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News Notes May 06, 2016


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Garbage Pick-up and Recycling:

Madison County Board of Supervisors recently voted to discontinue county pick-up of solid waste and convert to a private company in an effort to curb wasteful spending.  Waste Management will now be responsible for the garbage pick-up.  There may be some continued delays for the first couple of weeks while the new drivers become familiar with their routes.  Pick-up for Lake Caroline will continue to be on Mondays.

As of right now, there are no changes to recycling program or schedule. Wednesday curbside pick-up will continue until further notice.

 

Both Pools are now open:

The Bellevue pool and kiddy pool are open.

Martinique pool and kiddy pool are open. The entrance road into Martinique remains in poor condition due to construction.  Please use caution.

Kids Fishing School:

Register your child or grandchild now. There are a few spots still open.

 

The Lake Committee is sponsoring the Mike Michels/Tom Pope Fishing School for kids from six to twelve years old on May14th from 9:00 a.m. till 11:00 a.m. This will be a very fun filled and educational school, with kids visiting five different learning stations covering everything from knot tying to identifying different species of fish found in Lake Caroline. 

 

There is no charge for this school; unfortunately, the class will be limited to the first 50 kids signing up for the class to allow for sufficient adult supervision. The children must be children or grandchildren of Lake Caroline property owners; one non-resident can be registered with each application when registered with other property owners children. Applications for the school can be picked up at the Lake Caroline office and must be returned no later than May 9. 

 

Each participant will receive a Rod & Reel (to take home), and a participation medallion. A hot dog lunch will be served after the school.  

 

Pet Parade:

Before the Spring Event there will be Lake Carolines first ever Pet Parade! Lake Caroline Fur Babies are invited to strut their stuff in their natural coats or in costume in front of 3 judges for prizes. There will be 5 categories the Judge will be judging on and 5 prizes to be given away. 

The categories are: 

BEST IN SHOW CAT

BEST IN SHOW DOG

BEST PET TRICK

BEST COSTUME

BEST OWNER/PET LOOK ALIKE

There will be a registration table prior to the judging to get your entry information. So, come early to sign up!

Remember our parade will be limited to cats and dogs only, and ALL of them must be on leashes. We will provide pet waste bags. The Parade will start at 3:30 and last until approximately 4:00 or so.

The Pet show will be cancelled in the event of rain.

LCOA Spring Event:

Lake Carolines Big Spring Event will take place on Saturday, May 21st! Everything will happen at the Bellevue Clubhouse. This is the first big event of the year for our neighborhood, and it kicks off the summer season in a big way. If you have never been, we highly encourage you to check out this fun family event. 

The festivities will begin with property owners and their guests enjoying our first neighborhood Pet Parade at 3:30 p.m. At 4:30 p.m., food service will begin inside the clubhouse and go until 7:30 or until food runs out. (No pets in the clubhouse please.)

Burgers and Blues will cater a mouth-watering pulled pork sandwich with all the traditional trimmings. Serving will begin at 4:30 and end at 7:30 or until food runs out, so come early!

Music will be provided by Solid Steel Sounds Entertainment.  Do not forget your dancing shoes!

There will be an inflatable jump for the kids.

 Come by land or lake, dock you boat, set up your tent and join your neighbors for a great evening of fun and fellowship!  After all, the events are one thing that makes our neighborhood extraordinary.

 

 
Current Events
Arts & Crafts Show
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

2011 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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