refundable. Beach. Each party is unique with music provided by a DJ. Admission to The Hideout Adventure/Kids the parties is free to all members and guests with a valid amenity badge. Camp, is a recreational program Refreshments will be available for a fee. A shuttle bus is provided for devoted to the social, intellectual, transportation from the Nubia Malkin Art Center to the Main Lodge. physical, and emotional development of children ages Date Time Rain Date 7-13. Those who want to have a Fourth of July Beach Party Saturday, July 6 2-6 p.m. Sunday, July 7 fun and an enjoyable summer, sign up today! • Little Miss and Mr. Hideout Comic/Cartoon Event Saturday, July 6, 4 p.m., Main Lodge Beach, The Comic/Cartoon Event is for children 18 months-to 6 years of age. We are matching the Boat Regatta theme of Cartoon and Comics. Children are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite cartoon or comic super hero. Parents please pre-register your child at the Aquatics Office by 2 p.m. on July 5. • Boat Regatta Saturday, July 6, 2 p.m. at the Marina. This year’s theme is “Cartoon and Comic Theme”
AQUATICS SPECIAL EVENTS & PROGRAMS
Labor Day Beach Party Saturday, Aug. 31 2-6 p.m. (Sunday, September 1 rain date)
Camp runs Monday through Friday for eight weeks from June 24 to August 16 and meets 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Camp will meet at the Outdoor Sports Complex everyday except Tuesday and Thursday, when it will meet at North REC. We ask that you bring a lunch everyday. Sneakers are required for camper's every day. On the pool days please bring or wear bathing suit, towel, sunscreen, and a lunch. Cost per day-per child $23.00, per week-per child $90.00, full season $600.00 - fees are not refundable. The registration form for the Camps may be found at The Hideout’s webpage, www. hideoutassoc.com and clicking the “Resources” tab, go to ‘Recreation Documents’, 2019 Camp Registration Form, you will need to complete the PDF filling information, then you will be able to fill out the form. The document will be sent directly to Recreation. As an alternative, the registration form may be completed at the office or the brochure form may be completed and brought in to the Recreation office. A copy of the Child’s birth certificate may be scanned and sent to Recreation, or brought in to the office before the child starts camp. You may register on a daily, weekly, or full season basis. No one will be admitted without a completed registration form and verification of age. Please be advised that registration fees are not refundable. Payment may be made by sending a check, calling the office for a credit card payment, or stopping by the office prior to the camp starting. Registration begins Sunday, May 19.
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Boat Registration in The Hideout begins on Monday, April 1. All Hideout members must register their power and non-power boats at the Recreational Sports Complex before using them on the Hideout Lakes. BOAT REGISTRATION Maximum boat size-17ft., Maximum Four stroke engine horsepower, 90hp. *Used boats owned by a Hideout Property owner and were previously registered for Roamingwood Lake and are sold to another Hideout Property owner for use on Roamingwood Lake will be considered “grandfathered” and will be exempt from the Four Stroke Motor only restriction. PERSONAL WATERCRAFT, i.e. Jet Skis and Wave Runners are subject to a maximum of 110 horsepower provided the PWC has a four (4) stroke engine. Maximum horsepower for a two (2) stroke engine is eighty-five (85) horsepower All powerboat and Personal Watercraft owners must have the appropriate documents on file with the Recreation Department in order to re-register. This includes current amenity badge, a copy of their insurance naming the Hideout as certificate holder* and current state registrations for both boat, PWC and trailer. All new PWC owners must bring their information for their craft and boating safety certificate to the Recreation Department. All owners of watercrafts (20hp or more) must have at least $250,000 bodily injury liability coverage and $50,000 property damage liability coverage. Owners of watercraft nineteen (19hp or less - not including electrically powered) must have at least $100,000 in liability insurance. Electrically propelled watercraft(s) need a State Registration but do not require a Certificate of Insurance. The Hideout must be named as certificate holder on the insurance policy.
are provided by Recreation for those who do not have hat’s a funny name… what is their own equipment. Stop by pickleball anyway? Pickleball on either of those days to get is a court sport best described some exercise and learn one as a cross between tennis and of the fastest growing sports in ping pong, and it first came to America. life due to a lack of badminton equipment. Players are equipped with a racquet, either wooden or made of composite materials, and played with a whiffle ball on what can be compared to a mini tennis court. The game is designed for players of all ages and skill levels, making it the perfect family sport. Since its creation pickleball has swept the nation gaining popularity in communities in the southern states, in schools, and in recreational clubs. Veterans and new players are all welcome to join. Paddles
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FEE SCHEDULE: Registration-Powerboat 20hp & over $ 95.00 Registration-Powerboat 19hp & under $ 50.00 Registration-Non-Powerboat $ 20.00 Registration-Electric Motorboat $ 30.00 Registration- Jet Ski $ 95.00 Yearly Storage Permit-Powerboat $100.00 Yearly Storage Permit – Powerboat > 22ft. $155.00 Yearly Storage Permit-Non-Powerboat $ 60.00 Dock Space Full Season $650.00 Dock Space Full Season-Pontoon Boats $725.00 *Generally, a Certificate of Insurance is a summary document usually issued by an agent on behalf of an insurer that says a policy has been issued to an insured for a general type of risk. The Certificate is usually issued to a third party (ie:The Hideout POA) who wants some evidence or assurance that a policy has been issued.
2019 Boat Regatta for Roamingwood Lake!!
his year’s theme is “Cartoon and Comics Theme”. This should be fun for all to decorate their boat and passengers as cartoon characters, or comic’s characters or super heroes. We have included the Jet Ski / wave runner category, which would be fun to ride as a character. Batman, Superman, Snow White and the Seven (height challenged helpers!), Mickey and Minnie Mouse or Sponge Bob. It’s your imagination!! In keeping with last year’s changes, along with the boats decorated, we are continuing the Docks and jet skis as a part of the Regatta. We are also carrying over the Regatta theme to the ‘Lil Miss. and Mr. Hideout Event to include their dress as a comic or super hero. There will be three prizes awarded, the winner of the Motor Boat Regatta and the winner of the Jet Ski Regatta will receive a registration fee for next year, equal
to $95. The Residential Dock will win a $50 Hideout Cash Card for the best decorated dock. We will have the usual judging of the boats and jet skis starting at 2:00 in the Marina, with the Jet Skis following after the boats. Once both categories have been decided, the judges will leave the Marina for a trip around Roamingwood Lake for the judging of the residential docks. Please call the Recreation Department to register your motor boat, Jet Ski theme, and to register your dock for the judges. (570) 630-3733.
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FITNESS CENTER CLASS SCHEDULE Classes are held in the Aerobic Room
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9:00-9:45 a.m. Tone & Condition with Ellie
8:30 – 10:30 a.m. Bodies In Motion
2:00-3:00 p.m. Dancersize
Wednesdays 9:00-9:45 a.m. Tone & Condition with Ellie
Thursdays 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. Bodies In Motion
9:00-9:45 a.m. Tone & Condition with Ellie
12:30 – 1:00 p.m. Walking with weights
3:00-4:00 p.m. Yoga
2:00-3:00 p.m. Dancersize 3:00-4:00 p.m. Yoga
Please check our Fitness Center brochure for more information. Any questions, please call the Fitness Center (570) 698-4100, ext.165; direct (570) 630-3735
RSC Indoor Court February RSC Indoor CourtSchedule Schedule -–JULY 2019 2019 Sundays Mondays
Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Fridays
8:00 - 9:45 a.m. Court Available for Tennis, Paddleball or Basketball 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Tennis Court Reservations 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Tennis Clinics & Private Lessons
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Walking for Wellness 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Tennis, Pickleball, Paddleball, Shuffleboard, Basketball Court Reservations 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Open Play Pickleball
8:00 - 9:45 a.m. Court Available for Tennis, Paddleball or Basketball 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Tennis Court Reservations. 10:00 a.m.4:00 p.m. Tennis Clinics and Private Lessons 5:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. Prepaid Bookings
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Walking for Wellness 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Tennis, Pickleball, Paddleball, Shuffleboard, Basketball Court Reservations 3:15 - 5:00 p.m. After School Gym 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Walking for Wellness (Right Court only)
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Walking for Wellness 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Tennis, Pickleball, Paddleball, Shuffleboard, Basketball Court Reservations 3:15 - 5:00 p.m. After School Gym 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Walking for Wellness (Right Court only)
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Walking for Wellness 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Tennis, Pickleball, Paddleball, Shuffleboard, Basketball Court Reservations 3:15 - 5:00 p.m. After School Gym
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Walking for Wellness 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Tennis, Pickleball, Paddleball, Shuffleboard, Basketball Court Reservations 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Walking for Wellness 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Open Play Pickleball
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From The Pro Shop T
he rain refuses to stop and the course remains extremely wet. The Camp Cadet Tournament was held on Saturday, June 15th. The tournament was a sell out with 72 golfers participating. A great time was had by all. The Red White and Blue tournament was held on Friday, June 28th. This is a nine hole event starting at 11am with a BBQ to follow in the outdoor sports complex. The Thursday night men’s league is in full swing with two rainouts already. Again Congratulations to Dennis Asher for scoring a hole in one on May 16th during league play on the 10th hole. The Tuesday morning men’s league started on May 28th with 16 two man teams. This league is also plagued with wet weather and rainouts. We are having a golfer’s appreciation day on Saturday, July 13th. Hot dogs and liquid refreshments will be served to all golfers who play the course on the 13th.
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COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES
The HDA tournament will be held on Saturday, July 20th. This is an 18 hole event which includes breakfast, hot dogs on the turn, refreshments on the course, and a luncheon and awards ceremony to follow. Golf passes are available at the POA. If you play more than 27 rounds of golf during the season, the pass pays for itself. Ten Play cards are also available for purchase in the Pro Shop. You pay for 9 rounds of golf and get the 10th round free. Same for the Golf Cart 10 play cards. Pay for 9 and get the 10th free. The Pro Shop and Golf Course are open. Our hours of operation are 7a.m. to 6p.m. 7 days a week. Tee times can be reserved up to 7 days in advance. Tournament reservations are accepted 30 days in advance of the event date. Al Lutzi, Pro Shop Manager
Wow! HASG Golf is back and soo much fun!! Although, at the time of this writing, we only have one round in, it seems to be a tremendous success!! Team Captain Frank Palma brought his group into first place with a team score of 37 for nine holes but Marylyn Sevigny had to sink a 40 foot putt to do it! Of course we heard that Lorraine Procopio and my “Sandbagger” partner Pete “D” had a little to do with it! Then the team of John Peluso, Georgi Asher, John Schesny and Sue Dimmick are first in the new Putting competition with only 10 putts for the nine holes. John: aren’t you glad you signed up? It’ll be fun to see how the averages work out for the next weeks with our varying team format. The Hot Dog luncheon was a great success with many new friends made and conversations lasted another three hours, so, I guess, the social aspect of this league is in full swing. Thanks to Donna, Brett, and the entire pub staff for their hospitality, Great Job! Also a special “Thanks” to Chris Hilgert for showing up to take our pictures, Al for his help in the Pro Shop, and our always courteous and helpful ranger Pat, always there when we need him! I ask you all-- Isn’t this Hideout Community the GREATEST???
Golf Committee Draft Minutes 6/12/19 Meeting Called to Order at 9 AM
Members Present: James Lagrosa, Emil Boss, Ken Procopio, Jim McMahon, Hideout Staff: Al Lutzi, Ronnie Duffy, Golf Pro Shop, Mike Kline, Golf Course Superintendent Guest: Nick Kelly Member Excused: Dennis Asher, Fred Sakas, Ron Tortoriello Hideout Board Rep. Lou DelliSanti, Excused Minutes From May 15th meeting were approved. Course Update: Hole # 5 Sand Box Scoop Missing, Ball Washers Needed, Sand Boxes Needed, Water Fountain Not Working, RS&W Infrastructure Project has caused more water run Off onto Golf Course, both Items to be addressed by RS&W. Bench On Hole # 10 will be moved to Hole #4 Senor Ladies Tee Locations will be Marked by Paint Line on Golf Cart Path and Course Marker Leagues: Monday Women, Tuesday Men, Thursday HASG, Thursday Night Men, Friday Chicks Old Business: Wide Spread Approach on Left Side of Hole # 8 Green Completed
Gold Tee Box on Hole # 8, Right Side needs to be Addressed concerning Drainage Looking Scope at Hole # 5 Installed Relocation Of Golf Pro Shop to Sports Complex being reconsidered Golf Simulator Location at Sports Complex is an ongoing proposal ECC cannot provide getting Grants for Storm Water Run Off on Golf Course New Business: Net Area Sand Box Completed, Trash Can Will Be ordered, Moving Bench Hole # 10 To Hole # 4, Grounds Crew Will Fill Cart Path Pot Holes, Water Fountain Not Working, Golf Appreciation Day Scheduled for July 13th Hot Dogs, Soft Drinks and Beer will be Paid for by Golf Committee Funds. Volunteers Needed For Appreciation Day Event Senor Ladies Tees ( Unanimous Vote ) Pro Shop Will Head Up Completion for Marking Course Locations Next Meeting: Wednesday July 10th, 2019, 9AM Meeting Adjourned: 10:30 AM Jim Lagrosa: Chair, Dennis Asher: Secretary
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Proposed Golf Tournament Calendar 2019 Tournament Date
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Play for Pink (9 holes)
1st Round Club Championship 8:30 a.m.
1st Round Sr. Club Championship 8:30 a.m.
9/11 Help A Hero
From The Rough A golf tip from Larry Lutz, Hideout Golf Teaching Pro
ll great players have good hands, and that’s why it’s so crucial to develop a proper grip. First, should you use an interlocking or overlapping grip? Someone with large hands should probably use an overlapping grip. Small hands an interlocking or ten finger grip. Next, comes grip balance within the confines of each hand. The weight of the shaft should be balanced so you you always have control throughout the swing. Another element is the position of your your left thumb on the shaft. Players who extend their thumbs generally hit the ball high and
straight. Those who shorten the length of the thumb are likely to hit the ball low and left. Grip pressure is another checkpoint. Try holding the club as tightly as you can, then hold it loosely. The correct pressure is somewhere in between. Finally, see how many knuckles are showing on your left hand. If you see most of them (strong grip), you’ll likely hit a hook or draw. Fewer (weak grip), the ball will go high and right. Experiment with these basics and you’ll find a grip that’s best for your hands. I hope you find this tip helpful, but most of all, remember your good shots, learn from the bad ones, and have fun.
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Special Pricing for Hideout Members Locked prices are good until July 31, 2019!
0-150 - $1.59 per gallon • OVER 150 - $1.39 per gallon
Attention Members: The POA official Hideout Facebook page name is "Hideout Property Owners Association" There are several Facebook pages, about our community, that are not sanctioned by The Hideout POA. For accurate and up-to-date information please use the “Hideout Property Owners Association” Facebook page. Like us on Facebook - go to Facebook.com and enter “Hideout Property Owners Association” in the search bar. Look for The Hideout Flower as the profile picture.
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LOST & FOUND - A Wooden Pocket Knife was found at the main gate mailboxes on Saturday, December 8, 2018. If it is yours or you know whose it might be, please contact the POA Office at (570) 698-4100, ext. 100. - A Diamond Ring was found at the Clubhouse in December 2018. Please call Joseph Kozuch, Hideout Public Safety Director, at (570) 630-3719 to claim.
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Memorial Day 2019
n May 27, 2019 The Hideout hosted its annual Memorial Day service at Reflection Park. As the service was about to start the sun shined throughout Reflection Park. It was a gorgeous Memorial Day morning. Many generations of families gathered for the event. It was great to see such a showing by our community members and their families
given by Bill Wagner, Larry Frotten, Jerry Restaino, Tim French, and Ed Sparkowski. These speeches were very heartwarming and it was an amazing event to watch transpire. Antonia Corma then recited the poem “Somewhere Out There” by Dr. Bill Mcdonald. Amazing Grace was then sang by Stephanie Carolan.
The service started with the presentation of the colors by American Legion post 807. The Pledge of Allegiance was then said by everybody in attendance. An amazing rendition of the National Anthem was sang by Dominic Corma. Speeches were
We would like to thank everybody who took part in putting on such and amazing event. It is awesome to see how important a day like Memorial Day is to our community members. By: John Boandl
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There is always Family Fun at the Nubia Malkin Art Center ARTIST’S STATEMENT or the last 30 or so years, I’ve been very fortunate to travel around the world to visit some interesting and exotic places. Seeing these amazing places is exhilarating and fulfilling, but being able to photograph them and share them with others is a double whammy. I love all kinds of photography but nature is my favorite especially landscapes. I’ve been as far north as 400 miles north of the Arctic Circle and as far south as Cape Horn in Tierra del Fuego with places like Europe, Africa, Asia, South and Central America, Western USA, Alaska and Hawaii in between. All incredible places to photograph. I hope you enjoy my photos as much as I enjoy sharing them with you.
Mike’s photography will be on display at The Nubia Malkin Art Center during the month of July. Please join Mike for a meet and greet on Saturday July 20 between 2 and 4 p.m to enjoy and discuss his work.
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Recreation Activities – June 2019
s the sun peeked out between the clouds five hopeful teams of volleyball players showed up to the Outdoor Sports Complex for the Recreation Departments annual Volleyball Tournament determined to walk away champions. The five teams consisted of Team Dolan, Team USA, Team Jersey, Team Doscher, and Team Squatch. In the first round of play Team Dolan and Team Doscher took the sand on court 1. Team Doscher put up a good fight but Team Dolan ultimately walked off the court winners. Also, in round one Team USA and Team Squatch faced off after some good rally’s Team USA started their winning streak. In the first round elimination Team Doscher was sent off to elimination round two by Jersey and was paired against Team Squatch. Eventually, Team Doscher made Team Squatch fight for their win knocking Team Doscher out and sending Team Squatch to the elimination semifinals against Team Jersey with Team
Jersey hanging on they knocked Team Squatch to the elimination final against Team Dolan leaving Tema Dolan victorious and sending them to the semi-finals. As the bleachers began to fill with family and friends, Team Jersey and Team Dolan geared up to battle it out on the sand. In the end Team Dolan took the W putting themselves in the finals against the undefeated Team USA. After taking a break for some well-deserved hamburgers and hot dogs Team USA and Team Dolan put their game faces on and got ready to battle out the final match. Team Dolan put up a good game, made a good come back and left it all on the sand but in the end he undefeated Team USA walked away Champions. The Recreation Department would like to thank all participants for a great turn out and hope to see all of you at our next volleyball tournament as well as some new faces!
Pictured L to R: Rich Maier, Rob Metzner, Helen Evans, Jim O’Hora (Champion), and John Goldman
Children’s Fishing Derby
he Hideout’s young anglers were back at it again for the 2019 edition of our annual fishing derby. Following a wet 2018 tournament, this year’s event brought out 105 fisherboys and girls in hopes of reeling in that monster prize fish. As usual things got off to a quick start with rock bass taking the bait seconds after the start. When the big fish caught wind of this feeding frenzy they began to venture in to check out the action. A total of 169 fish were caught and released; 13 small mouth bass ranging from 12” to 15” in length, 1 largemouth bass, and 1 blue gill. Taking home the trophy for the most fish caught
Bob Harned Memorial Horseshoe Tournament
n May 25th a crisp Saturday morning at the Outdoor Sports Complex the Recreation Department was geared up and ready for participants to show off their horseshoe throwing skills at the annual Bob Harned Memorial Horseshoe Tournament. As teams began to form, players took to the pits to warm up before the double elimination tournament took off. A total of eight people came together to form four teams. In the first round Logan and John faced off against Barbara and Vicki at the same time Bill and Jason faced off against Bob and Chuck. With a start time of 10:30 a.m. and a little bit of a chill breeze, it took players a little longer to warm up and hook that horseshoe. At the end of the first round Barbara and Vicki emerged victorious over John and Logan at the same time Bob and Chuck defeated Bill and Jason. In the second round Bob and Chuck ran with their victory to face off against
Barbara and Vicki hoping to become undefeated. On pit two John and Logan were facing off against Bill and Jason in hopes of knocking them out and moving onto the next round. As the second round came to a close Bob and Chuck came out undefeated and John and Logan knocked Bill and Jason out. With the tournament nearing an end and growing in intensity John and Logan would again face Barbara and Vicki hoping to continue a winning streak. In the end after several tough battles Bob and Chuck would be facing Barbara and Vicki to crown a Champion. After and intense final match Bob and Chuck ended the horseshoe tournament undefeated and as Champions. The Recreation Department would like to thank all the participants that came out and fought hard and helped us to have a great time. We hope to see you next year and some new faces as well!
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was Ava Esposito with 16. The longest fish was caught by Andrew Hrosovsky a largemouth bass measuring 15.5”. Rose Gravel wrestled in the heaviest fish which tipped the scales at 1.95 pounds. Finally, Jude Colarusso managed to win the fight with the smallest fish, a 5” rock bass. After the awards were presented several prizes were raffled off, thank you to all who donated. The participants then enjoyed a slice of nice fresh pizza. The Hideout Recreation Department thanks all of our great community members who join us at this event as well as our sponsors who continue to support our events.
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Western Wayne School District Board Minutes - May 6, 2019 The regular monthly meeting of the Western Wayne Board of Education was held on May 6, 2019 in the Western Wayne Administration Building located at 1970C Easton Turnpike, Lake Ariel, PA 18436. The meeting was advertised in the legal section of the April 24, 2019 edition of the Wayne Independent. Board President Bernice Fiorella called the meeting to order at 7:05 P.M. Mrs. Fiorella offered a prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Mrs. Fiorella stated that the Board of Education met in Executive session for legal matters prior to the meeting. Board Secretary Rose Emmett took roll call. Eight (8) Board Members were present and are listed as follows: Board President – Bernice Fiorella Board Member – Joseph Gombita Board Treasurer – Jeffrey Gogolski Board Member – Michael Ochlan Board Member – Gary Enslin Board Member – Roger Shaffer, Jr Board Member – William Gershey Board Member – Ethan Wood Board Vice President – Rick Hoch was excused. Solicitor Matthew Meagher was present Administrators Present: Superintendent Dr. Matthew Barrett, Business Manager/Board Secretary Rose Emmett, High School Principal Paul Gregorski, Middle School Principal Kristen Donohue, EverGreen Principal Justin Pidgeon, Robert D. Wilson Principal Maria Miller, Assistant High School Principal Jennifer Bradley, Assistant Middle School Principal Elizabeth Watson, Director of Special Education Cynthia LaRosa, Assistant Director of Special Education Jennifer DeNike, Early Intervention Supervisor Elizabeth Gregory, Food Service Director Maria Liptak, Director of Buildings and Grounds Joseph Dunda, and Athletic Director Robert Black. Assistant Superintendent Ellen Faliskie, Assistant Elementary Principal Kerrie Fitzsimmons, and Technology Director Brian Seaman were excused. Approval of Minutes A motion was made by Mr. Gershey and seconded by Mr. Ochlan to accept the minutes generated from the Regular Board Meeting of April 1, 2019 and the Special Meeting for Narrative Budget 2019-2020 and General Purposes of April 23, 2019. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Treasurer’s Report A motion was made by Mr. Gogolski and seconded by Mr. Wood to accept the Treasurer’s reports generated from the General Account, the Food Service Account, and the Student Activities Account for January, February and March 2019. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Approval of Bills A motion was made by Mr. Gogolski and seconded by Mr. Wood to pay the bills generated from the General Account, and the Food Service Account. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Student Recognition Middle School Principal Kristen Donohue congratulated the students who were recognized for the “What’s So Cool About Manufacturing in NEPA?” with an award for Outstanding Editing. Middle School Student Bernard Roedel, III spoke about the competition, and the groups’ accomplishments. Mrs. Fiorella presented Principal List Awards to the following individuals: 9th Grade Rachel Tuman and Kaeli Romanowski 10th Grade Jamie Bryan and Leonard Maiocco III 11th Grade Kathryn Mattern and Darlene Black 12th Grade Vaeda Pontosky and Robert Clemens Mr. Landry congratulated our Robotics Team for coming in 37th at the Robotics Competition held in Michigan in April of 2019. They competed for the first time against 68 other teams from around the world. Miss Lubash congratulated our FBLA Team for their accomplishments at the State competition in Hershey. We had ten students who qualified to compete at the National competition this summer in San Antonio, Texas. High School Principal Paul Gregorski introduced two outstanding students, Annie Skirpan and Rhianna Cook. Mrs. Fiorella congratulated all of the students who were recognized tonight. She is very proud of them and so blessed to know them. Everyone gave a round of applause to the group of students. Recognition of Public Several members of the public and students spoke on behalf of the 18-19 Girls’ Basketball Coach. Those who spoke were Julie Romanowski, Mr. Fenwick, Kaelie Romanowski - athlete, Coral Swoyer - athlete, and Sinaea Buford - athlete. Approval of the 2019-2020 Graduate List A motion was made by Mr. Wood and seconded by Mr. Gogolski to approve attached list for Graduation on June 13, 2019 as presented by High School Principal Mr. Paul Gregorski contingent upon each having satisfactorily completed all school and State requirements by Graduation. ATTACHMENT I The motion carried with all affirmatives. Act 80 Day A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mr. Gershey to approve a change in the 2018-2019
School calendar to reflect Tuesday, June 11, 2019 as a noon dismissal Act 80 Teacher In-Service day. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Legislative Representative/Liaison A motion was made by Mr. Enslin and seconded by Mr. Gombita to appoint Bernice Fiorella as PSBA Legislative Representative/Liaison for the 2019-2020 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Appointment A motion was made by Mr. Gombita and seconded by Mr. Gogolski to appoint Director(s) Bernice Fiorella and Rick Hoch as voting delegate(s) to the PSBA 2019 Delegate Assembly. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Election of Board Treasurer A motion was made by Mr. Gershey and seconded by Mrs. Fiorella to appoint Director Jeffrey Gogolski as Board Treasurer for the 2019-2020 School Year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Board Treasurer’s Salary A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mr. Gershey to approve the amount of $3,000.00 for the Board Treasurer’s salary for the 2019-2020 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Board Treasurer’s Bond A motion was made by Mr. Gershey and seconded by Mr. Gombita to approve the Public Official’s Treasurer’s Bond at $25,000.00 for the 2019-2020 school year at an estimated cost of $250.00. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Donation of Board Treasurer’s Salary A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mr. Gershey to approve a donation of the Board Treasurer’s salary in the amount of $500.00 each to the Hamlin Fire and Rescue, Lake Ariel Fire Company, and Waymart Volunteer Fire Company. $750.00 to the Western Wayne Co-Curricular’s, and $750.00 to the Boys and Girls Varsity Soccer Teams. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Exoneration of Municipal Tax Collectors A motion was made by Mr. Gogolski and seconded by Mr. Gombita to approve the exoneration of the Municipal Tax Collectors from the collection of the 2018 Duplicates. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Appointment of Tax Collectors A motion was made by Mr. Wood and seconded by Mr. Gogolski to appoint the following elected Tax Collectors to serve the District for the 2019 duplicate: a. Canaan Township Linda Davis,456 O’Connell Road, Waymart, PA 18472 b. Clinton Township #1 Marianne Thorpe, 1095 Belmont Turnpike, Waymart, PA 18472 c. Lake Township Michele Valentino, 39 Bandits Lane, Lake Ariel, PA 18436 d. Salem Township Marlene Yedinak, PO Box 687, Hamlin, PA 18427 e. South Canaan Township Paula Herzog,467 St. Tikhon’s Rd., Waymart, PA 18472 f. Sterling Township Cindy Hefty, PO Box 99, Sterling PA 18463 g. Waymart Borough Mary Bosshard, 39 Carbondale Road, Waymart, PA 18472 The motion carried with all affirmatives. Printing of Tax Duplicates A motion was made by Mr. Gogolski and seconded by Mr. Wood to approve a contract with Government Software Services, Honesdale, PA to print school tax duplicates and bills for Real Estate for the 2019 year as proposed at $0.065 each, per name printed for the two copies of the Real Estate Duplicate, $0.1695 for each tax statement prepared, and the sum of $9.50 each per duplicate bound. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Adoption of the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year Tentative Budget A motion was made by Mr. Gombita and seconded by Mrs. Fiorella to adopt the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year Tentative Budget showing estimated available resources of $56,550,779.00 and estimated expenditures and ending fund balance in the amount of $56,550,779.00 establishing real estate tax millage of 17.0804 with a 2% discount if the whole amount of the tax is paid within two months after the date of the tax notice; payment at face if the tax is paid within two months following the end of the discount period; penalty of 10% on all taxes not paid within four months after the date of the tax notice. (ATTACHMENT – II) The motion carried with all affirmatives. Adoption of the 2019-2020 Tax Resolutions A motion was made by Mr. Enslin and seconded by Mr. Gershey to adopt the attached 2019-2020 Tax Resolutions. (ATTACHMENT III) The motion carried with all affirmatives. Bid Authorization A motion was made by Mr. Shaffer and seconded by Mr. Ochlan to authorize the Business Manager to award the Fuel Oil bid to the lowest responsible bidder for the 2019-2020 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Transportation – Extra Curricular A motion was made by Mr. Gombita and seconded by Mrs. Fiorella to award Dianne Jenkins the Extra
Curricular Transportation Runs for the 2019-2020 school year with Caruth Bus Lines, Inc. as backup on an as needed basis at the following rates: Rate per mile $3.45 with a minimum for mileage of $92.11 and a waiting time at the hourly rate of $12.24 per hour. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Transportation Drivers and Substitutes A motion was made by Mr. Enslin and seconded by Mr. Gershey to approve the following list of Western Wayne School District Transportation Drivers and Substitutes for the listed contractor for the 2018-2019 school year as follows contingent upon receipt of necessary paperwork: a. Contractor Kreutz Inc. – Driver DeeAnn Kromko b. Contractor Cavage Transit – Driver Patricia Salak c. Contractor Ryan Wilmarth – Driver Allison Wilmarth d. Contractor Scottie Swingle Jr – Terri Jo Hood e. Contractor Gerald Yedinak – Driver Susan Enslin The motion carried with all affirmatives. Transportation - Extension A motion was made by Mr. Gershey and seconded by Mr. Gombita to approve the following Transportation contract extension at State Formula for the 20182019 school year: a. Contractor Lisa Swingle – Van #129 – Lake Ariel to Scranton School for the Deaf/Robert D. Wilson Elementary – effective April 5, 2019. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Transportation - New A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mr. Gombita to approve the following New Transportation contract at State Formula for the 20182019 school year: a. Contractor Scottie Swingle Jr. – Van #111 – Lake Ariel to Valley View effective April 30, 2019. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Appointment - Special Counsel A motion was made by Mr. Gershey and seconded by Mr. Wood to approve King, Spry, Herman, Freund & Faul, LLC as Special Counsel for Western Wayne School District at the rate of $170.00 per hour for attorneys and $95.00 for paraprofessionals on an as needed basis for the 2019-2020 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Appointment – District Solicitor A motion was made by Mr. Gogolski and seconded by Mr. Gershey to appoint Matthew L. Meagher, Esquire, as District Solicitor at an annual retainer fee of $750.00 and an hourly rate of $150.00 for the 2019-2020 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) – Title IX Coordinator A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mr. Gershey to approve the Assistant Superintendent as ADA Officer and Title IX Coordinator for the Western Wayne School District in compliance with the American Disabilities Act for the 2019-2020 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Affirmative Action Compliance Officer A motion was made by Mr. Gershey and seconded by Mr. Ochlan to appoint the Assistant Superintendent as the District’s “Affirmative Action Compliance Officer” for the 2019-2020 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Right-to-Know Officer A motion was made by Mr. Shaffer and seconded by Mr. Gogolski to appoint the Assistant Superintendent as the District’s “Right-to-Know” Officer for the 20192020 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. LEA Policies and Procedures – IDEA A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mr. Gershey to approve the LEA policies and procedures that adhere to the requirements under the Individual with Disabilities Education Act, Part B (IDEA-B). The motion carried with all affirmatives. Memorandum of Understanding A motion was made by Mr. Gombita and seconded by Mr. Wood to approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the Western Wayne School District, the Wayne County District Attorney’s Office, and the Pennsylvania State Police. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Second Reading – Adoption of Board Policies A motion was made by Mr. Wood and seconded by Mrs. Fiorella to adopt the following Policies – Second Reading: a. Section: 100 Programs 123.2 Sudden Cardiac Arrest b. Section: 200 Pupils 209.1 Food Allergy Management 209.2 Diabetes Management 250 Student Recruitment c. Section: 800 Operations 824 Maintaining Professional Adult/Student Boundaries The motion carried with all affirmatives. Contract – Blackboard Connect Inc. A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mr. Gershey to approve a contract between Western Wayne School District and Blackboard Connect Inc. at a cost of $2.00 per user effective July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020. The motion carried with all affirmatives.
Contract – Carol Lienert A motion was made by Mr. Gershey and seconded by Mr. Ochlan to approve a contract between Western Wayne School District and Carol R. Lienert, C.R.N.P., to provide the required medical review of the IEP students who are eligible for the medical Access Program, confirming that services are needed, and further that they are being provided, at the rate of $10.00 for each Access Medical Practitioner Authorization form effective July 1, 2019 for the 20192020 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Agreement – Summer EI 2019 A motion was made by Mr. Gombita and seconded by Mr. Gershey to approve a service agreement for the Summer EI Program with Western Wayne School District and Mary Cardinal, Teacher of the Visually Impaired at the rate of $125.00 per hour as needed per student’s IEP & 504 Service Agreement effective July 01, 2019 to August 31, 2019 contingent upon receipt of necessary paperwork. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Settlement Agreement A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mr. Gershey to adopt the proposed Confidential Settlement Agreement and Release relating to the following student, in accordance with the terms thereof. S#13-18-19 The motion carried with all affirmatives. Agreement - NAPACIL A motion was made by Mr. Gogolski and seconded by Mrs. Fiorella to approve an Agreement between Western Wayne School District and Northeast Pennsylvania Center for Independent Living (NEPACIL) at the rate of $76.11 per half day and $132.78 per full day per student for the 2019-2020 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Agreement – Friendship House A motion was made by Mr. Wood and seconded by Mr. Gershey to approve an agreement between Western Wayne School District and Friendship House School Based Counseling Services at a rate of $52.00 per hour/32 hours per week effective for the 2019-2020 school year. The motion carried with seven affirmatives and one no vote from Mr. Shaffer. Indoor Track and Field Recognition A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mr. Gombita to recognize Indoor Track and Field as a PIAA sanctioned sport starting with the 2018-2019 school year. The motion carried with all affirmatives.The motion carried with all affirmatives. Personnel Substitute List A motion was made by Mr. Gershey and seconded by Mr. Wood to approve the following personnel to be added to the District Substitute List for the 2018-2019 school year per Certification, Act 24/34/151/114/153/168 Guidelines, Employment Eligibility Verification-U.S. Department of Justice: 1. Heidi Evans – Area: Guest Teacher 2. Joseph Sgarlata Jr. – Area: Custodial (pending employment paperwork) The motion carried with all affirmatives. Resignation/Retirement A motion was made by Mr. Gershey and seconded by Mr. Ochlan to accept the resignation for Retirement purposes of Ellen Faliskie, Assistant Superintendent effective June 30, 2019 with sincere regret. Mrs. Fiorella read Miss Faliskie’s retirement letter. Mrs. Fiorella stated that Miss Faliskie will be dearly missed. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Resignations A motion was made by Mr. Gombita and seconded by Mrs. Fiorella to accept the following resignations: 1. Kim Amorine, Food Service worker effective April 2, 2019. 2. Natalie Winters, Softball Assistant Coach effective April 22, 2019. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Letters of Assurance A motion was made by Mr. Enslin and seconded by Mrs. Fiorella to approve the authorization of Reasonable Assurance of Employment letters to be sent out by the Superintendent’s Office by May 24, 2019 to substitute teachers, custodial, secretaries - 10 month, cafeteria, teacher aides, library aides, and all approved substitutes as listed on the District Substitute List for 2018-2019 school year with a return required by June 28, 2019 to be included on the 2019-2020 District Substitute List. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Hourly/Per Diem Rates for the 2019-2020 school year A motion was made by Mr. Shaffer and seconded by Mr. Gogolski to set the hourly/per diem rates for the 2019-2020 school year as follows: 1. Substitute Teachers - $120 per diem – Guest Teachers - $120 per diem 2. Substitute Teacher Aide - $9.50 per hour 3. Substitute Secretary - $10.50 per hour 4. Homework Help - $120 per diem 5. Security - $19.00 per hour (Minimum of $40.00 per event)
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W W S D Board Minutes - 5/6/19 continued from page 48 The motion carried with all affirmatives. Appointments – Summer ESY (Extended School Year) Program – 2019 A motion was made by Mrs. Fiorella and seconded by Mr. Gershey to approve the following appointment for the Summer ESY Program 2019 contingent upon enrollment at the following rates: 1. Special Education Teachers - $34.06/hour – Cheryl Shimkosky, Jessica Shelp, Amanda Mousley, Shannon Nolan. 2. Early Intervention Teachers - $34.06/hour – Susan Larkin, Michelle Mistishin,and Amanda Mousley 3. Speech and Language Therapist(s) - $34.06/hour – Julie Conklin, Alyssa Gatto,and Danielle Vokes 4. Nurse - $34.06/hour – Christina Salak 5. School-Age Paraprofessionals – Shiela DeGroat - $14.96/hr, Angela Berger – $14.47/hr, Brenda Jones – $9.50/hour, Dee Ann Kromko - $9.50/hr, and Sabrina Morgan – $9.50/hr. 6. Early Intervention Paraprofessionals – Elizabeth Barbone - $14.10/hour, Nichole Barbone - $9.50/hour (pending updated clearances), Dee Ann Kromko – $9.50/hour, Sabrina Morgan – $9.50/hour, Nicholas Jennings (pending receipt of clearances)-$9.50/hour 7. Occupational Therapy – Sarah Queipo (Wallenpaupack employee) 8. Physical Therapist – William Conklin (Wallenpaupack employee) The motion carried with all affirmatives. Appointments – Summer School 2019 A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mr. Gombita to approve the following appointments as instructors of the Summer School Program 2019 contingent upon enrollment at the rate listed in the Professional Employees Contract of $34.06 per hour: 1. Anthony Zoppi 2. Justin Collins 3. Andrew McCaffery 4. Starlah Robbins 5. Cheryl Shimkosky – split one position 6. Annette Fox – split one position The motion carried with all affirmatives. Approval – Volunteers A motion was made by Mr. Gershey and seconded by Mrs. Fiorella to approve the following to the list of volunteers for the 2018-2019 school year contingent upon receipt of clearances: 1. Amy Stout-Amendola – PA State Certified School Bus Instructor 2. Charles (CJ)Bayly – Boys Volleyball Spring 2019, Girls Volleyball Fall 2019 and Boys and Girls Soccer Fall 2019 3. Elizabeth Reifler – EverGreen Elementary The motion carried with all affirmatives. IMPORTANT DATES 1. May 01, 2019 - National Honor Society Induction Ceremony – 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM 2. May 02, 2019 - 7th & 8th Grade Band to Philadelphia Orchestra 3. May 03, 2019 - Middle School Band Fest @ Tunkhannock 4. May 04, 2019 - EverGreen Elementary Green Day 5. May 6-16, 2019- AP Exams 6. May 07, 2019 - 7th & 8th Grade Band Concert 7:00 PM – Auditorium 7. May 08, 2019 – NEIU Reading Competition 8. May 08, 2019 - Special Olympics @ Delaware Valley 9. May 09, 2019 - 7th & 8th Grade Chorus Concert – 7:00 PM – HS Auditorium 10. May 09, 2019 - 5th Grade Field Trip – PNC Field Stem Day 11. May 10, 2019 - EverGreen Kindergarten Parent Day – 11-11:30 AM 12. May 10, 2019 - Middle School Chorus Fest @ Wallenpaupack 13. May 11, 2019 - Prom – Carbondale Hotel – 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM 14. May 14-15, 2019 – EverGreen PTA Book Fair –14th form 6-8PM and 15th from 3-5PM 15. May 14, 2019 – 6th Grade Band & Chorus Concert – 7:00 PM 16. May 15, 2019 – EverGreen 1st & 2nd Grade Concert 17. May 16, 2019 - EverGreen 4th Grade Field Trip – Steamtown National Historic Site 18. May 17, 2019 – Robert D. Wilson Discovery Day 19. May 17, 2019 - EverGreen 5th Grade Parent Day 20. May 17, 2019 - EverGreen 2nd Grade Field Trip to Honesdale 21. May 18, 2019 - High School Art Show & Spring Concert – 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM 22. May 21, 2019 - 8th Grade Keystone Testing 23. May 21, 2019 - EverGreen PTA Installation Dinner 24. May 21-23,2019 – National Honor Society Trip to Boston 25. May 23, 2019 – Robert D. Wilson PTA Meeting – 6:00 PM 26. May 23, 2019 - 8th Grade Leadership Camp at Pocono Valley Resort 27. May 23, 2019 - 6th Grade Trip to Lacawac 28. May 23, 2019 - EverGreen Kdg Field Trip to Lackawanna Environmental Center 29. May 23, 2019 - EverGreen Pre-Kindergarten
Grandparent’s Day 30. May 23, 2019 - RDW 3rd Grade Field Trip to Everhart Museum 31. May 24, 2019 - 6th Grade Band & Chorus Trip to Knoebels 32. May 28, 2019 - Varsity Club Banquet – Ladore – 6:00 PM 33. May 28, 2019 - 7th & 8th Chorus Field Trip to Knoebels 34. May 27, 2019 - Schools Closed – Memorial Day Holiday 35. May 29, 2019 - Robert D. Wilson Field Day 36. May 30, 2019 - EverGreen Field Day (Rain date June 4th) 37. May 30, 2019 - RDW Kindergarten Field Trip to Claws-n-Paws Animal Park 38. May 30, 2019 - RDW 2nd Grade & Autistic Support Field Trip to Honesdale Stourbrige Lion Train 39. May 31, 2019 - RDW 1st Grade Field Trip to Lackawanna College Environmental Education Center 40. May 31, 2019 - RDW 5th Grade Middle School Orientation 41. May 31, 2019 - 5th Grade Picnic 42. May 31, 2019 - Middle School 8th Grade Only Dance – 7:00 PM 43. May 31, 2019 - High School Fashion Catwalk Community Show – 7:00 PM 44. June 4, 2019 - Middle School Field Day 45. June 5, 2019 - RDW Kindergarten Young Authors – 1:30 PM 46. June 5-6,2019 - Senior Final Exams 47. June 6, 2019 - EverGreen 5th Grade Moving Up Ceremony 48. June 6, 2019 - Senior Night – 7:00 PM 49. June 7, 2019 - Middle School Spirit Games 50. June 7-11, 2019 - Grades 9-11 Final Exams 51. June 7-13, 2019 - Graduation Practice 52. June 10, 2019 – Middle School Moving Up Ceremony – 9:00 AM 53. June 10, 2019 – Senior Class Day to Hershey Park 54. June 10, 2019 – EverGreen 3rd Grade Field Trip 55. June 10, 2019 – RDW 5th Grade Awards Assembly – 1:30 PM 56. June 11, 2019 – Noon Dismissal – Teacher Act 80 Day 57. June 12, 2019 – No School - Teacher In-Service 58. June 13, 2019 – LAST DAY OF SCHOOL 59. June 13, 2019 – GRADUATION CEREMONY @ 6:00 PM Student Teacher/Interns: University of Scranton Margaret Donnelly – Intern High School Guidance Department – 1st Semester 2019-2020 school year – Matthew Fitzsimmons; Marywood University – Keely Seybold – intern – Elementary Social Worker – September 2019 to May 2020 – Susan Schlasta. Correspondence None Superintendent’s Report No questions Assistant Superintendent’s Report No questions Principal’s Report No questions Federal Program Report No report. Other Business Miss Emmett informed the Board of Education that we received a Moody’s Rating of Aa3 in conjunction with our Bond Refinancing. This is an excellent rating for our District. Mr. Enslin commended the Administration and Teachers on the Wizard’s basketball game. Mrs. Fiorella informed everyone that there will be a Unified Track and Field Meet at the school on May 7th at 4:30 PM. Mr. Gershey and the rest of the Board of Education commended the students for an excellent musical production of Annie in April. Future Meetings June 03, 2019 – 6:00 P.M. Board Committee Meeting, District Board Room, Administration Building, 1970C Easton Turnpike, Lake Ariel PA 18436 June 10, 2019 - 7:00 P.M. Public Board Meeting and Final Adoption of the General Fund Budget 20192020, District Board Room, Administration Building, 1970C Easton Turnpike, Lake Ariel PA 18436 Meetings held April 23, 2019 – 5:30 PM Executive Session for Personnel - 6:00 P.M., The Presentation of the Narrative Budget 2019-2020 and General Purposes, District Board Room, Administration Building, 1970C Easton Turnpike, Lake Ariel, PA 18436 April 29, 2019 – 6:00 P.M. Board Committee Meeting, District Board Room, Administration Building, 1970C Easton Turnpike, Lake Ariel, PA 18436 Adjournment A motion was made by Mr. Ochlan and seconded by Mrs. Fiorella to adjourn the regularly scheduled meeting of the Western Wayne Board of Education at 8:25 P.M. The motion carried with all affirmatives. Respectfully Submitted, Rose E. Emmett Board Secretary
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Synopsis of Lake Township Minutes May 7, 2019
he regular monthly meeting of the Lake Township Board of Supervisors was held at the Lake Township municipal building on May 7th, 2019. The Meeting was called to order by the Chairman, Supervisors, Scottie Swingle, Timothy Jaggars and Fred Birmelin were all present. The Pledge of Allegiance was then recited. T. Jaggars moved to approve the minutes of the regular monthly meeting held on April 2nd, 2019, carried 3-0. F. Birmelin moved to approve the treasury report for April 2019, carried 3-0. Public Comment: None Subdivisions: None Correspondence: 1) Lake Ariel Fire Company provided its April activity report showing 20 incidents. They held 4 trainings, 3 meetings and 4 work details. Fundraisers were a pancake breakfast, and an Easter egg hunt. They noted working on the Emergency signs for the Hideout. 2) Maplewood Fire Co provided its April Activity report showing 33 alarmed responses 27 of them medical calls, they held 6 trainings. Maplewood Fire Co will be hosting the Old Time Fiddlers on May 17th, 2019 starting at 8pm. Roadmaster’s Report: S. Swingle reported that during the month of April the crew cleaned trucks and spreaders and removed for storage. They received wood chips for the play areas, mowed lawns at both Township facilities. Handled the storm damage and road damage from storms. Road culvert pipes were cut for replacement in advance of the road paving. They have also been sweeping and cleaning the intersections of winter debris. Purchased and will place a new set of bleachers at the Lake school field. S. Swingle moved to rent an excavator for ditching and pipe replacements in some areas of the Township motion carried 3-0. S. Swingle
also moved to approve Seal Coat Bids to be advertised for opening at the June 4th, 2019 meeting, Roads for Seal Coat listed as follows: Batzel Rd, Bob Black Rd, Bell Rd, Circle Rd, Rosengrant Rd, Samson Rd, Swoyer Rd and Ramble Rd, also double yellow line painting to be added to the bid for additional roads within the Township, motion carried 3-0. Old Business: 1) Election day is scheduled for May 21st, 2019; F. Birmelin noted no political signs to be placed on Township Property. New Business: 1) Township Website was discussed noting this project has been reviewed and planning for almost a year. After quotes and discussion motions to approve Ken Claflin to be hired to guide and set up the website along with teach the office staff how to fill and update the site, motion made by F. Birmelin and carried 3-0. 2) T. Jaggars reviewed the Lake Ariel Fire Company 2018 financials and asked that they provide the 2018 990 when filed, Mr. Rae agreed. T. Jaggars them move to approve a donation to the Lake Ariel Fire Company for $18,000.00 for the 2019 donation, carried 3-0. Additional Public Comment: John VanGordon questioned at this time the support for the Fire Company in relation to ACT 172. Supervisors do not feel this legislation works or is fair or beneficial to any younger fire fighters. The amount of money is for property owners and considered nickels and dimes. T. Jaggars noted that truly the major costs are training. S. Swingle moved to pay the bills and approve the payroll and to adjourn the meeting carried 3-0. Jennifer Wargo, Secretary
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THE HIDEOUT POA, a Gold Star gated recreational community in NEPA is seeking candidates for the following positions:
ADMINISTRATION FINANCIAL MANAGER
Manage all financial functions/activities necessary for the General Manager to meet its fiscal goals/responsibilities and assist the General Manager. Manages the Accounting Department providing financial information for all General Manager activities that enables management and the Board of Directors to make educated economic decisions for the Hideout General Manager’s future. This position acts for the General Manager in his/her absence, directing the day to day activities of the POA in accordance with all State and Federal laws/regulations, as well as the policies and objectives established by the Board of Directors. EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS: • Must be able to work on many different projects at one time. • Must have thorough knowledge of accounting practices and principles. • Advanced Excel & Database. • Financial Statement preparation. • Journal Entry Preparation. • Account Reconciliations. • BS in Business, Accounting Major desired. • Occasional overtime work required throughout the year.
ADVERTISING AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS ASSISTANT
Secure paid advertisers for The Hideabout, Hideout Map, Web Classified, and any additional advertising needs of the Community Relations Manager. Follow through by obtaining, preparing, and proofing copy. EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS: • Knowledge of QuickBooks, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Excel, Word, and PC computer. • Sales and working cooperatively with clients and staff. • Achieves thoroughness and accuracy when accomplishing a task through concern for all the areas involved. • Understanding of layout/design and printing procedure. • Typing and writing skills.
FACILITIES FACILITIES SUPERVISOR
Supervise full-time facilities workers and seasonal employees. Perform a variety of skilled trade tasks including repairs, fabrication and installation of equipment, machinery and building component systems. EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS: • Must have a minimum of 5 yrs. experience in a similar facility maintenance related field. • Must have knowledge of boilers, furnaces, condensers and related HVAC equipment. • Must have knowledge of welding and the ability to perform minor welding repairs including MIG, TIG and stick welding. • Must have general knowledge of sheet metal fabrication. • Must have general knowledge of electrical systems. • Must have general knowledge of plumbing systems. • Must have extensive knowledge of pool maintenance and operation including pumps, filters and chemical feeder equipment. • Must have the ability to interpret blueprints. • Must be certified in pool operations and pesticide application with the PA Department of Agriculture. • Must possess mechanical aptitude and the ability to solve problems with little or no supervision. • Must possess and maintain a CDL Class “B” license.
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THE HIDEOUT POA, a Gold Star gated recreational community in NEPA is seeking candidates for the following positions:
FOOD & BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT FOOD & BEVERAGE MANAGER
Oversee promotion of product to include food, beverage, alcohol, entertainment, presentation of FOH Staff, and customer relations. Create and institute creative and profitable menus and specials to ensure continued customer growth.
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Mixology skills and management ability, particularly budget and inventory control. Must be neatly dressed and well-groomed to create a positive image among guests and employees. Take a personal interest in the Hideout and create a good example for employees to follow. Reduce the risk of customers becoming intoxicated, prevent alcohol impaired driving, prevent sales to minors, detect fraudulent identification, improve staff morale and job performance, increase profitability, protect the Hideout by reducing the risk of alcohol related lawsuits, and reduce the risk of citations against our license. Possess proficient knowledge of liquor quality and preparation and keep updated on new or revised beverage receipts. Provide RAMP training to employees (Responsible Alcohol Management Program). Must be able to calmly respond to angry guests. Must be able to effectively card all guests who appear under the age of 30 for alcohol purchases. Must be able to work with beer, wine and liquor vendors to obtain the best prices and receive merchandising items for events for Hideout members.
RECREATION DEPARTMENT LIFEGUARDS To observe and supervise the activities of swimmers in and around the pool and adjacent areas and responding to emergencies with the major emphasis must be given to PREVENTIVE LIFEGUARDING and the surveillance of all patrons. EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: • Individual must be American Red Cross certified in the following areas: o Lifeguard Training, o Waterfront Lifeguarding, o CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer o Standard First Aid. • Must be able to maintain an attitude of alertness at all times. • Must have a thorough knowledge of all Hideout Rules & Regulations. • Must conduct oneself in a professional manner at all times. • Must have good decision-making skills. • Must be experienced in the daily supervision of a public pool. • Must be able to work cooperatively with staff and guests. • Must be in full uniform at all times.
PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT PATROL OFFICERS Responsible and accountable to his/her immediate supervisor in the Chain of Command. Maintain the enforcement responsibility for adopted Rules and Regulations. Ensure the public safety of Association members, guests, employees, and contractors. Supervise department personnel on his/her assigned shifts. EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: • Must be 18 years or older, certified in ACT 235 and possess a valid PA driver’s license. • May be asked to work overtime or double shift. • Work is performed inside and outside with exposure to inclement weather and unpredictable situations. • Must be in Hideout issued uniform while on duty. The Public Safety Director and/or the Operations Lieutenant must approve any exception to this rule. • Attendance at Public Safety related seminars sponsored by The Hideout is recommended for all Officers.
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THE HIDEOUT POA, a Gold Star gated recreational community in NEPA is seeking candidates for the following positions:
RESERVE COMMUNICATIONS OFFICERS (PART-TIME) Acts in the capacity of Training Officer and Supervisor for all Public Safety Communication Officers. Responsible and accountable to his/her immediate supervisor in the Chain of Command. Maintain the enforcement responsibility for adopted Rules and Regulations. Ensure the public safety of Association members, guests, employees, and contractors. EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: • Must be 18 years old and possess a valid PA Driver’s License. • Ability to deal with the public. • Basic knowledge of Radio Communications a plus. • Basic knowledge of First Aid/AED/EMT a plus.
POOL/BEACH OFFICERS Responsible and accountable to his/her immediate supervisor in the Chain of Command. Maintain the enforcement responsibility for adopted Rules and Regulations as they pertain to Pool & Beaches. Ensure the public safety of Association members, guests, employees, and contractors.
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: • At least one-year experience in Security position preferred. • Basic knowledge of Radio Communications helpful. • First Aid/AED/EMT certification a plus. • Must possess good decision-making skills and a high level of patience in dealing effectively with property owners in a polite and courteous manner at all times. • Must be detailed oriented and have excellent and writing, documentation, communications and interpersonal skills. • Must be certified in and able to use tools and equipment required (i.e. Pepper Spray). • Must be able to remain calm in an emergency situation. • Must be flexible and capable of working well under pressure. • Must be able to work with little or no supervision. • Must possess a valid PA Driver’s License.
PLEASE NOTE Applicants age 14-17 must have a PA Work Permit (may be obtained through School District) Applicants will be subject to a PSP Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Certification and FBI Criminal Record Check w/ fingerprints upon conditional acceptance of employment (paid by POA). Applicants may be subject to Substance Abuse Testing upon conditional acceptance of employment (paid by POA).
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The Hideabout Newspaper is no longer being mailed out to our homeowners. If members wish to still receive their Hideabout Newspaper in the mail, they can subscribe for $16 per calendar year (April-March issues) to receive a monthly Hideabout. You can pay online at: www.hideoutassoc.com and click on the “payment button.” Please make sure to specify in the “memo” section Hideabout subscription. The Hideabout Newspaper will still be stocked at the North and Main Gate Mailboxes, at the amenities each month, and can also be viewed on the Hideout website at www.hideoutassoc.com.
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Salem Township Board of Supervisor Minutes May 14, 2019
he regular monthly meeting of the Salem Township Board of Supervisors was held on May 14th, 2019. The meeting was called to order by the Chairman at 6:30pm with all members present. The Pledge of Allegiance was then recited. The minutes of the April 9th, 2019 meeting were approved as presented on a motion made by Dennis Chapman 2nd by Robert Wittenbrader with all in favor. The Planning Commission minutes were then read. Sub-divisions: The Krieger lot consolidation was reviewed and comments were corrected Motion to approve was made by Merel Swingle 2nd by Dennis Chapman with all in favor. The Marton lot consolidation was reviewed and a motion to approve was made by Dennis Chapman 2nd by Robert Wittenbrader with all in favor. New Business: Steve Price Chief of Hamlin Fire & Rescue presented the Township Supervisors with an update. The Fire Company is working on a huge project, new building out of necessity. The Fire Company has secured some grant funding and is looking at addition options. He noted a busy month a lot of trees down, a recent car fire between two houses at the corners. The Supervisors noted their Thanks for their service. Chief Price also requested from the Township an ordinance for new commercial or multi-family homes to install Knox boxes on the outside so as to not have to cause property damage to enter or also to allow the Fire company to enter a facility in a facilitated manner sometimes they wait up to 30 to 40 minutes for a key holder to arrive. Whereas a Knox box would allow for immediate entry without damage caused. Robert Wittenbrader moved to have Attorney Treat draft and ordinance for a Knox box requirement on all new commercial or remodeled commercial for multifamily homes. Old Business: Neville Trailer park monthly update received from DMS Engineers. Spring Cleanup reminder scheduled for June 8th, 2019 from 8am until noon. Correspondence: Real Estate transfer tax for the month of April received in the amount of $9,200.92. Wayne County Emergency Management advised of upcoming training scheduled for May 15th, 2019. Bills were reviewed and a motion to pay as presented with no comments or corrections was made by Dennis
Chapman 2nd by Robert Wittenbrader with all in favor. Park Update: Park looks good just a lot of water everywhere. Public Time: Don Januszewski spoke with Attorney Treat asking for him to write Representative Michael Peifer. Attorney Treat noted the Board must approve this request. The Supervisors noted they would have Gary Enslin Township SEO look into the surface water runoff. Mr. Januszewski advised documented with the Department of Agriculture. Water is coming from PPL lines to Catterson pipe and the recent rains water over road and washed some areas. Mr. Januszewski noted that the Township could dig from the old house to the bridge deeper if needed. Kathy Martin was present and spoke noting Election Day coming and the importance to get out and vote. With no other business or comments a motion to adjourn was made by Dennis Chapman 2nd by Robert Wittenbrader with all in favor. Meeting adjourned at 7:15PM. Respectfully submitted, Jennifer Wargo, Secretary/Treasurer
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By: Terri Ditty, Broker Associate
To stay safe walking, follow these rules of the road:
Tips for the Summer Home Seller
pring kicks off the peak home hunting months of the year, but it isn’t until summer that things really get cooking. While there are pros and cons to buying and selling homes at various times throughout the year, summer can be, on average 25 to 30 percent more active than the annual average. In summer you have a real mix of buyers and sellers…some serious and some not-so-serious. In the winter months, many buyers searching for homes would only do so if they absolutely had to. In the summer, there are often a larger number of buyers just toying with the idea. Selling homes in the summer requires its own brand of seasonal marketing and showing. Here are a few tips you’ll want to keep in mind as you invite buyers to consider your home: 1. Keep it cool, but don’t keep it dark. Your instinct may be to close the blinds and draw the drapes, but making your rooms feel dark and shut-in is counterproductive. Run the A/C and keep the air circulating. While your wallet may not appreciate the bump in your power bill, imagine how expensive it can be to keep the house on the
market. 2. Stage it inside and out. Have a deck? What about a garden patio? Make them as inviting as you would the living room or kitchen. Stage them appropriately and tell the story of what it might be like to live with such nice amenities. Think magazine photo shoot! 3. Make the landscape sing. Curb appeal can be king in the summer months, especially when the neighbors’ may be looking a little worn by comparison. Mulch is the great equalizer…get rid of last year’s dead leaves…remove weeds and get that grass cut up right up to the street. 4. Ride the sunset. With the longer daylight hours, you may have buyers who want to check out your home closer to dinner time, once the hottest hours of the afternoon have passed. Try and roll with the disruption…buyers prefer to see a home when the owners aren’t around. Take advantage of the summer sales activity!
FEEDING OF WILDLIFE
Attention Members - Motion Effective January 1, 2016 Reference: Existing Board Resolutions #10-63: MOTION (1): Rescind Resolution #10-63 10-63 RESOLVED THAT the feeding of deer is prohibited in The Hideout effective January 1, 2011. The first violation will be a written warning; the second violation will be a failure to comply citation issued in the amount $125. Motion made by Joel Goldstein, seconded by John Barcarola and passed 6-0. Motion Made by Rich Straczynski, Seconded by Fred Sakacs Vote was taken results 7 Yes 0 No PASSED MOTION (2): RESOLVED- In support of our community’s wildlife management efforts and to reduce the need for future culls, that the feeding of any wildlife (with the exception of birds) within The Hideout is prohibited and is subject to an initial Citation and Fine in the amount of $1,000.00. Anyone who chooses to feed birds can do so only if they use a bird feeder(s) unit that is kept at a minimum height of eight (8) feet above ground level, if not they will also be subject to a Citation and a $1,000.00 fine. Motion Made by Rich Straczynski, Seconded by Fred Sakacs Vote was taken results 7 Yes 0 No PASSED NOTE 1): Any additional violation(s) will be subject to a hearing by the Disciplinary Committee to determine any additional penalties. NOTE 2): Revenues from initial fines and any additional penalties will be used to offset wildlife management expenses in the Environmental Department.
1. Walk Facing Traffic When Walking on the Side of the Road If there is no sidewalk and you must walk on the side of the road, choose the side where you are facing oncoming traffic. In North America, this is the left side of the road. This gives you the best chance to see traffic approaching closest to you and take evasive action when needed.
2. Walk Single File When Not Separated from the Road Unless you are on a sidewalk separated from the road or you are in a wide bike/ pedestrian lane, you should walk in single file. This is especially important on a road with lots of curves and where traffic has only a split second chance of seeing you before hitting you. While it can be enjoyable to walk down the road two to three abreast chatting merrily, drivers don’t expect it and you may lose your best walking buddies.
3. Stay Aware of Bikes and Runners Share the road and path with bikes and runners. Bike riders should alert you when approaching from behind with a bike bell or a “passing on the left/right.” Listen for them, and move to walk single file, allowing them to pass safely. Runners should also call out for passing. Bike-walker collisions can result in broken bones or head injury for either—and you aren’t wearing a helmet.
4. Be Visible Wear bright colors when walking. When walking at night, wear reflective clothing or a reflective vest to be visible. Drivers are often not expecting walkers to be out after dark, and you need to give them every chance to see you. Be just as cautious at dawn or twilight, as drivers still have limited visibility or may even have the setting or rising sun directly in their eyes.
5. Be Predictable Make a practice of staying on one side of the path while walking rather than weaving randomly from side to side. Watch your arm motions, or you may end up giving a black eye to a passing walker, runner, or biker.
6. Keep the Volume Down Don’t drown out your environment when listening to music with your earbuds or headphones. Keep the volume at a level where you can still hear bike bells and warnings from other walkers and runners.
7. Hang Up and Eyes Up Distracted walking due to chatting, texting, or playing games on a mobile device while you walk is as dangerous as doing those things while driving. You are distracted and not as aware of your environment. You are less likely to recognize traffic danger, tripping hazards, or passing joggers and bikers. Adopt habits that can keep your phone in your pocket, or at least make it a practice to stop in a safe place to complete your phone tasks before moving on.
8. Walk Dogs on Short Leashes It is terrifying and tragic to witness dogs running out in to traffic or getting into a fatal dog fight, whether on leash or off leash. But when walking your dog on a long leash there is also a danger that you will trip other walkers or bikers. You will keep your dog safer as well as those who pass by you if you use proper leash walking etiquette.
9. Know When to Stop Walking Heat sickness, dehydration, heart attack, or stroke can strike walkers of any age. Learn the symptoms of medical emergencies and carry a cell phone to dial 911. Even if you are a seasoned and well-trained walker, you may experience one of these problems and need to cut your walk short. Encourage your walking friends to stop when they show any concerning symptoms.
10. Be Aware of Stranger Danger Street safety is a concern for many walkers. Choose your walking route for paths frequented by other walkers, joggers, and bikers. If you see someone suspicious, be prepared to alter your course or go into a store or public building to avoid them. Acting alert and aware can convince bad guys you are not an easy target.
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A few days ago, John Goldman took his camera for a walk on Deerfield Dam. Here are some of the results...beautiful wildflowers!
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Hideout Building Permit is required for the installation/operation of any “nonportable” residential whole house/standby electrical generator. Small portable units are excluded. A separate permit is required if you need to install a propane tank to fuel the generator. ALL applications for permits are located on The Hideout website or you can get any permit application at the POA Office. IMPORTANT PORTABLE GENERATOR SAFETY TIPS: - Never operate a generator indoors - it can cause unintentional carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas which, if inhaled, can be fatal. - Do not install a generator right next to your home - carbon monoxide can collect in the eaves of your home. - Don’t refill the generator’s gas tank while the unit is running as this can cause a fire, leading to serious injury or death. - Be sure to remove all gas from the tank when storing your generator. HOW TO CHOOSE A GENERATOR - Identify the items you will need to run in the event of a power outage. Choose the generator that meets or exceeds the total wattage requirement. - Assistance from a qualified electrician is
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• 5,000 WATTS (41.7/20.8 AMPS) Powers Refrigerator 700 watts, AM/FM radio 50 watts, Color TV 450 watts, Eight 100-watt lights 800 watts, Microwave 1,000, Sump pump 1,000 watts, Water pump 1,000 watts
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• 6,800 WATTS (56.7/28.3 AMPS) Powers everything a 5,000 watt generator does, plus: Deep freezer 500 watts, Washing machine 1,100 watts • 8,000 WATTS (66.7/33.3 AMPS) Powers everything a 6,800 watt generator does, plus: Attic fan 300 watts, Clothes dryer (gas) 700 watts, Four 100 watt lights 400 watts NOTE - A simple formula to calculate how much combined power you’ll need to run appliances and tools is volts x amps = wattage. Check the power demands of your appliances to determine whether they can run simultaneously or intermittently. Always consult the data plate on the appliance for accurate electrical information. Starting watts: Always plug in the appliance with the highest starting wattage first and add appliances in descending wattage order.
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“Picnicking at Roamingwood Park” Photo taken by Annette Jeffers, June 2019
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Quick and easy Greek-inspired sandwiches
ummer vacations from school will have children clamoring for tasty lunches to help them refuel for another round of backyard swimming or frolicking with neighborhood friends. The same foods served time and again can get boring pretty quickly. Offering up new options doesn’t have to be complicated, and parents may discover an array of foods and flavors that their kids will enjoy and ask for in the future. Such can be the case with Greekinspired gyros. The fillings can vary depending on the ingredients available in the house. For “Turkey Meatball Gyros” from the “Taste of Home: Healthy Cooking Cookbook” (RDA Enthusiast Brands) by the editors of Taste of Home, the meatballs can be made the night before or in big batches and frozen to be used as needed. The yogurt sauce in this recipe is reminiscent of
This is a good time to review definitions of property lines, setback, and easements as applied in the Hideout. When you hear that someone has a setback, you usually expect something not so good. It’s a completely different case when the term is applied to property boundaries. Setback Lines actually protect your property! Building set-back lines are usually intended to govern permanent structures like your house or garage. What is a Setback? A setback is a defined space in which no structures (as defined by Land Use Code) may be located, except where specifically allowed by the Code. Setbacks are required along front, rear, side property lines and additionally with some “easements.” How are Setbacks measured? In most cases, setbacks are measured from the property line. However, when measuring a front setback line abutting a public street the setback is measured from the center line of the right of way. Your property line is coincident with the edge of the right of way. Since the right of way can contain unimproved shoulders, you should not assume that your property line is at the edge of the curb or paved edge of the road. Typically, your property line is several feet from the road improvements. Unlike rights of way, utility access easements do not always coincide with
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traditional Greek tzatziki, which is fresh and flavorful.. Turkey Meatball Gyros Makes 4 servings 1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs 1 egg 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1 pound lean ground turkey 3/4 cup (6 ounces) reduced-fat plain yogurt 1/2 cup finely chopped peeled cucumber 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion 11/2 teaspoons lemon juice 8 whole wheat pita pocket halves 2 cups shredded lettuce 1 cup chopped tomatoes In a large bowl, combine the bread crumbs, egg and seasonings. Crumble turkey over mixture and mix well. Shape into 16 balls. Place meatballs on a rack coated with cooking spray in a shallow baking pan. Bake uncovered at 400 F for 15 to 20 minutes, or until no longer pink. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, combine the yogurt, cucumber, onions, and lemon juice. Line pitas with lettuce and tomatoes; add the meatballs and drizzle with the yogurt sauce.
Tropical tasting dessert an entertaining hit
ineapple upside down cake is a familiar dessert classic on which people can put their own unique spins. With this recipe from “Vegan Cooking for Beginners” (Publications International) by PIL editors, vegan dessert guests can also enjoy the fare thanks to vegan-friendly ingredients. Pineapple Upside Down Cake Makes 10 servings Topping 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1/4 cup vegan buttery spread 7 canned or fresh pineapple slices 7 maraschino cherries Cake 3 tablespoons boiling water 1 tablespoon ground flaxseed 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup vegetable oil 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup refrigerated coconut milk beverage 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
PROPERTY LINE INFORMATION
property lines. The easement may be located partly or entirely on your property. When a front yard setback is required from an easement located on a property, the setback is measured from the interior edge of the easement. Are Setbacks required from anything else? In most cases, buildings may not be built over utility easements (e.g., power, water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and telecommunications) without written approval from the associated utility. We all have easements on our Hideout property lots. These easements are shown on your recorded plat Land Survey and title report. How large a Setback is required? That depends on where the property is located and whether the setback is along a front, rear, or side property line. For example, in the Hideout, the following Setbacks are required: Front - 25’; Rear - 25’; Sides - 10’. Also, within these setbacks there are “easement lines” (Front - 10 feet, Rear - 10 feet, and each Side - 5 feet). Please note that the 25 foot front area starts at your property line, not at the edge of the road. The property line to the road is POA property. Also, in Pennsylvania, only a state licensed surveyor may set the property corners. What is an Easement? An easement is defined as a right that one party has to use real estate that is owned by someone
else. The rights of the easement holder regarding usage of the property are specific and typically limited. Property ownership or possession is not impacted by an easement. The property owner gives up only defined rights on that portion of the property that is used for purposes of the easement. Common easements are those that are given to public utilities such gas or telephone companies to run lines under/over private property. Utility easements such as power, phone, water and sewer are examples of easements that benefit the Hideout. Such is the case with RS&W. As a general rule, the grantor of the easement can make any use of that property as long as it does not unduly interfere with the rights granted to the easement holder. Typically, the owner granting the easement cannot build/ place structures or obstructions within an easement area or otherwise hinder access to that area. A utility easement grants the utility company the right to use and access a specific area of a property. The area covered by the easement is usually clearly defined in the text of the easement, and the easement is attached to the property deed so that it will persist even when the property is transferred or sold. Utilities can request an easement for any number of reasons. A classic example of a utility
Preheat oven to 350 F. Grease 9-inch round baking pan. For topping, cook and stir brown sugar and buttery spread in medium skillet over medium heat until melted and smooth. Remove from heat. Pour into prepared pan. Arrange pineapple slices in pan, placing cherries in centers of pineapples. Combine boiling water and flaxseed in small bowl. Let stand until cool. Whisk flour, baking powder and salt in medium bowl. Whisk granulated sugar, oil and vanilla in large bowl until well blended. Whisk in flaxseed mixture. Stir in flour mixture just until moistened. Stir in coconut milk just until blended. Place baking soda in small cup; stir in vinegar. Gently stir vinegar into batter just until blended. Pour batter over pineapple. Bake 45 to 50 minutes, or until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean. Cool in pan on wire rack for 10 minutes. Run thin knife around edge of pan to loosen cake. Invert onto serving plate. Cool completely. Note: The cake can also be baked in a 12-inch cast-iron skillet. Melt the buttery spread and brown sugar in the skillet, add the pineapple and cherries and pour the batter over the fruit. Check the cake for doneness at 40 minutes.
easement is an easement which allows the power company to run electrical lines along a property, and to install utility poles if the property is long enough that the lines cannot pass over the property without support. The utility has the right to utilize a strip of land for the lines, and to enter the land to access the lines for maintenance and repair, which can include tree trimming, replacing rotted utility poles, and relocation of any conduits, cables, wires, towers, and poles. What about these Property Easements? Every Hideout property has “easements” – legal rights that others have to use parts of a land owner’s property. Despite their prevalence, easements are often misunderstood and in some instances, people are not even aware that easements exist. As a property owner you can benefit from a basic understanding of easements. That understanding helps you avoid problems (permanent placement of landscaping, trees & shrubs, rock gardens, landscape lighting, fences, etc.) that can arise within the easement area. By keeping these areas free of plantings or other obstructions, you can enjoy what you have planted without worrying that it may be in jeopardy in the future.
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AREA WORSHIP SERVICES ST. THOMAS MORE CATHOLIC CHURCH, 105 Gravity Road, Lake Ariel, PA 18436. Mass Saturday 4 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Father Stephen Stavoy. (570) 698-5584.
ST JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 564 Easton Turnpike, Hamlin, PA 18427. Services of Holy Communion Sunday 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Reverend Ronald R. Miller, Ph.D. (570) 689-9260.
ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH, 334 Saint Mary’s Church Road, Lake Ariel, PA 18436. Mass Saturday 4 p.m.; Sunday 9:30 a.m. Summer Hours: Saturday 5:30 p.m.; Sunday 9:30 a.m. Father Stephen Stavoy. (570) 698-5584.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 815 Church Street, Hawley, PA 18428. Sunday Service 10 a.m. Pastor William Samford. (570) 226-4835.
SALEM COMMUNITY CHURCH, (United Methodist Congregation) 613 Hamlin Highway, Hamlin, PA 18428. Sunday Service 10:30 a.m. Reverend Dr. Jeff Rarich. (570) 689-6011. LAKE ARIEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 110 Maple Avenue, Lake Ariel, PA 18436. Sunday Service 9 a.m. Pastor Don Gillchrist. (570) 226-6713. LAKEVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 431 Purdytown Turnpike, Lakeville, PA 18438. Sunday Service 10:30 a.m. Pastor Don Gillchrist. (570) 226-6713.
GRACE RIDGE CHURCH, 201 Tenth Street, Honesdale, PA 18431. Sunday Service 11:30 a.m., and 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. at The Vineyard, 761 Terrace Street, Honesdale, PA 18431. Reverend Michael Lyle. (570) 253-5451. CROSS ROAD ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 803 8 Route 435, Elmhurst Township, PA 18444. Sunday Service 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Communion on first Sunday of the month. Pastor Aaron Schappell. (570) 842-1454. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 1606 Route 507, Greentown, PA 18426. Sunday Service 10:30 a.m. Reverend Chè Weber. (570) 676-5861.
HAMLIN ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 613 Easton Turnpike, Lake Ariel, PA 18436. Sunday Service 10:30 a.m. Pastor Kenneth Claflin. (570) 689-2630. NEWFOUNDLAND MORAVIAN CHURCH, 985 Main Street, Newfoundland, PA 18445. Sunday Service 10:45 a.m. Pastor Mark Newman. (570) 676-8201. TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL, 615 Court Street, Honesdale, PA 18431. Every other Friday Service 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Elliott Kleinman. (570) 253-2222. TEMPLE HESED, 1 Knox Road, Scranton, PA 18505. First Friday of the month Service 6 p.m., all other Fridays Service 8 p.m. Rabbi Daniel Swartz. (570) 344-7201. ST. PAUL’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 405 Church Street, Hawley, PA 18428. Sunday Service 9:30 a.m. Reverend Colleen Cox. (570) 226-2411.
CANAAN BIBLE CHAPEL, 30 Hemlock Road, Lake Ariel, PA 18436. Sunday Service 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Pastor Daniel Henwood. (570) 937-4848. Home of Canaan Christian Academy. MONASTERY OF ST. TIKHON OF ZADONSK, 175 Saint Tikhon’s Road, Waymart, PA 18472. Monday-Friday: 6 a.m. Midnight Office, Hours & Divine Liturgy and 4:30 p.m. Vespers and Matins. Satuday: 7:40 a.m. Hours & Divine Liturgy and 4 p.m. Vigil. Sunday: 9:10 a.m. Hours & Divine Liturgy and 3:50 p.m. 9th Hour, Vespins and Matins. Abbot Igumen Sergius. (570) 937-4067. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF HOLLISTERVILLE, 23 Pond Road, Moscow, PA 18444. Sunday Service 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Pastor Jim Sheridan. (570) 689-3071.
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THE HAND OF FATE Sam Newman It is with heavy hearts that we announce that the beloved Sam Newman passed away on September 23, 2018. He was a Hideout resident for over 30 years and he considered it his home. Sam was an involved member of the community. Over the years you could usually find him on the golf course, but also on the tennis courts or on the lake either in his jet ski or kayak. His name is on multiple plaques in the Pro Shop and has always been considered a formidable opponent as well as a trusted mentor. His upbeat personality, friendliness, and smile are only a few reasons why everyone enjoyed being around him. He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, golfer, and friend. He would have been 68 years old on July 9. Please take some time to celebrate his life as he would have wanted. With love, the Newman family.
HIDEOUT SPORTSMAN’S ASSOCIATION
Since 1995, the Hideout Sportsman’s Association has strived to improve the knowledge and skill of its members and neighbors in matters related to the proper care and handling of firearms, the management of shooting ranges and to develop fellowship, sportsmanship and good citizenship among its members. To that end, the Hideout Sportsman’s Association will partner with a local stateof-the-art indoor shooting range to offer courses in basic beginners pistol shooting and safety classes. These courses and others will be offered through the Hideout Sportsmen’s Assoc. for a limited time. Interested individuals should contact Lyle at (570) 647-6270 for details.
Sit & Sew
We are starting a new group called “Sit & Sew.” If you quilt, knit, or sew, bring your own project and join us. We hope to exchange ideas, help each other, teach, and socialize. We will meet in the Quilters room on Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Any questions call Joanne at (570) 698-8336.
It’s said there is a hand of fate that follows us around We’re born we grow we learn to know What makes the world go ‘round And then one day fate rears its head and shakes our world in ways That we can never understand and won’t throughout our days We all believe we are as stone with hearts that shape our world We never think that in a glance our world can stop to twirl There are not any well-known words There’s only just a space A piece cut from our puzzle gone so quick without a trace We curse you fate for what you’ve done We won’t give in to you You may have had your way again You may think that we’re through We’ll stand our ground with memories We’ll praise his soul now gone We’ll relive all that history We’re family we’re strong and we’ll go on. WOLRAD/2019
The Hideout Club Guide HIDEOUT ADULT SOCIAL GROUP (HASG) - meets the second Thursday of each month (except Dec.) at 1 p.m. in the Main Lodge. For info call John Hinton at (732) 841-6731, firstname.lastname@example.org. HIDEOUT COMPUTER CLUB - meets first & third Thursday of each month, 10:00 a.m. at the RSC. HIDEOUT SPORTSMEN Lyle Britton, Pres. Club meets first Monday of the month after the 1st Sunday, lower level of the POA at 7 p.m. THE GARDEN CLUB Meets at the Arboretum every Monday at 10 a.m. during the growing season. Everyone welcome. WOODWORKING GROUP - Visitors are always welcome. For information please call Ken Wenz (570) 698-6441.
THE WEIGH WE WERE Wednesday mornings at 9 a.m. at the RSC. We are a small but caring group. We each choose our own program. We are supportive and encouraging. So join us? HIDEOUT QUILTERS Love in every stitch! Quilters meet every Wednesday 1 p.m. and every Friday 9:30 a.m. at the Quilters Center. Call (570) 698-4100, ext. 156. Stop in and visit us. HIDEOUT ADULT BOWLING LEAGUE comprised of residents, four man teams September 11 - April 23, 2019, Tuesdays 1PM & Awards Dinner at season’s end. All are welcome!! Reggie Hadley (570) 698-7429.
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Keep Recycling Successful - Single Stream Recycling
Acceptable Items: • Milk cartons • Aluminum Cans • Glass Bottles (green, clear, brown) • Tin & Bi-Metallic Containers: (including aerosol cans) • Aseptic Milk/Juice Cartons • Juice Boxes • Aluminum Foil (pie plates, etc.) • Plastic Containers - 01-7 • Frozen Food Cartons • Paper Egg Cartons • Newspaper • Magazines & Catalogs • Kraft Paper (brown grocery bags) • Chipboard/Box Board • White & Colored Ledger Paper • Notebook Paper • Construction Paper • Soft Covered Workbooks, • Telephone & Paperback Books • Junk Mail (incl. envelopes & coupons) • White Envelopes • Computer, Fax, & Copy Paper
Unacceptable Items: • • • • • • • • • •
NO Trash Please NO Diapers remember to NO Clothing rinse your containers NO Styrofoam BEFORE you NO Bags recycle them! NO Caps or Lids Thank you! NO Food NO Compost NO Yard Waste NO Greasy Pizza Boxes Recycling takes little effort on your part, for a big difference to our world!
Life Is Beautiful Eco-minded home solutions for bright green living.
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HASG PICNIC The HASG is having an “All American Picnic” to be held on Friday, August 2, 2019 Noon to 4:00 P.M. at the OSC. The cost is $18.00 per person for HASG members, $23.00 a person for non-members, and $5.00 for children 12 and under. Burgers, Dogs, Sausage and Peppers, BBQ Chicken, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad, Coffee, Water, and all the fixings, plus dessert is included. The cutoff date for payment is July 19. Please make checks payable to HASG, and send to: Janice Wagner at 392 The Hideout. PLEASE DO NOT BRING GLASS BOTTLES OR GLASS CONTAINERS OF ANY KIND. THANK YOU!!
At the June 13th meeting, the HASG presented a new American flag to The Hideout Help a Hero fund. The flag was presented to Bob Weigand and Bill Wagner, officers of the fund by John Hinton, President of the HASG, on behalf of the organization. The flag was immediately placed into service and flies proudly over the Main Lodge and beach.
HIDEOUT ADULT SOCIAL GROUP The HASG was formed in 1980 to provide an opportunity for Hideout members, including renters, age 40 and over, to meet with and socialize with other members of our community. If you enjoy meeting new friends, socializing with old friends and like to party, then the H.A.S.G. is for you. Typical events include dinner dances, picnics, luaus, a “social” golf league, local outings, travel and anything else you can think of that involves socializing, dining and just generally having a great time with wonderful friends new and old. The HASG meets the second Thursday of each month (except December) at 1:00 p.m. at the Lodge. Refreshments are always served. All interested Hideout members are welcome to attend our meetings. Let us know you’re coming and a member of our Welcoming Committee will greet you. For more information please contact John Hinton (732) 841-6731, email@example.com.
The Hideout Adult Social Group (HASG) held it’s semi annual trip to the Woodloch Pines resort on May 21, 2019. There were 100 people in attendance from The Hideout. The weather cooperated for the pre-dinner gathering on the deck. We all ate until we couldn’t take another bite. The show was entertaining. The entire trip was a pleasure.
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Have a concern? Here’s who to call
Hideout Property Owners Association 640 The Hideout Lake Ariel, PA 18436 (570) 698-4100 Fax (570) 698-9457 www.hideoutassoc.com
POA Phone Extensions (570) 698-4100
Dial (570) plus number Art Center...........................698-4100, ext. 164 Food & Beverage............... 698-4100, ext. 153 Main Gate........................... 698-4100, ext. 140 Main Gate Direct Line........ 630-3738 Main Lodge......................... 698-4100, ext. 155 Main Pool........................... 698-7014 Mini Golf............................. 698-4086 North Beach....................... 698-7013 North Gate.......................... 698-4100, ext. 142 North Gate Direct Line....... 630-3737 North Pool.......................... 698-7011 Quilters............................... 698-4100, ext. 156 Ski Hill................................ 698-4100, ext. 170 Woodworkers..................... 698-6269
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Dial (570) plus number Golf Maintenance...............698-6384 Maintenance....................... 698-4100, ext. 133 North Gate Emergency...... 698-6317 Recreation.......................... 698-4100, ext. 160 Fitness Center.................... 698-4100, ext. 165 Registration........................698-4100, ext. 300 Golf Pro Shop.....................698-4100, ext. 180 Public Safety Patrol Office..698-4100, ext. 145 Game Room.......................698-4100, ext. 244
Utilities RS&W..................................(570) 698-6162
Call serviced within 24 hours! Most same day!
Other Helpful Numbers Emergency Dial “911” State Police.........................(570) 253-7126 Geisinger CMC.................... (570) 703-8000 Geisinger, Wilkes Barre...... (570) 348-1120 Regional Hospital of Scranton.(570) 348-7100 Moses Taylor, Scranton...... (570) 770-5000 Wayne Memorial, Honesdale......................... (570) 253-8100
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RAY’S TAX & ACCOUNTING SERVICES
•BBB Accredited Business A+ Rating •Fees 1/2 of other Accountants •BBA in Accounting •20+ Years Experience •Tax Preparation •Bookkeeping •Payroll Ray Labutis
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CLASSIFIEDS HOMES FOR RENT
LOTS FOR SALE
• Book your Vacation or Full Time Rentals with your Hideout Specialists, Re/Max Best. 570-698-7299/ 800-577-5005, www.hideoutbest.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
• FREE LOT 1614 Ridgeview Dr. Beautiful location and views! Buildable. At one of the highest points in the Hideout. Call Mitch 973-632-4177
• Moving Sale July 5 and 6 2927 South Fairway Drive EVERYTHING MUST GO! (570) 504-4574
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ATTORNEY • ATTORNEY Wills, Estates, Trusts, Probate, Closings, Divorce, DUI, Bankruptcy, Personal Injury. Alan Jones (570) 698-7505 House calls in the Hideout
• Corner wooded lot for sale 1838 Lakeview Dr. East $995 or best offer. Please call 908-581-0190 or email email@example.com Owner anxious to sell. All offers considered
Local Community Happenings
-AMERICAN LEGION POST 807 MEETINGS - 2nd Thursday of month, 7:00 p.m. Hamlin Sr Center. Seeking members and old friends. -KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS #7403 MEETING - 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, 7:00 p.m. at St. Thomas More Church Hall. -DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS WAYNE COUNTY CHAPTER #114 MEETINGS - 2nd Wednesday of month, 7:00 p.m. Cordaro’s Rest. Honesdale. John Miracle (570) 698-6816. -THRIFT SHOPPE - open 2nd & 4th Saturday of month at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Hamlin, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Free Clothing Day 3rd Wednesday of the month from 10 a.m.-noon and 5-7 p.m. -ST. THOMAS MORE/ST. MARY’S FOOD PANTRY - open 2nd & 4th Wed. of every month. 9:30-11:00 a.m. -HAMLIN FIRE & RESCUE BINGO - Every Sun & Wed at Bingo Hall (behind Hamlin Fire & Rescue on the hill). Doors open 5:00 p.m. Games start 6:00 p.m. -THE ROTARY CLUB OF HAMLIN/ Lake Ariel meets Tuesdays 5:30 p.m. at RPlace, Rte 590 in Hamlin. Public is welcome to attend.
• Piano for Sale Piano needs a loving home! You haul. (570) 606-3705
ELECTRICIAN • ROONEY ELECTRIC Licensed & Insured Contractor serving The Hideout for over 40 yrs. NJ Lic. # EI-04624 Scranton Lic. # 1057 PA002567 (570) 698-6690.
-CAREGIVER’S SUPPORT GROUP monthly meeting held every 2nd Wednesday, 1:30-3:00 p.m. at the Earl J. Simons Senior Center. Group meeting is informal and informational. Volunteer facilitators are experienced and understanding. Participants share experiences, ideas, situations, solutions, and frustrations which help you and others who attend. For more information please call (570) 253-4262. -Annual Chicken BBQ at Ledgedale Vol. Fire Co. Saturday, July 6, 2019 from 1 p.m. to sold out. At the fire hall at 529 Goose Pond Rd. $10 adult $5 child. Take Outs Available -2019 Summer Events: Lake Ariel Volunteer Fire Company 7/5 - Fireworks On Lake Ariel Beach (Raindate July 7) 7/13 - Pennyhouse 5k www.pennyhouse5k.com 7/13 - Firefighters Picnic & BBQ Take Outs at 4:00 p.m., Dine-in at 5:00 p.m., Parade at 7:00 p.m. 9/8 - Breakfast Buffet-8 a.m.-1 p.m. Facebook: Lake Ariel Volunteer Fire Company Official Site
WATERPROOFING & MOLD REMEDIATION • Do you have water coming into your basement or crawlspace? Are you tired of that damp, musty odor all the time? Does anyone suffer from allergies, but only when they’re at this home? Well don’t suffer these problems anymore, call the experts around the corner! INTEGRA-CLEAN & DRY 570-676-8862 WE CAN HELP! • Kelcean Mold Removal LLC. 570-503-7350 Do not wait too long if you have a water or mold problem in your house!!! Call us and we will be there for you and your family in your time of need, we will work with your insurance company. Don’t pay franchise prices!
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Obituary Guidelines To submit an obituary (Hideout members only) please follow the guidelines below (350 words or less). To include a photo, please email email@example.com or deliver/mail to the Hideout POA, 640 The Hideout, Lake Ariel, PA 18436. • The person’s full and complete name, date of birth as well as date of death • Names of husband or wife and names of children, number of grandchildren
• Add where he or she went to school and graduated from • Services/Mass/Cemetery information.
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(Yes, Mozart is still our Mascot!) Referrals available
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A to Z Maintenance Page 10 Adams Cable Service Page 18 Al Dente’s Pizzeria Page 24 Allatto’s Painting Page 57 Allied Services Page 19 All County Tax Resolution Page 14 Apple Maintenance Inc. Page 43 Aqua Leisure Pools and Spas Page 56 Aurel’s TV & Appliances Page 30 Bateman Brothers Lawn Care Page 67 Blooming Grove Sand & Gravel Page 67 Brothers’ Lawn Care & Construction Co. Page 19 BTM Flooring Page 30 Bug E. Bug Pest Control Page 46 Canine Connection Page 67 Carey Construction Page 46 Carman Electrical Svc., Inc. Page 22 CBS Construction, LLC. Page 64 Century 21 - Hamlin Office Page 57 CM’s Construction, Inc. Page 22 Colors Unite Painting Page 64 Costa’s Family Fun Park Page 31 Countryside Floral & Greenhouses Page 11 Cover All Painting Co. Page 42 Curt Putman’s Tree Service Page 60 Deep Clean Carpet & Upholstery Care Page 57 Driftwood Cove Marina Page 67 Duffy Plumbing Page 23 Family First Vision Center Page 57 Five Star Construction Page 17 Forbes Pest Control Page 64 Freedom Boat Club Page 14 From Top to Bottom Page 18 Gouldsboro Chimney & Furnace Cleaning Co. Page 64 Hamlin Family Center Page 19 Heller’s Gas Page 42 Integra Clean & Dry Page 15
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