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.  
Access the Newcomer Packet here.
What’s New
Advisory Council to Meet
The advisory council will meet at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, July 12 at the Bellevue Clubhouse. The meeting begins with a Residents' Forum where any resident can present an issue - 5-minute limit per person. Afterwards, residents may leave or stay for the entire meeting.
New Edition of Lake Caroline Living
The current edition of Lake Caroline Living is available.
Office Hours Week of July 4th
Office hours will be as follows:
Monday, July 4th: 9-12 and 3-5, on site from 5-9 supporting event
Tue: 8-12, 1-5
Wed: 8-12, 1-5
Thur: 8-12, 1-5
Fri: Closed
Staff are often meeting with one of several thousand members, or on property, so we encourage you to schedule an appointment to avoid wait times. Call 601.898.1370. 
Rock 'n Wine Summer Solstice
A warm summer June evening included rock painting led by Debbie Olsen and laid-back guitar music played by Josh Adams.  Some of the painted rocks reflected summer and others were reflections of our Lake Caroline community.  
Paula Ohlmeyer
Caroline Creators
Wednesday Trash Pickup
Trash pickup is every Wednesday, including holidays. Place your receptacle curbside no later than 7 a.m. the morning of collection, or no earlier than the evening prior to the day of collection.
Book Club Report
Great turn out in June, as we welcomed new bibliophiles. This month we will be discussing Band of Sisters: a novel by Lauren Willig, based on a true story of college women in World War 1. 
Date: July 7, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Location: Martinique Clubhouse
What to Bring: beverage of choice
Optional: Appetizer
July Book: Band of Sisters: A Novel by Lauren Willig
August Book: The Code Breaker by Walter Isaacson
-Betty Macias
Come for the Food, Stay for the Fireworks!
Your favorite food trucks will be on site to quench your thirst and sate your appetite! Visit them from 3-9 pm or until the food runs out. 
  • Taqueria La Reata
  • Kona Ice
  • Burgers & Blues
  • Lost Pizza
  • Stoopid Delicious
  • Street Dough
July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza
Controller Opening
As our association has grown, the number of hours and skill level required to manage our operations from a financial standpoint has grown, as well. We have been using the CPA firm of Carr, Riggs and Ingram to supplement our staff resources on a monthly basis for about a year, and they have recommended that we add an accountant to our staff to serve as our Controller.  Our Finance Committee concurs with this recommendation. As the number of accounting hours needed have increased, hiring someone directly will be more cost effective than outsourcing to our accounting firm. One of our strategic goals is to ensure that the association is operating with the financial resources necessary to meet our short and long-term goals. Adding a Controller supports this goal.
The Controller will plan and direct the accounting operations of the company and report directly to our Business Manager, Tommy Guest.
The successful candidate will have (at a minimum):
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, and
  • Three to five years or more of related experience.
A Certified Public Accountant designation is preferred.
Link to job description
If interested, send resume to Tommy Guest, Business Manager. 
July 4th Schedule
3:00 Food trucks begin serving, continuing until 9 pm or until food runs out
4:00 Opening of Kids Water Slide
4:00 Judging of Patriotic Tents and Boats-Best Spirit and Most Patriotic. (Boats should arrive by 3:30)
4:40 Welcome Announcement with a Pledge, Prayer, and Boat/Tent Winners
5:00 Lovin Ledbetter band plays until 9 pm
8:00 Balloons start glowing
9:00 Fireworks and patriotic music
As always, times are subject to change due to weather and acts of God.
Kids Need Dunkin?
Bring them to our July 4th event where they can burn off energy and cool down at the same time!
Up for Grabs
How creative is your group? Pitch your tent or dock your boat, just make sure it is decorated because 4 groups are going home with an award, and it could be you. Judges will award a Most Patriotic award to one tent and one boat, and a Best Spirit award to one tent and one boat. Kayaks welcome. Boats should be docked, and tents pitched by 3:30, July 4th.
Lake Level
June 24 - 0.0 full pool
June 17 - 2.16 inches above full pool
For past lake levels Click Here for the Lakes Page then select Lake Level.
Upcoming Events
No Wine Club in July
July 4th Party
No Bridge Club July 5
July 7, 6:30pm - 8:00pm - Hummingbird Book Club
Watch News Notes for details on these special events.
See Weekly Events for events held weekly. 
Weekly Events
Bridge Club
Join us Tuesdays from 1-4 pm at Martinique. Anyone interested is encouraged to attend. No meeting July 5. 
Ladies of Lake Caroline Social
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.
Ladies Water Aerobics
Monday – 10-11 am No class July 4
Wednesday – 9-10 am
Friday – 9-10 am
Classes do not meet on holidays
Bellevue Pool
*Bring water board, weights, noodle and water belt if you need one
Contact Becke Bounds with questions. 
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