I hope this letter finds you and your family is doing well.
As you may have noticed, there has been a lot of police presence monitoring traffic at the front of the neighborhood. At the last Board meeting we had another discussion about resident safety and speeding traffic through the neighborhood. We have arranged for a Town Hall meeting with Griff Chalfant (our city councilman), the Marietta Police Commander for Lee’s Crossing and the Marietta City Engineer on October 9, at 7:00 PM at the Clubhouse. We invite you to attend this meeting for a discussion about this situation and what might be done to reduce speeding in the neighborhood. Speeders are not only from inside the neighborhood, but from outside where they are beyond the reach of any communication the Board can provide.
After this Town Hall meeting was arranged, I hate to report that there was a single car accident on Sep 26th coming down the hill at the stop sign on Lee’s Trace and Chestnut Hill Circle. A young man lost control of his vehicle, crossed over two front yards and crashed into a tree. It was reported to me that the young man was shaken up pretty badly with possible broken ribs. I have not heard any more about who the young man is or his condition, but we hope his injuries are not to serious. The car was heavily damaged if not totaled. There are young boys that play in the front yard of this home, and luckily they were not out there the day of the accident.
This kind of accident is what we have been hoping to prevent with the warnings in the newsletter. We know that the messages are not getting to everyone, but we hope people are discussing this with neighbors. I know many residents along Lee’s Trace and Trailwood are talking because of their communications back to the Board. These residents are witness to endless speeding in front of their homes. I hope we have a good turnout for the Town Hall meeting and have a constructive discussion about what options we have to resolve this problem.
On another note, I want to share with you what happened with the lightning strike we had back in August that took out a tree by the clubhouse and damaged the well pump, sprinkler controls and wiring to a bank of tennis court lights. One of our life guards was close to the strike and was knocked down but not injured. The strike was from a storm with infrequent lighting and not overhead. Even though the pool is closed for the season, keep this in mind for next season when the lifeguards have swimmers get out of the pool even if lighting/thunder seems far off. All of the damage has been repaired, including replacing the tree. Our claim with the insurance company has covered this expense with the exception of our deductible.
Don’t hesitate to contact me or any Board member for concerns or questions. You can also send a note to Leescrossing@comcast.net for questions you may have.
Around the Neighborhood
CALLING ALL TENNIS PLAYERS!!!! On Saturday, November 3rd, the Lee's Crossing Thursday Women's team will host a Mixed Doubles charity round robin. The BounceNBack Charity Tennis Tournament and Silent Auction will be held at Marietta High School in honor of their coach and friend, Eric Highsmith, who is battling Hepatitis C. Please go to www.bouncenback.com for more information and to download a registration form. If you would like to donate an auction item or have any further questions, you may contact Diane Edwards at 770-575-0445 or Beth Garrett at 404-944-0578.
Hunting and Firearms in Georgia
Did you know that to hunt unsupervised in Georgia you must have passed the Georgia Hunter Safety course, which is required to buy a license? That course, taught by state-certified instructors, will be offered free, at our Clubhouse, in August and October of this year.
Stressing firearm safety, this highly successful course will be offered as a two-night session taught by instructors, and a one-night session preceded by the student completing an on-line course. Both types include the Final Exam, proctored by the Instructors. No functional firearms will be present, and the course is an excellent Firearms Safety course, whether you ever intend to hunt or not.
You must pre-register – The class, which is open to all, has limited seating. Go on the Internet to: http://georgiawildlife.dnr.state.ga.us for details and free registration. The student will be asked for their SSAN, to be entered in the State’s secure database. If further details are desired, contact Ken Lowman at 770-426-8255.
If you have any questions or need to book the clubhouse, please call or e-mail Tricia Wilson at 770-428-8144 or email@example.com. In an effort to keep our Clubhouse clean and in the best condition, the rental deposit has increased to $250. However, if you return the clubhouse after rental in its best condition, the entire deposit will be returned.
2nd Annual Lee’s Crossing
2nd Annual Lee’s Crossing
Family fun event!
4 to 7 PM
In the parking lot at the Clubhouse
Featuring: Root Beer for the kids Brats and hot dogs Sauerkraut Soft Pretzels, Strudel A variety of German beer Apple beer, domestic beer and more!
Root Beer for the kids
Brats and hot dogs
Soft Pretzels, Strudel
A variety of German beer
Apple beer, domestic beer
Have your picture
taken in this stand up photo display!
Have your picture taken in this stand up photo display!
German theme music, fun games for families and kids.
BUNCO FOR THE LADIES!!!!!
TUESDAY OCTOBER 16th
7:00 – 9:00 AT THE CLUBHOUSE
BUNCO IS A SOCIAL DICE GAME THAT INVOLVES LUCK AND ABSOLUTELY NO SKILLS AT ALL
WE GIVE OUT PRIZES
WE ENJOY SOCIALIZING WITH OUR NEIGHBORS
EACH LADY BRINGS A SNACK TO SHARE
WE MEET SEVERAL TIMES THROUGH-OUT THE YEAR
WE HAVE A GROWING GROUP- COME JOIN US
RSVP TO RRSHUNTER@HOTMAIL.COM or (678) 643-4186
Greg Amaden Lee’s Trace 770-429-9264
James Belrose Lees Trace 770-794-9897
Melissa Drehs Lee’s Trace 216-392-1424
Brenda Fairbanks Trailwood Lane 678-290-4810
Angela G. Ford Lee’s Trace 678-234-7430
David Hardy Harrowgrove Court 770-427-6319
Carolyn Richardson Cedar Branch Court 770-427-9900
Cecilia E. White Trailwood Lane 678-797-6209
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.
CLASSIFIED SUBMISSIONS: When submitting a classified ad, please use the format being used for the ads listed below. Pictures will not be printed. Please make sure to include contact information and state how long you wish the article to run. All submissions will run ONE MONTH unless otherwise requested.
Fall Yard Clean-Up
Get your yard ready for winter! I am involved in the First Presbyterian youth group and I have a passion for missions! I am seeking to earn money for a Spring Break mission trip in April, 2013. I can do general yard maintenance which includes mowing, leaf blowing, rake/bag leaves, remove yard debris, prune shrubs, weed, or clean out flower beds. We charge by the job and use our own equipment. Available weekday afternoons after 5:00 p.m., early evenings, or weekends. Appointment only: please contact Brad Schiebel, home 770-426-8930.
1146 Cedar Branch Court. Friday, October 19 8:00am - 3:00pm and Saturday, October 20 from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm . Twin beds, King bedroom suit, dining room table and hutch, gigantic tvs, couches, rugs, books, movies, games, trinkets, tools ... all manner of wonderful treasure priced from .25 cents to $3000. Sale is INSIDE so park in the cul-de-sac and come on in. For photos, visit www.leescrossingsale.blogspot.com.
Need a Facelift for Your Furniture!
Do you have a sofa that you love but don't like the stains? Found a great piece at the second hand shop and need a total redo. My name is Paula Leak of The Ultimate ReUp of L&L Services (588 Lees Trace). Whether you're replacing the fabric for a new look or re-purposing an old piece of furniture to save the earth, call me. My services also include assistance with selecting the right type of fabric for your furniture. For a quote, call me at 770-853-1602.
Are you Turning 65 Soon?
Are you on Medicare? Are you confused? I can help. Please call me, Al Schiebel at 404-256-2171or e-mail me at email@example.com.
Schiebel & Associates, LLC d/b/a Shopbenefits.com
Lees Crossing Calendar of Neighborhood Events
October 16 @ Clubhouse
7:00 – 9:00
October 20 - Family fun
New Year’s Eve Party - Adults Only
Watch Upcoming Newsletters for Details
Calendar of Events – October
These events are from the City of Marietta calendar. For more information on any of these events, go to www.mariettaga.gov, click on the city calendar and follow the link to the desired event.
Neighborhood Business Spotlight
If you would like to tell your neighbors about your business or recommend someone else’s -business, please send us a BRIEF paragraph giving pertinent information along with contact information. Submissions will printed first come – first serve each month, based on space. Send your information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: Please keep descriptions to ONE SHORT paragraph in WORD format. Do not send brochures, flyers or pictures as they will not be published. ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST BE SENT TO EITHER email@example.com or to firstname.lastname@example.org. NO SUCCESSIVE MONTHS.
Trevor and Rebecca Jordan recommend Brandon Allen and BA Haul Away for all your dirty work! BA Haul Away's services range from cleaning up your yard debris to cleaning out your attic. Reasonable and thorough and will get the job done! Visit their website at www.bahaulaway.com or call Brandon for an estimate: 678-858-3002.
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DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS for the November Newsletter is October 28. Any submissions after this date cannot be guaranteed inclusion.
Newsletter Editor: Angelia Trevathan e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The LCHA Newsletter and Website are published and maintained for the benefit of Lee’s Crossing homeowners. The purpose of the Newsletter and the Website is to promote Lee’s Crossing and to provide our homeowners with information regarding Lee’s Crossing activities and related issues. The homeowners have entrusted the LCHA Board of Directors with the obligation and right to ensure content conforms to this purpose. As such, articles or advertising endorsing political positions or candidates or other subject matter the Board deems to be divisive, offensive or inappropriate in nature will not be published or posted. All appropriate content is welcomed and encouraged as a means of furthering awareness and communication within our neighborhood.
Mailbox Repair: If you need a new post call Bob Schoonover at 770-422-8774. Contact Cindi Filer at 404-518-5809 for mailbox post paint.
Clubhouse Rental: Call Tricia Wilson at 770-428-8144 or e-mail email@example.com
Neighborhood Directories: Soft copies of the Neighborhood Directory are available in PDF format. Send request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Clubhouse WiFi network Name/Password: lcswimtennis
Brad Herr, President 770-499-9354 Walt Walker 770-428-4755
603 Briarmeade Drive 1060 Foreststone Way
Joe Fenton, Secretary 678-581-0033 Erroll Eckford, ACC Chair 404-226-0088
1068 Foreststone Way 656 Trailwood Lane
Kevin Brown, Director – Social Activities Angela Ford, Treasurer 678-234-7430
770-218-5965 521 Lee’s Trace
1205 Fielding Court
Jim Martin, Director – At Large 770-420-3484 Covenant Enforcement
1139 Chestnut Hill Circle David Waldrep
Board Email: email@example.com