A magical place, the Lake Caroline community welcomes you to a lifestyle where family is celebrated, and good neighbors become lifelong friends. Lake Caroline is a 3,000-acre planned community with resort style amenities. Residents enjoy walking in an 11-acre park, boating and fishing on the second largest, private lake in Mississippi, and golfing on a championship golf course. And because the land was developed with wildlife in mind, Lake Caroline is home to pelicans, herons, bald eagles, and deer, making it a haven for nature lovers.  
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What’s New
Annual Assessments Due Jan 31
The annual assessment of $950 is due January 31. A split payment option is available for your convenience. To use this option, submit 1/2 of your assessment ($475) by January 31, 2022, and the remaining balance no later than April 30, 2022. Past due payments will be assessed an interest charge of 8%.
Book Club to Meet
Join book club organizers Betty Macias and Neely Morrison for a lively discussion of the book, Intimacies.
Date: Thursday, February 17, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Location: Martinique Clubhouse
What to Bring: sense of humor, beverage of choice
Optional: Appetizer
February Book: Intimacies by Katie Kitamura
March Book: The Maid by Nita Prose
Bridge Inspection
Garver, an engineering, planning, architectural, and environmental services company, has inspected the bridge and reports that it is in good condition. However, preventative maintenance was recommended to prevent further erosion to the steel piles. This work will be scheduled.
County Designates Public Streets
The county has approved designating the following streets as public streets: Harwood Court, Sumter Court, Charleston Lane, Charleston Circle. There are additional streets within Lake Caroline, however, that should be classified as public streets, but are not listed as such on county records. Our business manager is working with supervisor, Karl Banks, and the county to correct the record. 
Detour Due to Bridge Work
 Bridge Water Drive near the spillway will be closed due to bridge work from Friday, January 27 to Thursday, February 3. Heavy machinery will hang the bridge arches, and the bridge will be closed to all traffic during the lift. Please use Bellevue Drive and Bridgewater Drive (Water tower intersection). We will send a news blast when the road is reopened. 
Lake Dredging Update
The dredging project will begin in fall 2022. Originally scheduled to begin this winter, the project was moved due to permit process delays, low water levels impacted by drought after the lake was dropped while replacing a culvert, and also a desire to not impact recreation on the lake.
New Edition of Lake Caroline Living
The January edition of Lake Caroline Living is available. 
Soup, Salad and Sweets!
Photo credit: 40aprons.com
Hosts, Lesley Tatum, Alice Harer, and Janet Wagner will teach participants how to make the soup and the dessert. The participants will be served a complete meal to include the soup and a side salad followed by dessert.
Learn how to make Tom Kha Gai Soup, featuring quintessential Thai ingredients such as coconut milk, lemongrass, fish sauce, and cilantro. This rich and silky chicken soup can be served as an appetizer or a one-bowl meal. To complete our culinary evening, learn how to make Pecan Pie Bread Pudding.
Tuesday, February 15, 2022
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
$18 pp
Sponsored by Caroline Creators
Register soon as space is limited to 20 persons.
Original Art
A few of the many pieces created.
The Beautiful Batik Class held at Martinique Clubhouse on Tuesday, January 18, was hosted by Caroline Creators and led by local artist Candy Cain. The results by class participants were all vibrant, happy colors of various subject matters. A talented group! 
Wine Club to Meet
Wine Club will meet Friday, February 4 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Martinique clubhouse. Please bring a bottle of wine and an appetizer to share. Members who plan to attend must register for the event, thus each person must register separately using their own login credentials. Answer each of the 3 questions until you see a Completed message. 
Lake Level
January 20 - 7.2 inches below full pool
January 13 - 10.3 inches below full pool
For past lake levels Click Here for the Lakes Page then select Lake Level.
Make New Friends at Weekly Social
Start the new year making new friends and seeing the ones you already have. Please join our weekly social hour Thursdays anytime between 1 and 5pm at the Martinique clubhouse. Some of us play cards and others drink coffee and visit. –Sponsored by Ladies of Lake Caroline
Send More Photos for Contest
Photo Credit: Steve Jankoviak
Photo Credit: Jana Ethridge
Photo Credit: Harry Hester
Join our Photo Contest. Three of the submissions are displayed above. Send your photos and they may be selected for display on our website in 2022. Photographers will be credited. Horizontal photos have the best chance to be selected for the static pages, which are the rotating photos that you see every time you visit the site. If you send 4 x 6 photos they cannot be used on the static pages, but they may be selected for use with a News Notes article or a Photo Album on the website. Be sure to send photos with high resolution as only photos that can be enlarged and still look sharp can be selected for static pages. 
Ideas for subject matter include:
  • Having fun - boating, fishing, etc. Need a good pic of members having fun. 
  • A beautiful sunny day 
  • Fourth of July Activities or other events
  • Sunsets 
  • Wildlife (have a few).
Email you photos to webmaster@lakecarolinems.com by January 31. 
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