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Lake Monticello Friday Flyer June 24 2011

Lake Monticello Friday Flyer June 24 2011

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This is the Lake Monticello Friday Flyer for June 24 2011
This is the Lake Monticello Friday Flyer for June 24 2011

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Published by: Betsy Gunnels on Jun 27, 2011
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will beheld on Sat., June 25
, at the Clubhouse. The meeting will be called to order at 10AM in the Faulconer Room and immediately go into recess until 1PM. Eligible members* may vote by Ballot during the recess.The meeting will reconvene in the Terrace Room at 1PM to complete the business agenda, including theelection of three directors. Time will be allotted for member comments on any issue related to LakeMonticello. Please sign up before 1PM.
Members are eligible
to vote by Ballot at the annual meeting if they did not vote by Proxy before thedeadline of 5PM, June 17, or voted by Proxy and revoked the Proxy by the deadline without voting again by Proxy.
Members are not eligible
to vote by Ballot at the annual meeting if they voted by Proxy and did not revoke the Proxy by the deadline,or they were not property owners of record by the close of books at 5PM on May 20, 2011.
At the June 23 Board of Directors, Director Gary Dillon announced his resignation from theBoard. Gary and his family will be moving to Richmond mid-July. LMOA extends its appreciation and best wishes to Gary for hisservice to the community and to LMOA. We wish them well as they embark on this new chapter in their lives.There is one year left on Gary's three-year term as director. The new Board of Directors will decide how to fill the vacancy after theannual meeting.
Board Organization/Orientation Meeting
The new Board of Directors will meet in special executive session at 7PM in the Terrace Board Room on Mon., June 27, to discusslegal matters with Association legal counsel Frank Buck. The Board will meet in special open session at 7:30PM in the Terrace Room.The open session agenda will include a briefing by Mr. Buck on the laws and documents governing the Association and the Board;election of officers for the coming Board year; and other related organizational matters.
Highlights of the June 23 Board Meeting
Confirmed action taken in executive session to award a bonus to the General Manager.
 Approved the transfer of five Association investment accounts from Morgan Stanley Smith Barney to Charles Schwab. The move willreduce investment costs, made possible by the role of LMOA’s Investment Committee in investment decisions.
 Amended PM 4.02Q, Investment Policy, 1) to allow for the sale of covered call options on securities held in portfolio; 2) to invest therestricted Property Transfer Fee and Amenity Fund accounts in a manner similar to other restricted accounts, leaving one-third of theinvestment in short-term investments for greater liquidity as a contingency against need.
Extended the completion date of the contract with Williamsburg Environmental Group for recertification of the Tufton Lake dam fromJune 1 to Sept. 1, 2011.
Established the Ad Hoc Committee for a Golf Pavilion to work with the Board and Staff to design and construct a general usepavilion at the golf course, and appointed Cliff Altschull as chair.
Charged the Storm Water Management and Buildings, Roads & Grounds Committees to study the potential for a community-wideleaf removal and composting program.
 Approved use of a miniature golf course for the July 4 weekend.
Denied the appeal of Andrew Cupino for a Compliance Committee decision related to tailgating through the Slice Gate.
 Approved the 2012 budget preparation schedule.
 Approved a Beautification Corps request to create a garden at Tufton Lake in memory of member Tom White.
 Approved the request to host the second Monticelloman Tiathlon on Sun., May 6, 2012, with no financial obligations to LMOA.
Mini-Golf Added to July 4
Weekend Activities:
Residents and their guests will be able to enjoy a new activity duringthe entire July 4 long weekend. Mini-golf will be available from 3 to 10PM on Fri. – Mon., July 1 – 4, on the Ashlawn Basketball Courts.
(Basketball will be suspended beginning at 2:30 each of the four days.)
Tickets for an 18-hole game are $5 per person, with $1 fromeach ticket going to LMOA. Please note that children must be accompanied by a playing adult.
Schedule Changes for July 4 Weekend Activities
Volleyball Tournament,
originally scheduled for July 3, will take place on July 4 at 4PM on the Main Beach.
Pool Games
, originally scheduled for 9:30 to 11AM on July 4, will be held from 9 to 10:30AM.
Fun Water Workout,
originally scheduled for 11AM on July 4, will take place at 10:30AM.
3-on-3 Stars & Stripes Basketball Tournament
, originally scheduled for Sat., July 2, at 9AM has been CANCELLED.
Friday Flyer
June 24, 2011
LMOA Front Office Help Needed:
LMOA is seeking on-call temporary help for its front office, to perform a variety of dutiesrelated to member services and general administrative operations. Must be experienced in standard office procedures and equipment,with emphasis on computer literacy and well developed interpersonal skills. Send completed LMOA employment application to Peggy Alexander at LMOA, 41 Ashlawn Blvd, Palmyra, VA 22963. Application forms are available at the Administration Office or online at
Click the link on the home page.
Congratulations to Winners of Recent Lake Monticello Golf Championships
Member-Guest Grand Champions Gross: Joel Dwyer, Mike Wolfe ~ Member-Guest Grand Champions Net: Ken Zadoyko, Al UrchukSenior Men’s Club Champion: Dave Murrow ~ Super Senior Men’s Club Champion: Bob Emery
Independence Day Weekend Celebration
Lake Monticello’s 4
of July celebration is being extended to the weekend, making it
bigger and better than ever! 
  Activities begin on Fri., July 1, and run through the fireworks display on Mon., July 4. For details, see the specialflyer that was delivered to mailbox cubbyholes last weekend and is available in the Clubhouse lobby and on thewebsite at
– just click on the link.
Volunteers needed:
Call Lori at 589-8263, ext. 113. To help withthe lake swim in kayaks, call John Lye at 962-4628 or email
 Yes, Lake Monticello, There Will Be Fireworks!!!
The fireworks will be shot from Beach 3 on July 4, beginning atapproximately 9:15PM, lighting up the night sky over the lake. Good viewing venues include the Clubhouse lawn, Main Beach, damand lake.
Please note that parking is not permitted on the dam. If parking along the roadside of any street, all wheels must be completely off the pavement to avoid interference with emergency or other traffic. Do not block driveways.
Personal Fireworks Are Not Permitted
within the Lake Monticello community at any time.
 Advisory to Boaters:
Police Chief Tom Boisvert reports that VA laws for operating a boat while intoxicated are the same as for an automobile. A boat operator can be arrested for boating under the influence if the blood alcohol level is 0.08 or above. The VA Dept.of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) will have an officer patrolling at Lake Monticello on July 4 to enforce boating laws. VDGIFroutinely patrols at other times as well. Penalties for boating under the influence (BUI) also can include stiff monetary penalties,mandatory attendance at alcohol awareness classes and revocation of the privilege to operate a boat for at least a year.
 All operators of boats at Lake Monticello shall have a Lake Monticello boat license.
 After dark, the lake goes to no wake operation for all boats.
 Additionally, the Lake Monticello Water Safety Patrol will have a boat staffed and patrolling the Lake.
VA laws do not prohibit alcohol onboard a boat, as they prohibit open containers of alcohol in other areas, but it has been proven that consumption of alcohol by anyone in a boat increases the likelihood of death/injury should an accident occur.
Diving for Dam Work Resumes:
Over the next several weeks, Watershed Services will be removing the non-functioning lowlevel drain valve and installing a new valve at the headwall of the main dam sluiceway. The work will be done underwater requiringextensive dive work, and the red dive barge will once again be anchored in the lake near the dam.
It is of the upmost importance toprotect the safety of the divers and prevent disruption of crucial repairs. Boaters, please observe a 200-foot “no boatsallowed” perimeter around the barge.
Marina Point Is Private Property 
and is not open for general use during the 4
of July activities, including fireworks. Pleaserespect the private property signs posted.
LM Fire & Rescue Golf Tournament: Late Sign Up Still Possible
for Sat., June 25, a primary fundraiser for our Fire & Rescue. Shotgun starts at 8AM and 1:30PM. Barbecue lunch, 12N to 2PM; raffle drawings, 12:30. Entry forms at thePro Shop. Rain date: Aug. 13.
Register Now for Quick Start Youth Tennis,
July 11 - 14, from 9 to 10AM at Ashlawn Courts for ages 6 - 12.New students: $20 including mini-racket and three practice balls; returning students: $15 if you already have a mini-racket.Register at the LMOA Office. Parent participation appreciated.
No Unregistered Boats May be Put into the Lake
Marina personnel will be monitoring boats to make sure the 2011registration sticker is clearly visible. Additional personnel will be on duty on July 4 until after the fireworks to enforce the policy requiringthat all boats must be registered and the current sticker in use. Registrations will be accepted on July 4 until the Marina office closes at7PM.
1st Pool Party of the Summer,
July 1 from 8PM to 12M with 4
of July theme for ages 21 and up. Adult beverages available.For more information or to schedule a private pool party, call the Pool at 589-3165.
EMT Basic Class Will Be Held
at Lake Monticello Volunteer Rescue Squad beginning Aug. 8. These evening classes areMondays and Thursdays from 6:30 to 10PM. Fee is $195. Slots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. For more informationand enrollment application, call 589-6128 or email
Programs air at 9AM and 7PM daily on cable channel 10(977).Unless announced in advance, shows begin at 7PM on Thursdays and run through 9AM on Thursdays.
Through Sat., June 29, at 9AM:
June 23 Board of Directors meeting
Sat., June 25, 1PM and 7PM; Sun., June 26, 9AM & 7PM; Mon., June 27, 9AM:
Annual Meeting of LMOA members
Mon., June 27, 7:30PM; Tues. & Wed., June 28 & 29, 9AM & 7PM; Thurs., June 29, 9AM:
Board Organization/Orientation meeting
Thurs., June 30, 7PM – Thurs., July 9, 9AM:
Golf Pro Mark Marshall talks about Lake Monticello golf programs with host Al Colville.
[LMOA events & activities are printed in bold type. Activities not open to all residents or requiring advance registration are not included.] 
Fri., June 24 1PM Hand and Foot, FR7:30PM Lakers Investment Club, TRSat., June 25
10AM 39
Annual Meeting, call to order, FR10A-1PM Recess/Balloting, FR1PM 39
Annual Meeting reconvenes, TR
Sun., June 26 1:30PM Flutterwheels, TRMon., June 27 8AM Aerobics, TR9AM Duplicate Bridge, FR1PM Mah Jongg for Fun, FR6PM Brownie Troop 1100, TGR6PM Girl Scout Troop 657, FR7PM Chess Club, FR
7PM Board Special Executive Session, TBR7:30PM Board Organization/Orientation Open Session, TR
Tues., June 28
8AM Environmental Control Committee, OB
8AM Aerobics, TR9:30AM Basket Weaving, TR1PM Canasta, FR1PM Casual Bridge, FR7PM Pinochle, TGRWed., June 29 7:30AM Rotary Club, AG9:30AM Ladies’ Bridge, FR7PM Crafting Group, TBR7PM Newcomers & Old Friends Game Night, TGRThurs., June 30 8AM Aerobics, TR9:30AM Loli’s Painters, TR12:15PM Mah Jongg, FR1PM Piecemakers, TR6PM Girl Scouts -- Juliettes, TGR
7PM Little Miss Independence Day Rehearsal, FR
Fri., July 1 8AM Aerobics, TR1PM Hand and Foot, FR
8PM Pool Party for 21+, Pool
 AG – Ashlawn Grille; ATC – Ashlawn Tennis Courts; BBF – Bunker Ball Field; CBY – Clubhouse Back Yard; CH – Clubhouse; CR –Crofton Room; OB – Operations Building; EN – Eagles Nest; FR – Faulconer Room; GC – Golf Course; P – Pool; PS – Pro Shop; TGR – Terrace Game Room; TBR – Terrace Board Room; TR – Terrace Room; TL -- Tufton Lake

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