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News Notes August 15, 2014
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Lake Caroline Welcome Committee:
Committee has a new chairperson and is ready to welcome all of our new residents! Welcome bags have been assembled and we are ready to roll! Sharon Boyle, from Southampton Circle, has kindly volunteered to chair this committee.
The most difficult part for the welcome committee is finding out when new residents move in to the neighborhood. The perfect solution would be to have a representative from each street or neighborhood who would contact Sharon when a new neighbor moves in.
If you would like to volunteer to be a neighborhood representative or would like to assist the committee in some way, contact Sharon. Her contact information is listed below.
Thank you, Sharon, for chairing this committee.
117 Southampton Circleg
601-856-8509 home email@example.com
Arts and Crafts Show:
For the seventh year, the Arts & Crafts Show, hosted at our beautiful Lake Caroline Clubhouse on Bellevue Drive, will be Saturday, October 18th, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Be sure to include it in your plans for that weekend.
The Show has something for everyone in the family. There will be many from the Mississippi Craftsmens Guild who will exhibit their crafts just in time for holiday shopping or special occasion gift giving. All but a few of the artisans are from Mississippi, so be sure to come out and support your local crafters.
Restoration of Park:
We continue to have problems with our contractor who is paving the walking trail. Hopefully they will be on schedule next week.
Retention pond has been completed with the exception of dressing up the bank.
Trimming of trees is now completed.
Damaged portions of the walking trail have now been completed.
Paving of the trail should be next week, provided we have good weather.
Grading the park and correcting some drainage issues, using the dirt dug from the retention pond will be completed after asphalting the walking trail.
Seeding of grass and covering with oat straw over all fresh dirt will complete the project.
If property owners would like to have some of this very rich dirt dug from the retention pond, feel free to load it up.