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Lake Caroline
News Notes June 26, 2015


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July 4th Celebration:
Do not forget to make your plans to attend Lake Carolines annual Independence Day celebration at the Bellevue Clubhouse Saturday, July 4th.
 
Start making your plans now to decorate boats and/or tents with a patriotic theme and get your group together for a great fun afternoon and evening.
 
 July 4th Program:

  • Tents can be set up anytime Saturday, July 4th. Do not forget to decorate your tent with a patriotic theme.
  • Childrens jumper will set up at approximately 2:00 p.m.
  • The Chill Band will crank up the music at 5:00 p.m. and continue until 9:00 p.m., when the fireworks begin.
  • Burgers and Blues will cater the event again this year. Menu will be hamburgers, homemade chips (similar to Mermaid chips), baked beans, cookies and tea or lemonade. Serving times will be from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., or until food runs out.
  • Tables will be set up inside for those choosing air-conditioning, also outside on the porches. .
  • Fireworks will start at 9:00 p.m. This promises to be a better show than last year, performed by Artesian Pyrotechnics. Patriotic music will play during the approximately 17 minute show.

 

James Walker Reception:
You are invited to come meet our neighbor, James C. Walker, on Tuesday night, June 30, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the main Clubhouse. James is a resident of Lake Caroline residing in Hampton Bay and is the only resident from Madison County running for Chancery Court Judge this term. This position is over Family Law cases and serves all of Madison, Leake, Holmes and Yazoo Counties.  Come say hello to James, visit with your neighbors and meet some new friends on Tuesday night. Refreshments will be served and do not worry, donations are not required.
 
Come join a number of Lake Caroline residents and property owners Tuesday evening to meet James Walker!
 

Wildlife in Lake Caroline:
It is easy to think that an animal will simply move somewhere else when people clear a piece of land to build a house, a road or a shopping mall. However, like people, many species need their own space and do not like to
be crowded together. They have homes and territories and do not like intruders moving in.
 
In Lake Caroline we have several different species of animals and reptiles. Although some can be cute, we do have a few that can be a problem, as well as some that are just plain scary. Always be on the lookout when outside in your yard, in common areas such as the park or the club house, and on or near the water. Most creatures will not bother you if you give them their space.
 

 
Current Events
Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus was a huge Success
Pool Cleaning Schedule
Wi-Fi at Clubhouse
Notary Public Service
 
 
Save The Dates
LCOAs Covered Dish New Years Eve Dinner:
Adult New Years Eve Party:
Adult New Years Eve Party
Halloween Parties at Martinique Clubhouse
Arts & Craft Show 2014
 
 
Tommy's Tips
Lake Level
Boating Tips
Winter Preparation
Lake Safety Tips
Boating Tips
 
 
Board Actions
Board Meeting February 19, 2015
Advisory Council Meeting February 10, 2015
Board Meeting November 20, 2014
Board Meeting September 18, 2014
Advisory Council Meeting Aug. 12, 2014
 
 
Caroline Activities
Wine Group News:
Yoga Classes
Water Aerobics, Summer Schedule:
Lake Caroline Activities
 
 
Rules & Regulations
Rules and Regulations Regarding Pets
Renting or Leasing House in Lake Caroline
Rules & Regulations Top five violations
Pets
 
 
Lake Reports
Fishing Rules on Lake Caroline:
2012 Creel Limits
2011 Creel Limits
Safe Fueling at Fuel Pump
Lake Links

2014 Annual Lake Report
How to tag your boat & tow vehicle
How to clean a catfish
ARC Guidlines
Before you make a change to your landscape, color of your home, or make an addition, please review the Lake Caroline ARC guidelines and contact the office.
Click here to review the guidelines.
 
 

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