Monthly Newsletter September 2006
From the President…
Fall is upon us as school is back in session and football season starts in earnest the first of September. It will not be long until we see a return to cool evenings. Make sure to get out and enjoy the outdoors during this time of year.
Our Interior Design team for the new clubhouse has been hard
at work this summer developing a design for our kitchen renovation. I want to thank Joyce Caldwell, Evelyn Akin, Ann
Fitzgerald, Judie Ebert and
A “new look” in the old clubhouse.
You might notice some work has started on the new Manning property development. Orange barricade fencing has been put in place around areas not to be disturbed during construction, mostly areas around the existing home and the area behind the Lee’s Crossing front entrance sign. A recent update from the developer said the developments have been named – the large development adjacent to Lee’s Crossing will be named Rockford Township and the smaller development across the street will be Rockford Commons. The developer expects work to begin on Rockford Commons in about 30 days.
The Board has called a Homeowner’s Forum for Thursday, October 12th in the clubhouse at . The preliminary 2007 LCHA budget will be reviewed, and there will be a time to address concerns and issues of homeowners. I encourage each homeowner to mark your calendar and plan on attending to be informed about the activities in your community.
As always, I welcome your input and comments.
Around the Neighborhood
Garbage/Brush Pickup for Labor Day Week
Here is the garbage/brush pickup schedule for the week of September 4
Monday & Thursday Pick-Up Days Will Change To Tuesday
No Brush /Yard Waste Pick Up
Newspapers Will Be Picked Up On Your Last Day Of Your Garbage Pick-Up (Either Thursday Or Friday)
Delayed One Day All Week
For the full year’s holiday schedule, go to: www.mariettaga.gov/pw/holiday_sched.htm
LABOR DAY EVENTS
Get ready for tennis round robin in the morning (see below for details) followed by poolside cookout around . We'll have burgers, dogs, beer, wine, soft drinks, and music. We’ll also have a volleyball tournament starting around . You can form your own team or just show up. Bring your energy as well as your hunger and thirst...they will all be satisfied!
LABOR DAY TENNIS MIXER
As part of Labor Day festivities we are going to hold a tennis mixer from to . We will take the first 24 players ages 16 and up who wish to play and meet some of their neighbors. You don't have to be a great player, so don't be shy about signing up. We will provide Gatorade and water, and there will be several prizes awarded.
To sign up, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will take walk up players until that day if we haven't reached 24 by then. Don't put it off and miss the fun.
From Our Social Director…
Hi there neighbors, we're done with the summer and into the next season. I always meet so many new residents during the summer. Please find ways to reach out and chip in around Lee's Crossing. If you're new and want to meet more people or help out...there's always a need. It seems most of us figure someone else is handling it. Often, it's the same dedicated folks that have been doing it for years. Chip in! You could help with a social function, be on the Board, help with tennis, help with the newsletter, or help decorate front entrance at Christmas. Get involved...it's fun and very appreciated. I want to say thank you to all of you who've helped me with social functions this year. It really is a group effort and spreads the responsibilities so no one burns out. Just wait till you see!
I write this before the Labor Day party, but I'm confident it'll be a great success! Sandy Wilson and Suzie McClure are doing everything to organize and cook for this party. Please tell them thank you! I thank you immensely!
The Pfeiffers organized the tennis mixer...what fun! Shall we do another one in the spring? Talk to Beth or Gordon.
Beth Garrett rallies all to volleyball. Who misses more regular volleyball? Talk to Beth.
Look forward to the Halloween parade (probably on Sunday, October 29th in the afternoon). Last year was fun....very creative kids!
PREPARE FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY!! Last year was so wonderful. Beth Garrett hopes to bring components of that success here to our beautiful, big new clubhouse. I hope to have live music again (maybe even the same band), plus our own bar and a mock casino night with fabulous prizes. If you'll have friends or family with you, invite them. THIS WILL BE THE
BEST NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY AT THE BEST PRICE IN TOWN. (And you can walk home!!) Seats will be limited.
Janet, thank YOU for all you do to make the social events happen!!
It is time for a new neighborhood directory. In early September, you should receive an "information sheet" which lists the data we have from your home. You can make any corrections for the new directory and then send it back. Instructions will be on the sheet, and it will also serve as an order form even if all of the data is correct. Send an email to email@example.com if you don't have one by September 15th.
Newsletter by E-Mail
If you would like to get your copy of the Newsletter via e-mail rather than hard copy, please
e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
If you choose e-mail delivery, we will notify your stringer to discontinue leaving a newsletter in your mailbox. Your copy will be e-mailed to you each month when the newsletter is ready for distribution.
Outdoor water use restrictions in effect in
The city of
Marietta is requesting residents and businesses observe water restrictions set
by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources that ban outdoor water use from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays through Thursdays. No outdoor water use is permitted on Fridays. Outdoor water use is
allowed during non-banned hours on scheduled days as follows:
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday: even numbered or unnumbered addresses may water from 12: and from until .
Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday: odd numbered addresses may water from 12: and from until .
For more information, call 770-794-5229.
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 email@example.com. We will publish these in upcoming newsletters as a service to the neighborhood.
Twin size bed frame, box spring and mattress. Call Janet at 770-427-1502
Two days a week from until - days would flex from week to week. Two children 3 months and 2 years old. Call Terri at 770-427-1988.
TUTORING IN LEE'S CROSSING
Tutoring will again be available
this Fall for brush-up, reinforcement, review, homework help, test preparation,
or just extra practice in all elementary subjects. I have times available
after school, evenings and daytime hours for home-schoolers. I have
been an elementary school teacher and tutor in
S.A.T. WRITING SECTION Tutoring available
Individual and group sessions. For more information contact
Kate McConnaughey, English Department Chair, The Walker School at
I am a senior at The Walker School and am often available at short notice. Evenings preferred. Elizabeth McConnaughey 770- 427-2732 or 404-210-1373.
Come scrapbook with your neighbors on the second Friday of
each month at the clubhouse. Bring your pictures and your supplies; we'll
have plenty of tables set up for you to work at. There is no charge and
the sole purpose is to meet new people and to have uninterrupted time to work
on your albums. Questions? Call
I am 19 years old and have lots of experience. Brittany Funk 770-421-9620 or 404-725-1758
Pressure Washing, Grass Cutting, and Hedge Trimming services available. Call Jeffrey Trevathan at 770-528-9052
INTERESTED IN A CARPOOL?
If you live in Lee's Crossing and have a child attending the Marietta Charter School, you may be interested in starting a carpool or shuttle from our neighborhood to and/or from these schools. Please contact Beth Garrett for more information. 770-425-8970 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: When submitting classified ads, please make sure to submit contact information as well as how long you would like for the classified to run (i.e., one issue, two issues, etc.). Thanks.
Calendar of Events
Around the Neighborhood and Around Town
September 4 Pool Closing Party
See details on page 2 of newsletter
September 14 Board Meeting
October 14 Homeowner’s Forum in the Clubhouse
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is calling all dancers!!!
The season begins September 5th and runs through May. Classes are held weekly, 1 hour in length, and in the church dance studio. We have a wonderful recital at the end of the year to showcase all we have learned. (Adults – Don’t panic! We will not make you dance on stage unless you want to.)
Call me with any questions you may have about the program. You can pull up a copy of the brochure by going to the website for First Marietta at www.mariettafumc.org, click on “ministries, then on “music, drama, dance, scroll down to find “dance”.
Parent’s Day Out
Do you need some extra time to run errands without the kids, or do you just need a little extra time for yourself? If so, then St. James' Parents' Day Out is the program for you! We offer a clean, safe, loving environment where children ages 12 months - 5 years can play together and
have fun. And starting Sept. 5th we will be opening a BABY ROOM for babies 3 months - 12 months. Our hours are 9-2 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. If you want more information on our wonderful program call Catherine @ 770-428-9961 or check out our website @ stjamesmarietta.com.
Neighborhood Business Spotlight
This section is dedicated to helping each of us in Lee’s Crossing get to know our neighbors a little better. Many of you are independent business people or work for companies that others of us would be interested in supporting – we just need to know about what you do and how to get in touch with you.
If you would like to advertise your business, please send us a BRIEF paragraph giving pertinent information about your company along with contact information. Submissions will printed first come - first serve each month, based on space. Competitors will not be published in the same month. Send your information to email@example.com.
This month’s features:
Peachy Clean Window is owner operated by Stacey Lawson and has been in business for over nine years. The services offered include:
Pressure Washing - houses, driveways, decks, sidewalks, around pool areas and cleaning roofs.
Window cleaning - inside and out
Gutter Cleaning - by hand and proper removal of the gutter debris.
Special Prices for Lee’s Crossing Residents
$85 Gutter Cleaning Special
$129 House Pressure Washing Special
Contact us at 404-51CLEAN (404-512-5326)
Joe Garrett, a 13 year Lee's Crossing neighbor, has joined the sales team at Academy Roofing. This is the most respected roofing company in the Southeast and Joe would welcome the opportunity to evaluate your roofing needs. He is trained to recognize hail and wind damage and can assist you in having your insurance company cover the replacement cost of a new roof.
Please call him at 770-426-1131 and be sure to ask for Joe.
Janet Duncan (yes I'm still your neighborhood Social Director). After 7 years of working mostly as a fill-in
chiropractor, I'm starting back to building up another chiropractic practice. I've worked in the busiest family/pediatric practice
($175 VALUE and your out of pocket expense: only $50) expires
Exam and Surface EMG (a safe, pain-free tool used to check muscle activity around the spine.)
Thermal Scan (a safe, pain-free tool used to check autonomic nerve involvement around the spine.)
Up to 2 Xrays (if needed) and Report of Findings with the doctor.
Give yourself and your loved ones a gift of health. Discover family wellness through chiropractic!
DR. JANET DUNCAN Sandy Plains Chiropractic Clinic Insurance accepted
Massage therapist , cold laser, bio-cleanse and nutritionals available
This is your opportunity to recommend a business to your neighbors. If you know of someone that does a good job, please send us a SHORT testimonial that we can share.
Co-operative Exterminating has donated pest and termite
control services for our clubhouse for a number of years.
Co-operative is owned by our good Lee's Crossing neighbors, Yvonne and Rick
Caddell. It has been in business for over 35 years and is located at
Bill Dickman, at
Bill also recommends D & D Appliances 770-516-0367 for installation & repair.
Deadline for submissions for the October Newsletter is September 25. Please send newsletter information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For on-line edition, go to www.leescrossingmariettaga.com
Newsletter Editor: Angelia Trevathan: e-mail to: email@example.com Phone: 770-528-9052
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, new number placard call Tom McBrayer at 770-427-8057, or paint call Noel Follrath at 770-426-0623.
Clubhouse Rental: Debbie Kelleher 678-354-7042
Erroll Eckford, President 770-421-9738 Kevin Brown, Director – External 770-528-9094
Steve Young, Secretary 770-423-0905 Jim Martin, Director 770-420-3484
Rob Ottley, Treasurer 770-424-4188 Walt Walker, Director - Swim/Tennis Liaison
Noel Follrath, Director – at large 770-423-0623 Covenant Enforcement
1214 Meadowmist Way Walt Walker & Noel Follrath
Association Management Services
Board Email: firstname.lastname@example.org