Day Weekend: 9/3/16 Saturday,
Potluck Dinner and Dance
have your food contribution at the event by 6:30 as we like to start
serving promptly at 6:30.
family is asked to bring a main dish, side dish, or dessert to share
with the community. Whatever dish you bring please provide enough
food to feed your entire group; in this way we will have enough
volume of food for all the attendees. A limited number of free sodas
will be available so please bring additional drinks for your family
if desired. Tap water, cups, plastic ware and paper plates/napkins
will be provided.
*T-shirt sales will take place at this event.
You will be able to place orders for Lake Madrone hats, shirts and
sweatshirts with Pam and Dave Crandall. Samples will be available for
with DJ Patsy Oxford (or “P-OX”) as her fans call her!
We wish to extend a
special thanks to Patsy for trying something very new to her skill
set! Her son, Evan, was a great technical advisor. Lake residents
of all ages contributed music requests to the playlist and the result
was a dance floor that was full during the entire evening! Contact
Patsy if you have music requests for the Labor Day dance; 589-1143.
weekend was a huge success! Many Thanks!
Sincere gratitude goes out
to the many individuals who worked to provide the fantastic meals,
activities, and the fun family atmosphere. A lot of planning and
effort goes into providing the festivities, especially the meal
preparation and serving. We recognize the huge commitment and effort
of Joey and Sabrina Federico (and family members) of the Happy Viking
Restaurant and Sports Bar in Yuba City for catering the tri-tip
dinner. Also please recognize the extreme efforts of Mike Dahl and
Family, and the Cookout Crew for their efforts in providing a
you wish to help with any activities please let the leaders at the
event know and they can direct you on how to jump in and get
involved. Participation in these volunteer activities is a wonderful
way to meet your neighbors in this unique community.
BITS FROM THE BOARD:
replacement: the process for replacing
our redwood tanks with two 20,000 gallon steel tanks has begun. The
Board is in the process of securing a bid on the project. The tanks
are located on Star Road.
Policy: The Board has done some research
with the assistance of the Lake Madrone insurance carrier regarding
the legality and liability of “underage drivers” of golf carts
Summary of Results: Property
owners of these small vehicles need to check with their carrier about
coverage on their Home Owner policy to see if their smaller vehicle
is covered. It is also recommended
that drivers be licensed and obey the “rules of the road”
including following the speed limit of 15mph.
PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED
DETAILED EXPLANATION OF FINDINGS WHICH ARE ALSO POSTED ON EACH KIOSK.
Water Conservation: Ground water levels
in our wells are currently stabilizing. Please continue to REDUCE
your water use as much as possible and minimize yard watering.
Outdoor watering remains restricted to two
times perweek after
sunset please! Also please repair any
leaking water lines or faucets ASAP. We are doing a great job
reducing water usage
this summer. Thanks to all residents for you efforts: Please keep
up the good work! Also thanks to Bodil who is very diligent about
monitoring water lines and quickly repairing or notifying property
owners when leaks occur.
This is a reminder to ALL
dog owners. Folks at the Lake are very sensitive about this topic!Leashes are
REQUIRED at the BEACHES where people are present, and when WALKING
your dog. Also, please pick up
after your dog and dispose of the droppings at your residence.No Bear Garbage
Club. Ron Sanford, (aka “Garbo”),
is the coordinator of our community garbage service. Community
garbage was started because we had a bear problem with the trash
totters attracting bears on Sunday evening and a lot of messy
garbage scattered throughout the community on Monday mornings.
There are both “seasonal” and “year around” rates. If you
would like to join the club or have questions about this option for
your trash please call Ron at 589-1034.
LOST and FOUND:
Two sets of keys have been found on the south side of the lake.
One set near the Kiddie Beach, and one set with a Ford car key and
two children’s pictures were found up on Path In The Woods. Both
sets are pinned to the kiosk at Kiddie Beach.
Williams: Georgia passed away on June
25th, at age 64,
after a valiant 2 year battle with brain cancer. She spent many
summers at the Lake as a child and has visited their family cabin on
several occasions over the past few years. Lake Madrone held a
special place in her heart. Georgia’s athletic talents were
evident throughout our childhood: Besting all of us kids in foot
races, swim races and canoe races! We send our regrets for this loss
to Georgia’s husband, Lenny, and to the entire Zurilgen Family.
Next LMWD Board
Meeting: 8/27/16, at 9:30 am, at the Ski Beach Picnic