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News Notes:
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Lake Caroline
News Notes February 13, 2015

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LCOA Annual Meeting:
Every property owner should receive notice of the 2015 annual meeting from the Board of Directors Secretary within the next couple of days. Hopefully, each of you will be available to attend this very important meeting. In the event you cannot attend, please return the proxy in the postage pre-paid envelope enclosed in your notice of the meeting to the LCOA office. You can return by mail, come by the office during business hours or drop in the Drop Box at the front door. Your cooperation with this will be greatly appreciated.
Annual Meeting date will be March 17, 2015 at Broadmoor Baptist Church. Registration will begin at 6 p.m. with meeting starting 7 p.m.

Wine Group:
Please join us on Friday, February 27th at 6:30 p.m. for another Lake Caroline Wine Group Tasting featuring the Top 10 wines under $20 as presented by Germantown Wine & Spirits.
$15 admission includes unlimited pours of these great wines along with a trained staff to assist.
Event will be held in the Bellevue Clubhouse.  An RSVP to lcwinegroup@gmail.com by February 20 is required to attend.

Rules: Shooting Weapons in Lake Caroline:
There have been complaints of BB guns, bow and arrows being shot in Lake Caroline. This is in violation of the Rules and Regulations of the community.
Article I, Section C:
No owner or guest shall at any time use weapons of any kind including, but not limited to, BB guns, pellet guns, handguns, shotguns, rifles, or bows and arrows within any part of the development for any purpose.

Influence Litter Control:
Lake Carolines four main entries and along the main roadways are heavy with litter at various times and for various occurrences.  As an association, we need to do our part by projecting a positive influence in our community.  After all, we are the community and the community is us.
Soon homeowners will see signs placed in rotation at each of Lake Carolines four main entries; the Main and Clock Tower entries off Stribling Road and the Caroline Boulevard and Bellevue Drive entries off Hwy 22. 
There are various times in a week people are most likely to litter; Friday/Saturday nights, main events, etc.  Lets talk litter control with our neighbors and friends to stress controlling litter during fun times.
There are probably a few people who are especially likely to litter: people who eat and drink while driving and those who drive without a cover over their load.  
Placing a sign at each main entry and talking about ways to control litter are important for our association in projecting a positive influence with controlling litter.
Lake Caroline Landscape Committee

Current Events
Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus was a huge Success
Lake Caroline Security
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
Advisory Council Meeting February 10, 2015
Board Meeting November 20, 2014
Board Meeting September 18, 2014
Advisory Council Meeting Aug. 12, 2014
Annual Meeting March 18, 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
Lake Reports
2012 Creel Limits
2011 Creel Limits
Safe Fueling at Fuel Pump
Annual Lake Study
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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