Friday Flyer

April 30, 2010

KIDS’ FISHING DAY, Sat., May 15, from 10AM to 12N at Tufton Pond.
Children 12 and under are invited to enjoy a morning of fishing and fun, with help and instruction from experienced anglers. Parents, please accompany your children for this FREE event, which includes prizes and a hot dog lunch. Rods and reels will be provided for children who don’t have their own. Sign up by May 10 by calling 589-8158.
NEW TRASH/RECYCLING CONTRACT EFFECTIVE JUNE 1: At its April 22 meeting, the Board authorized a contract with SDI/Kerkim, LLC, to provide trash and recycling services for the Lake Monticello community. SDI currently serves clients in Charlottesville and Culpeper, as well as other Virginia localities. The service will be “single stream,” meaning that residents will no longer have to separate their trash and recycling. The co-mingled refuse will be sorted at the Van de Linde Recycling Center at Zion Crossroads, resulting in a greater quantity of material being recycled. The process for transition from Waste Management to SDI will be worked out soon and will be announced in a special flyer that will describe what must be done to implement the change. The flyer will be delivered to mailbox cubbyholes and posted on the website. An article on the subject also will be included in the Spring/Summer issue of the Lake Monticello News. The cost of trash and recycling is covered by the annual Improved Property Fee, which homeowners pay at the same time as their member dues each year. CHANNEL 10 PROGRAM ABOUT DUES INCREASE PROPOSAL: President Leighton Cumming and Treasurer Mike Harrison will be guests of cable channel 10’s “This Week at the Lake” on Thurs., May 6, to talk about the Board proposal to increase member contribution to reserves with an increase in annual dues of $108.The program will be aired at 7PM on the 10th and will be repeated through Wed., May 12, at 9AM and 7PM daily. RESERVE STUDY ON WEBSITE: To help members understand how LMOA determines the amount of reserve funding needed for a long list of items and facilities, the 2010 Reserve Study has been posted on the website at www.lmoa.org under Library, General Information, Financial Information. The password that is provided will be required to access the study. The file is large, so be patient while it loads. CANDIDATE INFORMATION Individual interviews with each of the four Board candidates will broadcast on channel 10 at 7PM on Thurs., May 13, and at 9AM and 7PM daily through May 19. Candidate Forum: The Broadcast Group will present its Candidate Forum on Thurs., May 20, at 7PM in the Terrace Room. Members are invited to attend the Forum. The candidates will answer questions that have been submitted in writing from members. To submit questions, send in advance to Peggy Alexander at the Administration Office or email to palexander@lmoa.org. Those in attendance also may submit written questions before and during the Forum. No questions will be taken from the floor. The Forum will be broadcast live on channel 10 on the 6th and will be repeated at 9AM and 7PM daily through May 26. LAKE MONTICELLOP’S TREE DISPOSAL PROGRAM HAS ENDED, and the disposal sites at both Bunker Ballfield and Tufton Lake are closed. Wood chips are still available at Bunker for residents’ use. CANCELLATION: The May 6 meeting of the LMOA Planning Committee has been cancelled. SPRING CLEAN UP WILL END MAY 9: Three dumpsters are located at Tufton Lake for residents to dispose of items too large for regular trash pick up. No construction debris, tires, batteries, paint, appliances with coolant, household chemicals, tree parts and other yard debris or regular trash. If you see abuse of this service, please call the LMPD immediately (589-3215), or notify Meg Gore (5898263, ext. 110). For more about Spring Clean Up, go online to www.lmoa.org or ask at the Administration Office. STATUS OF FISHING PIER CAMPAIGN: Fundraising for the construction of the Community Fishing Pier is making great progress. Bo’s Pier Group has collected and turned over $11,560 to LMOA for the project. That’s 46% of the estimated $25,000 needed to construct the pier. There still are outstanding pledges in the amount of $740. The pier is a community project and will be built at Tufton Lake with donations and volunteer labor. It will give all residents easy access to a great place to fish or simply to enjoy the beauty of nature. If you have not yet contributed to this project, please help make it a reality for our community. Donation forms are available at the Administration Office or on the website at www.lmoa.org. Just click on the link on the homepage.

A SMART THING TO DO: Clearing leaves and debris from culverts prevents erosion and damage to driveways, drainage ditches and roads. Most importantly, it helps prevent silt and sediment buildup in our lake and keeps its ecosystem healthy. LMOA RECREATION ANNOUNCEMENTS Swim instructors needed for the LM Pool. Applicants must be at least 17 years of age and certified by American Red Cross. To apply, call Pool Manager Mary Acree at 906-0029. LMOA is hosting a Professional Rescuer CPR class on Fri., May 7, from 4:30 to 8PM in the Terrace Game Room. Fee is $65. Register and pay fee in advance at the Administration Office (open Mon. – Fri., 8:30AM to 5PM). Help needed to plan 4th of July activities: Do you have great ideas for activities? Are you a proven leader? If so, we would appreciate your help with this family-friendly celebration. To volunteer or for more information, call Recreation Manager Claire Brown at 466-8101 or email cmcrain@aol.com. GOLF NEWS New Lake Monticello logo merchandise in stock at the Pro Shop -- T-shirts, cotton shirts, jackets and glassware. New 9-hole Sunset League on Thursday evenings. The league is open to both men and women and all must have a handicap to play. Play begins with a shotgun start at 4PM; dinner is available afterwards at the Eagles Nest. Enjoy twilight golf and meet other residents. Sign up at the Pro Shop. Beginner’s clinics begin in June. Women’s clinics will be held on Tuesdays and men’s on Thursdays. Information sheets available online at www.lakemonticellogolf.org or at the Pro Shop. Kids Ages 5-16, Junior Golf Clinics will be held in two sessions, beginning June 2 and July 21, with instruction by club pro Mark Marshall, rated one of the top 50 US Kids Club golf pros. Plan to attend one of two pre-registration events on Sat., May 8, from 9 to 11AM or Sun., May 23, from 1 to 3PM, and pick up a goody bag to get you started. Clubs and experience not required. Information sheets and registration forms available at the Pro Shop. For more information, call 589-1503. For more information about Lake Monticello golf, check out the website at www.lakemonticellogolf.org. MOTHERS’ DAY BRUNCH BUFFET at the Ashlawn Grille, Sun., May 9, from 10:30AM to 2:30PM. Reservations are strongly recommended. Please call 591-1151. EAGLES NEST The Eagles Nest is open daily 7:30AM to 5PM. Breakfast is served daily from 7:30 to 11AM. On Saturday and Sunday, breakfast buffet is extended to 12N. Dinner: There are two opportunities each week for delicious dinners at the Eagles Nest. Meals are served from 5 to 8PM and come with house salad, bread and beverage for under $10. Monday Madness menu for May 3: Open-faced Turkey with Gravy or Chicken Picatta with capers and a lemon cream sauce. Sides: Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Red Potatoes, Honey Roasted Carrots, Country Style Green Beans Thumpin’ Thursday May 6 menu: Pesto Shrimp or Ribs. Sides: Oven Roasted Potatoes, Rice Pilaf, Fire Roasted Vegetables, Snow Peas Mother’s Day dinner, Sun., May 9, 5 to 8PM. Pork Tenderloin stuffed with button mushrooms, feta cheese & spinach; Sirloin Pinwheels stuffed with lump crabmeat, peppers & onions topped with mushroom demi glaze; Apollo Chicken stuffed with lump crabmeat and topped with a lemon cream sauce. Sides: Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Red Potatoes, Honey Roasted Carrots, Fire Roasted Vegetables. Includes salad, bread and beverage for just $12.95. “PIER JOY,” A FUNDRAISING EVENT TO BENEFIT THE COMMUNITY FISHING PIER, will be held on Sat., May 22, from 6:30 to 9:30PM in the Faulconer Room. Enjoy a fish fry buffet (other entrees available on request) and cash bar; indulge in a silent auction and raffles; listen to musical entertainment by Dick Orange; and support this new amenity, which will be constructed exclusively with donations and by volunteers. The cost is just $20 per person by advance ticket only. Seating is limited, so get your tickets now. Purchase tickets at the Administration Office or by calling Dick Bucci at 989-8990 by the deadline of May 18. For more information about the pier project or the fundraising efforts, go to http://sites.google.com/site/lmoafishingpier/. UNWANTED MEDICATIONS & SHARPS DROPOFF, Martha Jefferson Outpatient Center on Pantops, Sat., May 1, 9AM to 12N. Prescriptions and over-the-counter medications accepted. Sharps must be in puncture-proof container. Questions? Call 654-7009.

CHANNEL 10 PRESENTS Programs are shown at 9AM and 7PM daily. Through Wed., May 5: A preview of the 2010 Fluvanna Farmers’ Market at Pleasant Grove Thurs. – Wed., May 6 – 12: President Leighton Cumming and Treasurer Mike Harrison talk about the Board proposal to increase member contribution to reserve, on which members will vote in June. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS [LMOA events & activities are printed in bold type.] Sun., May 2 1PM Circle of Friends, EN Mon., May 3 8AM Aerobics, TR 9AM Duplicate Bridge, FR 9:30AM Beautification Corps, TR 12:30PM Mah Jongg for Fun, FR 1PM Sewing Circle, FR 5PM Monday Madness, EN 6PM Audit Committee, FR 7PM Chess Club, TBR Tues., May 4 8AM Environmental Control Committee, OB 8AM Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, AG 8AM Aerobics, TR 9:30AM Basket Weaving, TR 1PM Canasta, FR 1PM Casual Bridge, FR 7PM Pinochle, TGR 7:30PM Ballroom Dancing, TR 7:30PM Flotilla 88 General Meeting, FR Wed., May 5 7:30AM Rotary Club, AG 9AM Line Dancing, TR 9:30AM Ladies’ Bridge, FR 6PM Girl Scouts – Daisy Troop, TR 7PM Crafting Group, TBR 7PM Buildings, Roads, Grounds Comm., FR Thurs., May 6 8AM Aerobics, TR 10AM Ladies’ Duplicate Bridge, TGR 12:15PM Mah Jongg, FR 1PM Piecemakers, TR 5PM Thumpin’ Thursday, EN 6PM Girl Scouts, Juliettes, TGR 7PM Wildlife Management Committee, TGR 7:15PM Storm Water Management, FR Fri., May 7 8AM Aerobics, TR 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 COMMUNITY NEWS & EVENTS BINGO NIGHT HAS MOVED TO THURSDAYS: This is the last chance to make LM Fire & Rescue bingo a success or lose it entirely. Doors open at the Firehouse at 6PM, early birds start at 6:45, with $1000 jackpots and $2950 payouts for the next four weeks. For more information, call 591-1018. CHURCH YARD SALE, Sat., May 1, from 8AM to 12N at Palmyra United Methodist Church. 4TH ANNUAL PLANT SALE: Fluvanna Master Gardeners will be selling perennials, herbs and hanging baskets on Sat., May 1, from 9AM to 12N behind CVS. Proceeds support local programs. FLUVANNA COMMUNITY SINGERS spring concert, “Poetry in Music,” Sat., May 1, at 7PM and Sun., May 2, at 3PM at Carysbrook. Music from “Oliver,” “Phantom of the Opera” and other great musical works. The concert is free, a gift to the community. LADIES’ ORGANIZED TENNIS start time on Mon. and Thurs. will be 8:30AM, beginning May 3.

FLUVANNA FARMER’S MARKET will be open each Tues. from 2 to 6PM at Pleasant Grove, beginning May 4. To subscribe to the Market’s e-newsletter, email Phyllis@pratleyfarm.com. GIANT TENT SALE, Fri., May 7, from 8AM to 1PM, and Sat., May 8, 9AM to 2PM. Sponsored by Sts. Peter & Paul, St. Joseph and Nativity Churches. Clothing, house wares, furniture, electronics, books, more. Call 589-6158 or email georgekuhlow@embarqmail.com to donate or for information. FLUVANNA GARDEN CLUB FLOWER SHOW, “A Country Wedding,” will feature wedding designs and horticulture. Open at no charge Fri., May 7, from 2 to 6PM, and Sat., May 8, from 10AM to 1PM, at historic Beulah Baptist Church, Route 659 near Kents Store. YARD SALE, Sat., May 8, from 8AM to 12N at Crossroads Community Church near Zion Crossroads. For directions, call 589-6689 or go to www.ccc4mission.org. 4th ANNUAL PANCAKE EXTRAVAGANZA, Mothers’ Day, Sun., May 9, from 7:30AM to 1:30PM at the LM Firehouse. Adults, $5; kids 10 and under, $3. Tickets at the door or in advance by calling 589-2145. Sponsored by Boy Scout Troop 138. LM COMPUTER USER GROUP will meet May 13 at 7PM in the Terrace Room, with Bill Hardin from Save your Data on wireless routers and firewalls. Learn to secure your wireless connection and your PC. SPRING YARD SALE at Effort Baptist Church, Fri., May 14, from 9AM to 7PM, and Sat., May 15, from 7AM to 12N in the Family Life Center. Clothing, toys, jewelry, much more. Rain or shine. PRO SHOP: Open 7AM – 6:30PM. Carts due 30 minutes before sunset. For tee time or in inclement weather, call (434) 589-3075. For information go to the website at www.lakemonticellogolf.org. MARINA: Open 10AM to 6PM daily, selling plus grade gasoline for cars and boats, ice, bait, propane. For information, call (434) 5891692. LEAF DISPOSAL SITE inside the fenced area at Tufton Lake is open from 7AM to 7PM daily for leaves only. Dumping of trees, branches, brush, other yard waste or trash of any kind is not permitted. EAGLES NEST: Open daily, 7AM to 5PM. Monday Madness and Thumpin’ Thursday, 5PM each week. Chair lift available. To-go orders, call 589-3512. For information or to schedule a meeting or other event, ask for or email Jet Thompson, Manager, at email Jet.EaglesNest@gmail.com. ASHLAWN GRILLE: Open Tues. – Sat. 4:30-9PM, and for Sunday brunch from 10:30AM to 2PM in the Clubhouse. For information, call (434) 591-1151. HORSESHOES, Mon., Tues., Wed. at 1PM at Ashlawn Pits for anyone over 18 years. For information call 589-4225. ORGANIZED TENNIS,: Ladies’ tennis – Mon. & Thurs. at 8:30AM; men’s tennis – Tues., Wed., Fri., and mixed tennis -- Sat. at 9AM. The Friday Flyer is an official weekly publication of the Lake Monticello Owners’ Association. It communicates matters of general interest and presents information on policies, procedures, activities and events. The editorial staff is responsible for content based on guidelines set forth in policy. Deadline for submission of announcements and news is 5PM on Wednesday, unless otherwise announced. Email announcements to palexander@lmoa.org or drop off at the Administration Office. Submission does not guarantee publication. The Friday Flyer is available at 15 locations around the community, online at www.lmoa.org and on cable TV channel 14 for your convenience. For more information, call (434) 589-8263, extension 111.

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