From the President:
The Association has terminated our relationship with Community One as property manager. By agreement, the termination was to be effective as of the end of July. Community One just informed us, however, that the person in charge of our account was not going to be available during much of July and asked for a termination as of June 30.
The Association expects to have a new professional manager under contract as of August 1. Our goal is to have thorough and consistent enforcement of the covenants, with prompt attention to communication with residents. We are mindful that the overall objective is to maximize property values and enjoyment of all residents. Until the new manager is on board, please direct your questions and requests for approval to Erroll Eckford, our Director in charge of architectural controls.
Our recent dive in pool party was a great success with approximately 125 residents in attendance. We look forward to additional such evenings. Thanks to Beth Garrett for making the event enjoyable for all.
The Board would like to recognize the recent honor bestowed
upon one of our fellow residents. Ed Wilson is an inductee into the Marietta
City Schools Athletic Hall of Fame. Eddie was a multi sport athlete at
I hope your summer is going well.
Around the Neighborhood
Fourth of July Poolside
Your neighborhood social committee will be sure that the grills at the pool are filled with propane if you want to grill your own.
We will be providing soda, beer, chips, cookies and watermelon from 1:00PM through 3:00PM
Be sure to book the clubhouse early for any summer parties you are planning! Call Debbie Kelleher at 678 354 7042
Our first DIVE IN Movie went well!! About 125 people
enjoyed popcorn and socializing poolside while watching National Treasure II on a big movie screen. What
fun! KEEP YOUR EYE OUT FOR THE NEXT ONE! Thank you to the
July 4th is coming up, and although we're not providing the meat, we'll have some "fixins" and your drinks. I encourage you to come grill on your own poolside at lunch that day. Any social committee members or friendly neighborhood helpers that want to chip in a hand with serving or cleanup are welcome: thanks.
I've had an opportunity to meet some new neighbors at the pool. I encourage all the seasoned Lee's crossing friends to reach out to individuals or couples that seem to be alone at an event or the pool and introduce yourselves...they may be newbies!! Lets help everyone feel welcome.
Lost Cat – Reward!
Please help us find our lost family member, “Butters”. He is an orange tabby (orange stripes) with yellow eyes, and is declawed (front paws). Please check about your home if you have areas (fences, decks, basements, playhouses) that a curious cat may wander into. He likes to play with water and is friendly but shy. Our pet recovery expert indicates that there is no evidence of a coyote attack, so please don’t give up! Please call Marilyn anytime 24/7 at 404-932-0799 or 770-429-0668 if you have seen him. There is a SUBSTANTIAL REWARD if you find him.
Welcome New Neighbors
Shelley Bartholomew 620 Trailwood Lane
Jordon Watts 966
Greg Amaden Lee’s Trace 770-429-9264
Angela G. Ford Lee’s Trace 678-234-7430
David Hardy Harrowgrove Court 770-427-6319
Angelia Trevathan Basil Court 770-528-9052
If you are a Notary and are willing to help out your neighbors, please send your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will publish these in upcoming newsletters as a service to the neighborhood.
Trash pickups the week of July 4 will be on Tuesday and Thursday. There is no brush pickup scheduled. Recycling pickup will be on Saturday.
Adorable matching Graco High Chair and Infant Swing; navy and sage green teddy bear pattern; excellent, almost new condition; have original owner’s manual for both; high chair has extra tray cover, safety harness, and locks on all four wheels. Swing has 6-speeds, safety harness, timer feature and a wonderful 10-song musical setting. Original cost for both – over $200.00. Asking $60.00 for the matching pair. Call 770-514-9722.
White, metal day bed with trundle and both mattresses. $200 or best offer. Daybed bedding- lavender with pink and blue butterflies- includes sheets, pillow cases, spread and dust ruffle. $25 or best offer. Lisa @ 770-919-2691 or email@example.com. Pictures via email are available.
Xbox with nine games and four controllers (two which are wireless). The asking price is $100. Contact Yecart Brundidge 404-610-0778.
2 matching Thomasville Queen Ann wing chairs, one with footstool, light blue in fine condition, original cost $1,100 each, both for $350 or one for $200. Contact Bob or Yolanda @ 770/426-7371
Large contemporary styled glass coffee table with two matching side tables. Each table sits on a brass base. All tables in good shape, but not ideal for little kids. $75 or best offer. If interested, please call Anne at 770.722.8826.
Baby Crib with light stained wood. Mattress also included. It is in great condition. We have a dust ruffle for the crib if interested. $50 or OBO. Please contact Mary Smith at 770-429-1705 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children's Items in Good Condition -- Lego Table, Peg Perego high chair w/wheels, walker, Childcraft white crib w/mattress, stroller, infant carrier/car seat, toys and many more items. Everything priced to sell! Please contact Michele/Bob at770-499-1152 or email@example.com if interested.
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7-4 10:00 - Dark Fourth on the Square
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The Power of the Acai Berry – Nature’s Multi-Vitamin: MonaVie
The Acai Berry is
nature’s multi-vitamin and phytonutrient food source that has been prized in
MonaVie is just a food and makes no medical claims, but many of our friends have experienced amazing changes from the Acai Berry and MonaVie, including: Better Sleep, Increased Energy, Reduced Inflammation, Reduced Joint Pain, Reduced Back Pain, Faster Muscle Recovery, Better Insulin Regulation, Reduced Food Cravings, Weight Loss, Improved Vision, Better Memory, Better Digestive Regulation, Improved Acid Reflux, Reduced Bad Breath, Improved Circulation, Improved Gums, Better Skin Tone, Stronger Hair and Nails, Reduced Cholesterol, Improved Blood Pressure, Better Overall Health!!!
The Fruits of Monavie: Acai Berry, Pomegranate, White grape, Nashi Pear, Acerola, Pear, Aronia, Purple Grape, Cranberry, Passionfruit, Banana, Apricot, Prune, Kiwi, Blueberry, Bilberry, Camu Camu, Wolfberry & Lychee.
Call Denise or David Brackett, 770-528-9547, if you are interested in trying MonaVie
Vic and Donna Slider would like to recommend Valerie Wilson for Housekeeping. She has cleaned our house for over 18 years. Valerie and her team of 2 sisters do a fantastic job and are very trustworthy. Valerie’s telephone number is 770-684-1758.
Debbie Kelleher recommends our neighbor -Peachy Clean for your window cleaning, gutter cleaning or pressure washing. Just call 770-244-2929
Beth Garrett would like to recommend Jeff Broadhurst of Jeff’s DJ Service. He has great music at affordable prices and has done several parties at our clubhouse. He can be reached at (404) 734-7970 or JEFFSDJSERVICE@COMCAST.NET
Richard and Beth Mitchell recommend Sara Rose’s book “My Blue Violets”. There will be a book signing at A Cup of the Word on July 19th, from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m
Lynn Gregory would again like to recommend Bubbalini's. It is Family owned & operated white table cloth restaurant that is reasonably priced.It’s nice having a restaurant of this caliber so close. If you haven’t tried it you should. 678-595-7770
From George and Cathy Turner
As a Lee Crossing homeowner for 23 years, we have had our share of service companies perform various tasks with various results; as I am sure any homeowner can understand; good help can be hard to find.
This past March our home suffered storm damage from a fallen tree limb. The damage was extensive and our homeowner’s insurance was faithful (ALLSTATE). However, this letter is to recognize the service company that met our ever need. By the way, the company owner is a resident as well.
From our first meeting, they kept their word. We could always rely on them to return phone calls, make reasonable bids and prepare insurance requests. The workers were always trustworthy and mannerly, but most of all, they completed the main jobs in a timely manner. Our satisfaction was of the utmost importance. So often relationships in the service industry start properly, but end less than satisfactorily.
From the beginning, Ocampo Painting and More made every effort to transform an arduous ordeal into a simple act of returning our damaged home back to its cherished state. I believe in giving credit where credit is due, and I owe Ocampo Painting and More an abundance of gratitude.
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Mailbox Repair: If you need a new post call Bob Schoonover at 770-422-8774. New number placards or paint may be obtained by calling Tom McBrayer at 770-427-8057.
Clubhouse Rental: Debbie Kelleher 678-354-7042
Walt Walker, President 770-428-4755 Jim Martin, Vice-President 770-420-3484
Steve Young, Secretary 770-423-0905 Erroll Eckford, ACC Chair 770-421-9738
380 Baskin Drive 656 Trailwood Lane
Kevin Brown, Director – Social Activities Noel Follrath, Treasurer 770-423-0623
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